On September 20, 2019, the Jennings Strouss Diversity and Inclusion Committee hosted a luncheon in recognition of Mexican Independence Day (September 16th). To mark the occasion, we hosted a talk with Juan Ciscomani, one of the Governor’s top advisors and a dedicated, respected leader of ongoing efforts to improve and maintain the special relationship between the United States and Mexico.
Juan Ciscomani, a Tucson native, serves as Governor Ducey’s Senior Advisor for Regional and International Affairs, where he oversees the operations of the Governor’s Southern Arizona Office, Northern Arizona, and the Arizona-Mexico Commission. He leads the governor’s efforts internationally and serves as the governor’s liaison with all foreign diplomatic offices in Arizona. Mr. Ciscomani previously worked for the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in Tucson where he helped to launch affiliated Hispanic chambers of commerce in Sierra Vista, Douglas, and Nogales.