Daniel Chavez Moran: Recognizing Harvard Advisor

Daniel Chavez Moran recognizes Harvard advisor Dr. Jorge I. Domínguez.The Vidanta Foundation, a non-profit institution founded by Mexican philanthropist Daniel Chavez Moran , is focused on strategies for a positive integration of the Latin American region in the global economy.

Along with the internationally recognized Dr. Roberto Russell, president of the Vidanta Foundation, an equally esteemed advisory  committee helps to guide the work of the Foundation.

The committee includes Dr. Jorge I. Domínguez, the Antonio Madero Professor for the Study of Mexico, vice provost for international affairs, special advisor for international studies to the dean of the faculty of arts and sciences, and chairman of the Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies at Harvard University.

Along with numerous awards, distinctions and publications, among notable recent works is “Contemporary U.S.-Latín American Relations. Cooperation or Conflict in the 21st Century,” edited by Dr. Domínguez and Rafael Fernández de Castro. This book, from a project funded by the Vidanta Foundation, brings together a collection of essays on the relations of various countries in the region with the U.S. in the last decade.

Related posts: Philanthropist Daniel Chavez Moran on building Mexico’s growth opportunities and Daniel Chavez Moran on the Vidanta Foundation’s affiliated institutions.

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About danielchavezmoran

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.
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