Juan S. González

Cohen Group

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Juan Gonzalez is associate vice president of the Cohen Group; Gonzalez served in the Obama Administration in a number of senior-level positions, including deputy assistant secretary of state for Western Hemisphere Affairs, He has also served as a special advisor to Vice President Joe Biden, and NSC director for Western Hemisphere Affairs.

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