Marcelo Ebrard Casaubon has a wide experience as a public servant and as elected representative. He was the Director General of Interim Affairs of the former Federal District Department (1988-1989), Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs (1993-1994), and Congressman of the 57th Mexican United States Congress (1997-2000). Likewise, he was member of the Council of Advisers to the Head of Government of the Federal District (2000-2002), Head of the Public Security Office of the Federal District (2002-2004), and Secretary of Social Development (2005) of the country’s capital. He was elected as Head of Government of the Federal District (Mayor of Mexico City) from 2006 – 2012 and was the recipient of the 2010 World Mayor Prize. Mr. Ebrard chaired the Global Network of Safe Cities of the United Nations Organization. In this assignment, he advised local government representatives in order to prevent urban violence, to enable citizens’ coexistence and encourage participation of citizens to reclaim public spaces. Minister Ebrard Casaubon has a Bachelor degree in International Relations from El Colegio de México, A.C. and a Public Administration’s Specialty by École Nationale d’ Administration in Paris, France.