Greta Shelley

Editor South America

Editor South America

Greta Shelley Medina was born in Mexico City in 1972. She graduated from Universidad Iberoamericana in International Relations (1995, with honors) and obtained a Master of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. (2001). She held several positions in the Mexican Foreign Ministry at the Direction General for North American Affairs (1994-1998) and was Special Assistant to the Director of Policy Planning at the Minister´s office (1998-1999). She made an internshipon Capitol Hill at the office of U.S. Congressman Tom Campbell (R-Ca., spring 2000) and was a graduate fellow at the prestigious consulting firm Kissinger McLarty Associates in Washington, D.C.(2000-2001). Being married to a Mexican Ambassador since 2001, she has been actively involved in promotional initiatives of her country in Sweden and Germany. In April 2005 she participated as Young Leader in the Herbert Quandt Stiftung Sinclair House Debates, “Europe and Latin America, Towards a strategic partnership? In April 2005, she joined Michael Storrs Music as Events and PR Manager.

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