San Diego and Baja California business and community leaders will meet to discuss U.S.-Mexico relations during the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce’s 2021 Mexico City Summit. Participants will meet with Mexican leaders and government officials to discuss opportunities for collaboration and help advance issues critical to the success of the binational business community.
Attendees will also benefit from the opportunity to network during a special in-person reception on September 1.
“The Chamber’s Mexico City Virtual Summit will allow local leaders to meet with legislators and agency heads to discuss what our community needs to revitalize and grow the economy,” said Jerry Sanders, President, and CEO at the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce. “Within the next two days, we will be having important discussions on border infrastructure, transboundary pollution impacting the Tijuana River Valley, and trade & economic opportunities to continue building our region’s support for the U.S.-Mexico relationship.”
Notable Mexico City Summit Speakers:
- Tatiana Clouthier, Mexico’s Secretary of Economy
- Marina Del Pilar, Baja California Governor-Elect
- Mayor Todd Gloria, City of San Diego
- Supervisor Nora Vargas, San Diego County
- Ambassador Carlos Gonzalez Gutiérrez, Consulate General of México in San Diego
- Adriana Rodriguez, Engineering Manager, and Binational Water Affairs, CONAGUA
- Calixto Mateos, NADBank General Director
- Salvador Lopez, NADBank Chief Environmental Officer
- Antonio Rascon, IBWC Engineering Director
- Jesus Luevano,IBWC Secretario Técnico Sección Mexicana
- Nancy Gudino,External Affairs Director, Cross Border Xpress, and Chair of International Business Affairs.
- Mexican Senate Members
- Adriana Resendez,IBWC Director of Operations