Curriculum of Tatiana Clouthier
Tatiana Clouthier, daughter of Manuel clouthier, who was the PAN candidate for the presidency of Mexico in 1988, held various positions in the municipality of San Pedro Garza and in the government of Nuevo León.
In San Pedro Garza, she was director of human settlements and assistant in the Secretariat of primary services. At the state level, she was coordinator of English in elementary school and coordinator of upper secondary education and social services of the Secretary of Education of Nuevo León.
In 2009 she was a candidate for mayor of San Pedro Garza through the citizen route. She has been a deputy twice, once with the colors of the National Action Party (PAN), a party she resigned from in 2005, and another for Morena.
In 2018, she was coordinator of the presidential campaign of Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
Tatiana Clouthier resigns from the Ministry of Economy
He arrived at the Ministry of Economy in 2021, taking the place of Graciela Márquez Colín.
With Cluthier in charge of Economy, Mexico and Canada activated the Dispute Settlement Chapter for the interpretation of the rules of origin of the United States, an issue that reached an international panel whose ruling will be known in November; Work was also done on Mexico’s industrial policy, which was presented in September of this year.
At this time, the United States and Canada requested consultations on Mexico’s energy policy, a process that took a long time, so the negotiations continue to avoid a panel of experts making a decision.
In the social part, he has participated in various organizations and associations.
She is the author of books like Curul 2006, a vision of the Congress, Machio, my father, together we made history; she is also co-author of couples couples Y chronicles of an announced fraud.
Tatiana Clouthier has a degree in English from the Tecnológico de Monterrey, a master’s degree in Public Administration from the Autonomous University of Nuevo León; She also has diplomas in culture of legality from George Washington University, one more in Governance and economic and political perspectives for Mexico at Harvard.