Timothy Zúñiga-Brown arrived in Monterrey in August 2015 as Consul General and Principal Officer.
Prior to his posting in Monterrey, he served as the Coordinator for the Task Force on Unaccompanied Children in the Bureau for Western Hemisphere Affairs at the Department of State.
He also served as Deputy Chief of Mission at the United States embassies in Quito and Nassau. Before that, Mr. Zúñiga-Brown was the Team Leader of an embedded Provincial Reconstruction Team in Baghdad, supporting the U.S. Army’s 4th Brigade/1st Infantry Division.
Prior to this, he was Deputy Coordinator for Cuban Affairs in the Department of State. Other Foreign Service postings have included Political/Economic Counselor in Wellington, New Zealand and assignments as political officer in Lima, Peru, Pretoria, South Africa, and Havana, Cuba.
He was a Vice Consul in Panama City, Panama and Durban, South Africa. He has also served as deputy director in the Office of Southern European Affairs and as desk officer for the South Pacific.
He is a graduate of American University and the National War College. He is a native of Nevada.