Dr Jose Luis Manzano
José Luis Manzano is an Argentine businessman with a deep understanding of Latin American public policy and global emerging markets. He possesses significant experience in investments, media, energy, and distress industries. He is a frequent speaker across the world on these issues.
Dr. Manzano has been a Visiting Professor at Georgetown University and the University of California, San Diego, and received certificates from Georgetown University in International Finance and International Business. He holds a diploma in Leadership from Oxford University and has lectured at prestigious universities in Argentina, Japan, Europe and the United States.
Dr. Manzano donates to several educational and charitable organizations. He is the president of the Universidad de Congreso (University of Congress), where he is actively involved in academic and research activities. He has been active with Nobel Prize winner Al Gore’s climate change organization and the Clinton Global Initiative Foundation.
He also has an active participation in the British-Argentine Chamber of Commerce and the Argentine-North American Chamber of Commerce. He is a sponsor of the Casa de la Cultura China (House of Chinese Culture) in Buenos Aires and was a member of the B20, the business group that supports Argentina’s presidency of the G20. Dr. Manzano regularly participates in the activities of the Council of the Americas and the Americas Society, and advises and cooperates with IPS Latin America and IPS Consortium.
In addition, he is a member of the Energy Steering Committee of the Institute of the Americas and is also a member of the board of directors of the Institute of the Americas at the University of California, San Diego.
Since 2019, Dr. Manzano has been President of the Eisenhower Global Fellowship Program