Roger Thayer Stone Center For Latin American Studies

Tulane University

Ambassador Hugo Llorens Talk: "U.S. Policy Toward Latin America and Honduras"

February 17th, 2011
12 p.m.- Presentation and Q&A

Location
The Plimsoll Club, 11th floor Westin Canal Place Hotel 100 Rue Iberville
(Discounted validated parking in the Canal Place garage.)

A Luncheon Briefing featuring Hon. Hugo Llorens, United States Ambassador to Honduras.
Arrive at 11:30 for a Networking Reception.

Hugo Llorens presented his credentials as Ambassador of the United States of America to Honduras to President Manuel Zelaya Rosales on September 19, 2008. Mr. Llorens was confirmed as Ambassador-designate to Honduras in April 2008. Prior to his position as Ambassador, Mr. Llorens served as the Deputy Chief of Mission (DCM) at the American Embassy in Madrid, where he took up his duties on September 1, 2006. He is a career Foreign Service Officer who joined the Department of State in 1981. Mr. Llorens was also Deputy Chief of Mission at the American Embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he served for three years from August 2003 until July 2006.
Ambassador Llorens received his Master of Science in National Security Studies from the National War College; his Master of Arts in Economics from the University of Kent at Canterbury, England; and his Bachelor of Science from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service.

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