Juan Carlos Iturregui
Board of Directors, Vice Chair
Juan Carlos Iturregui joined the IAF board in 2015. He specializes in business, regulatory, and public policy issues affecting the Americas and works closely with decision makers and sponsors in the United States and various Latin American countries to promote business initiatives, investments, closer hemispheric links, and public-private sector partnerships. He is a former Member of the President’s Export Council, the nation’s top advisory panel on international trade and overseas markets. He also promotes private-sector development and investments in the Caribbean and Latin America, with a focus on renewable energy and infrastructure projects. Mr. Iturregui is a Partner at Nelson Mullins, LLP, a national full-service law firm with over 100 years in operations and 25 offices in the United States. Prior to being elected Partner at his current firm, he served as Senior Advisor at a global law firm, working with leadership on strategic projects. He also managed his own consulting firm, rendering project development and advisory services to a select group of U.S.-based clients. He has served on various national non-profit boards, including a recently concluded five-year stint as Vice Chair of the American Red Cross, National Capital Region. He currently serves as a member of the Board of Visitors at George Mason University, one of the nation’s leading public research universities. Mr. Iturregui is a past fellow of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute and has 30 years of experience in the nation’s capital, having served in the Legislative and Executive branches as well as in several top-rated law and public affairs firms. He earned his law degree in 1990 from The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., and his Bachelor’s in Political Science from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.