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Francisco Julio Abreu de la Mota, Business executive. Recipient American Ethnic award International Immigrants Foundation, 1987, Spirit of Enterprise National White House Conference, 1986.


Mota, Francisco Julio Abreu de la was born on February 23, 1955 in Moca, Dominican Republic. Son of Francisco Abreu and Eugenia Carolina de la Mota. came to the United States, 1963.


Bachelor, Pace University, 1978. Certified international law, St. John's University, 1982. Master of Arts, St. John's University, 1982.


Corresponding Santo Domingo News, New York City, 1984. Chairman board International Immigrants Foundation, 1984-1986. President ADLM & Associates International Inc., 1983-1987.

Associate director David J. Burgos & Associates Inc., Melville, 1987-1989. Project assistant New York State Urban Development Corporation, New York City, since 2000. Vice president EPS, Tinton Falls, New Jersey, since 2000.

Lecturer New York University Continuing Education, New York City, since 1988. Director, vice president Intermax, Inc., Freehold, since 1988. Consultant Industrial Automation Research, Incorporated, New York York City, 1985-1987, World Food Management Company, New York City, 1984-1987.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor to Tempo magazine, Free Zone magazine.


Volunteer Victory '88 Campaign, New York City, 1988. Advisor Robert McMillan campaign United States Senate, New York City, 1988, Andy O'Rourke New York State Governor campaign, New York City, 1986. Co-chairman New York State Republican National Hispanic Assembly, 1985-1988.

Member National Minority Business Council, Minorities Networking in International Trade, League of United Latin American Citizens (vice president 1984-1985), Dominican-American Chamber of Commerce (director 1991-1999), Association for World Free Trade Zones New York (director 1991-1995).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: running, scuba diving, basketball, chess.


Married Yvette Ventura Abreu, March 26, 1988.

Francisco Abreu

Eugenia Carolina

Yvette Ventura Abreu