• Puerto Rico Conference Thursday, April 13th 2017 (Part 2)

    Puerto Rico: Savage Neoliberalism, Colonialism And Financial Despotism Conference Day 1 (Part 2) This past June the United States Congress approved the establishment of a Fiscal Oversight Board to take control over all budgetary decisions by the government of Puerto Rico. The Board, known in Spanish as “Junta de Control Fiscal,” consists of seven persons, all appointed by President Obama acting on recommendations by both the Republican and Democratic congressional leadership. President Obama appointed all members, three of whom are Puerto Ricans. The governor of Puerto Rico is an ex-officio member of the Board with voice but no vote. The Governor of Puerto Rico is mandated by the law that creates the Junta to submit all fiscal plans and annual budgets to this seven-members body, which wil...

    published: 26 Apr 2017
  • Plugged In Conference Puerto Rico 2014

    Next Plugged In, January 2-4, 2015. Save the dates!!! Facebook https://www.facebook.com/GeneracionConectadaNaguabo?ref=br_tf Video Production by: Invision Productions Facebook https://www.facebook.com/InvisionProductions?ref=hl www.invisionproductionspr.com invisionproductions1@gmail.com Music: Passion- Children of light Hillsong Young & Free "Alive" Hillsong Young & Free "Wake"

    published: 06 Jan 2014
  • Puerto Rico Conference Thursday, April 13th 2017 (Part 1)

    Puerto Rico: Savage Neoliberalism, Colonialism And Financial Despotism Conference Day 1 (Part 1) This past June the United States Congress approved the establishment of a Fiscal Oversight Board to take control over all budgetary decisions by the government of Puerto Rico. The Board, known in Spanish as “Junta de Control Fiscal,” consists of seven persons, all appointed by President Obama acting on recommendations by both the Republican and Democratic congressional leadership. President Obama appointed all members, three of whom are Puerto Ricans. The governor of Puerto Rico is an ex-officio member of the Board with voice but no vote. The Governor of Puerto Rico is mandated by the law that creates the Junta to submit all fiscal plans and annual budgets to this seven-members body, which wil...

    published: 26 Apr 2017
  • HARVARD CONFERENCE ON THE FUTURE OF PUERTO RICO

    SOBERANISTAS E INDEPENDENTISTAS UNEN FUERZAS PARA LA SEPARACION DE PUERTO RICO DE LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS.

    published: 18 May 2014
  • Puerto Rico Conference 2017

    published: 19 Dec 2016
  • Puerto Rico Conference 2010 Entrepreneurship for Growth

    The Puerto Rico Chamber of Commerce (PRCC) and Babson College announced the celebration of the Puerto Rico Conference 2010 Entrepreneurship for Growth, as part of an alliance established between both entities. The conference, showcasing Puerto Ricos investment opportunities, will be held next March 24, 2010 at the Conrad San Juan Condado Plaza in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Jorge Galliano, Chairman of the Board of the PRCC, Leonard A. Schlesinger, President of Babson College, Francisco Rodriguez-Castro, Chairman of the Puerto Rico Conference 2010 and, Dr. Daniel J. Isenberg, of the Arthur M. Blanck Center for Entrepreneurship at Babson College and Vice-Chairman for the Puerto Rico Conference 2010, will host the event which is designed to lure new investors from the U.S., Canada, and Latin ...

    published: 09 Dec 2009
  • Puerto Rico Conference Thursday, April 13th 2017 (Part 7)

    Puerto Rico: Savage Neoliberalism, Colonialism And Financial Despotism Conference Day 1 (Part 7) This past June the United States Congress approved the establishment of a Fiscal Oversight Board to take control over all budgetary decisions by the government of Puerto Rico. The Board, known in Spanish as “Junta de Control Fiscal,” consists of seven persons, all appointed by President Obama acting on recommendations by both the Republican and Democratic congressional leadership. President Obama appointed all members, three of whom are Puerto Ricans. The governor of Puerto Rico is an ex-officio member of the Board with voice but no vote. The Governor of Puerto Rico is mandated by the law that creates the Junta to submit all fiscal plans and annual budgets to this seven-members body, which wil...

    published: 26 Apr 2017
  • Watch Paul Ryan's News Conference on Puerto Rico Debt Bill

    May 19 -- House Speaker Paul Ryan speaks about a bill addressing Puerto Rico's debt crisis and presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's list of Supreme Court judge nominees. He speaks at a news conference in Washington.

    published: 19 May 2016
  • Sex educators, Inclusivity, and Puerto Rico! - AASECT's 2016 annual conference w Mark Levand

    The American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT - http://AASECT.org) is holding its 48th Annual Conference in Puerto Rico, with the exciting conference theme, "Putting the Pieces Together: Inclusivity in Practice." I jumped on Skype with AASECT conference subcommittee co-chair, Mark Levand of http://MarkLevand.com for a quick chat about why he and I are excited about the annual AASECT conference, how inclusivity makes all of us better educators (and people), and what sex educators might get from attending AASECT conferences. From AASECT's conference description on their website" "A mosaic is made of numerous pieces, each one unique, and equally important in the end result. In order to construct one, intricate and unique tiles are brought together to c...

    published: 31 May 2016
  • Legal Tax Reduction Puerto Rico - Louis James at Stansberry & Associates Conference

    For complete coverage on how to take advantage of these tax strategies see: http://www.caseyresearch.com/go/v3zwu-2/CSR

    published: 12 Jun 2014
  • FULL: Sean Spicer Press Conference - 6/12/2017 White House Briefing

    LIVE STREAM: White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta brief the media on the issues and events of the day: Reported cancellation of President’s trip to England due to protesters, Comey testimony, Trump’s tapes, Puerto Rico’s non-binding referendum to become a state, Merkel’s anti-wall statements

    published: 12 Jun 2017
  • Conference Latin Billboard 2010 @ Puerto Rico

    Conference Latin Billboard 2010 @ Puerto Rico

    published: 24 May 2010
  • University of Puerto Rico Overall Winner 2012 ASCE Conference

    University of Puerto Rico winning 1st Place overall for the ASCE student conference in Tallahassee Florida

    published: 25 Mar 2012
  • CCMA & Aircraft MRO Conference 2016 – Puerto Rico – Video Recap

    published: 01 Jul 2016
  • 2016 CXE3 Conference in Puerto Rico!

    Registration is now open at http://www.mspa-na.org/2016cxe3 #2016CXE3

    published: 03 Aug 2016
  • IBMS Conference Puerto Rico 2013

    IBMS Medical MiniConference Gala Puerto RIco 2013 IBMS Conference Puerto Rico July 2013 Updated over a year ago · Taken in San Juan, Puerto Rico The International Board of Medicine and Surgery held a medical tourism conference in San Juan Puerto Rico during June, 2013, and uncovered jewels of international healthcare excellence. In preparation for the upcoming IBMS International Global Healthcare Medical Tourism Conference featuring the IBMS Emerald Circle of the finest healthcare providers worldwide, the "Oscars of Medicine", the International Board of Medicine and Surgery continued the global search for the finest healthcare providers worldwide. Drs. Dr. David P. Kalin MD, MPH, Chairman of the International Board of Medicine and Surgery, Vijay Sharma MBBS MS MD, IBMS Executive Directo...

    published: 26 Feb 2015
Puerto Rico Conference Thursday, April 13th 2017 (Part 2)

Puerto Rico Conference Thursday, April 13th 2017 (Part 2)

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  • Updated: 26 Apr 2017
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Puerto Rico: Savage Neoliberalism, Colonialism And Financial Despotism Conference Day 1 (Part 2) This past June the United States Congress approved the establishment of a Fiscal Oversight Board to take control over all budgetary decisions by the government of Puerto Rico. The Board, known in Spanish as “Junta de Control Fiscal,” consists of seven persons, all appointed by President Obama acting on recommendations by both the Republican and Democratic congressional leadership. President Obama appointed all members, three of whom are Puerto Ricans. The governor of Puerto Rico is an ex-officio member of the Board with voice but no vote. The Governor of Puerto Rico is mandated by the law that creates the Junta to submit all fiscal plans and annual budgets to this seven-members body, which will in turn determine whether these budgets help the island to return to the financial markets. Tellingly, the Congressional bill did not stipulate economic growth as one of its goals. Rather, the explicit objectives seek to make the government more efficient in the provision of public services; to organize the local finances to make possible that bond holders of Puerto Rican debt, contingent on resources available, will be paid; to open doors in the financial markets now closed to the central government and its public corporations, and to foster projects aimed at reducing the island’s dependence on oil for all its energy needs. All of this can be expressed in a different way: Puerto Rico is a colony of the United States confronting an unsustainable pattern of public indebtedness, which led the Federal government to take over. This is a situation in which imperialism, colonialism, and neoliberalism coalesce in a society that has been fraying for a long time and is now moving toward a humanitarian crisis. With a public debt of seventy billion in a country where annual tax revenues are ten billion, an additional forty billion in retirement obligations, and amid a recession for more than a decade, the Puerto Rican model is no longer viable. Per the Congressional logic, supported by local elites, the solution does not lie in democracy but in a suspension of democratic practices as well as in the imposition of the well-known recipe of privatization and higher taxes that ravaged Latin American economies in the 1980s as it is now ravaging the Greek economy. The triad mentioned above of neoliberalism, colonialism, and despotism, and will design public policies that, likely, will deepen the deterioration of the social fabric and create conditions for a radical reformulation of the present colonial relationship with the United States government. The main goals of the event are to educate the Five College community on the important events now taking place on the island and to build bridges with the local Puerto Rican community in Holyoke and Springfield, and regionally.
https://wn.com/Puerto_Rico_Conference_Thursday,_April_13Th_2017_(Part_2)
Plugged In Conference Puerto Rico 2014

Plugged In Conference Puerto Rico 2014

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  • Duration: 9:16
  • Updated: 06 Jan 2014
  • views: 1384
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Next Plugged In, January 2-4, 2015. Save the dates!!! Facebook https://www.facebook.com/GeneracionConectadaNaguabo?ref=br_tf Video Production by: Invision Productions Facebook https://www.facebook.com/InvisionProductions?ref=hl www.invisionproductionspr.com invisionproductions1@gmail.com Music: Passion- Children of light Hillsong Young & Free "Alive" Hillsong Young & Free "Wake"
https://wn.com/Plugged_In_Conference_Puerto_Rico_2014
Puerto Rico Conference Thursday, April 13th 2017 (Part 1)

Puerto Rico Conference Thursday, April 13th 2017 (Part 1)

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  • Duration: 33:49
  • Updated: 26 Apr 2017
  • views: 37
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Puerto Rico: Savage Neoliberalism, Colonialism And Financial Despotism Conference Day 1 (Part 1) This past June the United States Congress approved the establishment of a Fiscal Oversight Board to take control over all budgetary decisions by the government of Puerto Rico. The Board, known in Spanish as “Junta de Control Fiscal,” consists of seven persons, all appointed by President Obama acting on recommendations by both the Republican and Democratic congressional leadership. President Obama appointed all members, three of whom are Puerto Ricans. The governor of Puerto Rico is an ex-officio member of the Board with voice but no vote. The Governor of Puerto Rico is mandated by the law that creates the Junta to submit all fiscal plans and annual budgets to this seven-members body, which will in turn determine whether these budgets help the island to return to the financial markets. Tellingly, the Congressional bill did not stipulate economic growth as one of its goals. Rather, the explicit objectives seek to make the government more efficient in the provision of public services; to organize the local finances to make possible that bond holders of Puerto Rican debt, contingent on resources available, will be paid; to open doors in the financial markets now closed to the central government and its public corporations, and to foster projects aimed at reducing the island’s dependence on oil for all its energy needs. All of this can be expressed in a different way: Puerto Rico is a colony of the United States confronting an unsustainable pattern of public indebtedness, which led the Federal government to take over. This is a situation in which imperialism, colonialism, and neoliberalism coalesce in a society that has been fraying for a long time and is now moving toward a humanitarian crisis. With a public debt of seventy billion in a country where annual tax revenues are ten billion, an additional forty billion in retirement obligations, and amid a recession for more than a decade, the Puerto Rican model is no longer viable. Per the Congressional logic, supported by local elites, the solution does not lie in democracy but in a suspension of democratic practices as well as in the imposition of the well-known recipe of privatization and higher taxes that ravaged Latin American economies in the 1980s as it is now ravaging the Greek economy. The triad mentioned above of neoliberalism, colonialism, and despotism, and will design public policies that, likely, will deepen the deterioration of the social fabric and create conditions for a radical reformulation of the present colonial relationship with the United States government. The main goals of the event are to educate the Five College community on the important events now taking place on the island and to build bridges with the local Puerto Rican community in Holyoke and Springfield, and regionally.
https://wn.com/Puerto_Rico_Conference_Thursday,_April_13Th_2017_(Part_1)
HARVARD CONFERENCE ON THE FUTURE OF PUERTO RICO

HARVARD CONFERENCE ON THE FUTURE OF PUERTO RICO

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  • Duration: 1:42:35
  • Updated: 18 May 2014
  • views: 83
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SOBERANISTAS E INDEPENDENTISTAS UNEN FUERZAS PARA LA SEPARACION DE PUERTO RICO DE LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS.
https://wn.com/Harvard_Conference_On_The_Future_Of_Puerto_Rico
Puerto Rico Conference 2017

Puerto Rico Conference 2017

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  • Updated: 19 Dec 2016
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https://wn.com/Puerto_Rico_Conference_2017
Puerto Rico Conference 2010 Entrepreneurship for Growth

Puerto Rico Conference 2010 Entrepreneurship for Growth

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  • Duration: 30:22
  • Updated: 09 Dec 2009
  • views: 787
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The Puerto Rico Chamber of Commerce (PRCC) and Babson College announced the celebration of the Puerto Rico Conference 2010 Entrepreneurship for Growth, as part of an alliance established between both entities. The conference, showcasing Puerto Ricos investment opportunities, will be held next March 24, 2010 at the Conrad San Juan Condado Plaza in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Jorge Galliano, Chairman of the Board of the PRCC, Leonard A. Schlesinger, President of Babson College, Francisco Rodriguez-Castro, Chairman of the Puerto Rico Conference 2010 and, Dr. Daniel J. Isenberg, of the Arthur M. Blanck Center for Entrepreneurship at Babson College and Vice-Chairman for the Puerto Rico Conference 2010, will host the event which is designed to lure new investors from the U.S., Canada, and Latin America.
https://wn.com/Puerto_Rico_Conference_2010_Entrepreneurship_For_Growth
Puerto Rico Conference Thursday, April 13th 2017 (Part 7)

Puerto Rico Conference Thursday, April 13th 2017 (Part 7)

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  • Duration: 54:34
  • Updated: 26 Apr 2017
  • views: 16
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Puerto Rico: Savage Neoliberalism, Colonialism And Financial Despotism Conference Day 1 (Part 7) This past June the United States Congress approved the establishment of a Fiscal Oversight Board to take control over all budgetary decisions by the government of Puerto Rico. The Board, known in Spanish as “Junta de Control Fiscal,” consists of seven persons, all appointed by President Obama acting on recommendations by both the Republican and Democratic congressional leadership. President Obama appointed all members, three of whom are Puerto Ricans. The governor of Puerto Rico is an ex-officio member of the Board with voice but no vote. The Governor of Puerto Rico is mandated by the law that creates the Junta to submit all fiscal plans and annual budgets to this seven-members body, which will in turn determine whether these budgets help the island to return to the financial markets. Tellingly, the Congressional bill did not stipulate economic growth as one of its goals. Rather, the explicit objectives seek to make the government more efficient in the provision of public services; to organize the local finances to make possible that bond holders of Puerto Rican debt, contingent on resources available, will be paid; to open doors in the financial markets now closed to the central government and its public corporations, and to foster projects aimed at reducing the island’s dependence on oil for all its energy needs. All of this can be expressed in a different way: Puerto Rico is a colony of the United States confronting an unsustainable pattern of public indebtedness, which led the Federal government to take over. This is a situation in which imperialism, colonialism, and neoliberalism coalesce in a society that has been fraying for a long time and is now moving toward a humanitarian crisis. With a public debt of seventy billion in a country where annual tax revenues are ten billion, an additional forty billion in retirement obligations, and amid a recession for more than a decade, the Puerto Rican model is no longer viable. Per the Congressional logic, supported by local elites, the solution does not lie in democracy but in a suspension of democratic practices as well as in the imposition of the well-known recipe of privatization and higher taxes that ravaged Latin American economies in the 1980s as it is now ravaging the Greek economy. The triad mentioned above of neoliberalism, colonialism, and despotism, and will design public policies that, likely, will deepen the deterioration of the social fabric and create conditions for a radical reformulation of the present colonial relationship with the United States government. The main goals of the event are to educate the Five College community on the important events now taking place on the island and to build bridges with the local Puerto Rican community in Holyoke and Springfield, and regionally.
https://wn.com/Puerto_Rico_Conference_Thursday,_April_13Th_2017_(Part_7)
Watch Paul Ryan's News Conference on Puerto Rico Debt Bill

Watch Paul Ryan's News Conference on Puerto Rico Debt Bill

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  • Duration: 6:09
  • Updated: 19 May 2016
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May 19 -- House Speaker Paul Ryan speaks about a bill addressing Puerto Rico's debt crisis and presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's list of Supreme Court judge nominees. He speaks at a news conference in Washington.
https://wn.com/Watch_Paul_Ryan's_News_Conference_On_Puerto_Rico_Debt_Bill
Sex educators, Inclusivity, and Puerto Rico! - AASECT's 2016 annual conference w Mark Levand

Sex educators, Inclusivity, and Puerto Rico! - AASECT's 2016 annual conference w Mark Levand

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  • Updated: 31 May 2016
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The American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT - http://AASECT.org) is holding its 48th Annual Conference in Puerto Rico, with the exciting conference theme, "Putting the Pieces Together: Inclusivity in Practice." I jumped on Skype with AASECT conference subcommittee co-chair, Mark Levand of http://MarkLevand.com for a quick chat about why he and I are excited about the annual AASECT conference, how inclusivity makes all of us better educators (and people), and what sex educators might get from attending AASECT conferences. From AASECT's conference description on their website" "A mosaic is made of numerous pieces, each one unique, and equally important in the end result. In order to construct one, intricate and unique tiles are brought together to create an overall picture. If a single piece is unaccounted for, the mosaic is unfinished. The full beauty of a landscape cannot be actualized if any piece is lost, neglected, or destroyed. A mosaic cannot come together without a solid foundation upon which to build. As a part of sexuality work, it is essential that we examine the foundations of our profession, our individual practices within the profession, and our individual selves. Despite social gains, the foundations of our field are continually threatened by systems of prejudice, including racism, classism, ableism, ageism, sexism, heterocentrism, genderism, and transphobia. These systems work against us as sexuality professionals, inhibit our students’ and clients’ success in creating their own sexuality mosaic; thus, resulting in an unfinished landscape. As we gather together in San Juan, Puerto Rico in 2016, we will explore the various pieces in the landscape of human sexuality, with an eye towards expanding our understanding of the utmost importance and significance of practicing inclusivity and impact-awareness in the field of sexuality. Beyond naming a vision of inclusivity for our field, we will also focus on identifying and implementing steps toward forming this mosaic together. The Annual Conference averages 500-600 conference attendees from around the world in disciplines such as sexuality education, counseling, therapy, social work, psychology, sociology, nursing, medicine and more. The latest clinical techniques, research applications, and educational approaches in the field of sexual science will be featured. We look forward to celebrating our 48th Annual Conference with you!" ----------------- Reid: Hello everybody! It is Reid Mihalko from http://www.ReidAboutSex.com/ also the creator of the http://www.SexGeekSummerCamp.com/ and I’m super excited to have Mark Levand from http://www.MarkLevand.com/ with us today, Skyping in from Philadelphia and Widener University and Mark, thank you for being on the Skype with me. I’m excited about a sex 48th annual conferences happening in Puerto Rico. You’re one of the people who sis wrangling, organizing behind the scene and I just wanna get you on Skype and then in YouTube to talk about the conference while you’re excited. And let just people know about the conference and https://www.aasect.org/ is an organization. So, thanks and hi. Mark: Yeah, hi! Hi Reid! Thank you so much. This is great! And as the conference sub-committee, co-chair in social media, I’m really excited to get to this conference, this is gonna be my 2nd AASECT conference. And I had a pleasure of meeting a whole bunch of people last year and this year, I’m gonna continue that, everyone else is really excited to meet everyone, all of the board members. And I’m really excited about this conference because of the theme “Putting the Pieces Together, Inclusivity in Practice”. And that theme of how people doing inclusivity in their own work spaces, in their own places and how they bring it into their practice. And I’m really, really excited to share what everyone else is been doing, I’d loved the cure about all these great ideas because there are some ways that I may not be me as inclusive as some other people are and I’m always learning new things and there are so many great things that I get to learn. I’m really excited for that, I’m super excited about the exhibitor that we’ll have. We have spontaneous give aways, raffling prices, documentaries happening on Saturday night. We’ve just so many great things going on and the board members are so excited to meet people and get it the conference going. Reid: What for you personally, I know this is a tricky question coz you’re working behind the scenes so never actually stops. I’m excited about going to Puerto Rico for the conference coz I’ve never been to Puerto Rico before and also for Spanish speaking situation around Sex education and what not like it’s great to be in a place where it’s Spanish is spoken a lot just for the diversity of that. I’m excited about all that and I know that you’re working hard and probably excited about Puerto Rico.
https://wn.com/Sex_Educators,_Inclusivity,_And_Puerto_Rico_Aasect's_2016_Annual_Conference_W_Mark_Levand
Legal Tax Reduction Puerto Rico - Louis James at Stansberry & Associates Conference

Legal Tax Reduction Puerto Rico - Louis James at Stansberry & Associates Conference

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  • Duration: 17:51
  • Updated: 12 Jun 2014
  • views: 8750
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For complete coverage on how to take advantage of these tax strategies see: http://www.caseyresearch.com/go/v3zwu-2/CSR
https://wn.com/Legal_Tax_Reduction_Puerto_Rico_Louis_James_At_Stansberry_Associates_Conference
FULL: Sean Spicer Press Conference - 6/12/2017 White House Briefing

FULL: Sean Spicer Press Conference - 6/12/2017 White House Briefing

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  • Duration: 41:12
  • Updated: 12 Jun 2017
  • views: 6832
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LIVE STREAM: White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta brief the media on the issues and events of the day: Reported cancellation of President’s trip to England due to protesters, Comey testimony, Trump’s tapes, Puerto Rico’s non-binding referendum to become a state, Merkel’s anti-wall statements
https://wn.com/Full_Sean_Spicer_Press_Conference_6_12_2017_White_House_Briefing
Conference Latin Billboard 2010 @ Puerto Rico

Conference Latin Billboard 2010 @ Puerto Rico

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  • Updated: 24 May 2010
  • views: 714
videos https://wn.com/Conference_Latin_Billboard_2010_Puerto_Rico
University of Puerto Rico Overall Winner 2012 ASCE Conference

University of Puerto Rico Overall Winner 2012 ASCE Conference

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  • Updated: 25 Mar 2012
  • views: 1754
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University of Puerto Rico winning 1st Place overall for the ASCE student conference in Tallahassee Florida
https://wn.com/University_Of_Puerto_Rico_Overall_Winner_2012_Asce_Conference
CCMA & Aircraft MRO Conference 2016 – Puerto Rico – Video Recap

CCMA & Aircraft MRO Conference 2016 – Puerto Rico – Video Recap

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  • Updated: 01 Jul 2016
  • views: 596
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https://wn.com/Ccma_Aircraft_Mro_Conference_2016_–_Puerto_Rico_–_Video_Recap
2016 CXE3 Conference in Puerto Rico!

2016 CXE3 Conference in Puerto Rico!

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  • Updated: 03 Aug 2016
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Registration is now open at http://www.mspa-na.org/2016cxe3 #2016CXE3
https://wn.com/2016_Cxe3_Conference_In_Puerto_Rico
IBMS Conference Puerto Rico 2013

IBMS Conference Puerto Rico 2013

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  • Updated: 26 Feb 2015
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IBMS Medical MiniConference Gala Puerto RIco 2013 IBMS Conference Puerto Rico July 2013 Updated over a year ago · Taken in San Juan, Puerto Rico The International Board of Medicine and Surgery held a medical tourism conference in San Juan Puerto Rico during June, 2013, and uncovered jewels of international healthcare excellence. In preparation for the upcoming IBMS International Global Healthcare Medical Tourism Conference featuring the IBMS Emerald Circle of the finest healthcare providers worldwide, the "Oscars of Medicine", the International Board of Medicine and Surgery continued the global search for the finest healthcare providers worldwide. Drs. Dr. David P. Kalin MD, MPH, Chairman of the International Board of Medicine and Surgery, Vijay Sharma MBBS MS MD, IBMS Executive Director Worldwide, and Steven Moss MD, Founder/Developer of the IBMS Emerald Circle of the finest physicians, surgeons, dentists in the world and IBMS Director of Clinical Affairs led the registrants to presentations throughout San Juan, PUERTO RICO. San Juan, PUERTO RICO As Dr. Carlos Romaguera, optometrist/artist PUERTO RICO, clearly demonstrated with his revolutionary, individualistic technique combining the Mayan calendar with the inscription, "Endings Are New Beginnings", IBMS is beginning internationally to extend the doctor patient relationship globally, ending an era when healthcare was the provincial domain of local economies. Dr. Georgy Felman, MD Cosmetic Surgeon ISRAEL, known worldwide for exceptionally innovative surgical aesthetic techniques received IBMS Certification and presented the revolutionary and well studied transparent liposuction technique, sure to bring additional patient safety and professional acumen to the global practice of liposuction, a common surgical procedure worldwide. Under the auspices of the International Board of Medicine and Surgery, Dr. Felman announced he is prepared to present world class workshops in India and the United States to share his technique globally. Dr. Eduardo Ibarra Ortega MD Pain Management PUERTO RICO, President College of Physicians and Surgeons, shared his vision of healthcare with Dr. VIjay Sharma, IBMS Executive Director Worldwide and Dr. Steven Moss, IBMS Founder/Developer of the IBMS Emerald Circle of the finest healthcare providers in the world. Dr. Francisco Joglar MD MACP, Puerto Rican Secretary of Health, concurred with the reasonableness of an Accredited Online Tattoo Specific Course in Spanish on Blood-borne Pathogens and Commuicable Diseases to help educate and facilitate registration/licensure of Puerto Rican body artists doing tattoo and permanent makeup. Jose Luis Rodriguez MHSA, CEO of Pavia Hospital, and key hosptial staff were interested in IBMS Certification of their physicians, surgeons and internationally oriented medical center. Dr. Ines Garcia Garcia MD FAAP, Dr. Ortiz, and Dr. Guido Santacana Ph.D., Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Physician Professors at the University of Puerto RIco School of Medicine represented the Dean's office in a discussion highlighting the extraordinary achievements of many Puerto Rican physicians and indicating a need for competent student mentors for medical students and post-graduate physicians. Dr. Asaf Qadeer, Past President of the Academy of Family Practice (AAPS) IBMS Global Medical Advisory Board member, continued his support. Kathy Decesare, Medical Tourism Associates, signed up numerous exceptionally competent healthcare providers. Randy Sides, JHS Architecture, a global architectural firm, demonstrated world-class solutions to medical tourism infrastructural obstacles. Gary Hendrickson, USF Health, provided potential solutions for international medical professional communication through the electronic medical record. Dr. Josefina Romaguera, MD MPH Gynecologist and Dr. Maria Berracol MD Opthalmologist received the IBMS Medical Achievement Award for Contributing to the Most Needy Among Us.
https://wn.com/Ibms_Conference_Puerto_Rico_2013