About

ASU in Mexico

Arizona State University is building a strong and diverse relationship with Mexico, gaining perspective on regional challenges and to develop innovative solutions for both sides of the border. This website is a sampling of ASU's diverse work and collaborative partnerships with Mexico.

Leadership

Rafael Rangel

 

Dr. Rafael Rangel Sostmann
Presidential Professor of Practice for Education Innovation & Special Advisor to the President

Dr. Rafael Rangel-Sostmann is the former President (1/03/1985—10/01/2011) of the world-renowned Tecnológico de Monterrey, the largest private, non-profit educational system in Mexico. Read more

 

 

 

 Andres Martinez

Andres Martinez
Special Advisor to the President

Andres is a professor of practice in the Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and the editorial director of Future Tense, a Washington, D.C.-based ideas journalism partnership between ASU, Slate magazine, and New America. Read more

 

 

 

Paola Garcia

 

Paola Garcia
Director, Mexico and Latin America Initiatives

Paola helps develop strategic collaborative relationships with government agencies, universities, and nonprofit organizations of Mexico and Latin American countries. Read more