Ramon E. Daubon

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Dr. Daubon is currently working at the Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellowship Foundation (2006-07).

In the past he held the post of Vice President of the Inter-American Foundation.

"Previously he acted as an Associate of the Kettering Foundation and Executive Director of the Caribbean Environment and Development Institute in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Deputy Assistant Administrator of USAID’s Bureau for Latin America, and the Caribbean and Representative of the Ford Foundation for the Andean and Southern Cone Countries of South America. A native of Puerto Rico, he holds a PhD in Economic Development from the University of Pittsburgh. He has written extensively on the relationship between democracy and development, with particular focus on Latin America and the Caribbean." [1]

OLD INFORMATION: "Ramon Daubon is Vice President for Programs at the Inter-American Foundation and an Associate at the Charles Kettering Foundation. He serves on boards and in advisory capacities with the International Institute for Sustained Dialogue, the Hispanic Council for International Relations, the Esquel Group Foundation, the Institute for Democracy in South Africa (IDASA), and the SAPIENTIS Educational Institute in Puerto Rico. He has been Executive Director of the Caribbean Environment and Development Institute in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Deputy Assistant Administrator of USAID for its Bureau for Latin America and the Caribbean, and Representative of the Ford Foundation for the Andean and Southern Cone Countries of South America. He has been a consultant for the National Hispanic Housing Council, the National Puerto Rican Coalition, Partners of the Americas, and Casals & Associates. A native of Puerto Rico, he has published extensively on topics about Latin America and the Caribbean and the connection of economic and social development with democracy and the culture of civic engagement." [2]

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