Core Faculty

Dr. Javier Esguevillas

Dr. Javier Esguevillas

Dr. Daniel Gayo

Dr. Daniel Gayo

Dra. Doreley Coll

Dra. Doreley Coll

Dr. James Moran

Dr. James Moran

Academic faculty and MGA staff

Borja Moya

Privacy Advocate and Professional Storyteller

Carlota Nunez Strutt

Coordinator of Relations with International Organizations

Cecilia Passaniti Mezzano

Women, Peace and Security

Christian E. Rieck

Whose World Order

Dr. Adam Fenech

Director of UPEI's Climate Research Lab

Dr. Andreas Hatzidiakos

Expert and analyst in EU Crisis Management

Dr. Daniel Gayo

Economy and International Development

Dr. Dorelley Coll

North America Coordinator for the Master in Global Affairs

Dr. Frank Emmert

Democracy and Rule of Law

Dr. James Moran

PhD York University

Dr. Javier Esguevillas

Globalization and International Organizations: Economic – Legal, and Policy Challenges

Dr. Jeffrey Collins

Trade and Economy policy

Dr. Juan Huitzilihuitl Flores Zendejas

Professeur Associé – Directeur de l’Institut Paul Bairoch d’Histoire Economique

Dr. Liliana Coutinho

Art in the crossroads of politics and economics

Dr. Victor Godinez

Internationalization of Cities and Regions

Ekaterina Ovchinnikova

Ekaterina Ovchinnikova

Community Manager
Hon. Shawn Murphy

Corporate Commercial Law

MSC Ainhoa Arroyo

Gender, Violence and Peace

MSc. Adolfo Ayuso

Internationalization of Cities and Regions

MSc. Edoardo Rossi

Court of Human Rights

Sebastian Benoit

Europe History and Art

Valentina Azarova

Russia/Ukraine. PhD in Law



Adjunct Faculty

Enrique Baron Crespo. Former President of the European Parliament.

Allert Brown Gort. Faculty Fellow, Kellogg Institute for International Studies (MPAff, University of Texas at Austin, 1998). The role of culture in shaping values and political systems; immigration policy; political views of the Mexican-origin population in the United States. Current research: A national qualitative study of the opinions of the Mexican migrant and Mexican American communities; effects of the national immigration discourse on Latino political behavior; attempts by governments in the Americas to manage relations with their diasporas to assist their foreign policy goals.

Maria Del Huerto Romero.  Bachelor political science by the  Universidad Nacional de Rosario (UNR), Argentina, and Master Degree on Social Science by FLACSO.

Ann Erb-Leoncavallo. UNFPA Head Speech Writer.

Agustín Fernández de Losada. Bachelor in Law and Master in European Studies. University of Barcelona. Coordinator of the project URB-AL III (European Commission 2008- 2012). External advisor of European Commission, UN – ECLAC – UNDP.

Dr. Julien Gastelo. Social scientist & filmmaker. Founder of Ethnographic; Research & Film Production. Master of Documentary Filmmaking (Ecole Nationalen: La Fémis, Paris), Master of Social Science (Université de Strasbourg), Master of Political Science (Institut d’Etudes Politiques, Strasbourg).

Lina Kee. Adviser Office of World Bank Group for the Caribbean Countries.

Marc Rimez. Master on Economic and develop studies by the Université Catholique de Louvain. Former executive director of the European Union Decentralized Cooperation Observatory. (2008 -2011).

Martin G. Romero. Tenured Professor of Economy and Director of the Department of Economy at the University of Guadalajara. Mexico.

Dr. Marc Bungenberg.  Director of the Europa-Institut Saarland University and permanent visiting Professor at Lausanne University, especially International Investment Law, Common Commercial Policy or International Raw Materials Law.

MSc. Elisa Loal. Rethinking Citizen Participation. Master degree in research of education cultural diversity and community development and Master degree in international development and NGO,s development. University of Santiago de Compostela. Spain; Freedom house program officer