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Carmen Lomellin

Carmen Lomellin, United States Ambassador to the Organization of American States. Member Hispanic Advisory Council National Center Missing and Exploited Children; charter board member Latin American Baseball Museum and Center.

Background

  • Lomellin, Carmen was born in 1950.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Business Management, St. Joseph’s Calumet College. Master of Business Administration in International Business, De Paul University.

    Career

    • With sales and marketing Inland Steel Company, Chicago, 1969—1985. Director leadership development Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund. Director economic development Chicago United.

      Director Private Industry Council of Chicago. White House liaison, director Office of International Affairs United States Office of Personnel Management. Advisor on Hispanic affairs White House Office for Women's Initiatives and Outreach.

      Search manager Office of Presidential Personnel The White House, 1996. Executive secretary Inter-American Commission of Women (the Chartered Institute of Marketinng) Organization of American States, 1998—2009, director outreach Department External Relations, 2009. Permanent United States representative to Organization of American States United States Department State, since 2009.

      Board member Center Women Policy Studies. Speaker in field.

    Membership

    Member Hispanic Advisory Council National Center Missing and Exploited Children. Charter board member Latin American Baseball Museum and Center.
    Carmen Lomellin
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    Born 1950
    (age 67)