Ana Iparraguirre is Vice-president and Director of the Latin American office of Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research. Her experience on campaigns in the United States and her deep knowledge of Latin American politics provides a unique service to her clients at the firm. Iparraguirre advised candidates for President, Governor and Mayor throughout seven countries in Latin America - including Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Venezuela, Honduras, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico. She also led public opinion research for international organizations in Haiti and Peru.
During the election cycles of 2006 and 2008 in the United States, Iparraguirre led the firm's work for Democracy Corps - a think tank that conducts public opinion research and advises progressive organizations. The work of Democracy Corps played a fundamental role in the Democratic Party's legislative victory of 2006 and the presidential campaign of President Barack Obama in 2008. Iparraguirre is also an expert moderator of focus groups and has led the firm's extensive work with the Latino community in the United States with a special focus on immigration.
Before joining Greenberg Quinlan Rosner, Iparraguirre was an analyst at Ipsos where she led multi-country studies for The Associated Press and provided strategic advice for political candidates in Puerto Rico.
Iparraguirre has an MA in Political Management from The George Washington University and a BA in Political Science from the University of San Andrés in Buenos Aires, Argentina.