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Dan Restrepo

Dan Restrepo

Dan Restrepo is a Founding Partner of Dinámica Americas where he provides strategic counsel at the intersection of policy, politics, communications, and law to those engaged in or exploring business, philanthropy, and public policy in the Americas and Spain.

Dan has advised senior leaders of a wide range of multinational companies and multilateral organizations; investors and investment funds; and philanthropists and foundations. He has worked at the highest levels of all three branches of the U.S. Federal government; has advised on Latin America and Latino issues in each of the past 6 U.S. presidential campaigns; worked on the presidential transitions in 2008-2009 and 2020-2021; and served as principal advisor to President Obama on issues related to Latin America, the Caribbean, and Canada on the National Security Council staff at the White House.


Insights by Dan

Dec 7, 2023

From COP28: Climate Migration, A Global Challenge

Immigration Nerds Podcast

On this episode of the Immigration Nerds Podcast, host Lauren Clarke is joined by Erickson Immigration Group Partner Hiba Anver and featured guests Dan Restrepo from Dinámica Americas and Erin Sikorsky from the Climate Migration Council to discuss the issue of climate migration.

Oct 20, 2023

A host community strategy for managing migration

EL PAÍS

To head off chaos, as part of a multipronged approach to manage and order migration, it is time for decisive action to stabilize migrant hosting communities throughout the Americas

Oct 20, 2023

Una estrategia para comunidades de acogida que ayude a gestionar la migración

EL PAÍS

Para hacer frente al caos hay que actuar con decisión con el propósito de estabilizar las comunidades de acogida de migrantes en todo el continente americano

May 2, 2023

To effectively manage migration — go bigger

EL PAÍS

With human mobility at historic levels around the world, including throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, the sense that migration cannot be brought under control is pervasive

Jan 10, 2023

US and Mexico: Consequential well beyond the border

EL PAÍS

With human mobility at historic levels around the world, including throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, the sense that migration cannot be brought under control is pervasive

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