The USMF applauds
Ambassador Carlos Sada’s
assumption of duties as the new ambassador
of Mexico in the United States
Last month, the U.S.-Mexico Foundation (USMF) applauded Ambassador Carlos Sada’s arrival in Washington D.C. to begin his duties as Mexico’s new Ambassador to the United States. Ambassador Sada arrives at the post with 25 years of experience in the diplomatic service in the U.S. and a strong appreciation of the opportunities of the binational relationship and the contributions and potential of the Mexican community in the United States.
During his long career in Mexico’s foreign service, Ambassador Sada has served as Consul General of Mexico in some of the cities with the largest Mexican communities in the United States: San Antonio, Chicago, New York and most recently Los Angeles. Amb. Sada also served as head of the U.S. Congress Relations Office at the Mexican Embassy in Washington. His experience has resulted in a deep understanding of the key issues of the U.S. - Mexico relationship, including trade and immigration issues, as well as a commitment to fostering greater understanding and appreciation of Mexico and its citizens in the United States. Rebeca Vargas, USMF’s President and CEO remarked that “we are very pleased with the selection of Ambassador Sada for this crucial post. His ample experience working on key binational issues and his commitment to advancing the interests of Mexico and Mexicans in the United States make him eminently qualified for this position. We look forward to his leadership as Ambassador.”
“The USMF looks forward to working with Ambassador Sada to pursue our goals of strengthening understanding and cooperation between our two countries”, mentioned Raul Rodriguez, USMF’s Chairman of the Board.