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Carlos Rojas- Arbulú

Consul and Senior Trade Commissioner
Mr. Rojas-Arbulú has 20 years of international experience including 14 years as a manager; and has worked in 8 countries across 3 continents: Americas, Africa and Asia. In Canada, he held the position of Senior Departmental Advisor to two Ministers of International Cooperation & La Francophonie (2015-2017); Director of the Environment Division (2014-2015); Deputy Director, Corporate Social Responsibility & National Contact Point for the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises (2007-2010); as well as positions in the Central America and Caribbean (2003-2005) and Mexico (2000-2003) divisions. As a diplomat, he was appointed Consul and Head of Trade & Investment at the Canadian Consulate General in Mumbai, India in August 2019; Head of Cooperation at the Canadian Embassy in Haiti (2017-2019); Regional Trade Program Leader at the Canadian Embassy in Senegal (2010-2014); Commercial Program Manager at the Canadian Embassy in Guatemala (2005-2007). He has also had assignments in Mexico and Peru with the Canadian government and in Nicaragua with the Canadian private sector. Recognized as an effective communicator in French, English and Spanish (and beginners Portuguese), he is a committed, motivated individual with a strong work ethic. He has twice received the Deputy Ministers' Award of Excellence: Young Leaders (2010) and Policy and Program Development (2009), as well as other awards and recognition during his career. By his willingness to federate actors, he was named President of the Concertation des Partenaires au développement within the international community of donors in Haiti (2018-2019). Mr. Rojas-Arbulú holds degrees from Concordia University and McGill University in Canada; he was born in Peru and immigrated to Canada at the age of 15. He is married to Mélanie Karina Monette (Sexologist and Psychotherapist) and they have three children.

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Wednesday, February 12
 

3:15pm PST