Kenneth Smith Ramos

 

Prior to serving in his current post, Kenneth Smith Ramos was Coordinator General for International Affairs at the Mexican Ministry of Agriculture (SAGARPA), where he was responsible for agricultural trade negotiations and international cooperation.

 

Previously, Mr. Smith worked at the Mexican Federal Competition Commission, as Director-General for International Affairs, as well as in the Ministry of Economy, where he was Director-General for International Trade Negotiations. He started his professional career working for Mexico’s NAFTA negotiating team.

 

Mr. Smith has a Bachelor’s Degree in International Affairs from Georgetown University, and a Master’s Degree in International Economics from Johns Hopkins University.

 

Previously, Mr. Smith worked at the Mexican Federal Competition Commission, as Director-General for International Affairs, as well as in the Ministry of Economy, where he was Director-General for Assessment and Monitoring of Negotiations. He started his professional career working for Mexico’s NAFTA negotiating team.

 

Mr. Smith has a Bachelor’s Degree in International Affairs from Georgetown University, and a Master’s Degree in International Economy from Johns Hopkins University.

 

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