Mauricio de Vengoechea
Political consultant of leaders and governments in LATAM
President of De Vengoechea & Associates, a consultancy firm with headquarters in Miami. Mr. De Vengoechea is one of the political strategists and general consultants with more experience in the association. Since 1982, he advised eighteen presidential candidates and more than two hundred congressional, gubernatorial, municipal and other campaigns in Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, United States and Venezuela. He also served the governments of Colombia in 1994-98, El Salvador in 1999-2004 and Guatemala during the presidential crisis in 2010. In 2003-10, he has advised Doctor Leonel Fernandez, President of the Dominican Republic.
International keynote speaker and politic analyst for CNN and other mass media news groups, is the author of “7 Herramientas para Apagar una Crisis de Gobierno” (7 Tools to finish a Government Crisis), Siglo XXI Editors Mexico.Mr. De Vengoechea was the second President of the Latin American Association of Political Consultants, Alacop, and is one of the current Vice-presidents of the IAPC.
Throughout his career he has been invited as a political analyst by various media and TV programs in Latin America such as CNN Spanish, NTN-24 and Tele Morning Canal 11 in Dominican Republic; Oppenheimer presents; and newspapers such as The Miami Herald and El Universal of Caracas.
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