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Global Business Initiative

A Conversation with Emanuel Gonzalez-Revilla

Monday, Feb 27, from 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Rafik Hariri Building
Room 415



The Stanton Distinguished Leaders series, the Undergraduate Program Office, and the Global Business Initiative present a conversation with Emanuel Gonzalez-Revilla, ambassador of the Republic of Panama to the United States since September 2014.

Prior to his appointment, Ambassador Gonzalez-Revilla was a renowned businessman with vast experience in a broad array of industries, founding and leading a range of successful endeavors in the private sector. Until 2014, the ambassador served as chairman and co-founder of Panama Power Holdings, Ltd., a clean energy venture, and Melones Oil Terminal, Inc., a full service fuel storage facility in the Pacific entrance of the Panama Canal, as well as vice chairman of Trader Tankers, Ltd., a premier barge and bunkering operation providing fuel to ships crossing the Panama Canal.

Born and raised in Panama City, Panama, Ambassador Gonzalez-Revilla was educated in the United States and holds a bachelor's degree in finance from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a master’s degree in accounting from the University of Miami.


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