Felipe Trigos develops and manages strategic relationships to maximize client retention and loyalty; negotiates new client contracts; enhances existing client relations; and provides direct assistance on strategic planning and business development projects across North, Central, South America, and the Caribbean.
Mr. Trigos also produces stakeholder analyses and determines pathways for strategy implementation and imminent risks for clients. He gathers, analyzes, and disseminates information from a range of sources on hemisphere related issues.
He has lectured at Georgetown University and Newman University, and his research and articles have been published by the American Enterprise Institute, El Nuevo Herald, the Miami Herald, AEI Ideas, The American, and Milenio Diario. He is also a frequent contributor to several NTN24 television programs.
He holds a Master’s Degree from Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service and graduated with Honors from Newman University in Wichita, KS with a B.S. Degree in History and a minor in Political Science. A native of Mexico, he is fluent in both written and oral Spanish.