• President

    Alfonso Bullón de Mendoza y Gómez de Valugera

    President of the Association of Catholic Propagandists and the CEU San Pablo University Foundation. PhD in History from the Complutense University of Madrid and Chair of Contemporary History at the CEU San Pablo University. He is Corresponding Academician of the Royal Academy of History, the Portuguese Academy of History and the Seville Royal Academy of Arts and Humanities. Director of Aportes, Contemporary History Review. Since 2009, he has been Director of the CEU Institute of Historical Studies. Author of numerous publications on the history of Carlism, the 2nd Republic and the Spanish Civil War. He has held the posts of Vice chancellor the CEU Cardinal Herrera University of Valencia and the CEU San Pablo University of Madrid. He was coordinator for the Area of Sciences, Literature and Thought for Madrid Capital of Culture 1992, and of the History Department for the Summer Courses at the Complutense University of Madrid in El Escorial (1992-1996).
  • Director

    Elio A. Gallego García

    Professor of Legal Theory and Philosophy at CEU San Pablo University. His work in the study of political philosophy and law has led him fundamentally to a new reading and updating of classical political thought and legal tradition in general. In addition to articles and chapters contributed to works written in conjunction with other writers, he has written a significant number of monographs and essays, among other subjects, on classical wisdom and political freedom (Ciudadela 2009); Common law. The legal and political thought of Sir Eduard Coke (Ediciones Encuento 2012); Reason and authority. Hobbes and the breakdown of western tradition l (CEPC, 2016); Representation and power. An attempt at clarification (Dykinson, 2017); State of Dissolution. Europe and its destiny in the thought of Donoso Cortés (Sekotia, 2017); Idea of a patriot king for the reconstitution of Spain (Schedas, 2020); The shape of freedom in Western political tradition (Dykinson, 2021).
  • Chief Executive Officer

    Fernando Nistal González

    Professor of Journalistic Writing, Ethics and Deontology at the CEU San Pablo University in Madrid. Doctor in Journalism from the same University, he has also a certified facilitator of the "Leadership Essentials" program, by the Centre for Creative Leadership (CCL). Since 2016, he is a professor in the Degree on Values and Leadership and, in the Postgraduate on Transformative Skills and Leadership. Currently, he is the coordinator of the Leadership and Civic Commitment course. He has always combined teaching with different management and communications responsibilities at the university San Pablo CEU. He has also been responsible of the academic secretary of the International Observatory of Victims of Terrorism and, more recently, head of External Communications of the San Pablo CEU University Foundation.
  • Communication and Events Coordinator
    Academic Secretary

    Paloma Corbí Cuenca

    Graduated in Journalism and Audiovisual Communication from the CEU San Pablo University in Madrid, where she obtained an extraordinary degree award in Audiovisual Communication. She has worked at the television production company Newtral where she worked as a journalist in the program ¿Donde estabas entonces? of LaSexta and in the documentary “Un sueño real” of HBO. Since December 2016, she has been collaborating with COPE's "A Grandes Trazos" program. She graduated from the first promotion of the Leadership and Civic Commitment Course of CEU-CEFAS. She is a member of the management team of Colegio Mayor Poveda with tutoring tasks, organization of activities and management of social networks.
  • Head of International Relations for America

    Eduardo Puig de la Bellacasa

    Graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Politics, Economics and Law from the University of Buckingham in the United Kingdom. Master's degree in Western European Politics and Governments from the London School of Economics and Political Sciences. Much of his professional career has been developed at the Telefónica company as manager of Corporate Telecommunications Regulation, director of Institutional Relations, director of Relations with interest groups and Public-Private Alliances, director of Corporate Reporting and Reputation and director of Reputation, Relations with Stakeholders and Sustainability Communication. In addition, he has also worked for Telefónica de Brazil (Sao Paulo) as head of the Telecommunications Regulation project He has also worked as an analyst of mergers and acquisitions at N.M. Rothschild & Sons (United Kingdom), for Latin America, Spain and Portugal. In recent years he has been director of the Sustainability Hub at Schiller International University, Senior Adviser at Herbert Smith Freehills and Connecting Advisor at the consulting firm Connecting Visions.
  • International Area | America

    María San Gil Noain

    Graduate in Trilingual Biblical Philology from the Pontificial University of Salamanca. She has worked extensively in the political sphere in her native land, the Basque Country as Deputy Mayor of San Sebastian City Council (1999-2002), President of the Basque Partido Popular (2004-2008) and Member of the Basque Parliament (2005-2008). She has been vice-president of the Villacisneros Foundation and promoter of NEOS.
  • Head of Strategy and Communication, Education and Programs

    Pablo Rodríguez Sierra

    Professor of Strategic Marketing and Marketing Basics at the CEU San Pablo University Madrid. Degree in Economics from the Autonomous University of Madrid, PhD in Communications from the Complutense University of Madrid, Executive MBA from the School of Industrial Organisation. Alongside his appointment as a university professor, he has also occupied the post of Head of Marketing at the Fundación Universitaria San Pablo CEU. His other appointments include Head of Digital Marketing at UNIR, Director of Publications for the Intereconomía Group, and consultant at INDRA and Arthur Andersen.
  • Operational Coordinator

    Laura Isabel Perdomo Jaramillo

    Bachelor’s Degree in philosophy from the Catholic University Andres Bellido in Venezuela and Baccalaureate in Philosophy from the Pontifical Salesian University of Rome. She has been a university professor in modern and contemporary philosophy and logic.
  • Head of International Relations

    Jorge Soley Climent

    Economist, President of European Dignity Watch and Director General of Expresso Bibliográfico. Expert in the world of think tanks and political influence, he is associate professor at the department of Financial Management at IESE Business School, and member of the Center for European Renewal Trust.
  • Head of "Law and Liberty” - Spain

    Diego Vigil de Quiñones Otero

    Bachelor of Law and PhD from the Complutense University of Madrid. Member of the Property, Mercantile and Real Estate Registers College. Corresponding member of the Royal Academy of Jurisprudence and Legislation. Trustee and Deputy Director of Studies of the Real Estate Registry Foundation. Trustee and Academic Tutor of the Colegio Mayor Universitario de San Pablo. Author of more than thirty publications, he has been a Professor at the Complutense University of Madrid, the University of Zaragoza and the University of A Coruña. He is also the author of numerous collaborations in the press, and President of the civic associations Qveremos and Concurrentia, as well as a member of eCristians and the ACdP (Association of Catholic Propagandists).
  • Head of Studies and Social Analysis

    Gonzalo Sanz-Magallón Rezusta

    Doctor in Economics from the San Pablo CEU University since 1998, where he is currently a professor in the Department of Economics as well as Academic Secretary of the Centre for Political Economy and Regulation. He is been recognized as Researcher by the CNAE (Spanish Ministry of Education). He has been a Visiting Professor and lecturer in different foreign universities. He has been the principal investigator of nearly 40 projects carried out for public administrations, business associations and private investors, on different topics, such as the economic impact of plant biotechnology, the improvement of water resource management, regional competitiveness trends, and educational policies. Among his most recent scientific publications, are those analysing the contribution of non-public educational centres in improving the quality, efficiency and equality of the Spanish educational system.
  • Publishing Editor

    Manuel M.C. Vieira da Cruz

    Book editor in Spain and Portugal since 1988. Bachelor’s Degree in international Relations and a master’s degree in Government and organizational Culture. He has been publishing editor of the Chair Félix Huarte in Aesthetics and Contemporary Art at the University of Navarra and is a member of the research group of the Spanish Siglo de Oro (GRISO).