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Edith Guerrero

Staff Analyst

Edith Guerrero serves as Wireless Reach™ staff analyst within Qualcomm’s Government Affairs department. Qualcomm believes access to 3G and next-generation mobile technologies can improve people’s lives. Qualcomm’s Wireless Reach initiative is a strategic program that brings wireless technology to underserved communities globally. By working with partners, Wireless Reach invests in projects that foster entrepreneurship, aid in public safety, enhance the delivery of health care, enrich teaching and learning and improve environmental sustainability. To date, Wireless Reach has over 80 projects in more than 30 countries. Guerrero helps manage Wireless Reach initiatives in Europe, Latin America, North Africa, the Middle East, Southeast Asia and the United States, with a special focus on K-12 education in the U.S. Wireless Reach believes the use of “always on, always connected” mobile devices in the hands of K-12 students has the potential to dramatically improve educational outcomes by providing both unprecedented access to learning resources and the ability to collaborate with peers and advisors in and out of the classroom. Guerrero has extensive government, community relations and non-profit experience. Prior to her work at Qualcomm, Guerrero was an economic development coordinator where she was responsible for creating and expanding programs to ensure the economic vitality of downtown El Cajon, California. She also worked at the Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), as a research assistant, where she helped advance wireless telecommunication capabilities in rural Oaxaca for a transnational project supported by UCSD, USAID and Qualcomm. Additionally, Guerrero has worked as project coordinator for the City of Vista and director for Girls Incorporated of San Diego County. She currently serves on the board of directors for Izcalli, a community-based non-profit with a focus on community and youth development. Guerrero received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California, Santa Cruz, where she was awarded honors in the Global Economics/Latin American and Latino Studies major. In addition, she received her Master’s degree in international affairs at the UCSD’s School of International Relations and Pacific Studies. Guerrero has lived in both Mexico and Brazil and is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese.