In Partnership with World Trade Center Utah

Fox"Building Bridges: Fixing the Immigration Issue and Strengthening U.S.-Mexico Relations"
by Vicente Fox, Former President of Mexico

Tuesday, February 12, 2019, 11 AM
Kingsbury Hall
Seating is extremely limited. Doors open at 10:15am.
Tickets will be available in January 2019. Stay tuned for further details.

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Vicente Fox began his career at Coca-Cola Mexico as a delivery truck driver and route supervisor and rose to become its president and oversee its Latin American operations.  He entered public service with election to the federal Chamber of Deputies and then as Governor of Guanajuato.  He served as President of Mexico from 2000 to 2006.  A charismatic leader, Fox spearheaded economic and educational reforms, negotiated trade and immigration policies with the United States, and tackled government corruption.  

World Leaders Lecture Forum Advisory Board

Sheri Bolding, Philanthropist | Connor Morgan, Associated Students of The University of Utah | Anne Dolowitz, Philanthropist | Spencer P. Eccles, The Cynosure Group | Bob Goldberg, University of Utah | Page Juliano, Summit Sotheby's International Realty | Derek Miller, The Salt Lake Chamber | Mike Morris, Zions Bank | David Peterson, Haynie and Company | Naoma Tate, Philanthropist | Miles Hansen, World Trade Center Utah

About the World Leaders Lecture Forum | ARCHIVE

The Tanner Humanities Center established the World Leaders Lecture Forum in 2006 with the goal to bring internationally influential men and women to the University of Utah to address world events and global concerns. Our invited guest delivers a free public lecture on campus then speaks to approximately 350 business, university, and government leaders at a private dinner. This program has sponsored the visits of former Prime Minister of Israel Ehud Barak, Nobel Peace Prize recipient Shirin Ebadi of Iran, President of Colombia Cesar Gaviria, former President of Doctors Without Borders James Orbinski, Prime Minister of Australia Julia Gillard, and Former CIA Director John Brennan, among others.


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