Alfred H. Saulniers Ph.D, an economist, author, and has 35 years’ experience analyzing and solving economic problems in developing countries.
He has worked in more than 10 countries of Africa and Latin America with public enterprise executives, local government officials and academics.
From 1987 to 1997, Al served as technical advisor to the Ministry of Privitization in Rabat, Morocco. He also worked with the Harvard Institute for International Development, the Institute of Latin American Studies at the University of Texas at Austin, and the Center for Research on Economic development at the University of Michigan.
Al received his Doctorate from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and his Bachelors Degree in Mathematics from Boston College.
He is colaborating with co-authors on a book about the French Canadians in New Bedford, Mass.
He is a member of the Club Richelieu in that city and recently became a board member of the Boivin Center of French Language and Culture at the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth.