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Council of the Americas

ORGANIZATION

"The Council of the Americas exists to help our member companies achieve their business goals throughout the Americas. We believe that our networking, programming and advocacy are unique business tools in a region that offers enormous opportunities, but also considerable risks. Simply put, the Council is in the business of helping our members successfully navigate the challenges that are generated by a diverse region that stretches from Canada, through Mexico and the Caribbean, to Argentina."

Official Website:
http://www.americas-society.org/coa/

Location:
New York City

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jose Armario
Business
c. 1959   President, McDonalds Canada & Latin America
Rita V. Foley
Business
c. 1954   Former VP, MeadWestVaco
Edward G. Galante
Business
c. 1951   Former Exxon Mobil VP
Donald D. Humphreys
Business
c. 1949   Senior VP at Exxon Mobil
Thomas E. McNamara
Diplomat
1940   US Ambassador to Colombia, 1988-91
Robert A. Mosbacher, Jr.
Business
29-May-1951   CEO of OPIC, 2005-09
William Thornton Pryce
Diplomat
19-Jul-1932 11-Jul-2006 US Ambassador to Honduras, 1993-96
Susan Kaufman Purcell
Scholar
c. 1941   Center for Hemispheric Study
Otto J. Reich
Diplomat
16-Oct-1945   US Ambassador to Venezuela, 1986-89
William R. Rhodes
Business
15-Aug-1935   Vice Chairman of Citigroup
David Rockefeller
Business
12-Jun-1915   Founder of the Trilateral Commission
Anne Stevens
Business
c. 1948   CEO of Carpenter Technology
Alberto Weisser
Business
26-Jun-1955   CEO of Bunge


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