Gabriela I. Ramos Patiño
Chief of Staff and OECD G20 Sherpa
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
BA, International Relations, University Iberoamericana; 1995, MA, Public Policy, Fulbright and Ford-Macarthur scholar, John F Kennedy School of Government, Harvard. Former Professor of Int'l Economy and Int'l Organizations, University Iberoamericana and ITAM. Formerly with the Mexican government: Private Office, Planning and Budget Minister; 1989, Adviser to the Foreign Affairs Ministry; 1995, Director for Economic Affairs. 1999-2006, Head, OECD Centre in Mexico for Latin America; 2006, Deputy Chief-of-Staff, Secretary-General. Member of the Exec. Cttee and the Scholarship team, Harvard Foundation in Mexico. Member of the Governing Board, Mexican Institute for Competitiveness. Member: Mexican Council of International Affairs; Huatusco Economists Group. Author of several articles on Mexican economy and education issues; Co-Author of "Clear Rules, Transparent Businesses" (2003) to promote the knowledge of the OECD Anti-bribery Convention; also contributed to the chapter "Understanding Mexico" in the X Anniversary Publication Mexico-OECD.