The Alliance for Responsible Cuba Policy Foundation

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Alliance for Responsible Cuba Policy Foundation

Board of Directors

Circa 2010;[1]

  • Honorable Beryl F. Anthony, Jr., Partner, Sundquist Anthony House of Representatives (1978-1992)
  • Reverend Joan B. Campbell, Director, Department of Religion Chautauqua institution Chautauqua, New York
  • Dr. Ruth Cowan, Founding President, Pro Mujer New York, New York
  • Honorable Dennis DeConcini, Parry, Romani, DeConcini, & Symms United States Senate (1977-1995)
  • Steven M. Ellman, Chairman & CEO, The Ellman Companies and Phoenix Coyotes Hockey Phoenix, Arizona
  • Albert A. Fox, Jr., Co-founder, Access Management, Inc. Bethesda, Maryland. Commissioner, Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Commission (1990-1992)
  • John L. Macdonald, Chairman, JLM Industries, Inc. Tampa, Florida
  • Honorable Bruce A. Morrison , Chairman, Morrison Public Affairs Group, House of Representatives (1983-1991)
  • Honorable John Ray, Partner, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP District of Columbia City Council (1979- 1997)
  • Daniel F. Sansone, Senior Vice President & CFO, Vulcan Materials Company Birmingham, Alabama
  • Honorable Walter J. Stewart, Griffin, Johnson, Dover & Stewart, Secretary of the United States Senate (1987-1994)
  • Honorable David A. Starz, Jr., Ambassador at Large and Honorary Consulate General Republic of Liberia Tampa, Florida
  • Honorable Steve Symms, Parry, Romani, DeConcini, & Symms United States Senate (1981-1993 House of Representatives (1973-1981)
  • James R. Wickert, President & CEO, The Wickert Group Dallas, Texas
  • Honorable Alexander B. Trowbridge (deceased, 1929-2006), President, Trowbridge Partners, Inc. President, National Association of Manufacturers (1980-1990)
  • Joshua M. Freeman (deceased, 1983-1991), Chairman & CEO, Carl M. Freeman Companies Olney, Maryland

United States/Cuba Educational Seminar June, 27th 2009

The Alliance for Responsible Cuba Policy Foundation announced a United States/Cuba educational seminar,"Rapprochment with Cuba: Good for Tampa Bay, Good for Florida, Good for America." The seminar took place on June, 27th 2009 at The Italian Club in Ybor City.

Speakers included:[2]

  • Mr. Fernand Amandi, Vice President of Sergio Bendixen, a national polling firm
  • Ambassador Jorge Bolanos, Chief of the Cuban Interests Section (by video teleconference)
  • United StatesCongressman Bill Delahunt, (D-MA)author of "Travel Bill in the United States Congress"
  • Alfredo Duran Esq. Veteran of the Bay of Pigs
  • Dr. Wayne Smith, professor John Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland and the former Chief of Mission at the American Interests Section in Havana, Cuba

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