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Clora Romo

Clorinda Romo

Senior Program Officer

Clorinda joined OGP in May 2022 as a Program Officer for OGP Local to support the Americas region, create a new approach to the capacity-building program for local reformers, and enhance the creation of a local community of practice around open government.

Previously, she co-founded Pase Usted, a Mexican NGO committed to spreading ideas and proposals to open a plural and inclusive discussion around the most relevant issues in the national agenda. In 2012, she joined Mexico City’s Government as part of the team founding the basis of the Laboratory for the City (Laboratorio para la Ciudad), the city’s government experimental arm, where she served as Executive Director of Planning and Creative Strategy. Before joining OGP, she worked as a consultant for international organizations and state governments in Mexico on the creation of participatory mechanisms for public policy development. 

Clorinda studied Architecture at the Universidad Iberoamericana. She is based in Mexico City. 

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Why Cities are at the Forefront of Openness

As we face challenges that affect our democracies the need to integrate a local perspective to identify innovative solutions to the most pressing issues cities face is more evident than ever.

America Abierta – OGP Local

From Regional to Local: Local Governments in the Americas

The period between September to November 2022 marks a crucial time for all the members of OGP and the open government community. Here we highlight key moments from Open Americas, hosted by Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic on September 26-29. 

Open Government Partnership