Two Outstanding Graduates of INTEC assume the presidency of the Republic consecutively
Luis Abinader Corona, president-elect last Sunday, July 5, is a graduate of the INTEC Bachelor of Economics, like his predecessor in office, Danilo Medina Sánchez
SANTO DOMINGO. - Next Sunday, August 16, Luis Abinader Corona, Outstanding 2014 of Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo (INTEC), will assume the presidency of the nation, after having been elected during the elections held on July 5, 2020. You will receive the presidential band, from the hands of Danilo Medina, Outstanding Graduate 2010.
It is the first time in history that two INTEC graduates assume the presidency of the Dominican Republic consecutively. Both Abinader Corona and Medina Sánchez are graduates of the BA in Economics from the Department of Economics and Business of INTEC.
About Luis Abinader
The President-elect of the Dominican Republic graduated with a degree in Economics in 1990 and in 2014 was recognized as an Outstanding Graduate, a distinction with which INTEC recognizes graduates who have successfully performed in their respective areas and whose business contributions, Cultural, political, sports and / or academic have a trajectory with evident social impact.
After earning his bachelor's degree, Abinader Corona, he completed postgraduate studies in Project Management at the Arthur D. Little Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Also in Corporate Finance, General Management, and Financial Engineering, at Harvard University and Advanced Management at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire.
He is Executive President of the ABICOR Group, which has developed and operated important tourism projects in the country. This family group led the business project of what is today the Cementos Santo Domingo company, of which it is Vice President. He is the founder of the Center for Public Policy Studies, in May 2013, where several seminars have been given, including that of Citizen Security, with important international exponents.
In addition, Abinader Corona is president of the Fundación Misión País, which carries out the project to remodel homes for people with limited economic resources. He has been president of the Association of Hotels of Sosúa and Cabarete, and member of the Board of Directors of the National Association of Hotels and Restaurants (ASONAHORES) and of the Dominican Company of State Electric Companies (CDEEE). He is part of the Board of Directors of the O&M University Foundation.