Claudio X. González Guajardo is a co-founder and former president of Fundación Televisa, as well as the president of Mexicanos Primero.

González worked in the Office of Presidency from 1994 to 2000, and was previously the coordinator of the advisors of the Planning Sub-secretary of the Secretary of Agricultural and Hydraulic Resources. Before this, he worked at the Secretary of Work and Social Prevention. He is member of several Boards including Colegio de México, Papalote Museo del Niño, Fundación Comunitaria Oaxaca, Compromiso Social por la Calidad en la Educación y Fundación Carolina México-España. He has been awarded the José Vasconcelos medal for development and strengthening of education in Mexico, he James L. Fisher Award for distinguished service to education, Gran Orden de la Reforma, Max Shein medal, among others.

He is also a supporter of the Unión de Empresarios para la Tecnología en la Educación (UNETE) and a member of the Technical Committee of Bécalos.

González holds a Bachelor degree in law from the Escuela Libre de Derecho and a PhD in Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School at Tufts University.