SSobre el evento
Description: Opening event. The Dominican flag is raised in the presence of the diplomatic corps, delegation arriving from the Dominican Republic, Dominicans living in the area and other local personalities. After the usual speeches, breakfast is provided to share different points of views on issues at hand.
Speaker: José Tomás Pérez, Ambassador of the Dominican Republic in the U.S.
Ambassador's Residence, 2930 Edgevale Terrace NW, Washington, DC 20008
Nota: Pick up at 8:00 AM. Renaissance Nine Street hotel.
Description: The Dominican foreign Minister will give a review of the international commercial development of the Dominican Republic. Will indicate current opportunities, projections and international cooperation with regional nation states.
Speaker: Miguel Vargas Maldonado, Foreign Minister of the Dominican Republic
US Chamber of Commerce 1615 H Street, N.W., Washington, DC 20062-2000. Lee Anderson room
- Diego Molano, Senior Advisor, Interamerican Deveopment Bank
Jose Del Castillo, President of the Board, INTOTEL.
Maria Waleska Alvarez. Presidente Comité TIC Amcham & Presidente Ejecutiva NAP del Caribe
CR-2, Centro de Conferencias Enrique V. Iglesias, 1330 New York Ave., NW Washington, DC
Charlie Palmer Steak, 101 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001
Nota: Pick up at 7:00 PM. Renaissance Nine Street hotel.
Interamerican Development Bank (IDB) Atrium 1300 New York Ave. N.W., Washington DC
Nota: Pick up at 10:30 AM. Renaissance Nine Street hotel.
Description: Squire Patton Boggs brings together top experts to provide a brief analysis on the new government administration profile as well as expectations in the areas of Foreign Policy, Commercial policy, Energy, Immigration.
- Introduction: Ambassador Frank Wisner, Partner Squire Patton Boggs
- Claudio Loser, CEO Centenial Group Latin America
- Juan Carlos Hidalgo, Policy Analyst, Latin America CATO Institute
- Michael Shifter, Executive President Inter-American Dialogue
- Roberto Izurieta, the Director of Latin American Projects, George Washington University
Moderator: Willie Lora, President, LORAMEDIA Consulting LLC
Squire Patton Boggs, 2550 M Street, NW, Washington, DC 20037
Description: Best practices in combatting corruption
Speaker / Panelists:
- Michelle Morales, Deputy Director, Office of Policy and Legislation (OPL), Department of Justice.
DOJ at 1301 New York Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20530
Description: Each year, after submitting a list of candidates to the Dominican Week Organizing Committee, members of the Diaspora who deserve to be honored with an award for having excelled in an area of activity, are selected. The event includes a formal ceremony and a final cocktail in which some typical products of the Dominican Republic are presented for tasting. Members of the government, congressional and other public institutions, multilateral organizations and diplomatic missions, plus entrepreneurs and professionals, involved with the Dominican Republic, attend this event.
List of Individuals being recognized:
- Zenaida Méndez, President of the National Organization for Women
- Melvin Cintrón, Director Regional, Organización de Aviación Civil Internacional
Ambassador's Residence, 2930 Edgevale Terrace NW, Washington, DC 20008
Nota: Pick up at 6:30 PM. Renaissance Nine Street hotel.
Description: The Dominican Foreign Minister provides a review of the foreign policy in the Dominican Republic and a Panel on experts on Western Hemisphere affairs provides some insights on regional projections and expectations with regards to US foreign policy in the region vis a vis other regions of the world.
Key Speaker: Miguel Vargas Maldonado, Foreign Minister of the Dominican Republic
- Erick D. Langer, Professor of History in the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University
- Fr. Matthew Carnes, S.J., associate professor in the Department of Government and the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, and Director of the Center for Latin American Studies.
Mortara Center for International Studies 3600 N Street NW, 36th St NW, Washington, DC 20007Washington, D.C.
Nota: Pick up at 8:00 PM. Renaissance Nine Street hotel.
Description: Discussion: Gallup experts will show us a set of metrics and their applications on ten years of tracking on the D.R. The new metrics pertain towards the categories of well-being or ‘happiness’ as the U.N. calls them.
Speaker: Jon Clifton, Managing Partner, Executive Committee Member, Gallup
Great Hall Gallup, 901 F St. NW, Washington, DC 20004
Description: The authors of “Doing Business” will present the results of the 2017 report. They will identify the obstacles R.D. faces and how other countries in Latin America deal with similar obstacles, to improve the indicators and the process of collecting information for annual reports. Will be provided with best practices at the regional level and how to pursue these. The objective of this session is to have a frank, and “to the point” discussion on how the Dominican delegation can work towards a positive impact on the DR score and ranking.
- Marialisa Motta, Gerente de Comercio y Competitividad para Latinoamérica y el Caribe del Grupo Banco Mundial.
Alice Ouedraogo, Senior Private Sector Specialist with the WBG’s Trade and Competitiveness Global Practice.
Erick Tjong, Analyst on Starting a Business.
IFC, F Building , 2121 Pennsylvania Ave NW. Washington, DC
Nota: Pick up at 2:15 PM. Renaissance Nine Street hotel.
Description: CITI will provide expert assessments on the Trump administration policies to date and the projected impacts on investments and trade for the Dominican Republic and the region.
- John Emling, Managing Director, Head, Federal Government Affairs
- Charles R. Johnston, Managing Director, International Government Affairs
CITI, 1101 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Washington, DC
CITI terrace, 1101 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Washington, DC
Renaissance Nine Street hotel.
Nota: Transportation available. Pick up at 7:00 AM. Renaissance Nine Street hotel.
Development Plan for Northern Manhattan: AMCHAMDR-Dominican Week, Consulate General of the Dominican Republic in NY, Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez, Congressman Adriano Espaillat, State Senator Marisol Alcantara, Assemblywoman Carmen De La Rosa, Councilman Mark Levine, including a group of Selected Investors and influential members from the diaspora.
- Consulate of the Dominican Republic
- Adriano Espaillat, U.S. Congressman
- Ydanis Rodriguez, NYC Councilman
- Marisol Alcantara, NYS Senator
- Carmen De La Rosa, NYS Assemblywoman
- Dr. Joseph Barba
- Alicia Glen, NYC Deputy Mayor for Housing and Economic Development
Taboga Restaurant. 421 West 202nd Street. NY, NY 10034
Collaborator: Dominicans on Wall Street (DOWS)
- César Dargam, Director of Dirección de Comercio Exterior (DICOEX), D.R
- Hamlet Hermann Morero, Gerente General y Vicepresidente Ejecutivo, Bolsa de Valores de la República Dominicana (BVRD)
- Jorge Pastrana, Economist for Central America and the Caribbean, Citi
- Hanessian, Partner, Baker & Makenzi
Moderator: Josefa Sicard Mirabal, President DOWS
Baker McKenzie, 452 5th Avenue
Description: Each year, after submitting a list of candidates to the Dominican Week Organizing Committee, members of the Diaspora who deserve to be honored with an award for having excelled in the judicature or law area, are selected.
- Rita Mella Febles
- Mario Sturla Guerra
Baker McKenzie, 452 5th Avenue
9:15AM-9:30AM Citi Intelligence-led Video
9:30AM-9:45AM Daily Brief Call
9:45AM-10:15AM CSFC Overview
10:15AM-10:30AM Video Wall Walk
10:30AM-10:45AM Malware Lab
10:45AM-11:00AM Spear Phish Malware Demo
283 King George Rd, Building “E”, Warren, NJ 07059
Nota: Transportation available. Pick up at 8:00 AM. New York Marriott Marquis hotel
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Consulate of the Dominican Republic, 1501 Broadway #410, New York, NY 10036
Transporte disponible todos los días a primera hora.
Tren Amtrak 2104, sale desde Washington DC (Washington - Union Station, DC (WAS)) hasta New York (New York - Penn Station, NY (NYP)) el 11 de mayo de 2017 a las 8am
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Josefa Sicard Mirabal, Esq.Adjunct Professor of Law; Independent Arbitrator
Cesar Roberto Dargam EspaillatPresidente de la Fundación Reiventa RD
Jorge PastranaDirector y Economista en Jefe para Centroamérica, el Caribe y Chile.
José Tomás PérezAmbassador of the Dominican Republic in the U.S.
Miguel Vargas MaldonadoMinistro de Relaciones Exteriores
Diego MolanoSenior Advisor, Interamerican Deveopment Bank
José Del Castillo SaviñónPresidente del Consejo de Directores del INDOTEL
Frank WisnerAmbassador, Partner Squire Patton Boggs
Claudio LoserCEO Centennial Group Latin America
Juan Carlos HidalgoPolicy Analyst, Latin America CATO Institute
Michael ShifterExecutive President Inter-American Dialogue
Roberto IzurietaThe Director of Latin American Projects, George Washington University
Willie LoraPresident, LORAMEDIA Consulting LLC
Zenaida MéndezPresident of the National Organization for Women
Melvin CintrónDirector Regional, Organización de Aviación Civil Internacional
Erick D. LangerProfesor de Historia, Escuela de Servicio Extranjero Georgetown University
Fr. Matthew Carnes, S.J.Profesor Asociado, Departamento de Gobierno, Escuela de Servicio Extranjero Georgetown University
Jon CliftonManaging Partner, Executive Committee Member, Gallup
Marialisa MottaGerente de Comercio y Competitividad para Latinoamérica y el Caribe del Grupo Banco Mundial.
Alice OuedraogoSenior Private Sector Specialist with the WBG’s Trade and Competitiveness Global Practice.
Erick TjongAnalyst on Starting a Business.
Adriano EspaillatU.S. Congressman
Ydanis RodriguezNYC Councilman
Marisol AlcantaraNYS Senator
Carmen De La RosaNYS Assemblywoman
Alicia GlenNYC Deputy Mayor for Housing and Economic Development
Hamlet Hermann MoreroGerente General y Vicepresidente Ejecutivo, Bolsa de Valores de la República Dominicana (BVRD)
Grant HanessianPartner, Baker & McKenzie
Rita Mella Febles
Charles R. JohnstonManaging Director, International Government Affairs
John EmlingManaging Director Head, Federal Government Affairs
Javier SaadeMember of SupportPay, Board Member of Harvard’s Rock Center for Entrepreneurship
Dr. Joseph BarbaProfessor of electrical engineering at the Grove School of Engineering at the City College of New York
Hon. Carlos A. CastilloCónsul General de la República Dominicana
MARIA WALESKA ALVAREZMiembro
ROBERTO HERRERAPresidente del cómite organizador, Director Ejecutivo CEPM
LAURA MATOSCoordinadora Semana Dominicana
Alejandro Peña PrietoMiembro
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