Claudia Ruiz Massieu
Secretary of Foreign Affairs
Secretariat of Foreign Affairs of Mexico
Bachelor’s in Law, Universidad Iberoamericana; Political Science, Centre for Political and Constitutional Studies, Madrid, Spain; Master’s (candidate) in Comparative Public Policy, Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (FLACSO); PhD (candidate) in Public Law and Legal Philosophy, Autonomous University of Madrid. Former: Research Assistant, Institute of Legal Research, National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM); Professor of Constitutional Law and Contemporary Legal Systems, Anahuac University; Academic Technician, International Trade Unit, Institute for Legal Research, National Autonomous University of Mexico; Chief of Staff to the Executive Secretary, Public Security System, Federal Ministry of Public Security; Head, Coordination of Planning, Development and Institutional Innovation, Attorney General's Office; Federal Deputy, Mexican Congress, including as Member, Commission of Interior and Finance, Budget, Public Accounts, and Center for the Study of Public Finances committees. 2012, named Coordinator of Human Rights and Transparency of the government transition team. Since December 2012, Secretary of Tourism of Mexico. Speaker at various events and academic forums. Columnist, Confluencia XXI, Examen and the national newspaper El Universal.