Saturday, October 17, 2015

40 Under 40: Latinos in Foreign Policy

Josue Lopez Calderon,

Image from, with caption: No dia 01/12/2010 O Centro Cultural Brasil-Estados Unidos de Joinville recebeu a visita da Cônsul Katherine Caro, que no Consulado Geral dos EUA em São Paulo, desempenha as funções de Adida Cultural Adjunta, bem como a de Coordenadora dos Programas Culturais para a Região Sul.
22. Katherine Caro (State Department): Since joining the State Department in 2005, Katherine has risen quickly through the foreign service ranks, serving in various capacities in Mexico, Brazil, Washington DC, and India. As a Public Diplomacy officer specializing in communication strategies and cultural promotion for the U.S. government, she has spent most of her career in Latin America. In Mexico City, she worked as a Vice-Consul and as a Staff Assistant to Ambassador Tony Garza. In Sao Paulo, Katherine served as the Consulate Spokesperson and helped to create Mission Brazil's digital diplomacy platforms, as well as to lay the groundwork for the opening of the new U.S. Consulate in Porto Alegre, Brazil. She recently completed a tour in New Delhi, India, where she directed the Mission's Indo-U.S. education and exchange programs, and she will soon begin a domestic assignment as the State Department's Portuguese Spokesperson with the Bureau of Public Affairs. She is very proud of her Chilean roots.

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