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US-Panama Business Council


"The US-Panama Business Council was created to foster business opportunities and understanding between the two countries, especially since the Canal administration transferred to Panama, which has in effect changed the traditional relationship."

Board members (US Chapter) as of October 2006: Chairman Eugene C. Renzi, Honorary President H. E. Federico Humbert, Vice Chairman J. J. Vallarino, Jr., President Juan B. Sosa, Executive VP Margaret de Sosa. Board Members: Dr. Francisco Aguirre, Nick Antonelli, Michael D. Barnes, Linda Boyd-Jones, Everett Briggs, C. Thomas Burke, Joseph Cornelison, Susan Davis, Frank Fahrenkopf, Jr., J. Michael Farrell, Kenneth Juster, Robert R. McMillan, Ambler Moss, Joseph Reeder, Peter Ripp, Rodney Slater, Linda E. Watt, Albert Zapanta.

Board Members (Panama Chapter) as of October 2006: Chairman Emeritus J. J. Vallarino, Jr., Honorary President William Eaton, President Roberto Dominguez, Vice President Glen Champion, Secretary Digna Donado, Treasurer Eusebio A. Morales, Past President Ricardo Eskildsen. Board Members: Felix Carles, Francisco Conto, Jose Angel Delvalle, Enrique de Obarrio, Mario de Diego, Giovanni Ferrari, Thomas Kenna, Herzel Levy, Walter T. Luchsinger, Luis Navarro, Natasha Sucre. Executive Director Enrique J. Sosa, Assistant Director Belgica Vargas.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael D. Barnes
3-Sep-1943   Congressman from Maryland, 1979-87
Everett Briggs
6-Apr-1934   US Ambassador to Portugal, 1990-93
Frank Fahrenkopf
28-Aug-1939   CEO, American Gaming Association
Eugene C. Renzi
16-Dec-1933 9-Feb-2008 Army Maj. Gen., ManTech VP
Rodney Slater
23-Feb-1955   US Secretary of Transportation, 1997-2001
Linda E. Watt
c. 1951   US Ambassador to Panama, 2002-05

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