The Board of Trustees appointed the new director of the Foundation this morning
Anna Terrón Cusí is, from today, the director of the International and Ibero-American Foundation for Administration and Public Policies (FIIAPP), FSP. The Board of Trustees, chaired by the Vice President of the Government, met this morning at the Moncloa Palace to approve her appointment to replace Pedro Flores Urbano, who was thanked for his services.
The new director’s professional career has developed internationally and in the European Union, where she was State Secretary for Immigration between 2009 and 2011; European Union Secretary in the Generalitat de Catalunya (2006-2010) and a member of the Committee of Regions of the EU (2004-2009). Previously, she was an MEP in the European Parliament (1994-2004) and in recent years she has worked in the private sector.
She is also a member of the Board of Directors of Friends of Europe and president of the Advisory Council of the Institute for Globalization, Culture and Mobility of the United Nations University. She is additionally a member of the Scientific Council of the Elcano Royal Foundation.
She holds a degree in Political Science and Administration and speaks English, Italian and French. She teaches at the Faculty of Communication and International Relations of Blanquerna, Ramon Llull University.
The new Foundation director has expressed her commitment to cooperation between public administrations for the benefit of citizens: “I want to continue contributing to building a public service that accompanies the public policy reforms in the countries where we work and to generating spaces of exchange for our Administrations, in order to generate shared values among our societies and to strengthen gender rights and equality”.