Frank Sanchez

Frank SanchezMr. Sanchez works with corporations and governments worldwide on complex transactions, labor-management issues, litigation settlement, negotiation strategy, alliance management, facilitation and training.

In 1999, he became a Special Assistant to the President of the United States working in the Office of the Special Envoy for the Americas. In the White House he worked with the National Security Council, the State Department and the U.S. Trade Representative on Western Hemisphere economic integration and the promotion of democracy. President Clinton later appointed Mr. Sanchez U.S. Assistant Secretary of Transportation where he developed aviation policy and oversaw international negotiations. Prior to his work in the federal government, he practiced corporate and administrative law with the law firm of Steel, Hector and Davis in Miami, Florida.

Before entering law, he served in the administration of former Florida Governor (now U.S. Senator) Bob Graham, as the first director of the state's Caribbean Basin Initiative Program. He is a contributing author to Negociacion 2000, a collection of essays on negotiation published by McGraw-Hill.

Mr. Sanchez received his undergraduate and law degrees from Florida State University and received a Master's in Public Administration from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. In addition to serving as a Senior Professional with CMI Concord Group, Mr. Sanchez is a Senior Consultant with CMPartners, LLC and Managing Partner of Cambridge Negotiation Strategies Group.

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