Jorge de los Santos
Jorge de los Santos has significant experience with U.S.-Latin American issues and has worked with governments, companies and universities in these efforts. Prior to coming to Princeton, he was Special Advisor to the President of Arizona State University and served as that university’s founding Director of Pan American Initiatives. Previously in New York City, he was Director for Strategy and Business Development at Columbia University's Digital Knowledge Ventures. He worked for heads of government in the United States and Mexico in several capacities and served as Secretary and Board Member of the Arizona-Mexico Commission and as a representative to the United States Border Governor’s Conference. He received a B.A. in Economics from Tecnológico de Monterrey in Monterrey, Mexico and a Master’s degree in public administration and public policy from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs in New York City. He was previously a John C. Whitehead Fellow of the Foreign Policy Association; a MacArthur, Ford and Hewlett Fellow in the Social Sciences; and a board member of the Bi-National Sustainability Laboratory. He is the co-founder of two companies, Predictive Technologies, a developer of web-based platforms that facilitate data analysis and visualization; and Skyblue International, a technology and investment advisory company.