Natalia Zamora is an associate with SECURUS Strategic Trade Solutions, LLC. Ms. Zamora specializes in strategic trade control and foreign trade regulations in Central and South America, Southeastern Europe, the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), and Sub-Saharan Africa. Ms. Zamora also has expertise in the study of illicit trafficking in military and dual-use commodities, drugs, wildlife, and persons in Central America. Ms. Zamora has conducted research on and evaluated special economic zones regulations in Southeastern Europe, MENA, and Sub-Saharan Africa, and she has conducted an extensive review of foreign trade regulations in Mexico.
Ms. Zamora has provided information to industry and has experience in the international affairs academic community. Ms. Zamora has provided military and dual-use trade regulatory information to Japanese industry. She also has participated actively in international affairs conferences. She presented a paper at the 2018 International Studies Association conference in San Francisco that dealt with gender-based violence in displaced populations. During college, she was a head delegate for the university Model United Nations (MUN) team and specialized in subjects including arms control and refugees.
Ms. Zamora is fluent in Spanish.
Ms. Zamora has a bachelor’s degree in global studies and political science from Midwestern State University in Texas.