Board of Trustees / Board of Directors

The Board of Trustees of City of Knowledge is one of its cornerstones, both organizationally and philosophically. Headed by Mr. Juan David Morgan, it is made up of fundamental people from the academic, entrepreneurial, governmental and legislative arenas, who ensure quality contributions to the management and follow-up of the Foundation's goals.


Board of Trustees

Individual

Juan David Morgan

Alberto Alemán Zubieta

Elberto Cobos

Eloy Alfaro

Gabriel Galindo

Gabrielle B. Britton

Guillermo Van Hoorde

Jorge Motta

Juan Bosco Bernal

Julio Escobar

Mercedes Eleta de Brenes

Modaldo Tuñón

Pituka Ortega de Heilbron

Roberto Roy

Stanley Heckadon-Moreno

Stanley Motta

Tatiana Fábrega de Varela

Temístocles Díaz Strunz

Official Appointment

Álvaro Alemán

Minister of the Presidency

Isabel Saint Malo de Alvarado

Minister of Foreign Affairs

Dulcidio De La Guardia

Minister of Economy and Finance

Marcela Paredes de Vásquez

Minister of Education

Jorge Motta

National Secretary of Science, Technology and Innovation

Melitón Arrocha

Chairman of the Committee on Education, Culture and Sports of the National Assembly

Gustavo García de Paredes

President of the University of Panama and Head of the Presidents Council

Oscar Ramírez

President of the Technological University of Panama

Juan Planells

President of the Santa María La Antigua University

Matthew Larsen

Director of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute

Board of Directors

Juan David Morgan

President

Juan Planells

Vice President

Guillermo Van Hoorde

Treasurer

Matthew Larsen

Secretary

Roberto Roy

Spokesperson

Eloy Alfaro

Sub Treasurer

Jorge Motta

Undersecretary

Juan David Morgan

Mr. Juan David Morgan

President of the Board of Trustees and Board of Directors

Founder of the prestigious Morgan & Morgan law firm, Juan David Morgan has presided the City of Knowledge Board of Trustees since 1998 and has been key to the development of this project. Morgan has held high government positions and is currently President of the Panama Interoceanic Canal Museum Foundation, a member of the Panama Bolivarian Society, a member of the Panama Book Chamber, and of the National Foreign Affairs Commission, among other things.

Additionally, Juan David Morgan has a long and renowned literary career both in Panama and abroad.