Dr. Jorge Mata Torres successfully participated in 4 major professional fields: Advertising/Marketing, Civic/Hotelry, Freight/Logistics and Academia. He holds a Ph.D. in Humane Letters, MBA in International Trade and Bachelor of Science in Communications. He has been named one of the Outstanding Young Men of America, competed in the Junior Olympics, traveled 6 continents of the world, had his graphic artwork received by Ann Richards, the Governor of Texas, President George W. Bush at the Whitehouse, and has been displayed throughout the State of Texas in a campaign to report emergencies or crimes. In addition, he has authored the award-winning The Nazarene Code.
After graduating from the University of Texas at Austin, he worked in advertising Mexico with Foote, Cone & Belding, then 4th largest ad agency worldwide where he served as Art Director and managed accounts such as IBM, Pizza Hut, Firestone and Brandy Presidente. Dr. Mata Torres' design for the Alpura Yoghurt cup design would ultimately be produced and appear throughout the Republic of Mexico. He was later selected as the first Creative Director for Telerey in Mexico City - the location of Latin America's very first computer animation firm after being trained at Computer Image in Denver, Colorado.
Later he briefly served as an Art Director for the Plain Truth magazine in Pasadena, California before deciding to continue his studies at Texas A&M International University where he pursued an M.B.A. in International Trade, at the time the only such field of study in the country. With it he worked in the Less-Than-Truckload (LTL) field in Texas and Mexico, then opened its first office in Mexico for the 2nd largest intermodal agent in the U.S. Thereafter, Schenker International - the 2nd largest freight forwarder worldwide then named him Regional Branch Manager to open its first office in Laredo, Texas, the #1 inland port in the United States. There he developed the infrastructure, hired personnel and managed accounts such as ALCOA, BMW, Mercedes Benz, Boeing, Reynolds Metals, Siemens and Volvo and gave NAFTA seminars in Canada, the USA and Mexico.
His decision to help others turned his interest to the field of Academia. After teaching at Texas A&M International, he received a Ph.D. from the City of London College for Higher Education for his contributions to society in the field of Arts, Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy. He ultimately served at 3 universities in China, most notably, Zhejiang University - China's top-ranked university where Dr. Mata Torres developed the ground-breaking JobPrep program to help students prepare for employment during and after completing their education.
Before his departure to China, Dr. Mata Torres was inspired to read the Book of Revelations in the bible. What he discovered led him to write The Nazarene Code where his 5-year breakthrough research uncovered 14 scriptures not previously published anywhere that reveals How To and Who Will enter the Kingdom of Heaven. The Nazarene Code won a Yola/Facebook competition held worldwide as "User Favorite" - the top voter winner of all websites entered which he made free to the public at www.NazareneCode.com. It has since earned testimonials from all 4 corners of the world, inspiring believers and non-believers to the Word of God. As a result of this work, he has coordinated the translation of Ron Wyatt's archaeological finds of the bible's great events in Chinese and been offered to search the Ark of the Covenant by the Director of the Wyatt Museum. Dr. Mata Torres is also the author of The Good News Code and Judgment Revelation.
While in college,
Dr. Mata Torres worked at the Laredo News where his first assigned news report
of "El Chacal" made the AP wire which covered the story of the transport
of the child killer amongst thousands of people surrounding the
municipal building in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas Mexico to the local jail
where he would later be found hung.
Below to the left is "TEXAN:" Dr. Mata Torres' original graphic design which was gifted to then President George W. Bush and officially received at the White House and previously to then Texas Governor Ann Richards. The Texas Department of Transportation would later adopt it as their iconographic image placed at Travel Bureaus and Rest Areas throughout the State of Texas to report 911 emergencies.