Ernesto Truqui, Associate, supports our Mexico practice.
Ernesto Truqui graduated from the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago, with a master’s in public policy and a certificate in data analytics. During his time at Harris, Ernesto interned at the OECD’s Regulatory Division and he worked with the National Police of Colombia on a project to improve police patrolling strategies in Medellín.
Before graduate school, Ernesto was a research affiliate at a San Diego-based research organization dedicated to issues of organized crime and rule of law in Mexico. He earned his bachelor’s degree at the University of San Diego, double majoring in economics and political science.
Ernesto’s previous experiences also include working as a teaching assistant for Steven Levitt’s Economics of Crime class and internships at the Mexican Electoral Institute (INE) and the Mexican Institute for Competitivity (IMCO). Originally from Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, he speaks English and Spanish fluently, intermediate French, and very basic German.