Left for the 41st Hemispheric Congress
CAMACOL: Working to Promote our Members and Partners Across our Community and the Global Scene
New Trustee Member
CAMACOL welcomes to our new Trustee Member, who will also accompany us as Sponsor in our 41 Hemispheric Congress to be held between June 2 and 5, 2020.
Meeting between CAMACOL and the delegation of Puerto Barrios, Guatemala
Thursday, February 6, 2020
CAMACOL’s President, José Luis Chi, accompanied by the Hon. Wifredo “Willy” Gort, President of the Hemispheric Congress; Italo Torrese, Vice President of CAMACOL; Julián Linares, Secretary of CAMACOL; and, Patricia Arias, Executive Director of CAMACOL, assisted by Estefania Loredo; met with a delegation headed by the Hon. Hugo Sarceño, Mayor of Puerto Barrios, Guatemala, accompanied by businessmenn of that city, and Marco Antonio Muralles, Guatemala’s Commercial Attaché, to discuss the development of the city of Puerto Barrios and a mutually beneficial partnership with CAMACOL.
The following topics were addressed :
1. Bringing a delegation from Puerto Barrios to the 41st Hemispheric Congress of June, 2020:
The mayor of Puerto Barrios was interested in the proposal of CAMACOL to participate in the Hemispheric Congress, where they will have the possibility of not only bringing a delegation to participate in the business conferences, but also to take advantage of the opportunity to promote the gastronomy and culture of this City at the event.
2. Project 440
The city of Puerto Barrios has an ambitious development plan, called “Project 440”, in which both public and private sector would participate to completely remodel the port city.
3. Airport and Port
Mayor Sarceño shared with CAMACOL his plans of establishing an international airport in the city of Puerto Barrios with the purpose of increasing tourism through the use of white sand beaches, archaeological finds, among many other major attractions. CAMACOL explained to the Mayor that in order to reach this goal, it would first be necessary to increase the volume of visitors to that city, since airlines require a minimum of occupants for each flight.
Regarding the Port of Miami, the Executive Director, Patricia Arias, offered Mayor Sarceño to facilitate a sister port agreement between Port of Miami and Port Barrios. Director Arias adds that Port of Miami can offer technical assistance to the Puerto Barrios’s Port as part of the agreement.
President Joe Chi with Miami City Commissioner Ken Russell
Staff of United Way and Jewish Community Center
PChi with Alliance for Aging CEO Max Rothman. The Alliance for Aging is a private, not-for-profit agency part of a nationwide network of more than 650 Area Agencies on Aging and Elderly Healthcare.
CAMACOL participated National 211 Day celebration with the United Way, and the Jewish Community Services
On February 11th, Joe Chi, President of the Latin Chamber of Commerce, CAMACOL participated in a National 211 Day celebration with the United Way, and the Jewish Community Services at the Palm Court, in Miami Design District. The event recognized and honored National 211 major funders and key community partners who have made an invaluable impact throughout years of partnership with the National 211 system.
The United Way was founded in 1887 and is a privately-funded nonprofit. The United Way network is made up of nearly 1,800 autonomous 501c3 organizations, each governed and funded locally. The network spans more than 40 countries and territories and 6 continents. It serves 61 million people across the globe, fueled by 2.9 million volunteer and 8.3 million donors.
Since 1920, Jewish Community Services provides exemplary social services through compassionate and comprehensive programs that help people stay healthy and productive. By partnering with funding agencies such as the United Way, sister organizations and local business leaders, JCS continuously strengthens and solidifies its outreach and its impact through three divisions: Children & Youth Services, Adult & Family Services as well as Senior Support Services.
Orador principal Ex Presidente de Costa Rica Luis Guillermo Solís
Presidente Joe Chi y Vice Presidente Ítalo Torrese con Ex Presidente Luis Guillermo Solis de Costa Rica
Presidente Joe Chi y Vice Consul General del Peru J. David Hurtado con Ex Presidente Luis Guillermo Solis de Costa Rica
Presidente Joe Chi, Vice Presidente Italo Torrese, Vice Consul General del Peru J. David Hurtado con Presidente Juan Manuel Pacheco Zeballos de Cesar Vallejo College-Florida USA
Presidente Joe Chi, Vice Presidente Italo Torrese, Vice Consul General del Peru J. David Hurtado con Presidente Juan Manuel Pacheco Zeballos, Directora Ejecutiva Vicky di Colloredo-Mel y Admissions Director Arturo E. Enamorado de Cesar Vallejo College-Florida USA
CAMACOL participa en el Segundo Congreso Internacional de la Gestión Pública en Miami
Febrero de 2020
El Presidente Joe Chi y el Vice Presidente Italo Torrese de la CAMACOL tuvieron el honor de participar en la Inauguración del II Congreso Internacional de Gestión Pública en la sede de Keiser University en Miami.
El Segundo Congreso Internacional de Gestión Pública trató el reto de gobernar pensando en las futuras generaciones.
Después del éxito alcanzado en el Primer Congreso Internacional de Gestión Pública que congregó a diversos especialistas del continente en fructíferos días de diálogo y aprendizaje interdisciplinario, reflexionando sobre la necesidad de promover el eficiente manejo y administración de los recursos de todos. Esto implica actualización, esfuerzo, constancia, preparación, y fortalecimiento de todas nuestras capacidades y competencias.
En ese sentido, Cesar Vallejo College, por segundo año consecutivo, apuesto por generar espacios para la reflexión sobre los retos y desafíos que afronta la gestión pública en la perspectiva de las futuras generaciones.