Mariana Sánchez Ramírez is an experienced communicator with a demonstrated history of working in the think tank industry. At the Wilson Center's Canada Institute, she develops and executes the Institute’s communications strategy and oversees the Institute’s publications. Creating and curating multimedia content is how Mariana helps educate policymakers and the public on the importance of the U.S.-Canada relationship and the North America region. Mariana is a producer and editor of Americas 360, a podcast about the latest developments from Canada, Latin America, and everywhere in between. Previously, she was at the Wilson Center's Mexico Institute, where she assisted with research, created visual content, and provided operational support. Mariana is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations Young Professionals Briefing series in Washington. In 2018, Mariana was selected to attend the German Marshall Fund’s (GMF) Second Annual Women of Color in Transatlantic Leadership Forum: Diversifying Defense, Diplomacy, and Development and is now a member of the GMF Young Transatlantic Network. Mariana holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of South Florida Honors College in Tampa, Florida.