José Alberto Alejandre Lara is from Cordoba, Veracruz, México. He grew up between both the United States and Mexico. He went on to get his BA in philosophy from Regis University in Denver, CO followed by a European licentiate in philosophy from the Lateran University of Italy. After completing these academic goals, Alberto focused on volunteering full-time for two years in the rural municipalities of Veracruz, Mexico. He taught at el Tec de Monterrey and at a rural public high school before starting his work with for Bayer Global Health. During this time, he remained active in state politics and volunteered for several political campaigns throughout the state of Veracruz. He returned to the United States to continue developing his teaching skills where he taught at an inner-city high school in Des Moines, Iowa for three years. His passion for learning and history remain a focus in the development of his career and he is now pursuing a Master's Degree in Public Policy at Georgetown University McCourt School of Public Policy. Alberto is an expert on the Plan de Iguala of Mexican history and actively worked with the Catholic University of America to display the original documents to the public for the first time. This crucial piece of Mexican history can be found in the archives of the university today.
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MXDC - The Mexican Professionals Network is an association of Mexican expatriate professionals and "Friends of Mexico" that live and work in the Greater Metropolitan Area of Washington, DC. MXDC is a volunteer-run, non-profit, non-partisan, inclusive organization that fosters the principle of collaboration.
The mission of MXDC is to organize and strengthen the community of Mexican expatriates to promote the professional and personal development of its members; serve as a networking platform and reference point for the professional Mexican diaspora and Friends of Mexico; and, act as a vehicle for Mexicans abroad to contribute to the social, political and economic development of Mexico.