Cuba and US Policy: Looking Ahead

March 1, 2002
Los Angeles, California


Abraham F. Lowenthal, President, Pacific Council on International Policy

Brian Alexander, Director,, Trade and Policy Intelligence on Cuba

Conference Organizers

Jennifer Davies, Program Associate, The Stanley Foundation

Sherry Gray, Program Officer, The Stanley Foundation

Leanne Johnson, Events Planner, Pacific Council on International Policy

David Karl, Senior Program Associate, Pacific Council on International Policy


Ann Louise Bardach, Contributing Editor, Talk Magazine; Visiting Professor of International Journalism, University of Southern California

Brennan Byrne, Lieutenant Colonel, United States Marine Corps; Special Assistant to Commander in Chief, United States Southern Command

Sally Grooms Cowal, President, Cuba Policy Foundation

Aimee Dominguez, President, Cuban American Bar Association

Mary Lloyd Estrin, Program Manager for International Peace, General Service Foundation

Richard P. Fajardo, Attorney, Law Offices of Richard P. Fajardo

Murray Fromson, Professor, School of Journalism, University of Southern California

Edward Gonzalez, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, University of California, Los Angeles

Kenneth E. Grubbs, Jr., Freelance Journalist

Dennis K. Hays, Executive Vice President, Cuban American National Foundation

Jane S. Jaquette, Professor of Politics, Occidental College

Jeff Martin, Director of Programming and Vice President, The Stanley Foundation

Kevin McCarthy, Coordinator, California Research Manager, International Studies, RAND

Sergio Muñoz, Editorial Board, Los Angeles Times

C. Richard Nelson, Director, Program on International Security, The Atlantic Council of the United States

Alolfo Nodal, Chief Executive Officer, Inter-Americas LLC

Richard A. Nuccio, Director, Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy, Salve Regina University

Mark Q. Sawyer, Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of California, Los Angeles

Gregory F. Treverton, Senior Consultant, RAND

Affiliations are listed for identification purposes only. Participants attended as individuals rather than as representatives of their governments or organizations.