Angelica Gonzalez is a senior lecturer in finance at the University of Edinburgh. She coordinates three postgraduate courses at the university’s business school, and her research focuses on corporate governance, with an emphasis on the gender diversity of boards. Dr. Gonzalez also has an interest in the implications of sleep deprivation on financial decisions. Previously, she worked as an adviser to the Mexican Budget Commission and as a teaching fellow at the University of York. Dr. Gonzalez has written articles in internationally recognized peer-reviewed journals, and she is a regular speaker at international conferences. Her work on CEO risk-taking incentives earned her the Best Paper Award at the 2019 FMA Conference in Jerusalem. Dr. Gonzalez earned a BA in economics at the Universidad Panamericana, an MSc in economics at El Colegio de Mexico, and a PhD in economics from the University of York.