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Benítez is a senior member of Fenton’s global issues team, specializing in Latin America. He brings nine years of strategic communications experience to his work with the Government of Ecuador, the Center for Economic Justice and International Law (CEJIL) and ¡Excelencia! in Education. He attended the Copenhagen Conference on Global Climate Change with the foreign minister of Ecuador to promote the Ecuadoran government’s proposal to protect the Andean region rainforest and create eco-tourism as an alternative to drilling for oil in lands owned and occupied by indigenous people. His other clients include the Center for Justice and International Law, Amazon Watch, the Center for International and Environmental Law and the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Latin America Project and Mexico Institute.
Prior to joining Fenton, Benítez specialized in media relations and outreach to the U.S. Latino community on behalf of federal government agencies including Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, National Institutes of Health, Administration on Aging, U.S Department of Health and Human Services, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency. On the local level, he has worked with the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments and officials in Montgomery County, Maryland. He is a native of Puebla, Mexico.
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