Special Town Hall Event
“Peru’s Economic Development
Growth and Opportunities”
POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Presented by Chamber of the Americas and Metro State University College of Business
Roland Denegri, Consul General of Peru in Denver
Mr. Denegri is a minister in the Diplomatic Service of Peru. He graduated from the Catholic University of Peru and from the Peruvian Diplomatic Academy. He also has a Master’s Degree in Public International Law from the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom.
He currently holds the position of Consul General of Peru in Denver with a jurisdiction of nine states (Colorado, Utah, Idaho, New Mexico, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, and Wyoming). He has been working at the Mission of Peru to the European Union and Embassy of Peru in Belgium and is Counselor and Minister Counselor at the Embassy of Peru in Argentina.
At the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Denegri held several positions, including Third Secretary at the South American Department and MERCOSUR, First Secretary and Head of the Chile Division of the South American Department, and Adviser to the Cabinet of the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Gilberto “Gil” Cisneros, Chairman and CEO, Chamber of the Americas and its Foundation President
Under Mr. Cisneros, leadership and vision COTA and its Foundation continues to grow as a vibrant, well-positioned global organization. Over the last 27 years he has been tireless in his pursuit of harmony and economic empowerment and justice throughout the International Community. COTA is now embarking on a new and exciting journey to heal a Divided Nation and International Community, creating a society for the greater good of all humanity.
Dr. David Conde, President of North America, COTA
Dr. Conde is senior consultant to COTA, bringing 34 plus years of experience in developing and conducting international programs in Europe, Mexico, Central and South America in the public and private sectors. In addition, he currently serves as President of the Board of Directors of East Migrant Head Start Project with 40 education centers for migrant children in 14 states along the east coast and the south.
MC and Moderator:
Tony Bottagaro, Special Advisor to COTA and its Foundation on National and International Affairs
Mr. Bottagaro is a Seasoned Executive, Acclaimed Speaker, Bestselling Author, Playwright, Stage Performer and Storyteller. For over 40 years, he has taken his message “To Create A World More Human and More Divine,” to many sectors of society, including the State Department, United Nations, and an audience with Pope John Paul II at the Vatican.
Location: Tivoli Building (Room TIV 640), Auraria Campus, Denver, Colorado
Parking is complimentary. After registration, you will receive a complimentary parking validation code that will be good for any of the garages/lots listed in BLUE on the Auraria Campus parking map. To view and/or print the map, click here.
Participation fee: $35.00 members; $45.00 nonmembers. Advance payment is appreciated.
Cancellation Policy: 24 hours before the event
Sponsors: Chamber of the Americas, Chamber of the Americas Foundation, El Pomar Foundation, Grupo Cisneros Internacional, BizWest