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Renata Zilli

Email: renata.zilli@ecipe.org

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Areas of Expertise: WTO and Globalization Latin America North-America

Renata Zilli

Renata Zilli is a Researcher at ECIPE. She is a graduate of the master’s degree in International Economics and Latin American Studies of the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University. She also holds a master’s degree in International Relations and International Trade and Commerce Law from Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. In parallel, she has undertaken additional professional development studies in world-renowned universities such as the University of Warwick, Complutense University, and El Colegio de México.

In academia, Renata served as the director of the undergraduate program in International Relations at the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education Campus Puebla (2017-2018), her Alma Mater. At the time of her appointment, and she became one of the youngest female professionals assigned to this position. She has been involved in research projects on issues related to economic globalization and international affairs in different public, private and non-profit entities, such as the United Kingdom Trade and Investment (UKTI) at the British Consulate in Sydney, Australia, and the office for the implementation of the USMCA at the Mexican Embassy in Washington D.C., the Elcano Royal Institute in Madrid, and the Wilson Center in Washington D.C.

As a social entrepreneur, she co-founded TradeTankMx, the first Mexican think tank by young professionals oriented to the study of international trade. Renata’s opinions have appeared in different media outlets such as Foreign Affairs Latinoamérica, El Universal, and El Economista.

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