Sean Carlos Cázares Ahearne: Mexico: U.S. Border Infrastructure
Future of North American Infrastructure
October 22, 2011
Presentation by Sean Carlos Cázares Ahearne
The transportation systems of Canada, the U.S. and Mexico are tied together in myriad ways and support hundreds of billions of dollars in commerce. Each nation faces its own unique challenges in the years ahead to ensure those systems continue to allow them to remain competitive in the global economy. This session examined how each country is addressing those challenges and what innovative ideas to improve transportation are worth examining elsewhere in North America.
Mexico - U.S. Border Infrastructure
Sean Carlos Cázares Ahearne
Mr. Cázares is a graduate of International Affairs at the Universidad Iberoamericana. He was Chief of the Department of International Affairs at the Instituto Latinoamericano de la Comunicación Educativa (ILCE), an international NGO with a close relationship with the Ministries of Education of Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, and Ecuador, for the instrumentation of educational programs from 1999 to 2003.
At the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Cázares has held different positions; in 2003, he acted as Deputy Director for Cultural Affairs for Asia, the Pacific, Africa and the Middle East, the United States and the OAS, and in 2005 he was appointed as Director for Academic Exchange. Currently, Mr. Sean Carlos Cázares Ahearne is Deputy Director General for Border Affairs at the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs.