May 28, 2024 May 31, 2024 In-Person

At the All Americas Summit, Mayors and Global Professionals Discuss Immigration Trends, and more.

Event Overview

San Antonio, United States – On Friday, May 31, Mayors Migration Council’s Director of City Policy and Advocacy Maggie Powers is moderating a panel at the All Americas Summit, hosted by Sister Cities International. During this panel, the participants will discuss immigration trends in the Americas and what cities are doing to embrace the movement of people throughout the Americas. 

The All Americas Summit brings together elected officials, citizen diplomats, and other key stakeholders from 35 countries across the Western Hemisphere and highlights the unique ways city-to-city partnerships can flourish.

Session Details: Immigration in the Americas

WHAT: A thoughtful moderated discussion with mayors and policy leaders on immigration trends in the Americas and how cities are reacting to the movement of people in the Americas. 

WHEN: Friday, May 31 at 10:45am CDT

WHERE: Henry B. Gonzáles Convention Center. 900 E Market St, San Antonio, TX; Room 6A-6D, River Level  


  • Ron Nirenberg, Mayor of San Antonio, Texas, USA
  • Eva Millona, Assistant Secretary for Partnership and Engagement, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, USA 
  • Gabriela Coelho Lemos, Senior Protection Officer, UN Refugee Agency, UNHCR, USA 
  • Mario D’Agostino, Deputy City Manager, City of El Paso, USA


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