Recent Speaking Engagements

  • Evelyn Suarez Moderates Ports Panel at AAEI Event

    On June 20, 2023, Evelyn Suarez served as moderator for the panel, “Now that the Dust has Settled, What Can We Expect From Our Maritime Ports?” at the American Association of Exporters and Importers (AAEI) 2023 Annual Conference. More about the panel: Breakout 5: Now that the Dust has Settled, What Can We Expect From Our Maritime Ports? Moderator: Evelyn Suarez, American Port Association Speakers: Joe Kramek, World Shipping Council;  Cary Davis, American Association of Port Authorities;  Cathie Vick, Port of Virginia Trade and the growing trend toward globalization has made the world’s largest ports critical infrastructure. Discover how those ports are leveraging technology and public-private partnerships to support the growing demands of exporters and importers.

  • Evelyn Suarez and Dentons Beijing Present on the UFLPA

    Evelyn Suarez joined with Li Li, Partner at Dentons Beijing to present: How Chinese Exporters Respond to the U.S. Investigation on Forced Labor, Taking UFLPA as an Example. The presentation took place on April 17, 2023.

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    Designing the Model Port – Upcoming Conference Discussion

    Evelyn is honored to moderate an upcoming discussion on “Designing the Model Port – From Stagnation to Innovation” at AAEI’s Annual Conference June 14 in Ft. Lauderdale. She will be joined by three experts on port design – Sofia Berger (WSP), Anja Elverding (Port of Rotterdam), and Mark Higgins (Virginia International Terminals.) She is thrilled that AAEI chose to approach the challenges presented by recent global supply chain issues in such a constructive manner to inform on how successful ports are constantly innovating for improvement and what to expect in the future. You can join either in person or virtually.