Senior Partner, Alvarado y Asociados, 1992 — present. Representative to the Central American Parlament (Parlamento Centroamericano) January 2012 - present. Minister of Health, 2003-2004. Minister of Defense, October, 1999-May, 2000. Minister of Education, Culture and Sports, September, 1998-1999. Minister of Government, 1997-1999. Administrative Vice Dean of Catholic University Redemptory Matter, 1993—. Executive Director, Housing Bank of Nicaragua, 1990-April, 1993. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, AIBC, 1985-1990. Director, International Investment Banking Group, First Equity Corporation, 1983-1985. Consultant to the Chairman of American Express International Banking Corporation, 1980-1983. Consultant of the financial assignments for International Organizations as well as European and United States Multinational Corporations, Harvard University, 1978-1980. Republic of Nicaragua: Nicaraguan Ambassador to the United Nations, 1978-1980. Member, Delegation to the United Nations, United Nations (Geneva), 1975-1976. Nicaraguan (Charge d' Affaire) to the Holy Sede, Republic of Nicaragua, 1974-1975. Vice Chairman, Board of Trustees, Miami Dade Community College, 1989-1992. Member, Vice Chairman, 1990-1992, Member, Board of Directors, 1987, Miami Children's Hospital. Member, Board of Trustees, United Way, Dade County, 1988-1992. Chairman, University of Miami Nicaraguan Research Project, 1987-1989. Member, Harvard Faculty Club, 1981. Member, Florida Supreme Court Blue Ribbon Racial & Ethnic Bias Study Commission, 1989-1992. Member Advisor, U.S. Senate Commission on Hispanic Affairs, 1989-1992. Specializes in Business and Commercial Law including acquisitions, disposals, MBOs, corporate re-organizations, banking and other funding arrangements. Has particular expertise in the banking and financial sector and has advised on a number of significant transactions for clients in different sectors including banking, mining, and telecommunications. Clients include private companies within Nicaragua and multinational corporations and financial institutions with investments in Nicaragua.