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Announcement of Victorino Noval Foundation Board of Directors


Announcement of Victorino Noval Foundation Board of Directors

The Victorino Noval Foundation is pleased to announce the Foundation's Board of Directors for fiscal 2010 and 2011.

Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) January 12, 2011

The Victorino Noval Foundation is pleased to announce the Foundation's Board of Directors for fiscal 2010 and 2011. The Foundation's Board of Directors will serve to carry on the legacy of Victorino Noval Sr., an anticommunist freedom fighter in efforts to raise awareness of the need for “human rights” and improve travel and trade relations between Americans and Cuba. The Foundation's goal is to promote economic trade, medical options, natural resources, and cultural exchange, which will contribute to the economic benefit of both countries.

The Victorino Noval Foundation's Board of Directors is comprised of seven members who will be focused on the foundation's strategic objectives and mission for improved relations between Cuba and America.

Victorino Noval, Jr., Chairman of the Board and Founder, has been a California real estate businessman for over 30 years and is the eldest son of Victorino Noval, Sr., who was a member of Gobierno Interno de Liberacion Anticomunista (GILA) known as the Internal Government of Anti-Communist Liberation and who made a brave attempt with his fellow Cubans to eliminate communist influence in Cuba. Victorino Noval, Jr. created the foundation in his father's memory to continue his father's efforts and the goals he set out to accomplish, namely lifting the Cuban embargo and improving relations between the two countries.

Maurice C. Inman, Jr. will serve as both Legal Counsel and Director on the board. Mr. Inman has practiced law for over 50 years for both the United States of America and the State of California and served under the Ronald Reagan administration as the General Counsel of the U.S. Immigration & Naturalization Service from 1981 through 1986.

Congressman Curt Weldon will serve as the Foreign Affairs Advisor and Director of the foundation. The Honorable Curt Weldon has served for 20 years in the United States Congress retiring as both Vice Chair of the House Armed Services Committee as well as Vice Chair of the House Homeland Security Committee.

Capt. Ed Sullivan will serve as the Cultural Exchange Coordinator and Director to the foundation. Ed has over 30 years of experience in the corporate financial sector. Capt. Sullivan, a US Coast Guard licensed merchant marine, has circumnavigated the earth over three times delivering American foreign commerce. As a former member of the La Jolla, CA. Town Council, Capt. Sullivan worked to establish the La Jolla Monaco Cultural Exchange (, bringing the home communities of the world's first two oceanographic institutions together through a cultural exchange and raising awareness of the scientific contributions of Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the Musee Oceanographique de Monaco for solutions to global warming and ocean acidification.

Samir Al-Mahallawy will serve as a Director and the Board's Cultural Exchange advisor to the Middle East. Samir has over 35 years experience in corporate management of international commerce with a specialty in oil development advisory. Mr. Mahallawy brings a cultural diversity to the Board of Directors.

Nancy Alusow will serve as a Science Advisor to the Board of Directors. Nancy has over 30 years experience at MIT's Lincoln Laboratory in administration and management of various functional areas of MIT's Lincoln Labs and its employees.

Deana Elmblad will serve as the foundation board's Secretary and Director. Deana has over 10 years experience in high tech supply chain strategy and product marketing.

Please find the complete biographies for the Victorino Noval Foundation's Board of Directors at

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