John Leboffe is a tour guide in USA, Italy

John Leboffe has owned and operated businesses since 1980 in the area of international economic development, travel related services and more recently energy efficiency and water resources management.

His work has given him an opportunity to travel to Europe and several developing nations giving him a unique perspective on both the economic development process and the synergies that result from interactions among culturally diverse people and communities. In recent years he has been engaged in work activities aimed at linking communities in the United States and internationally, developing and implementing entrepreneurial project with a focus on tourism and environment.

Background Information

Date of Birth: May 20, 1951. Philadelphia, PA. - US Citizen

Education

American University, Washington, DC. Graduate courses in Political Economy – 1979-80

Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA. BA in Political Science – 1976

Devon Preparatory School, Devon, PA. High School Diploma – 1969

Nautical Institute, Naples, Italy – 1964-68. Merchant Marine Officer Training.

Military Service

United States Coast Guard – 1970 – 1974. Team Leader in: Search and Rescue Operations, Environmental Law Enforcement and Clean-up Services, and Port Security Management.

Work Experience

1980 to present. Owned and operated businesses and worked as a consultant in the areas of shipping, logistics, export marketing and management, technology transfers, local area development, travel services and renewable energy. Countries visited and projects: United Kingdom, Germany, France, Netherlands, Portugal, Italy, Switzerland, Croatia, Slovenia, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Pakistan, Iran, Thailand, Bangladesh and Burma (Myanmar).

1977 to 1980 – Maritime Administration, US Department of Commerce – Washington, DC. Worked on projects and studies in ship financing, market promotion, environmental and regulatory issues affecting coastal and inland waterways shipping in the United States.

Languages English, Italian
Currencies United States dollar (USD), Euro (EUR)

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