Latin American Board

Latin American Board

The Latin American Board (LAB) serves as an advisory board to the president and provost of Georgetown University for Latin American engagement. Managed by a volunteer board of directors comprised of the region’s most influential leaders from the public, private, and non-profit sectors, the LAB seeks to develop and strengthen the relationship between the university and Latin America through partnerships and the execution of high impact initiatives on campus and in the region.

  • Ricardo Ernst, Managing Director
  • Ignacio Alvarez, Puerto Rico
  • Antonio Ardila, Colombia
  • Manuel Balbontin, Chile
  • Alberto Beeck, Peru
  • Enrique Boilini, Argentina
  • Mario Canahuati, Honduras
  • Gerardo Chapa, Mexico
  • Miguel Dueñas, El Salvador
  • Ernesto Fernandez Holmann, Nicaragua
  • Luis Fortuño, Puerto Rico
  • Enrique García, Bolivia
  • Fernando Gentil, Brazil
  • Rolando Gonzalez-Bunster, Argentina
  • Dionisio Gutierrez, Guatemala
  • Alejandro Legorreta, Mexico
  • Samuel Lewis, Chairman, Panamá
  • Carlos Jose Marti, Dominican Republic
  • Gally Mayer, Costa Rica
  • Lorenzo Mendoza, Venezuela
  • Nelson Ortiz, Venezuela
  • Rafael Rangel, Mexico
  • Andres Tessak, El Salvador
  • Christina Trapaga, Puerto Rico
  • Juan Paulo Treviño, Mexico
  • Sergio Zappa, Brazil