Consul General of Mexico in Sacramento
Liliana Ferrer Silva was ratified by the Mexican Senate in March 2017 to be the new Consul General of México in Sacramento.
Ferrer Silva is a member of the Mexican Foreign Service since 1993. Prior to her appointment to Sacramento, Ferrer Silva was chancellery director at the Mexican Embassy in France. Earlier in her career, she was director of political affairs at the Mexican Embassy in the United States.
She holds bachelor’s degree in international relations from UC Davis and master’s degrees in international relations from UC San Diego.
In a significant historical coincidence, Ferrer Silva’s father, Ambassador Carlos Ferrer Argote, also served as Consul General of Mexico in Sacramento from October 1979 to November 1982.