Javier Treviño, CEO of Mexico’s Consejo Coordinador Empresarial (Business Coordinating Council), has signed on as a senior advisor at the Latin American practice of FTI Consulting’s strategic communications unit.
Prior to his appointment to the CCE, he was a member of Mexico’s Congress. He also served as the country’s deputy foreign minister, deputy education minister, deputy finance minister for administration and spokesperson at the US embassy.
"Over the last three years, Javier has had a front-row seat to all the major unfolding policy, political and regulatory issues that materially impact the business sector in the country,” said Pablo Zárate, a senior managing director in FTI’s stratcomm segment.
Before his government work, Treviño was senior VP for corporate communications and PA at CEMEX, a building materials giant that has operations in more than 50 countries.