Andrés Rozental was the founding president of the Mexican Council on Foreign Relations and is currently a member ex officio of its governing body. He is a senior policy advisor at Chatham House, member of the International Institute for Strategic Studies’ Council, and sits on the operating board of the Centre for International Governance Innovation. He served as deputy foreign minister of Mexico (1988–94), ambassador to Sweden (1983–88), permanent representative of Mexico to the United Nations in Geneva (1982–83), and ambassador to the United Kingdom (1995–1997), as well as in various responsibilities within the Mexican foreign affairs secretariat and abroad. Since 1994, he has held the lifetime rank of eminent Ambassador of Mexico.
He is an independent board member of Ocean Wilson Holdings and Wilson Sons (Brazil) and HSBC Bank in Mexico. He holds advisory positions with Toyota, Brookfield Asset Management, Ingredion, Almex, and AT&T. He is president of his own consulting firm, Rozental & Asociados, which advises multinational companies on their corporate strategies in Latin America. He is also the author of four books on Mexican foreign policy. Rozental obtained his professional degree in international relations from the Universidad de las Américas in Mexico, and his MA in international economics from the University of Pennsylvania.