Mariana Gómez del Campo
|Mariana Gómez del Campo Gurza|
7 August 1978 |
Miguel Hidalgo, D.F., Mexico
Education and Professional Career
Gomez del Campo has a degree in Communications from Universidad Anáhuac del Norte and a Master's degree in Government and Public Policy from the Universidad Panamericana. It should also be noted that she has completed studies in law at the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de Mexico, as well as Communication and Political Marketing in the Konrad Adenauer Foundation.
Within her leadership roles, Gomez del Campo held the position of Coordinator of the Youth Campaign for the former President of the Republic, Felipe Calderón Hinojosa. She later went on to form part of the III Legislation by becoming a Local Legislator from 2003 to 2006. By 2007, she had become the first woman president of the PAN for the Federal District, a position she held for three years. From 2009 to 2012 during the V Legislation, she held the position of Local Legislature and Coordinator for PAN in the Legislative Assembly of the Federal District.
Senate of the Republic
She is currently a Senator to the Republic for the 64th legislation from 2012-2018 where she holds the position of the President of the Commission on Latin America and the Caribbean Foreign Affairs, Secretary to the Commission for the Federal District, member of the Commission for Radio, Television and Cinematography, as well as being member to the Special Commission for Metropolitan Development, commissions for Culture, Human Rights and Mobility, and Committee to Promote Reading.
Profesional Media Attributions
She collaborates in assorted media outlets and currently contributes as a member of the Editorial Board for the section "Ciudad" of the newspaper Reforma and also contributes as a columnist for the newspapers La Crónica de Hoy, Publimetro, Milenio Diario, Más por Más and on electronic sources such as Eje Central and Animal Político. You can also listen to her as a weekly guest commentator on Reporte 98.5 and Radio Fórmula.
- "Perfil del legislador". Legislative Information System. Retrieved 3 September 2013.
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