Regulation

The Council of Former Directors of the Latin American Region, is a consulting body, intended to support and collaborate in the management of the Regional Executive Committee, in statutory and regulatory aspects, as well as in administrative matters, assigned by the Regional Director.

This Council is made up of all former Directors of the Latin American Region, who are voting members in the IEEE. Their activities will be coordinated by the most recent former Regional Director.

The agreements and recommendations of the Board will be adopted by the majority of the former participating Directors, and all of them will be formulated in writing.

The following will be tasks of the Council:

  • Review and propose the update of the Statutes (ByLaws) of the Region, at least once every 5 (five) years.
  • Note any deviation from the current Statutes, which could be detected.
  • Those determined by the Regional Director.

The Council will not have its own funds, except those assigned by the Regional Director, for a specific project.

The text of this Regulation will be communicated to each and every one of the former Directors of the Latin American Region of the IEEE.

 

Members

 

1966 – 67 Guillermo Andrews (Argentina)
1968 – 69 Francisco Hawley (Mexico)
1970 – 71 Carlos A. Lohman (Brazil)
1972 – 73 Ernesto Obregón (Colombia)
1974 – 75 José Roberto Costa de Lacerda (Brazil)
1976 – 77 Ruperto Jiménez (Peru)
1978 – 79 Carlos Rivera Abrams (Puerto Rico)
1980 – 81 Oscar Carlos Fernández (Argentina)
1982 – 83 Eduardo Bonzi Correa (Chile)
1984 – 85 Ramiro García Sosa (Mexico)
1986 – 87 Sergio Eduardo Fronterotta (Brazil)
1988 Carlos E. Rodríguez B. (Panama)
1989 – 91 Luis T. Gandia (Puerto Rico)
1992 – 93 Eduardo Arriola Valdés (Mexico)
1994 – 95 Hugo María Fernández Verstegen (Argentina)
1996-97 Antonio Carlos Bastos (Brasil)
1998 – 99 Juan Carlos Miguez (Uruguay)
2000 – 01 Pedro Ray (Puerto Rico)
2002 – 03 Hugh Rudnick (Chile)
2004 – 05 Francisco Martínez (Mexico)
2006 – 07 Luiz Pilotto (Brazil)
2008 – 09 Enrique E. Alvarez (Peru)
2010 – 11 Tania Quiel (Panama)
2012 – 13 Gustavo Giannattasio (Uruguay)
2014 – 15 Norberto Lerendegui (Argentina)
2016 – 17 Antonio Ferreira (Brazil)
2017 – 18 Teófilo Ramos (Mexico)