Partners & Collaborators

 

Endowment Founding Partners

Other Partners & Collaborators
Foundation Support
Ford Foundation
Fundación Aireko
Fundación Ángel Ramos
Fundación Banco Popular
Fundación Flamboyán
Herbert Allen Foundation
Miranda Foundation
Open Society Foundations

Restoring Growth Corporate Partners
Banco Popular de Puerto Rico
FirstBank de Puerto Rico
International Hospitality Enterprises
Oriental Bank
Triple-S

Restoring Growth Partners
Alejandro Ballester
Ángel Collado Schwarz
Antonio Luis Ferré
Antonio Luis Ferré-Rangel
Aurelio Alemán
Carlos Unanue
Churchill G. Carey, Jr. & Mary Ann Carey
Diego Suárez, Jr.
Enrique Vila del Corral
Federico Stubbe
Héctor M. Nevares
Herb Allen, III
Jaime Martí
Joaquín Bacardí, III
Joaquín Viso
Jorge Colón-Gerena
José E. Fernández-Bjerg
José E. Rossi
José Teixidor
Juan A. Larrea
Juan C. Aguayo
Luis A. Rivera Siaca
Luis Silva
Méndez & Co.
Robert A. Cimino

Restoring Growth Associates
Antonio Muñoz
Bella International
Hiram Pérez
HUB International/ Carrión Laffitte y Casellas
Loren Ferré-Rangel
Lourdes Miranda
Ralph Christiansen
T-Mobile
The Herrans Group – Merrill Lynch – Bank of America
Toyota

Contributors
Adamina Soto
Ángel L. Pérez Galarza
Ángel O. Torres
Assurant Solutions
Carlos A. Trápaga Fonalledas
Carlos del Río
Edwin Pérez
Enrique Vila Biaggi
Federico Sánchez Ortiz
Fernando Pujals
Gualberto Rodríguez, III
Guillermo Martínez
Gustavo Hermida
Ignacio López
Jacques Chappuis
Jon Borschow
Jorge Fuentes
Manuel Dubón
Miguel A. Ferrer
Miguel A. Soto-Class
Nuria Ortiz Vargas
Nydia Suárez Marín
Richard McConnie
Rita Maldonado-Bear
Vicente Feliciano
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