Jones Day's Fradyn Suárez elected to the board of the Latin American and Caribbean Council for Renewable Energy

The Latin American and Caribbean Council for Renewable Energy (LAC-CORE) has elected Fradyn Suárez, a Jones Day partner in the Miami Office, to its board. The organization is dedicated to bringing renewable energy and energy efficiency to Latin America and the Caribbean and selects members for the board who have a positive impact on the development of renewable energy, sustainability, and carbon footprint reduction in the region.

LAC-CORE is a 501(c)(3) membership organization and is committed to creating a network for stakeholders to convene, educate, and collaborate on sustainable energy solutions to increase energy security in the region, thereby enhancing economic development and creating jobs in the region.

Ms. Suárez's practice focuses on complex finance transactions and restructurings and other investments in the United States, Latin America, and the Caribbean. Her practice is mostly focused on project finance, with a concentration in transportation and renewable energy.

Ms. Suárez is a member of the New York State Bar Association, the Cuban American Bar Association, and the Hispanic National Bar Association. She is also active in Jones Day's women's and Hispanic affinity groups, and co-leads the Firm's global project finance sub-practice.

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