Born in Puerto Rico, Ferre attended the University of Miami. His career in politics began in 1966, when he became a Florida State Representative. He then served as the commissioner of Miami, (1967–1970). In 1973, he was elected mayor of Miami, becoming the first Hispanic mayor of a major U.S. city. A Democrat, he served as mayor for twelve years. Ferre has also worked as a banker and business consultant and has held various research and teaching posts
Carlos Sánchez Berzaín (bio)
Attorney experienced in Constitutional Law, master’s degree in Political Science and master’s degree in Sociology, Political Scientist. A founding member of the Judicial Bolivian Ateneo. Professor of Constitutional Law and Public International Law. Professor of Political Analysis of the Maicop, Universidad de Salamanca, Spain 2011 – 1013. Professor and member of the academic staff of the Master in Image Advice and consultancy policy MAICOP of the University Camilo José Cela, Spain. It has sponsored in Bolivia historical causes in defense of fundamental freedoms and the control of constitutionality.
Beatrice E. Rangel
Luis Leonel León