|John N. G. Phillips|
|Sunday, 19 February 2012 07:51|
JOHN N. G. PHILLIPS
Chairman, International Business Resource Group-Las Vegas, USA
Served as Diplomatic Officer, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, London, UK, facilitating Heads of Government, Ministerial, NATO, bi-lateral and multilateral affairs. Former Senior National Health Service Administrator, Northern Regional Health Authority, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK. undertaking capital planning projects in the North of England.
Former Chairman, Pembroke Investments Ltd.UK.
Graduate : University of Northumbria, UK (Public Administration & European Studies). SUNY Empire State College, BS (Public Administration and International Affairs). Specialist studies : Grant Writing Binghamton University; Agricultural Business, Cornell University ; NAFTA, Blucher Institute, Texas A&M.
Former Assistant Director, Highway Safety, City of Binghamton, NY serving the Governor’s Highway Safety Committee, and Executive Director, French-American Commercial-Cultural Exchange working with the State Governor’s Office (Gov. Mario Cuomo) & State international political & trade representatives.
Formed the Southern Tier World Commerce Association (STWCA) and the International Center for Emerging Markets (ICEM), Binghamton University. Drafted the framework for South Texas international trade relations involving the Port of Rotterdam, NL, the State of Texas, Honduras, SA, and Northern Mexican States.
Project Manager, Regional Economic Development Agency, Yorkshire Forward, Leeds,UK, for European Regeneration Development Funds (ERDF)- provided organizational & project guidance to rural-urban Partnerships in sustainable economic development. Facilitated Business Improvement Districts & heritage investment in the European arena.
Created the Ryedale Economic Development Trust, under the Rydale District Council, North Yorkshire, UK. .
Academic works, Library of Congress : 1) Shopping Mall Development in the UK and USA 2) The Operation of Domestic and International Chambers of Commerce.
Formal honours from the French and Mexican governments for international economic and community development.
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