Ana Irene Delgado

Ana Irene Delgado studied law and political sciences at the Catholic University of Santa María la Antigua, Summa Cum Laude, raked first place of honour of her class and first place overall of her University. She has a degree in International Relations with a minor in Economics from Florida State University. Certificate in Legal English and Introduction to the American Legal System from the University of Delaware. She holds a Master in Law (LL.M.) and Advanced Professional Certificate in Law and Business from New York University and Stern Business School, respectively. She is a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Law and International Policy (Journal of International Law and Politics). John Vogelstein Scholar (2005-2006), New York University, Pollack Centre for Law and Business. Certificate of Merit awarded by Georgetown University Competition Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition (2002). She holds finance and law studies from the University of Delaware and Beaver College in Philadelphia. Ana Irene Delgado was Panama Ambassador to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from 2011 until 2014. She was also Panama Ambassador to Ireland, Iceland and Norway and Panama Permanent Representative to the International Maritime Organization as well as Panama General Consul in London. Delgado was also member of the Board of World Maritime University in Malmo, Sweden and she is Vice President of International Maritime Organization (IMO) Assembly. She is the President of New York University London Chapter and member of New York University Board as well as active member of Panama Bar Association, Panama Chamber of Commerce and Industries and Panama Association of Professional Executives. Ana Irene Delgado is currently a partner at Solis, Endara, Delgado & Guevara, where she manages the London Office.