David Llibre, president of Asonahores, expressed that the incorporation of Lendor to the institution comes to strengthen and contribute to the growth and sustainable development of the tourism sector in the country.
“Having a professional of the quality of Aguie Lendor guarantees us to be able to continue elevating the positioning of our tourism industry and highlighting the leadership as the preferred destination in the region,” said Llibre, who added that “the work that Andrés Marranzini did during these 7 years has been extraordinary and we are encouraged that Andres will continue to be involved and add value to the tourism sector.
Asonahores reported that its new executive vice president is a Lawyer, Magna Cum Laude, Universidad Católica Santo Domingo with a Master's Degree in International Business Law at the Washington College of Law of American University (LL.M.) in the city of Washington, DC, in the United States. .
In addition, he is a specialist with more than 20 years of experience in international trade, mainly in the areas of investment, export, drafting of legal and regulatory initiatives, and competitive analysis. Likewise, she is the past executive vice president of the Dominican Association of Rum Producers (ADOPRON).
They indicated that she has been a consultant for several international organizations such as the World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the South Korean Cooperation Agency (KOICA), the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Spanish, as well as for the European Union, national organizations such as the Association of Industries of the Dominican Republic (AIRD) and government institutions of the country.
The entire Board of Directors of Asonahores expressed their support for the management initiated by Aguie Lendor and thanked and recognized Andrés Marranzini Grullón for his contributions to the strengthening and modernization of the institution in the 7 years as executive vice president and predicted success in his new projects.