Daniel Jesus Chavez Moran is widely recognized for modernizing the Mexican tourism industry in the 1990s. Now retired, Chavez Moran now dedicates his time to his family, philanthropy and the support of educational programs.
Chavez Moran graduated with a degree in civil engineering from the Universidad de Guadalajara in Guadalajara, Jalisco. He founded his own company in 1974 at the age of 22 and soon opened the Paraiso Mazatlan resort. From that venture, Chavez Moran grew the Grupo Vidanta into a full-scale developer of five-star hotels and resorts. Daniel Chavez Moran retired from his executive duties at Grupo Vidanta in 2005.
This blog will contain periodic updates on the Grupo Vidanta Foundation, as well as updates concerning the other organizations that he has founded.
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The nonprofit Vidanta Foundation, founded by retired Mexican businessman and philanthropist Daniel Chavez Moran, promotes the analysis of Latin American international relations and strategies for a positive integration of the region in the global economy. Daniel Chavez Moran shares these … Continue reading
Daniel Chavez Moran, a retired entrepreneur and now philanthropist, understands the power of education. His founding of the Fundación Delia Moran A.C., in honor of his mother, a gifted school teacher, and his founding of the nonprofit Vidanta Foundation, are … Continue reading
Daniel Chavez Moran, philanthropist and retired developer of five-star hotels and resorts, and founder of the non-profit Vidanta Foundation, welcomes competitors and visitors from 42 countries to the Pan-American games, hosted Oct. 14-30, 2011, in Jalisco, Mexico. The games are … Continue reading
Daniel Chavez Moran, a retired developer of five-star hotels and resorts throughout Latin America, founded the non-profit Vidanta Foundation to support public policies that strengthen democracy, promote economic and social development, and further integrate Latin America into the global economy. … Continue reading
Daniel Chavez Moran, the son of a caring school teacher who dedicated her life to helping children overcome the destructive combination of ignorance and poverty, and the founder of Fundación Delia Moran A.C., which provides support for poverty-stricken children, understands … Continue reading
Daniel Chavez Moran, now retired from the development of hotels and resorts, founded the Vidanta Foundation in 2005, a philanthropic organization which actively promotes public policies that support economic growth, strengthening democracy, and the reduction of poverty, inequality and discrimination … Continue reading
Daniel Chavez Moran, a retired resort developer and philanthropist from Mexico, supports economic development and the growth of democracy throughout Latin America through his work with the Vidanta Foundation, a nonprofit organization he founded in 2005. Recent economic news published … Continue reading
Retired Mexican businessman Daniel Chavez Moran announces the winners of the 2011 Vidanta Foundation Prize for “Contributions to the Reduction of Poverty and Inequality in Latin America and the Caribbean,” cosponsored by the Organization of American States (OAS), the Ibero-American … Continue reading
Daniel Chavez Moran created Fundación Delia Moran A.C. in 2002 in honor of his mother, a dedicated and caring schoolteacher, to provide assistance to children ages 6 to 12 whose day-to-day life is a struggle to survive in a battle … Continue reading
Retired luxury vacation real estate developer Daniel Chavez Moran is now focused on his philanthropic work through the non-profit Vidanta Foundation, but he recognizes that the global economy connects Mexico to Manhattan in the United States. Chavez Moran read with … Continue reading