Gastón Ocampo

Argentina  |  Program & Database Assistant, Office of the President, Inter-American Dialogue

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Gastón Ocampo joined the Inter-American Dialogue in 2020 as a program and database assistant for the Office of the President. Ocampo graduated Magna Cum Laude from Roanoke College with a BA in International Relations and a BBA in Business Administration, where he focused on socio-economic development and democratic governability in Latin America and the MENA region. While at Roanoke, he also studied in the UK, Portugal, and Uganda, and gained experience at the Instituto para a Promoção da América Latina e Caraíbas (IPDAL) where he still volunteers. Additionally, he also interned at Hilton’s Corporate Headquarters and The Dialogue. He is fluent in English and Spanish and has working proficiency in Portuguese.

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Mayors Summit: Shared Challenges, Shared Solutions

On June 7, 2022 the Office of the Mayor of Los Angeles, CAF-Development Bank of Latin America, and the Inter-American Dialogue jointly hosted a series of workshops featuring US and Latin American mayors, along with other experts and practitioners focused on the theme of shared challenges and shared solutions of cities in the Americas.

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Few Changes After Argentina’s Legislative Elections

On the night of November 14, Argentine President Alberto Fernández euphorically celebrated an electoral defeat. Earlier that day, in the legislative elections, the ruling Peronist coalition –Frente de Todos– obtained only 33.5 percent of the national vote against 42 percent of the opposition coalition Juntos por el Cambio. Why was the president celebrating, then, apart from lifting the spirits of Peronist supporters?

˙Bruno Binetti