Pamela Starr, PhD, University of Southern California ’93 is the director of the U.S.-Mexico Network and an associate professor (RTPC) of international relations and public diplomacy at the USC. She is also a senior advisor at Monarch Global Strategies. She was previously a senior Latin America analyst at the Eurasia Group (a leading global political risk consulting firm) where she led the Mexico practice. Prior to joining the Eurasia Group, she was a professor of Latin American political economy at the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM) in Mexico City for eight years (1997-2005). Starr has advised the U.S. Secretary of State and the Mexican Foreign Minister, the U.S. Ambassador to Mexico and the Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs, and many other government officials from both countries, and has testified before the U.S. Congress. She is also an active speaker and author.
“A President of Paradox for Mexico.” (2018, New York Times)
“A Second Mexican Revolution? Energy Reform and North American Energy Independence” (2014, Foreign Affairs)
U.S.-Mexican Relations and Mexican Domestic Politics (2012, Oxford University Press)