Tatiana Clouthier has a master's degree in public administration from the Autonomous University of Nuevo León and a degree in English Language from the Tecnológico de Monterrey. Also, she received training on governance and political perspectives for Mexico at Harvard University. She has been a lecturer at various institutes of higher education including the University of Berkeley in California and the London School of Economics in the United Kingdom. Tatiana Clouthier has worked closely with civil society organizations, and she was founder of the civil association “Evolución Mexicana”. In her political career, she was independent candidate for San Pedro Garza García Municipality in Monterrey Metropolitan Area in 2009. She served as local public servant during twelve years in the state of Nuevo León. Also, she was elected for the Federal Congress in the 59th legislature. In the 2018 elections, she was the campaign manager for current president Andrés Manuel López Obrador. She was elected as representative in the Chamber of Deputies for the 64th legislature. Currently, she is Minister of Economy for the Mexican Federal Government.