Zoe Dauth is a program manager at the Americas Society/Council of the Americas in Washington, DC, where she collaborates with the diplomatic and business communities to advance public policies on trade and investment promotion throughout the hemisphere. In her role she leads the development of the Council’s Healthcare Series and the Young Professionals of the Americas’ DC network.
Prior to AS/COA, Dauth was Latin America strategy adviser to the vice-president of Global Engagement at the University of Melbourne from 2011 to 2014. She led the design and implementation of the inaugural Australia-Brazil Dialogue in São Paulo and the Melbourne Latin American Dialogue. In recognition of her contributions to the Chilean community in Victoria, Australia, she was awarded a Foreign Merit by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Chile.
Dauth is a graduate of the master's program of Latin American Studies and the Landegger Program in International Business Diplomacy at Georgetown University. At Georgetown University, she was president of the Latin American Graduate Organization and co-president of Georgetown Women in International Affairs. She holds a bachelor of arts (Honors) from the University of Melbourne. She has served on nonprofit boards as director of the Australia Brazil Chamber of Commerce, and councilor for the Australian Institute of International Affairs.