MCALLEN, Texas – The American Society of Mexico has just appointed Glenn Hamer as secretary of its board of directors.
Hamer is president and CEO of the Texas Association of Business.
“With a proven track record for success in the public policy arena and a previous 14-year tenure as CEO of the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Glenn is a highly regarded international expert, participating in trade missions to China, Taiwan, Mexico, Canada, Israel and the United Kingdom, ASM said.
“Please join us in welcoming Glenn into this new position. His participation will be of enormous value for our organization.”
The American Society of Mexico is a non-profit, non-partisan organization established in its original charter to represent all U.S. private interests in Mexico. As a non-governmental association, the U.S. Ambassador to Mexico has always been its honorary president with whom the Society works closely.
Here is the group’s mission:
“The mission of The American Society of Mexico is to help improve bilateral relations between the United States and Mexico. We strive to do this by fostering friendship, cultural, business, and civic ties between the United States and Mexico, as well as with other countries that have diplomatic relations with both nations.”
The objectives of the American Society of Mexico include: fostering stronger ties between Mexicans and Americans, promoting development, representing collective interests, increasing visibility, giving back to the community, and promoting culture and diversity.
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