Join Ambassador Patrick Duddy (Director, Duke University Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies) in a Zoom conversation with Her Excellency, Martha Bárcena Coqui, Ambassador of Mexico to the USA.
Ambassador Bárcena was appointed by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and ratified by the Mexican Senate on December 2018, becoming the first female Ambassador to hold this position.
Ambassador Bárcena joined the Mexican Foreign Service in 1979. Prior to arriving in Washington, D.C., she was posted as Permanent Representative to the United Nations Rome-based Agencies. She has also served as Ambassador to the Republic of Turkey, non-resident to Georgia and the Republics of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan; Ambassador to the Kingdom of Denmark, non-resident to the Kingdom of Norway and the Republic of Iceland, and as Consul in Barcelona.
On the multilateral level, Ambassador Bárcena has represented Mexico as delegate at the UN, UNESCO and the OAS as well as head of delegation at the Forum on Migration and Development. She has also participated in multiple international conferences organized by the G-20 and the World Humanitarian Summit.
This event is the first of a new "Conversation with the Ambassador Series" organized by the DUCIGS/Rethinking Diplomacy Program. This Zoom webinar is open to the public, but registration is required.