Miren Berganza is Director of the Global Nexus Office in Mexico City, where she advises clients from the private sector who seek to create or expand business opportunities, maximizing her experience in linking the public and the private sector.
She is interested in the bilateral relationship between Mexico and the United States, focusing on issues such as development cooperation, promotion of competitiveness and productivity, economic empowerment of minorities, and transparency and accountability.
At the Tax Administration Service, she coordinated the agency’s participation in international trade facilitation and anti-corruption initiatives, with special emphasis on bilateral cooperation mechanisms such as the High Level Economic Dialogue, the Bilateral Executive Committee for the 21st Century Border Management, and the Joint Cargo Pre Inspection Program between Mexico and the United States.
Previously, she worked at the Economic Affairs Office at the Embassy of Mexico in Washington, D.C., where she acquired a comprehensive view of Mexico’s current strategic policy issues. At the Mexican Embassy she was responsible of coordinating the High Level Economic Dialogue, arguably the main mechanism to foster bilateral competitiveness between Mexico and the U.S., and the U.S.-Mexico CEO Dialogue, a biannual summit in which senior executives and high ranking government officials incorporate key stakeholders recommendations into public policy making (both in Mexico and the U.S.); she also oversaw the Mexico-U.S. Entrepreneurship and Innovation Council, which aims to promote and strengthen competitiveness in North America.
She also worked at Turner Broadcasting System for 6 years, where she specialized in TV and digital advertising sales for CNN.
Miren has a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the Universidad Iberoamericana with a minor in International Politics and Economics. She has attended seminars and courses in political perspectives, human rights, media measurement, and interactive marketing.