Mexico

MexicoStay connected to Arizona State University from anywhere in the world!

The ASU Alumni Association provides the opportunity for ASU graduates living outside of the U.S. to participate in International Connections where you can meet and socialize with other alumni who live in your country or geographic region. ASU Alumni International Connections have three primary areas of focus: to provide a support network for alumni and offer professional and social engagement opportunities; to serve as a point of contact for ASU dignitaries traveling overseas; and to assist with student relations and admissions outreach in partnership with the International Admissions office.

Connection Coordinator: Raul Ortiz '01
Esperanza, Sonora, Mexico

Past Events

ASU President Michael M. Crow hosted an alumni gathering at the Hyatt Regency Mexico City on Monday, May 19, 2014.  Attendees learned more about the recent accomplishments of ASU and its ongoing evolution from President Crow, while also enjoying the opportunity to network with other Sun Devils from the area.

Additional members of the ASU delegation included:

  • Greg Patterson, Regent, Board of Regents, Arizona’s Public Universities
  • James O’Brien, Senior Vice President and Chief of Staff, Office of University Affairs
  • Dr. Sethuraman “Panch” Panchanathan, Senior Vice President, Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development
  • Jose Cardenas, Senior Vice President and General Counsel
  • Dr. Rafael Rangel-Sostmann, Special Advisor to the President
  • Dr. Jonathan Koppell, Dean, College of Public Programs
  • Andres Martinez, Vice President and Editorial Director, New America Foundation
  • Amb. Kurt Volker, Executive Director, McCain Institute for International Leadership
  • Paola Garcia, Director, Mexico and Latin Initiatives, Office of University Affairs
  • Cary Kelly, Research Assistant

Chapter Leader & Contact

Raul Ortiz

 

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