IACCGH Monthly Programs
INDO-AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF GREATER HOUSTON
1535 West Loop South, Suite 200, Houston, TX 77027, Tel: 713-624-7131, Fax: 713-624-7132
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Web: www.iaccgh.com
October 6th 2005
INVITATION TO BE PART OF INDO AMERICAN TRADE DELEGATION
FROM USA TO INDIA
On Continental Airlines nonstop flight from Newark to Delhi
Experience Non-stop Travel to India
Leave November 14th and reach Delhi the next evening
Join members of the Alliance of Indo American Chambers:
Houston & Dallas (TX), Jacksonville, Tampa & Miami (FL), Atlanta (GA) & Tulsa (OK) & attend
Indo American Chamber of Commerce Indo US Economic Summit
in New Delhi
on Nov 16th & 17th.
Visit the India International Trade Fair
on Nov 18th
at Pragati Maidan, Delhi.
This Trade delegation will depart Liberty Airport NY/NJ on Monday November 14th 2005. Return date from Delhi of the official delegation is Nov 22rd, but you may return early or delay your trip by up to 30 days provided seats are available at the same fares. The return date must be specified at the time of booking. Please see the following pages for additional details regarding this exciting event.
10-Day Economy Package for Travel to Delhi and Mumbai is only $3,700 per person.
The package includes coach international travel (Newark-Delhi roundtrip), Domestic U.S. airfare (from your originating city to Newark and back), Delhi-Mumbai roundtrip airfare, hotel stays at Delhi and Mumbai, fees to attend the Economic Summit and the India International Trade Fair, meals and local transport.
The Chamber is also offering a Delhi only Business Class Package for $5000 which will include
- a)Roundtrip Business Class Airfare to Delhi departing Nov 14th
- b)Domestic U.S. airfare (from your originating city to Newark and back),
- c)4 nights (Nov 15th, 16th,17th&18th) Hotel Accommodation at the Taj AMBASSADOR Hotel in Delhi (20 minutes away from Summit venue)
- d)Registration and access to the two day Indo US Economic summit including lunch on both days
- e)A VIP visit to the IITF on Nov 18th including lunch
- f)You will be free to proceed with your own business meetings/travel plans after the 18th
For details on a Business Class Package for Delhi and Mumbai, please contact the undersigned by email email@example.com or call 832 746 8372.
All Reservations with a deposit of $2000 and your return date must be received by the Chamber by October 12th to reserve this package with the balance of the amount due by October 20th.
Somesh Singh Jagdip Ahluwalia
President Executive Director
Continental Airlines Sponsors Indo American Trade Delegation to India
November 14th, 2005- November 23rd, 2005
INVITATION to join the INDO AMERICAN TRADE DELEGATION FROM THE USA TO NEW DELHI on CONTINENTAL AIRLINES nonstop flight to Delhi and attend the
Indo American Economic Summit hosted by IACC in New Delhi on Nov 16th & 17th 2005 and the India International Trade Fair 2005 at Pragati Maidan, Delhi on Nov 18th .
Continental Airlines is starting nonstop service from Newarks Liberty Airport to New Delhi with an inaugural flight on November 1st 2005.
IACCGH is a member of an Alliance of Indo American Chambers of Commerce which include
Indo American Chambers in Texas (Houston, Dallas), Georgia (Atlanta),Florida (Tampa, Jacksonville, Miami) and Oklahoma (Tulsa). Members of this Alliance of Indo American Chambers invite you to join them on a special Indo American TRADE DELEGATION to be part of the Inaugural Month Celebrations of the first Nonstop US to India flight by Continental Airlines.
Delegation to depart Liberty Airport, Newark on Wednesday November 14th 2005. Return date of the delegation is Nov23rd but delegates will be allowed return deviations up to a 30 day maximum, as long as seats are available at the same fares. Return date will have to be specified at the time of booking.
The Continental Airlines Return ticket is NY/NJ to New Delhi. Return to the USA will be from Delhi.
Budgeted cost: $3700 (without room upgrades)
Airfare (Domestic connection from Your city to Newark, International and Delhi-Mumbai roundtrip) $1350
Hotel Delhi 5 nights $1125 (Hotel Taj Ambassador- including 12.5%tax)
Additional supplement for rooms at Taj Palace (venue of Summit)
Luxury room $65/room/night plus 12.5% tax
Club Level $95/room/night plus 12.5% tax
Hotel Mumbai 2 nights $0360
Fee to attend Summit $0100
Delegation fee $0765 to cover cost of transport, meals, meetings, hosting receptions and other related expenses
A limited number of Economy seats can be upgraded to Business First for an additional $3000.
Seats will be available thru the Chambers of Commerce in Houston, Atlanta, Dallas, Tulsa, Tampa & Miami.
A deposit of $2000 is due by Oct 12th with the balance due by Oct 20th
We invite you to forward this information to any member of your organization/friends who might be interested in participating in the proposed Trade delegation. They can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details or call me at 832 746 8372.
Pl ask them to respond by Wednesday October 12th 2005 if they are interested.
832 746 8372
1) Depart as a group on the Nov 14th flight from Newark Liberty (EWR) at 8.50pm Arrive New Delhi 9.15pm November 15th (total flying time EWR-DEL 14 hours)
Delhi Nov 16th to Nov 20th
2) Meetings in Delhi will include:
Meetings with the Indian Union Minister of Industry and Commerce
A Briefing breakfast with the US Embassy in Delhi and meetings with US Dept of Commerce Staff in Delhi.
One on one meetings arranged by US Dept of Commerce (fee based under their Gold Key program) and/or Chambers of Commerce in India
Nov 16th & 17th: Indo US Economic Summit hosted by IACC India
Nov 18th: Visit the 25th annual India International Trade Fair in Delhi
Nov 19th: Option to return to visit the IITF
Nov 19th evening: Optional visit to Agra: Taj Mahal (return to Delhi by lunch Nov 20th)
Nov 20th evening Depart Delhi for Mumbai (depart Delhi 6.00pm arrive Mumbai 7.55pm)
Nov 21st Meetings in Mumbai
Nov 22nd Meetings in Mumbai
Meetings in Mumbai will include
- A briefing by the US Consulate
- Meetings with the Maharashtra Industries Ministry
- Meetings with the Chairman of the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation
- Meetings with members and the leaders of the IACC, Mumbai and other Chamber and Trade Associations
We would like to use the visit to Mumbai to encourage our delegates to understand opportunities for projects/ventures in the State of Maharashtra and hope to arrange a meeting of the delegation with the Chief Minister of Maharashtra.
Delegates will be free to take the evening flight on Nov 22nd to catch the return flight from Delhi to Newark.
Delegates will also be offered the opportunity to extend their visit with side trips to Pune (leave Nov 22nd evening from Mumbai for Pune by road), Bangalore, Hyderabad or Chennai. All delegates must return to the USA within 30 days of departure.
Nov 22nd Depart Mumbai for Delhi at 5.45pm to arrive Delhi at 7.40pm
Nov 22nd Depart Delhi 11.45pm for Newark to arrive Nov 23rd EWR at 5.05am
Nov 23rd Catch domestic flight back home from EWR.
Domestic Travel within India will be on Sahara Airways. The office will book the groupï¿½s roundtrip ticket from Delhi to Mumbai. Tickets for travel to the breakaway cities will be the responsibility of individual members of the group.
Indo-US Economic Summit: Bridging the Gap
16th & 17th November 2005
Hotel Taj Palace, New Delhi
The Indo-American Chamber of Commerce is organizing its Second Indo-US Economic Summit, Bridging the Gap on 16th & 17th November 2005 at Hotel Taj Palace, New Delhi.
Dr Manmohan Singhïs recent visit to the US has generated substantial goodwill and interest about India in the United States. Indian and American companies are enthused to enter into strategic partnerships in diverse areas.
It is in these exciting and challenging times and when the Indo-US relations are at an all-time high that the Second Indo-US Economic Summit is being held.
To share ideas and explore opportunities for:
- Expanding Indo-US trade relations
- Enhancing Indo-US business collaborations and joint ventures
- Exploring investment opportunities in India and investment opportunities in the US
- Establishing one to one business contacts
Summit focus — issues, problems and opportunities in the following sectors:
- Expansion of Indo-US trade and Opportunities in organized Retail Trade in India
- Financial Sector including Banking, Capital Markets and Insurance
- Partnership with the US in Civil Aviation
- Indo-US partnership in the Energy sector
Who will participate:
The Summit will be attended by senior representatives from Indian and US Governments, Multilateral and Bilateral bodies, CEOï¿½s of Indian and American Corporates, Public Sector undertakings, Banks & Financial Institutions, Consultants and Decision Makers.
Mr Kamal Nath, Honï¿½ble Minister for Commerce & Industry, has agreed to, inaugurate the Summit.
Eminent Indian and US personalities from the Indian and US Governments; Corporate leaders from Indian and American businesses, and prominent personalities who have contributed successfully towards Indo-US relations.
Indo-US Economic Summit : Bridging the Gap
Wednesday, November 16, 2005
9.00 a.m. to 10.00 a.m. : Registration
10.00 a.m to 11.00 a.m. : Inaugural Session
Mr B Prabhakar
National President IACC
Mr Prem Behl
Indo-American Chamber of Commerce
Dr David C Mulford
US Ambassador to India *
Mr Michael F Carter
Country Director World Bank
Inaugural Address by Chief Guest
Mr Kamal Nath
Honorable Minister for Commerce & Industry
Vote of Thanks
Mr Baljit Sobti
President, North India Council
Indo-American Chamber of Commerce
11.00 am to 11.30 am : Tea Break
11.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. : Session I
Indo-US Trade for Accelerated Growth
Mr Ajit Ranade
A V Birla Group
Mr Baba Kalyani
Chairman & Managing Director
Bharat Forge Ltd
Mr Niru Mehta
Managing Director and Vice President
Avaya India Pvt Ltd
Keynote Address by
Mr S N Menon
SecretaryMinistry of Commerce & Industry
Mr B J Panda*
Indo-US Parliamentary Forum
Mr Prithviraj Chavan*
Minister of State
Prime Minister’s Office
Mr G K Pillai
Ministry of Commerce and Industry
Mr Lee Brudvig*
Minister Economic Counselor
Mr James H Lambright*
Chairman & President (Acting)
Export Import Bank of the United States
Q&A 1.30 p.m.to 2.30 p.m. : Lunch
2.30 p.m.to 4.00 p.m. : Session II
Organized Retail Trade in India Options and Opportunities
Opening address by Chairman and Moderator
Mr Arvind Virmani
Mr L Mansingh
Secretary Ministry of Consumer Affairs, GOI
Mr Harminder Sahni,
Principal & Associate Director, Retail & Annuities Practice
Mr Vikram Bakshi
Mr Anup Singh*
ITC Tobacco Division
4.00 p.m.-4.30p.m. : Tea
4.30 p.m.- 6.20p.m. : Session III
Energy: Crucial for growth
“Fueling Economic Expansion with Renewable Energy”
Mr Roger Madsen
Director Idaho Commerce & Labor
Mr SC Tripathi
Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, GOI
Oil & Gas
Mr Proshanto Banerjee
Chairman & Managing Director GAIL
Mr AK Puri*
Chairman & Managing Director, BHEL
Dr Vikram Rao
Vice President, Technology
Halliburton Energy Services, US
Mr Henrique H Ubrig
President, E.I.Dupont India Private Ltd
Mr Sony Sonrexa
Thursday, November 17, 2005
9.30 am ï¿½ 11.30 am Session IV
India’s Financial Sector: Reforms for faster growth
Mr K N Memani
Mr A K Purwar
State Bank of India
Mr Michael Wattleworth
Sr. Resident Representative
Q & A
Banking Sector: Transformation for globalization
Mr K N Memani
Mr Sanjay Nayar*
Mr Rana Kapoor
Q & A
- 30 am to 12.00 noon Tea Break
12.00 to1.30 p.m. Session V
Capital Markets – A huge latent demand
Address by Session Chairman
Mr Nimesh Kampani
JP Morgan Stanley
Keynote Address by
Mr KV Kamath*
Managing Director & CEO
Mr Shahzaad Dalal*
IL&FS Investment Managers Ltd
Mr U K Sinha *
Deptt. of Economic Affairs
Q & A
Insurance: Encouraging investment
Mr Garry Bennett
Max New York Life
Mr Sunil Mehta
Country Head and CEO
American International Group
Mr C S Rao
Mr S K Mitra
Director – Financial Services
Aditya Birla Group
Ms Shikha Sharma
ICICI Prudential Life Insurance
Q & A
1.30 pm to 2.30 pm : Lunch
2.30 pm to4.00 p.m. : Session III
Civil Aviation: Partnership with US
Dr. Vivek Lall
Boeing International Corporation (I)(P) Ltd
Address by Guest of Honour
Mr Praful Patel*
Honï¿½ble Minister for Civil Aviation, GOI
Chairman and Keynote Speaker
Mr Ajay Prasad
Secretary, Ministry of Civil Aviation, GOI
Mr Larry Kellner
Chairman & CEO
Mr. Athar Khan
Managing Director, Asia/Pacific
Mr Ronojoy Dutta
Dr Vijay Mallya
Kingfisher Airlines Ltd
Mr S N Subrahmanyan*
Jt.G.M. & Head Airports
L & T
Mr Kiran Grandhi*
4.00 pm – 4.15 pm Tea
4.15 pm-5.15 pm Summing up & Valedictory Session
Guest of Honour
Mr Mani Shankar Aiyar
Honï¿½ble Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas, GOI (Speak on Energy: Crucial for Growth)
Dr Montek Singh Ahluwalia
Dy Chairman, Planning Commission
Summing Up & Vote of Thanks
Mr Prem Behl
Indo-US Economic Summit
Indo-US Economic Summit: Bridging the Gap
November 16 & 17, 2005 Hotel Taj Palace New Delhi
Indo-US trade For Accelerated Growth
Indiaï¿½s aim is to double India’s share in US market from the present 1% to 2 % in the next five years. The two-way trade rose to $21.681billion in 2004-05 up from $18.035 billion in 2003-4 an increase of 20% and is expected to touch $28 billion during 2005-06, recording a significant growth of 30% over the previous fiscal.
US Businesses are looking for a retuned regulatory regime and removal of FDI ceilings
- Non-Tariff barriers in the US impede market access for various Indian products
- Huge subsidies to farmers in the US render Indian farm produce uncompetitive and act as a barrier to increase trade.
- Due to stringent sanitary norms, farm products also face market access problems.
Organized Retail Trade in India: Options and Opportunities
One of India’s sunrise sectors, organized Retailing, is poised to transform the face of the $200 billion retail industry as multinational companies are vying to expand the mere 3% share of the organized retail sector. According to an estimate the branded domestic retail in India accounts for 4% of business, the rest being in the unorganized sector. Retail trade employs about 8% of the total workforce of India and contributes around 13% to the GDP. The government initiatives aimed at evolving a suitable FDI policy for retail sector will lead to large scale job creation, increased economic activity and value addition in farm and food sectors. The US private sector has a great deal to offer but can do that only if allowed to fully get into India.
Energy: Crucial for Growth
To auction additional sites for exploration and drilling have created wide spread interests among the oil majors in the world. A major initiative highlighted during Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh visit to the US was the US-India Energy Dialogue, designed to promote increased trade and investment in the energy. This dialogue will promote these goals through the following working groups:
a)Oil and Gas
c)Power and Energy Efficiency
d)New Technologies and Renewable Energy
Estimated to be a US$90 billion industry, the Oil and Gas industry is among the largest contributors to the central and state exchequers in India. Its share approximates US$13.58 billion.
American and other global companies have shown keen interest to participate in the oil and natural gas projects in India. The recent proposals
Opportunities for investors in the energy sector of India exist, but lack of a comprehensive energy policy is a barrier to foreign investment in long-term energy projects.
Banking Sector: Transformation For Globalization
Opening up of the banking sector reforms to the private sector has improved banking system in India by bringing competition, improved products, greater transparency and corporate governance.
The Banking Regulations (Amendment) Bill, 2005 intends to give private investors voting rights proportionate to their shareholdings. This is expected to attract much needed foreign investment as it was reckoned to be a big constraint on investment by private / foreign players in the Indian Banks.
Competition, convergence and consolidation would be the key drivers of growth in the Indian Banking system.
Insurance: Encouraging Investment
Presently, the Government allows 26% equity limit for FDI in the insurance sector. The Finance Minister in his budget of 2004-2005, announced the Government intention to hike the FDI cap on insurance sector to 49%.
Indian insurance companies have been actively wooing the government to allow more foreign equity in their companies. The current paid up requirements of Rs.100 crore for general and Rs.200 crore for life insurance have become difficult benchmarks for the companies to sustain, given the pace of growth of the market. In such a scenario, the companies feel, the injection of additional foreign equity would reduce their costs. Insurance penetration has been low at around 2%. The sector was liberalized for the private players towards the end of 1999 when IRDA came out with the regulations.
Capital Markets- A Huge Latent Demand
The equity market is ruling at an all time high and foreign funds are coming into the Indian market in huge amounts.
There is a need to ensure that there is no loss of investment, but robust capital formation leading to higher production, economic growth and creation of employment through effective corporate governance.
Positive tidings about the Indian economy combined with a fast-growing market have made India an attractive destination for foreign institutional investors (FIIs).
Civil Aviation: Partnership with US
The Civil Aviation sector is on a roll with both state-owned and private carriers adding more capacity and launching more connections globally, as air traffic to and from India continues to grow at 20 per cent annually.
The US India Open Skies Treaty signed in April 2005 –removes all barriers on air services between the two countries. It will allow an unlimited number of U.S. carriers to serve an unlimited number of points in India – and will do the same for Indian carriers into the United States.
This agreement will result in more services, more options, more innovation, and lower prices and support initiatives such as technical assistance, jobs training and personnel exchanges.
The Indian Government is also planning to usher in a more flexible FDI regime in the civil aviation sector. Currently the FDI cap in domestic aviation is 49%. NRI/ OCBs are permitted to invest upto 100% equity.
The New Civil Aviation Policy which is expected to be announced soon, will increase FDI ceilings, while keeping the foreign airlines out of the domestic aviation market.
Silver Jubilee India International Trade Fair 2005-
November 14-27th, 2005
Venue: Pragati Maidan, Delhi
Organized by The India Trade Promotion Organization (ITPO), the premier trade promotion agency of the Government of India. Ever since its inception in 1980, this mega-event has evolved into Asia’s largest show of its kind. It provides a window to the broad spectrum of industrial progress set in the global background.
This annual event provides a common platform for manufacturers, traders, exporters and importers.
To mark its 25th year, the Indian Trade Promotion Organization will have POWER & COMMUNICATION as special theme. The exhibitors and participants will also cover the following sectors: Information Technology, capital goods, scientific and technological achievements in all sectors of industry, agriculture, telecommunications, infrastructural facilities, services sector, consumer durables, food and food products, textiles and clothing, giftware, kitchenware, toys, sports goods and equipment, building materials, medical and herbal products, leather goods, all kinds of engineering goods, electronic entertainment products etc.
IITF’ 2004 has received tremendous responses with participation from more than 7,400 Indian and 327 overseas companies from 28 countries. The fair witnessed a whopping turnover of 2,65,000 business visitors including 86 delegations from 48 countries.
The Alliance of Indo American Chambers of Commerce Delegation from the USA will visit IITF 2005 on Friday Nov 18th with the option to also visit the Fair on Saturday Nov 19th.
Continental Airlinesï¿½ Daily Service to New Delhi, India will benefit Houston
- Continental will launch daily one-stop service from HoustonBush Intercontinental Airport through its New York-area hub at Newark Liberty International Airport to New Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport beginning November 1, 2005.
- Houston travelers to India will have the benefit of one-stop, same-carrier service through a U.S. gateway, rather than connect through European gateways at Frankfurt Germany Airport, Paris Charles de Gaulle International Airport or London Heathrow Airport.
- Continental New Delhi service will reduce current travel time from Houston by at least 2 hours by eliminating transfers to other air carriers that are currently required at these European gateways.
- Houston travelers will find Continental New Delhi service more convenient, as they will be able to use Continental exclusive facilities at Liberty International Airport to clear customs and catch a flight back to Houston without having to change terminals.
- Houston travelers will also have the added benefit of access to Continental exclusive Presidents Club lounges and the opportunity to earn and redeem OnePass miles for travel to and from New Delhi on Continental.
- The new service will be operated with a 283-seat Boeing 777 aircraft with a capacity of 48 passengers in the BusinessFirst cabin and 235 in the Economy Class:
- The BusinessFirst seat on the 777 is among the widest business class seats in the world, offering a 170-degree recline and more than six feet of sleeping space in the fully-extended position. Other features include privacy hoods and large seat side wings for greater privacy.
- Economy class on the 777 is also exceptionally comfortable and spacious. As with BusinessFirst class, every Economy class passenger has an individual seatback video system complete with video/audio channels and video games as well as an in-flight telephone with over-water capacity.
Houston to New Delhi
o Depart IAH 2:19 p.m. Arrive EWR: 6:44 p.m.
o Depart EWR 8:50 p.m. Arrive DEL: 9:30 p.m.*
o Total Duration: 19 hours, 26 minutes
New Delhi to Houston
o Depart DEL 11:30 p.m. Arrive EWR 4:50 a.m.*
o Depart EWR 6:00 a.m. Arrive IAH 8:30 a.m.
o Total Duration: 20 hours, 30 minutes
Continental Airlines is the worlds sixth largest airline. It has more than 3,000 daily departures throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia. Continental operates its largest hub from George Bush Intercontinental Airport, offering over 660 daily departures to 178 nonstop destinations in the United States, Latin America, Europe and Asia. With the airlines headquarters in downtown Houston and nearly 17,000 employees in the area, Continental is proud to be Houstons hometown carrier.
Participating Chambers of Commerce
(Current at time of printing)
Indo-American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Houston (IACCGH)
1535 West Loop South, Ste. 200, Houston, Texas 77027, USA
Ph: (713) 624-7131, Fax: (713) 624-7132
e-mail: email@example.com website: www.iaccgh.com
Contact : Somesh Singh, President Tel 713 624 7131
Jagdip Ahluwalia, Executive Director. Tel 832 746 8372
Greater Dallas Indo-American Chamber of Commerce
5930 LBJ Freeway, #350 Dallas, Texas 75240
Phone: 214-346-9559 Fax: 214-346-9521 www.gdiacc.org
Contact: A.K. Mago (Founding Chairman) or firstname.lastname@example.org
CC Theophine (Chairman) email@example.com
Georgia Indo-American Chamber of Commerce (GIACC)
4780 Ashford Dunwoody Road Suite A-276, Atlanta, GA 30338
Ph: 678-230-3283, Fax: 770-381-9344
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org website :www.giacc.org
Contact: Dr. Ash Thakker (President) (770) 803 3001x24 email@example.com
Suresh K. Sharma 404-321-5986 firstname.lastname@example.org
Indo-US Chamber of Commerce Tampa
P.O. Box 20232 Tampa, FL 33622-0232
Ph: (813) 282-3600 Fax: (813) 282-3600
e-mail: email@example.com website www.indo-us.org
Contact: Dilip Kanji 813-287-0907 Ext. 540 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Minesh Patel – 813-417-4633 EMail: email@example.com
Indo-US Chamber of Commerce of NE Florida
4675 Salisbury Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32256
Ph: 904-273-7333 e-mail: Infoserv@indousnefl.org website www.indousnefl.org
Contact: Sukhbir Singh(President) 904 880 1764 firstname.lastname@example.org
India US Chamber of Commerce Inc.
3801 NE 207 St. STE. 1102 Aventura, FL 33180
Phone: 305-931-8257 Fax: 305-937-4909
Contact : Madhu Mehta (President) email@example.com
Mehir Ashraf Mehir1@hotmail.com
Indo-American Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma (IACCO)
P.O. Box: 6909112 Tulsa, OK 74169
Phone: 918-665-6419 Fax: 918-665-0807 website http://www.iaccok.com/
Contact : Mukesh Shah ( President), Tel 918 835 1166 email: Mukesh@galaxy-1.com
Dr. Sada Joshi ( Secretary), Tel 918 665 6419 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jane Perkins email@example.com
Mr. Somesh Singh
Board of Directors
Dr. Durga Agrawal
Dr. Randhir Sinha
Mr. S.M. Gavai
Consul General of India
CEO, BMC Software
Dr. Ray Bowen
Past President, Texas A & M
Dr. Malcolm Gillis
Chairman, Vinmar Group
Dr. G. Jay Gogue
University of Houston
Shell Global Solutions (US) Inc.
George A. Hrdlicka
Chamberlain, Hrdlicka et al
Roy M. Huffington
Roy M. Huffington, Inc.
Dr. David Leebron
President, Rice University
Dr. John Mendelsohn
President, M.D. Anderson
President, Bay Area Houston
Dr. Arthur Smith
University of Houston
Dr. Peter Traber
Baylor College of Medicine