– David Rojas Mejia*

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“Leverage my expertise in commercial and international operations to benefit OAS Federal Credit Union and its members, especially given the significant trends in innovation, adoption of new technologies and security.”

David A. Rojas Mejia, Colombian and USA citizen, joins the OAS in 2001 and worked for over 13 years for the Trust for the Americas, a nonprofit affiliate to the OAS. Currently he is the Catalonia Trade and Investment Agency Washington DC Office Director.

Mr. Rojas Mejia holds a degree in Industrial Engineering from Universidad de Los Andes in Bogota, and an International Executive Master of Business Administration from Georgetown University, McDonough School of Business in Washington DC. He has been involved for over twenty-two years in international business advisory, project development, and international cooperation.

Mr. Rojas Mejia plays a key role in developing and identifying business opportunities in the public sector in developing countries, leveraging Catalonia Trade & Investment’s extensive experience and relationships with IFIs (WB, IADB, AfDB, CABEI), leading cross-sector partnerships and bringing together diverse partners for joint advocacy, programming and learning for collective impact.

Results-oriented and executive leader with proven strategic expertise in designing, developing, and implementing programs. Highly developed and credited with multi-faceted expertise in key relationship building, business development, personnel management, budget control in combination with proposal presentation, funding sources, international experience, and solid information technology skills. Recognized with a respected and proven record of accomplishment of well-honed organizational infrastructure, supporting and strategic development.

Mr. Rojas Mejia has been part of the Credit Union Board of Directors for almost 11 years, currently is BOD Vice-Chair and Co-Chair of the Technical committee.

 

*Incumbent

 

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