Global Advisory Council
CHAIRMAN OF THE GLOBAL ADVISORY COUNCIL
Danny Easmon Mawuenyega is a Farmer/Businessman. He is the CEO of Dakoma Ventures Ltd. & Group Chairman of Kenaf Industries Ltd.
He has been a member of the Fellowship over two decades. He is married to Barbara, they are blessed with 3 children.
Danny has served in various capacities in the Fellowship, among which are: International Secretary FGBMFI, International Director at Large, Special Ambassador to the Nations. He also served as a Special Assistant to our Late President Richard Shakarian.
He has excellent interpersonal relationship and exudes confidence and passionate about the things of God. Among his strengths are natural diplomacy, strong negotiating skills and the ability to manage difficult situations with a smile He loves the Lord and has the heart of a servant.
CO-CHAIRMAN OF THE GLOBAL ADVISORY COUNCIL
Bruno has been an active member of FGBMFI since the day of November 1976 when he was baptized in the Holy Spirit during a meeting of the Paris chapter, the only one in France then. He became a young National President in 1983, renewed until 2004.
During these years France could initiate the work in many French speaking Africa nations, and was also much involved in the European developments, with outreaches to new nations, particularly in Eastern Europe. He remembers the big European convention that took place in France in 1986 where Demos and Rose were present for what would be their last visit to Europe, or the huge European gathering in 1997 in Paris’ largest indoor stadium, with Christians from all nations and denominations, sharing together, in the unity of the Body of Christ, the good news of lives transformed by Christ.
Bruno was International Vice President for Europe from 1994 to 2003, then he was appointed by Richard Shakarian as his Special Regent for French speaking Africa. He remembers visiting these nations together with the Nicaraguan brothers in order to launch the new fire team’s developments.
Bruno is a living memory of much of our Fellowship history, with its successes and also its failures. As a European he has experienced how lack of unity can harm and even destroy the work. That is why in the IDs’ meetings over the last years Bruno would steadily intervene to press our International body to take steps towards unity and reconciliation. Bruno says: Now is the time.
Professionally Bruno was working in the international field of energy. He is married with Chantal, and they have six children.
SECRETARY OF THE GLOBAL ADVISORY COUNCIL
Mauricio Loucel has a degree in Business Administration, with studies in Law and a specialization in Strategic Management of Education. Poet and Writer.
He was founder, rector and current President of the “Universidad Tecnológica de El Salvador” and President of TV Channel 33.
He is a successful businessman with a long career in insurance companies. He has also held various positions in financial institutions and received multiple awards; among which stands out the designation as "Emeritus Son of El Salvador", distinction granted by the Congress of his country.
Mauricio has been an active member of FGBMFI for 23 years and is currently National President and International Director. With extensive experience as an international speaker.
He is married and has six children.
REGIONAL VP LATIN AMERICA
Ricardo Oreamuno has been a member of FGBMFI for 22 years, currently he is National President of Costa Rica and International Director.
During the last years he has served as Regional VP for Central America, Cuba and Puerto Rico.
Ricardo was also part of Dr. Richard Shakarian's team of advisors on issues of technology, communication, social networks and youth.
Ricardo is a sociologist with a Master's Degree in Project Management; he has extensive experience as an international speaker in topics of innovation, technological transformation, personal growth, development of human talent and strengthening of principles and values. He is married and has 2 children.
Professionally, Ricardo held various management positions in a leading company in the electricity and telecommunications market.
He is currently the Executive Director of an International Foundation with operations in Costa Rica.