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  • Meeting with Manuel Arroyo Rodriguez

    Meeting with Manuel Arroyo Rodriguez

    In a meeting with Manuel Arroyo Rodriguez, the head of media conglomerate Grupo Lauman, Ambassador Wayne discussed the broadcasting ties between the United States and Mexico, as well as expanding opportunities in non-traditional media platforms.

  • U.S. Ambassador meets with Civil Society

    U.S. Ambassador meets with Civil Society

    U.S. Ambassador Anthony Wayne met with Juarez civil society representatives during a visit to the city on March 2, 2015.

  • Mariposas Camp Empowers Young Women

    Mariposas Camp Empowers Young Women

    Chargé d’Affaires Laura Dogu and Dr. Alberto Carramiñana, Director General of the National Astrophysics, Optics and Electronics Institute celebrated the kickoff of a leadership camp for young women in Puebla. The camp has the support of the U.S. Peace Corps.

  • Alliance with Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juarez

    Alliance with Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juarez

    USAID and UACJ created an alliance in Chihuahua to support government efforts against crime and violence.

  • Call for applications 2015 - Jóvenes en Acción

    Call for applications 2015 - Jóvenes en Acción

    Entering its sixth year, this program already boasts almost 400 “Jóvenes en Acción” alumni. Some of them have already finished their graduate studies and continue to develop their leadership skills, support their communities, thereby strengthening Mexico and U.S.-Mexico relations.

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  • Cisco’s global support center

    Charge d’Affaires Laura Dogu welcomed Cisco’s opening of its global support center in Mexico City, one of five such centers around the world.

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