Esteban Andrade is the program and outreach manager at the Institute of Latin American Studies. As such, he manages research, public programming, outreach, and communications initiatives for the Lemann Center for Brazil Studies, the Cuban Program, the Center for Mexico and Central America, the Argentine Studies Program, the Greater Caribbean Studies Program, the Tinker Program, the Visiting Scholars Program, and the Faculty Research Grants Program.
Esteban received a BA in political science with a concentration in Latin American studies from Manhattanville College. As a Graduate Division of Arts and Sciences Fellowship Recipient, he earned an MA from St. John’s University, where he worked as a graduate research assistant at the Committee for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS). Prior to joining ILAS, Esteban worked as the regional program coordinator for Latin America and the Caribbean at Columbia’s International Research Institute for Climate and Society, where he helped create new partnerships with various academic and research institutions in Latin America, as well as develop project proposals for institutions such as the National Science Foundation, World Bank, and Inter-American Development Bank.