Andrés Martínez-Fernández is responsible for gathering and analyzing information from a range of sources on hemispheric issues. His research focuses on political, security and economic issues in Latin America. Andrés regularly produces reports analyzing these topics for associates and clients of Visión Américas. He also assists in managing the firm’s online and social media presence.
Prior to joining Visión Américas, Andrés worked as a Program Coordinator at Georgetown University’s Center for Intercultural Education and Development, where he was responsible for supporting and implementing international education programs funded by USAID, the Department of State, and universities from across Europe and Latin America.
Andrés holds a Bachelor’s degree from Florida International University, majoring in History with a minor in Political Science. He also received a certificate in Latin American and Caribbean Studies. Upon completing his degree, Andrés was selected to participate in The Heritage Foundation’s Young Leaders Program, where he interned with the Douglas and Sarah Allison Center for Foreign and National Security Policy, focusing on western hemisphere issues. He is fluent in English and Spanish.