Asistente de Gestión y Recursos Humanos
Tábata Nayaj Rodríguez Talamás
Tabata es originaria de Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, México, un pueblo fronterizo cerca del sur de Texas. Actualmente funge como Asistente para la Sección de Visas de No Inmigrante en el Consulado General de Estados Unidos en Nuevo Laredo. Se desempeñó como Asistente de Gestión y Recursos Humanos para la Oficina de Asuntos Antinarcóticos y Aplicación de la Ley (INL por sus siglas en inglés), en la Embajada de los Estados Unidos en la Ciudad de México durante el 2019 al 2022. Licenciatura con doble especialización: Ciencias Políticas e Literatura Española, magna cum laude por Texas A&M International University. Becada de idiomas por Middlebury College para continuar sus estudios de francés en el verano de 2019. Maestría en Desarrollo Internacional por IE Univeristy (graduación en julio de 2023). ---------- Tabata was born and raised in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, MX., a border-town near South Texas. She studied all her way through high school in Nuevo Laredo, and decided to go to Laredo, Texas for college (across the border). For four years, she commuted from Nuevo Laredo to Laredo on a daily basis to her alma mater, Texas A&M International University (TAMIU) graduating magna cum laude. During her time in college, she received several awards and honorific mentions such as the Global Citizen Award, TAMIU Student Success Scholars, Instituto de los Mexicanos en el Exterior (IME) Becas, and The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi to mention some of the most memorable. Right before graduating, she received a Language Fellowship from Middlebury College to keep her French studies in language in the summer of 2019. With a passion for understanding the complexities of politics, cultural exchange, and international trade, Tabata earned a bachelor’s degree with a double major in Political Science and Spanish Literature. She will start a Master’s in International Development, joining the cohort of September 2022 of IE University in Madrid, Spain. She served as a Management Assistant to the International Narcotics and Law Enforcement (NL) Agency at the U.S. Embassy in Mexico City, where she received a Mision Honor Award for her outstanding customer service. Currently, Tabata works as an NIV Clerk in the U.S. Consulate General in Nuevo Laredo. She describes herself as a passionate person who enjoys the challenges that life has to offer –always bringing in a strong dedication and positive attitude. She hopes one day she can give back to her community and be the voice of those that do not have one.