International Business Breakfast

Tuesday, February 25, 2014 from 07:30 AM to 09:00 AM

Allen Chapman Activity Center on the TU campus

The University of Tulsa presents former U.S. Ambassador to Mexico James R. Jones and law professor Miriam Grunstein, former adviser to the Mexico Energy Regulatory Commission, for the International Business Breakfast on February 25.

Presented by the TU Collins College of Business and the TU Center for Executive and Professional Development in partnership with Tulsa Global Alliance, the event will feature keynote presentations on Doing Business with Mexico: Doors Open for South of the Border Oil and Gas Exploration.

City officials Jorge Luis Pérez Ávila and Rodrigo Martí of Tulsa’s Sister City, San Luis Potosi, also will participate in a panel discussion on business opportunities in the San Luis Potosi area.

Jones currently serves as chairman of ManattJones Global Strategies, LLC and partner of its Government & Regulatory Policy Division. As a member of Manatt Law Firm, Jones’ practice focuses on international trade, investment and commerce, business-government relations and financial services.

Grunstein is a Professor of Law at Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas University School of Law in Mexico City and an attorney with the firm of Holland and Knight where she focuses her practice on energy, oil, gas and global infrastructure projects.

Participating sponsors are the Tulsa Hispanic Chamber and Williams Co.

Linda Adlof