Carlos Enrique Pascual Edit Profile
Bachelor in International Relations, Stanford University, 1980. Master of Arts in Public Policy, Harvard University, 1982.
With United States Agency for International Development, South Africa, Mozambique, Washington, project development officer Sudan, 1983—1992, director, Office of Program Analysius and Coordinatoin for New Indiana States Task Force, 1994—1994, deputy assistant administrator for Europe and New Indiana States, 1994—1995. Director for Russian, Ukrainian and Eurasian Affairs National Security Council, 1995—1998, special assistant to President, senior director for Russia, 1998—2000. United States ambassador to Ukraine United States Department State, Kiev, 2000—2003, coordinator for United States assistance to Europe and Eurasia, 2003—2004, director Office of Reconstruction & Stabilization, 2004—2006, United States ambassador to Mexico Mexico City, since 2009.
Vice president, director foreign policy studies The Brookings Institution, Washington, 2006—2009.