Since leaving office, President Vicente Fox has been involved in public speaking advocating for education, compassion, global economy, and the need of finding peaceful solutions to the war against drug cartels.
Former President of Mexico Vicente Fox will be the keynote speaker during a private dinner held at the San Francisco Civic Center Plaza on Saturday, Sept. 7 to talk to about the solutions he proposes to move a step forward in winning the war against drug cartels in Mexico and United States.
It is part of Fox’s visit to the Bay Area as he raises awareness for the fight to control the drug wars that affect both countries.
This exclusive event will take place right after his participation also as keynote speaker at the 3rd Annual International Cannabis and Hemp Expo Connoisseurs Cup at the Civic Center Plaza to promote INTCHE’s mission of education, awareness and advancement of medicinal cannabis and hemp.
President Fox Vicente Fox served as President of Mexico from 2000 to 2006. The first candidate from an opposition party to be elected president since 1920, he garnered 42 percent of the vote, marking the first time that the then-dominant Institutional Revolutionary Party had lost a presidential election. Under his leadership, the country experienced a stretch of fundamental economic strength and stability.
Mr. Fox studied Business Administration at the Universidad Iberoamericana. He then received a Top Management Diploma at the Harvard Business School in Boston, Massachusetts, in the United States. He rose in the Coca-Cola Company from a route supervisor in his native state of Guanajuato, Mexico to become the youngest in history President of the corporation for Mexico and Latin America.
Since leaving office, President Vicente Fox has been involved in public speaking advocating for education, compassion, global economy, and the need of finding peaceful solutions to the war against drug cartels. His upcoming visit to San Francisco is to talk about his proposed approach to move a step forward against the drug cartels in Mexico and United States.