Board of Directors

Enrique Everett Sanchez Salmon Enrique Everett Sanchez Salmon
Board Member

He is a member of the Board of Trustees of Doane University. He has a master's degree in Civil Engineering from Columbia University, United States and a degree in Civil Engineering from Doane University, United States. He holds a diploma from the Business Administration Program for Executives of Cornell University, Johnson School of Management, United States. He has taken courses in leadership, administration and finance in management development programs at prestigious institutions such as the Wharton School of Business of the University of Pennsylvania and the Management Development Center, in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, among others.

He worked in the Panama Canal Authority for 38 years. During the last years in the Panama Canal, he served as Executive Manager for the Contracts, Warehouses and Inventory Division. During his career, he held the following positions:

- Maintenance Division, Public Services Section Manager
- Maintenance Division, Exterior Maintenance Section Manager
- Construction Division Manager
- Maintenance Division Manager
- Contracts Division Manager

The Panama Canal Authority recognized him with a Distinguished Service Award.

He was president of the Society of Friends of the Afro Antillean Museum of Panama (SAMAAP) and continues to be a member of its board of directors. He was President of the Special Commission for the full inclusion of the National Black Ethnic Group (CONEN) and, as such, he was a member of the commission that drafted and managed the draft that resulted in Law 64 of December 6, 2016, which created the National Secretary for the Development of Afro-Panamanians (SENADAP).

He chaired the organization The Dedicators, whose objective is to generate funds for scholarships to university students lacking financial resources and was a member for more than 25 years.

He was the founding director of the Panamanian Tennis Federation.

He took office as a member of the Board of Directors of the Panama Canal Authority on October 11, 2019.





Updated: 07-Nov-2019