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Denise Dresser (Denise Eugenia Dresser Guerra) was born on 22 January, 1963 in Mexico City, Mexico, is a Mexican writer, and university professor. Discover Denise Dresser's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?

Popular As Denise Eugenia Dresser Guerra
Occupation Political Scientist, writer, journalist, professor
Age 58 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 22 January 1963
Birthday 22 January
Birthplace Mexico City, Mexico
Nationality Mexican

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Her husband is John Edwar Fleming (m. ?–2012)

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Denise Dresser has a degree in international relations at El Colegio de México (May-2020: no evidence was found of having completed the degree), and master's and doctorate in political science at Princeton University. She is a specialist in political science and is a professor at the prívate college Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM) where she has taught courses on contemporary Mexican politics and comparative politics since 1991. She is the author of numerous articles about contemporary Mexican politics and relations between Mexico-United States. In 2009 she won the National Journalism Award in the category of Best feature article with "Open letter to Carlos Slim", along with journalist Carmen Aristegui and writer Carlos Monsiváis, the award is presented annually by the City Council of National Award Journalism "under the premises of autonomy, independence, impartiality, plurality and responsibility".


As a journalist, Dresser writes a column in the newspaper Reforma and the weekly Proceso. She has published in the newspaper La Opinion in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Times and The New York Times. She has been commentator and host of the news program Detrás de la noticia and a host of Entre versiones in Channel 40. She participated in other television shows like El cristal con que se mira of Victor Trujillo. She has also been policy analyst in the politics table of Radio Monitor with Jose Gutierrez Vivo. She was a weekly commentator on W Radio. Until 2015, she participated in the politics table with Carmen Aristegui. She anchored El país de uno in CONACULTA Channel 22.


In 2011 she participated expressing an opinion on the film De panzazo, where she talks about the education in Mexico. She is coordinator of the book Cries and Whispers: Untimely experiences of 38 women and produced the television series of the book. She is also the coordinator of Cries and Whispers II: Untimely experiences of 39 other women. She wrote, in collaboration with the novelist Jorge Volpi, Mexico: what every citizen would want (not) to know about his homeland, a satirical vision of the Mexican political system. Aguilar published her book Our country: reflections to understand and change Mexico, in which she proposed her ideas based on ten points to transform the country.


Denise Eugenia Dresser Guerra (born 22 January 1963) is a Mexican writer,and university professor. She is currently a faculty member of the Department of Political Science at the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM), columnist in Proceso magazine, editorial writer for the newspaper Reforma, and participates in "La Hora De Opinar" TV Forum. She was awarded with the Legion of Honor of the French Republic in the rank of Knight, the highest distinction awarded by the French government to citizens and foreigners, for her defense of freedom of expression and human rights. She has been named by Forbes magazine as one of the most powerful women in Mexico and one of the 50 most influential women in Twitter.