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Diego Marroquín Bitar

Professional affiliation

Inaugural Bersin-Foster North America Scholar

Full Biography

Diego Marroquín Bitar is the Inaugural Bersin-Foster North America Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center and the driving force behind their North America research agenda. He co-founded the North America Project at the US-Mexico Foundation and the non-profit North America 3.0.

As a think-tanker, Diego specializes in North American trade, investment, energy integration, labor mobility, and US-Mexico relations. His insights are frequently featured in publications such as The Hill, The New York Times, Foreign Affairs, Letras Libres, and El Universal. Before joining the Wilson Center, Diego worked as a Senior Researcher at the Brookings Institution, a Fellow at the US-Mexico Foundation, and a Consultant at The Economist Intelligence Unit. He created the Brookings USMCA Tracker and Scorecard. Diego received his BA from ITAM in Mexico City and earned his Masters in Public Policy from Georgetown University, where he was honored with the Global Leadership Award.