Please join us in the
celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the Logistics & Manufacturing
Association with lunch to be held on the
29th of January at the Laredo Country Club.
We are honored to have Ambassador Wayne as our guest speaker.
Earl Anthony Wayne was
nominated by President Obama to be Ambassador of the United States to Mexico on
June 9, 2011, and was confirmed by the Senate August 2, and arrived in Mexico
City to present his credential on September 11, 2011.
A career diplomat since
1975, he was first posted overseas as a political officer in Rabat, Morocco,
after serving as a China analyst in the Bureau of Intelligence and Research at
the State Department in Washington, DC. He was assigned to serve in the
Executive Secretariat at the State Department under Secretaries of State Cyrus
Vance and Edmund Muskie, in 1980. He was asked to serve as Special Assistant to
Secretaries of State Alexander Haig and George Shultz, from 1981 to 1983, and
was named First Secretary at the U.S. Embassy in Paris, 1984–87, where he
followed French politics and encouraged counter-terrorism (CT) cooperation
between the US and France.
In 2006, President George W.
Bush nominated Wayne to be Ambassador to Argentina, and he presented his
credentials as Ambassador to Foreign Minister Jorge Taiana on November 6 of
In late May, 2010, Wayne
took over the position of Deputy Ambassador at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul. In
that role, under Ambassador Karl Eikenberry, he oversaw all Embassy programs
and staff, worked closely with the Afghan government, coordinated with the
International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan and with other elements
of the international community and Afghan society.
Union Pacific Railroad
Global Tooling Specialties, Inc.
Killam Development Ltd.
International Bank of Commerce
Onilog, S.A. de C.V.
Rock Port Global Advisors/Jeff Jones
Caterpillar (REMAN NL)
Richer Agencia Aduanal
Falcon International Bank
Inter National Bank
Oradel Industsrial Center
Texas Community Bank
Laredo Morning Times