Alejandra_Garcia_Williams.jpgConsul Garcia Williams is the Consul General of Mexico in Sacramento, California. Prior to her appointment to Sacramento in May 2015, she was Consul General of Mexico in Santa Ana, California (2009-2015).

A Mexican Career Foreign Service Officer since 1992, Consul Garcia Williams has been Deputy Consul General and Acting Consul General in San Francisco, California (2007-2009), head of the Office of Internal Politics, Human Rights and Legal Affairs at The Embassy of Mexico in France (2000-2006), where she also acted as Delegate of the Mexican Mission before the OECD.

From 1998 to 2000, Consul Garcia Williams served as Advisor to the Mexican Foreign Minister, and prior to that she  was  posted  to  the  Embassy  of  Mexico  in  the  United States in the Office for Migration and Border Affairs. From 1990-1994 Consul Garcia Williams was appointed Advisor for the Coordinator of Migration and  Human  Rights  at  the  Ministry  of  Foreign  Affairs where she assisted  and  coordinated  projects,  and  drafted documents  associated  with  immigration,  human  rights,  and  drug  trafficking, domestically and internationally.

Consul Garcia Williams has participated in several international conferences as speaker and negotiator, most notably in international forums related to human rights and immigration.

Consul Garcia Williams has a Certificate in Diplomacy, International Finance and Politics from Oxford University in Great Britain and a  BA  in  International  Relations  from Universidad Iberoamericana, in Mexico City. She  is  married  to  Rémi  Lacombe,  a French  engineer  and  has  a  daughter, Anne-Sophie.

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