Chamber of Deputies - Argentine National Congress
Nicolás Massot is a politician and economist from Argentina. He represents Córdoba (the second most populated province in the country) at the Chamber of Deputies of the Argentine National Congress, where he was also the majority leader for President Mauricio Macri’s party, Propuesta Republicana (PRO). 31 years old when elected in December 2015, he is the youngest majority leader in Argentine history. After working in corporate finance in the shipping industry for four years, he joined PRO in 2011 and served as General Director of Political Reform in the Buenos Aires City Government. He simultaneously joined Macri’s 2015 presidential campaign team, leading campaign efforts in Córdoba Province. Nicolás founded and currently leads the Parliamentary Friendship Group with Africa, based on his profound belief in South-South cooperation. After traveling for a year through over a dozen African countries in 2010, he continues to hone his knowledge of the continent’s potential and complementarity with Argentina. Nicolás holds a degree in economics with a minor in history from Universidad Torcuato di Tella and Université de Paris IX (Dauphine).