Mexico’s Movers & Shakers

Marco Monroy

Marco Monroy

As a co-owner of Cabo Wabo Cantina, Marco Monroy knew from the very first time he visited Cabo in the late seventies that, someday, it would become a “hot vacation destination!”

Radomir Bojanic

Radomir Bojanic

Radomir Bojanic started working in the tourism industry by pure accident, but after spending the last 23 years working at the Palacio Azteca Hotel, he says it was the best thing that could have happened to him.


Chef Tadd Chapman

Sit down to a good meal with Chef Tadd Chapman and not only will you notice an immediate appreciation for the ingredients that were used to create it, but of the region where the ingredients were cultivated and the hands that worked to grow them.

Genaro Ruiz | Baja Traveler

Genaro Ruíz

In a state where 74 percent of the gross domestic product is generated by tourism, Genaro Ruíz feels honored to have been named Secretary of Tourism of Baja California Sur by Governor Carlos Mendoza.

Ron Hatfield | Baja Traveler

Ron Hatfield

One of Cabo’s original visionaries, Ron Hatfield has spent more than 20 years creating a lifestyle that has not only set a precedent in Mexico but has been recognized worldwide as an exemplar of the luxury residential resort lifestyle.

Raul Petraglia | Baja Traveler

Raul Petraglia

In addition to the traditional responsibilities of a General Manager, Raul Petraglia, Managing Director of ME Cabo, must be involved in every aspect of the customer’s experience.

Gustavo Ortega | Baja Traveler

Gustavo Ortega

As Chief Executive Officer of Vinicola El Cielo in the Valle de Guadalupe, Gustavo Ortega has created a destination that offers a unique wine-tourism experience that is comparable to that found anywhere else in the world.

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