Alicia Galván López is the Fellow for U.S.-Mexico Relations at the Foundation. López is the Founder and President of Fundación Patria Unida por un México Valiente. She has developed her professional life in public life, advising legislators in the legal and legislative field, both in the Chamber of Deputies and in the Senate of the Republic of Mexico. She was a candidate for Constituent Deputy and has participated and coordinated local and federal campaigns, including the 2018 presidential campaign.

López has given training courses throughout the Mexican Republic and has represented Mexico abroad in various forums.

She studied a Law Degree and a Master’s Degree in Government and Public Policy at the Universidad Panamericana and is currently studying for a Master’s Degree in Family Sciences. She has a specialization in Government of International Institutions and Organizations from Centro Universitario Villanueva in Madrid, Spain; as well as a diploma in U.S. Political Institutions and U.S.-Mexico Relations from the University of San Diego, California. She has also received training in Democratic Alternatives from various universities and foundations in Mexico, Spain and Germany.