Ana Iparraguirre, Senior Vice President at GBAO, combines her experience in U.S. campaigns with a vast knowledge of Latin American politics. She has nearly two decades of experience designing strategies based on data for politicians, organizations, and corporations.
Prior to joining GBAO, Ana led her own strategic consulting firm advising political candidates, corporations, and NGOs in Latin America. She led research projects for presidential, gubernatorial, and mayoral campaigns in a dozen countries throughout the region. Ana also conducted research projects for international organizations such as the World Bank, USAID, and NDI on issues related to democracy, political participation, and gender equality.
Ana also served as a Vice President at Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research where she helped lead Democracy Corps, a non-profit organization that conducts public opinion research and provides strategic advice to the progressive community. She has conducted bilingual qualitative and quantitative research with the Latino community on a wide range of political and policy issues, including immigration.
In addition to her work at GBAO, Ana is a frequent commentator on leading Latin American media outlets and a regular columnist for La Nacion newspaper. Ana holds an M.A. in Political Management from The George Washington University and a B.A. in Political Science from Universidad de San Andres (Buenos Aires).