We invite you to become a member of CCAA for 2015 and join us in our advocacy to promote democracy and private sector-led economic development through increased trade and investment flows in the Caribbean and Central America. As the Western Hemisphere deals with the challenging issues of trade, security and development, it is more critical than ever that the small economies of the Caribbean Basin not be left behind the larger GDP nations.
As a member of CCAA, you will be assured of an invitation to principal CCAA activities and events and will be invited to attend the programs at our semi-annual Board meetings. You will be able to actively participate in the development and pursuit of our advocacy as we convene in our ongoing regional conferences, Washington events, and the Annual Conference on the Caribbean and Central American. I hope you will accept our invitation to join CCAA and actively work with us in making our vision of a safe and prosperous neighborhood a reality. We will have a full agenda in 2015 and rely upon the energetic dedication and generous support of private sector leaders.
CCAA is governed by an international Board of Trustees and funded primarily by companies with a direct or indirect stake in the region’s prosperity. CCAA membership dues are at the $10,000 and $5,000 level depending on the size and location of your company. Membership in CCAA is also extended to corporations and individuals on a non-voting basis ($2,500).
To receive a copy of the 2015 Membership Package, or for more information on current opportunities or contact CCAA’s Executive Director, Sally Yearwood at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (202) 464-2029.
CCAA is a non-profit, non-governmental charitable organization. Contributions to CCAA are tax-exempt under Section 501 (c) (3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code.