Special Committee on Cuba
HNBA SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON CUBA
As the national voice of the Hispanic legal community, our organization has a vested interest in ensuring that the policy changes that are advanced not only improve business and economic opportunities between our nations, but also promote the civil and human rights of all Cubans on the island. The objectives of the HNBA Special Committee on Cuba include amplifying those priorities and communicating them directly with policymakers in Washington, D.C., including the leaders and members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
In addition to being a lawyer and lobbyist in New Jersey, Guillermo Artiles is a noted adviser on U.S.-Cuba relations, actively involved with the Americas Society/Council of the Americas, Cuba Study Group, Cuba Now, and New Cuba PAC. Mr. Artiles is General Counsel to the Cuban American Alliance for Leadership & Education and writes, speaks and counsels clients on the macro and micro opportunities that exist on the island.