Said El Mansour Cherkaoui Qualifications

Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D.

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Africa – Europe – Americas – Asia

Project Development Specialist ★ Entrepreneurship ★ International Trade and Business ★ Faculty 

★ Develop initiatives and assesses challenges through the study of international policy and standards, overseas developments and reports in the following regions Europe, Latin America, Africa, Middle East and SouthEast Asia – India and China.
★ Formulates Recommendations in the form of policy or strategies on assigned programs.
★ Prepare targeted analyses, articles, strategies and briefing materials in collaboration with the needs of decision-makers, businessmen, foreign counterparts in several countries.
★ Coordinate international trade and cultural relations with the above-mentioned countries and strengthen California’s commercial interests and relationships with Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Spain, France, Cameroun, Southeast Asian and South European Region.
★ Provide Mentorships, Advises and Consulting services to U.S. executives, foreign decision makers and governmental agencies in California, Guiyang, Shanghai, Yunnan and Dalian in China, Mexico, France, Morocco, Ghana, Cameroon and Egypt.
★ Organized business visits and negotiated business development for U.S. Companies in France, Spain, Italy, China, Taiwan, Vietnam, India, Japan, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Senegal, Ghana, Cameroon and Nigeria.
★ Enacted innovative business strategies and market oriented solutions on several international operations.
★ First-hand experienced entrepreneur / planning and consulting High Tech Startups and Retail outlets.
★ Initiated and implemented workforce programs and strategies that contributed directly in the creation of jobs in the Bay Area of San Francisco.
★ International published Author, Researcher, Scholar and Executive Editor of several online news sites.
★ Creative Academic Faculty and Mentor of Doctorates.
★ Fluency in English, French and Arabic (Dialectal and Classic), advanced knowledge in Spanish with working knowledge in German, Italian and Portuguese.

★ Sport Activities in Morocco and Europe:
★ Former Member of the Moroccan Pre-Olympic and National Moroccan Team of Handball.
★ Selected in the Moroccan National Team of Basketball.
★ Player of Handball in Morocco and France and Professionally in Germany.
★ Player of Basketball in Morocco and Professionally in France.
★ Player of Soccer in Morocco and France,
★ Player of Volleyball in Morocco.
★ Vice-Champion of Fencing in Morocco – Cadet – Fleuret and Sword.

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Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D.’s Presentation of Qualifications

Oakland California United States of America – Email:

  • Extensive managerial and administrative experience in corporate, start-up and academia. 
  • Strong knowledge of sales, business, marketing and trade operations in the U.S. and overseas.
  • Creative and innovative in business negotiation and in building relationships within the United States and in various local, regional and international markets and cultural spaces.
  • First insights on countries serviced such as United States, Mexico, Spain, France, Italy, China, Vietnam, India, Japan, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Egypt, Cameroon and Ghana.
  • International Academic, Researcher, Administrator and Faculty for online and onsite programs.
  • Record track of publications in France, Italy, England, United States and Morocco.
  • High level of Integrity with straightforward and direct communication skills along with virtual interactive abilities in English and several foreign languages.

Work Experience:

Global Public Relations Manager, Tate Yoko Research Institute · Full-time – Tate Yoko Research Institute · Jul 2022 – Present · HONG KONG SAR, China and Kyoto, Japan

  • With our team at Tate Yoko Research Institute and as Global Public Relation Manager we privilege a data-driven approach to creating news stories and realistic profiles, leveraging our in-house market research capabilities and proprietary evaluation platform.
  • We are remote-work driven task force located in the countries of our respective knowledge-base and local know-how and first-hand insights, coordinating remote expertise, developing quality results culture and working toward team-building productivity on a global basis to provide to our clients constructive recommendations, customized solutions and winning results-driven strategies and opportunities for our Consultants to apply their innovative competencies to a various industries.
  • Launch for PR clients of specific agencies, as well as internal company platforms.
  • Write concise and insightful media pitches, often data-driven, and review pitches written by others.
  • Manage high-speed rapid response programs to insert customers and internal platforms into the latest news
  • Daily review and monitoring of the PR requirements and TRI needs for image enhancement and message strategizing, including interactions with key journalists

Founder & Research Director, AIEA In Association with Global Center for Trade, June 2001 – Present – Oakland, CA

  • – Extensive portfolio of consulting on business, marketing and sales planning and trade development for local, regional and international operations.
  • – Developed and implemented strategies focusing on Business Organizational Structure, Export Marketing Management, International and local Marketing Formulation and Adaptation, International and Local Business Planning, Integration of Business Modeling, Feasibility Studies on Projects, Evaluation of Investment Performance and SWOT Analysis.
  • – Designed and delivered Online programs, Executive seminars and workforce development training workshops that help attendees to learn the dynamics of the American Management Policies and Strategies which can leverage and enhance their knowledge on business growth and governance of U.S. based enterprises and U.S. owned international companies.
  • – Provided consulting services and conducted training sessions for large and small and mid-sized businesses in partnership with for-profit and nonprofit organizations and universities.
  • – Countries Serviced: USA, Mexico, France, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Ghana, Nigeria, Cameroon, Vietnam, India, and South Korea and China.

Program Consultant, California Resources and Training, 2009 – 2012 – Oakland, California

  •  Provide executive leaders of business development organizations in-depth training and instruction on how to market their organizations and improve communications with employees, stakeholders, founders, and the community as a whole.
  •  Provide inputs for the design of Online curriculum and online workforce development programs that helps business advisers to provide consistent, high quality services to entrepreneurs and small business owners and make a meaningful, lasting impact on their business clients.
  •  Participated in the development of instructional training program for the staff members of small business development organizations in partnership of external organizations.
  •  Develop training for international operations and business development consulting services for international markets and international distribution networks.

International Busines Project and Trade Consultant East Bay Center for International Trade Development, June 2001 – June 2007 – Oakland and Berkeley, California, USA

  • – Designed and managed the website and all the related online activities including the management of monthy Reporting to State of California Workforce Development agency.
  • – Responsible for California’s Workforce and Economic Development and Federal Grant Preparation and Writing for the US Department of Labor for Logistics and International Trade in California.
  • -Designed international marketing strategies and business development plans to facilitate the opening of markets in Tunisia, Egypt, Spain, Vietnam and organization of International Projects including Trade Missions in China (Beijing, Shanghai, Dailan, Kunming, Guizhou) India, Morocco (Representing 25 US companies at the American Cafe in Casablanca and organized by the USDA, US State Department and US Embassy in Morocco) for the signing of the US.-Morocco FTA.
  • – Extensive improvement applied in the management of inter-cultural and Inter-ethnic Center’s Staff and the Internship Program at the Vista Community College and later with the Berkeley City College, the Student International Trade Association and the Student Exchange Program.
  • – Initiated and developed participation of the East Bay Center for International Trade Development in Trade Shows, Business Missions and Trade Delegations as well as the hosting of International Visitor Program and the organization of training Seminars in-house and in partnership with organizations and Government agencies.
  • – Active participation in the Initiative for the Logistics and International Trade Development sponsored by the US. Department of Labor, the California CITD, the California Economic and Workforce Development Program and the California Community Colleges.
  • – Responsible for the design, negotiation and delivery of Training Seminars and Business Conferences for Foreign Governments Officials and Authorities.
  • – Managed at the East Bay Center for International Trade Development the entire process of the Workforce Training Curriculum and Workshop Program.

Adjunct Instructor for Training Programs with the East Bay Center for International Trade, Vista College and Berkeley City College 2002 and 2007 Berkeley, California

  • – Designed new curriculum and certified training program for visiting Chinese Delegation formed of Executives and Senior Officials from the Guizhou Province.
  • – Discussed the Study Program with the Director of the East Bay Center for International Trade and Development and worked with the Dean of Instruction at the Vista Community College, Berkeley to develop a version for accreditation.
  • – Participated in the designation of the members of the Faculty team to implement my training and teaching proposals.
  • – Conducted teaching sessions and delivered several courses as well as provided one-on-one consulting sessions, guidance and advises to the Member of the Chinese Delegation.
  • – Designed and implemented outreach promotional and collaborative programs within the various departments at the Vista Community College, the Student Associations and external representative organizations, professional entities and academic institutions.

Adjunct Professor Holy Names UniversitySeptember 1995 – June 2003, Oakland, CA

  • – Developed new programs for the nascent School of Business and taught courses on Business Policy and Strategy, International Management and International Economics.
  • – Participated in Faculty Meeting and Business Forums with Dr. David Fike, former Economics Professor and Vice-President for Academic Affairs. 
  • – Organized and developed programs of several set of activities for minority and women-owned business with Dr. Fike and the East Bay Small Business Development Center in Oakland to stimulate the economic growth of Downtown and the Fruitvalle urban areas of Oakland.
  • – Conducted workshops of training, consulting sessions and conferences in cooperation with Dr. Fike, the Holy Names College and the Oakland Chamber of Commerce as well as other business representative associations and organizations.
  • – Made the proposition to Dr. David Fike to change the name of Holy Names College to Holy Names University.

Associate Professor and SME, Touro University California2000 – 2003, Greater San Diego Area

  • – Designed customized online curriculum for several business courses.
  • – Delivered and improved the mode of delivery of Online Graduate Courses.
  • – Monitored and delivered online Doctoral Seminars and provided online Doctoral thesis Monitering.

Adjunct Associate Professor and Lecturer, Golden Gate University, School of Business, School of Technology and Industry, School of Public Service: 1987 – 2002, San Francisco Bay Area

  • – Taught several Graduate courses with with Dr. Tony Branch, Former Vice President of Academic Affairs and Provost at the Walnut Creek Campus. He gave me the privilege and the duty to teach and advise « Gentleman Officers » at the Travis Air Force Base. This episode of teaching and forming Senior Pilots was and is still one of the « Top Gun » in my collection of my Medals of Honors that I cherish at the Academic Battle Field of School of Thoughts (See here below letters from US Air Force Officers).
  • – Introduced new curriculum and related program studies for the first time in the history of Golden Gate University and taught courses on Latin America, European Economic Community and Asia at the School of Business.
  • – Organized International Business Meetings and Conferences with local and international participation, such as the Chinese Delegation from Beijing and Yunnan and the Federation of Egyptian Chambers of Commerce.
  • – Published articles on NAFTA and EEC in GGU publications, for details, refer to Publications section here below.

Adjunct Associate Professor Golden Gate University, School of Technology and Industry: 1998 – 2001, San Francisco Bay Area

  • – Created new curriculum on the integration of telecomnunications and information technology and developed new study programs for the Executive MBA Program at the Silicon Valley Campus (See Letter here below).
  • – Taught Graduate Courses and assisted the research of Senior Managers and Directors of Silicon Valley companies at the Palo Alto Campus (See published articles here below).
  • – Provided guidance and professional inputs for graduate teaching activities and worked with Dr. Miro Costa, the Associate Dean and Chairperson to introduce new courses on software programs, database development and telecommunications.
  • – Published articles and research papers on telecommunications, information technology and CRM, including on information technology and CRM.

Executive Director of Business Development Amient: 2000 – 2000, Redwood City, California

  • – Member of the Executive Management Task Force and the CEO Key Advisory Board.
  • – Strategically increase the visibility and gather feedback from financial institutions and small businesses. to customize Amient’s patent-pending e-procurement software that extract and itemized online ordering and shopping cart invoices, transfer purchasing data to accounting and enable marketing products based upon individual online purchasing patterns and businesses trends.
  • – Directed the business development team toward high-level industry such as Visa, Sprint and other provider of financial services..

Adjunct Professor DeVry University1998 – 2000, Fremont, California and Online

  • Created and taught Online courses for Managers and Graduate Programs on telecommunications and Information Technology.
  • Developed curriculum and extra-curricula activities for Students on Technology and Security at the Campus of Fremont.
  • Invited the Students to the Sprint facility in Foster City and San Mateo where I worked to enable them to be in real situations.

International Business / Sales Development Manager, Sprint Corp. 1998 – 1999, San Francisco Bay Area

  •  Led multi-site, multinational businesses and built, managed and trained cooperative, multicultural managerial teams for global sales, marketing and business development projects and accounts.
  •  Secured and managed major regional and global client including in the US, Mexico, Canada, China, Philippines, France, Germany, Mexico, Brazil, and countries in Middle East and Africa. 
  •  Built web content and designed an international Intranet service on international clients, marketplaces, product and services offered by Sprint, and Global One, French Telecom and Deutch Telecom. 
  •  Prepared and responded to international RFP/RFQ/RFI/ITT and Proposals. Delivered presentations to Executives in the Fortune 500, 1000 and Global market, sample at this web site: ATM Concept and Application 
  •  Responsible for more than 14 Million of quarterly revenues and achieved straight quarters of profitability and revenue growth up to 121.52% for San Francisco Area and 108.43% for Silicon Valley Area, Northern and West Coast of California

Dominican University of California1992 – 1999, San Raphael, California

  • Worked with Dr. Young Wesley, the Director of the Pacific Rim Studies Program and we developed more business oriented curriculum, courses and seminars. Dr. Wesley gave the opportunity to teach and develop my research on the Southeast Asian Economies and the related technological development and Business Growth which culminated in my publication on telecommunications and information technology in China listed above.
  • Introduced and taught in the first time of the Dominican College of San Rafael’ academic history 2 cohort distinct and complementary courses on Economic Development and Political Cultures of Latin America for Dr. Boitano and Chairman Milroy. I was referred and recommended to them by a Bay Area Expert of that time, Dr. James Baker.
  • My dedication to this institution through the aforementioned educators-practitioners made me to be also the first to enunciate the need to modify the name from College to University in meetings.
  • Designed the core proposal of new graduate program on Leadership and Organizational Development for Chairman Milroy.

Co-Chair of the International Business Committee, San Francisco Chamber of Commerce1993 – 1998, San Francisco, California

  • With Laurent Roffee, we Chaired the International Business Committee on Middle East and Africa and Asia.
  • Laurent was an astute consultant and was born in Casablanca and grew up in France and we share the same cultural and intellectual foundations that enable us to work as team to develop California trade relations with Sub-Saharan and North African Countries (Cameroon, Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal, Morocco, Algeria and Egypt, Gulf States, Israel, Erithea, Ethopia and Tanzania), France, Spain, India, China and Vietnam.
  • Organized the First Business and Trade Mission from these countries to California and created forums and seminars as well as conference to enable meeting and interactions with U.S. and Bay Area Business and Enterpreneurial communities. In 1994, as Co-Chair of the International Business Committee at the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce and with the collaboration of Laurent Roffee and Joshua Adarkwa, I have coordinated and organized the first visit to New York and San Francisco of a Ghanean Business Delegation from the Accra Chamber of Commerce and from the Minister for Trade and Industry, during the tenure of Her Excellency Emma Mitchell.

Chair of Doctorate and Adjunct Associate Professor, Golden Gate University, School of Public Service and International Studies1994 – 1997 (3 years) San Francisco Bay Area

  • Worked with Dr. Larry Brewster, the Dean of the School in strengthening the Doctoral Program and Research Assignment for Doctorate Candidates.
  • Adapted new courses to the needs of the new programs on the Dimension of International Public Administration by including regions and processes that were innovative on the study of local policies and its impact on building international relationship.
  • Taught courses on comparative analysis of public administration and international affairs.
  • Directed Doctoral thesis and taught Doctoral Seminars.

Adjunct Faculty, Saint Mary’s College of California, Department of Business1995 – 1996, Moraga, CA

  • Within the international program, created new curriculum on business operations, technology and economic development with case-studies as the core subject of analysis and demonstration.
  • Provided students with guidance on the inclusion and the development of infrastructure in developing countries and in emerging marketplaces.
  • Used comparative approach to define and differentiate the development policies implemented and to facilitate the understanding of local and regional determinations in the design and the selection of the corresponding strategies.

Department Chair / Professor – Department of Management and International Business, International University of America, College of Business Administration, 1992 – 1996, San Francisco, California and Paris, France

  • – Directed Doctoral dissertation, provided guidance to doctorate candidates and taught several core courses on business strategy and international business. 
  • – Budgeted, planned and scheduled new programs, managed fiscal and contractual responsibilities. 
  • – Developed a chart on placing French-origin students in internship program that I developed with San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, the World Trade Center of San Francisco, the Center for International Trade Development and the East Bay Small Business Development Center at Oakland.
  • – Selected by the Student and the Dean and acted as the Commencement Speaker for the First Cohort of the University’s Graduation Ceremony in San Francisco.

Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D.’s Projects

American Institute of Entrepreneurship in Africa, previously American Institute of Management – AIM @ Oakland

  • Team Members: Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D., Thomas RileyWesley YoungJosef Klus, Board-Certified Coach, Hafida Touati ., Elhassan Rais, Selma Taylor, Smail Taibi, Giancarlo De Masi, Bugs Bouguerba, Najia Wolf, BOUAZZA KOSTALI, Miro Costa, Victor Robert Garza, Faheem Hameed, Abdessalam Cherkaoui, WESLEY CHUN-LIANG CHEN, Faouzi Chaabi, Avo Kherlopian, Redouane Taouil
  • The List of Team Member(s) are current and potential Members and are not owners or responsible of the activities and programs offered by the American Institute of Management. If any of the listed individual does not agree with such agreement, please let’s us know and we will remove your reference. The Team Members as outsiders, have no responsibility about the management, direction and the…more

Global Business and Trade Development, January 1994 to Present

  • Team Members: Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D., Selma Taylor, James Garrett, Fazale Sharif, Arthur Washington, Ershan Ertuzun, Ambassador Thomas T. Riley, Omar Bouafi, Marc-Anthony Nkuze
  • Connecting marketplaces around the globe that possess potentialities for the establishment of synergistic and/or complementary trade relationships in terms of production, project development, demand from commercial sectors and infrastructural needs from economic vectors.

Dr. Said Cherkaoui – Global Center for Trade and previously Global Strategies Development  Team Members: Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D., Arthur Washington, Laurence Roffee, Selma Taylor, Fazale Sharif, James Baker. GLOCENTRA and Dr. Said Cherkaoui have completed several projects directly and in partnership with diverse entities such as but not limited to the following ones:

  • – East Bay Small Business Development Center, Oakland, with Ms. Selma Taylor as the Executive Director.
  • – Center for International Trade Development Berkeley and Oakland with Ms. Selma Taylor as the Executive Director.

Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D.’s Publications

  • Le Maroc et le Développement de ses métiers Mondiaux : Une Profession d’Apprenti Global d’un Suivisme Passé Author: Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D.
    Le Maroc s’est attelé a une locomotive dont l’itinéraire et la destination ne sont nullement présents sur la carte Marocaine. Les plans et les visées de cet itinéraire sont inscrit dans une globalisation assidue des unités productives basée sur une rémunération de l’apport productif en fonction des marges de profit calculées sur des échelles comparatives entre les pays possédant ressources.
  • Return on Investment, Information Technology and Customer Relationship Management, Authors: Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D.
    The paradoxical interference of CRM and the Information Technology as tools to improve operations within new infrastructure and how to manage their integration within organizations with the objective to develop a return on the initial investment that is not just calculated in financial terms but also in facilitating and improving the management of the delivery of solutions and services to internal.
  • CRM Online Professional Publishing Website, 2013
  • Comparison of Marketing Practices and Procedures in the Western, Asian and Islamic marketplaces and cultural environments. Authors: Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D.
    This powerpoint presentation is unique in the sense that is the first of its kind to present and tackle the subject of International Marketing Strategy through a comparison of the corresponding practices and procedures in the Western, Asian and Islamic marketplaces.
    Through this extensive presentation an emphasis is made on the importance of the respective cultural environments that are shaped.​​
  • East Bay Center for International Trade Development, Berkeley, California, 2013
  • Globaloganization of Renault Development Strategy Author: Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D., GlobalEDGE Business Review, Broad College of Business, Michigan State University, 2010
    Executive Briefing: This article presents the drive of Renault from the edge of bankruptcy to the rise of its model Logan to international preeminence, fame and success. At the same time, Renault concentrated its production in countries that have been considered by the major car manufacturers as solely a marketplace and not the location of their production.
  • Culture Diversity and Business Culture: Abstract of Research Author: Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D., TouroUniversity of California, San Diego, California, February 24, 2010. This analysis was part of the Study Program I designed for online MBA and Doctoral Seminars at the Touro University of California. It is an extract of a research program that encompass the following topics: Cultural diversity, organizational culture, diversity management, managing diversity, international business, the organization, diversity in the workplace, relationship conflict, case study,
  • Doing Business in China Author: Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D. East Bay Center for International Trade Development, Berkeley, California, 2009, Entrepreneurship environment and Business practices and potentialities in China are summarized here to enable the reader or the attendee of the workshop to develop a first understanding of the particular business mentality of the Chinese Entrepreneurial Spirit and Morals.   This presentation is also a throughly analysis of the business characteristics and the economic conditions of the various.
  • “Driss Chraibi: Liberté de Ton et Erudition”: Author: Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D., April 3, 2008.  Driss Chraibi est un des fils de Mazagan dont la communauté Mazaganais-jdidi peut honorer avec fierté comme l’un des précurseurs et l’un des premiers porte flambeaux de la dualité culturelle qui a formé des générations d’intellectuels jdidi.
  • Driss Chraibi: une voix et une pensée littéraire Mazaganais Author: Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D.,, 2008.  This article was written in French and published in the City I share with Driss Chraibi that is Mazagan-El Jadida as our birthplace. This article is a celebration of the life of Driss Chraibi a French-Moroccan Novelist and Author as well as Historian of the traditions of the region and the City where we were born and where we spent our teenager existence.
  • Value Proposition for the Silicon Valley Center for International Trade Development Authors: Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D., Dr. James Garrett,, 2006
    I designed this operational strategy and value proposition for the Silicon Valley Center for International Development, which I presented to Dr. Fred Prochaska, Dean, Career Programs and Workforce Development at West Valley College as part of the final round of the interview I conducted for the position of the Director of this Center:
  • Berkeley City College and EBCITD: Design of Training Program for Chinese Executives Authors: Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D. Peralta Community College District, Oakland, California, 2004
    We developed business relationship with the Chinese Government and a Delegation of Executives came to California to receive training and consulting services on developing business relationship with U.S. companies and public entities. I designed this program of training as Proposal for the signing of the final contract between the East Bay Center for International trade Development and the Chinese. ​
  • The Great Call in China Authors: Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D., Business Communications Review International, London, Great Britain, 2001
    This article represents an extract of my extensive research and work on the telecommunications and information technology development in China. I have developed such work while I was working at Sprint as part of my position as International Business Development Manager and when I was teaching courses on International telecommunications and the new challenge of the globalization of the information.
  • Doing Business in North Saharan Africa Authors: Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D.
    Working with Congress, the Clinton administration succeeded in obtaining passage of the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) in May 2000, a landmark piece of legislation designed to boost trade with reforming African nations and benefit Americans and Africans alike. 
    Within this framework, I participated in the organization of an International Conference organized by the East Bay Center
    • Powerpoint Presentation at an International Conference to consolidate the African Growth and Opportunity Act in the United States, 2000
  • To Be or Not To Be: NAFTA Author: Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D., Connection, (GGU), San Francisco, 1993
    An article on the business and trade implications of the NAFTA on Mexico’s economic development and the benefits for the U.S. Multinational companies. This work was part of my research I developed for the new courses on Latin America and Mexico I introduced for the first time in the History of Golden Gate University, San Francisco, California.
  • Rencontre avec Cuauhtémoc Cardenas Author: Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D., Cuauhtémoc Cardenas 
    I was honored to be Invited by His Excellency Cuauhtémoc Cardenas in the House built by his Father General Jose Lázaro Cárdenas del Río. I visited a historical place of the development of Mexico where I conducted my conversation with Cuauhtémoc Cardenas that was published in French and English.
  • Cuauhtémoc Cardenas sur l’accord du NAFTA., Espaces Latino-Américains, France, 1992
  • NAFTA: An Interview with Cuauhtemoc Cardenas Authors: Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D., Gateway, Golden Gate University, San Francisco, 1993
  • Economie politique du subcapitalisme en Amérique latine (1830-1930) Author: Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D., 1992
    We created and validated this new theory on Subcapitalism as the emergence of economic sub-systems complementary to the European Capitalism. Our Theory defines Subcapitalism as the substitute to the colonial-mercantilism and as emergence of a new economic adaptation and financial integration of Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Peru in the new form of international market, Lille : Atelier national de Reproduction des Thèses.
  • Several Articles on Africa and Latin America, in James Olson (ed.): Historical Dictionary of European Imperialism Authors: Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D., Dr. James Olson
    Selective List of Contributions by Dr. Said Cherkaoui as Articles in this Book:
    1 * The Central African Republic, The Continents Hidden Heart, 1986.) Said El Mansour Cherkaoui. 
    2 * Dahomey between Tradition and Modernity, 1975.) Said El Mansour Cherkaoui.
    3 * The Emerging States of French Equatorial Africa, 1960.) Said El Mansour Cherkaoui.
    4 * The Malagasy and the Europeans…more, Greenwood Press. 1991
  • Historian says colonial tensions underlie Western-Iraq conflict Authors: Michelle Quinn on a Lecture by, Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D.
    Extracts from this article are the following:
    « The crisis in the Persian Gulf, now topping its fifth week, is not about Saddam Hussein …. »Saddam Hussein is only the tree which is hiding in the forest. » 
    « Saddam Hussein gave the United States an occasion to show its force, not only to the Arabs, but to the whole world, » 
     » the US won’t retreat from its role to protect the people who have…more
    • The Daily Californian, Berkeley, California – September 6, 1990
  • Countdown to Europe 1992 Authors: Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D.
    • Connection, GGU, San Francisco. 1990
  • The emergence of the newly Integrated Europe needed to be presented to the U.S. academia and students and I introduced and taught the first course on this topic at Golden Gate University and worked with Dr. Hamid Shomali and Joshua Adarkwa to develop research and analysis to be presented to the Students of the Graduate School of Management at this academic institution.
  • The Gateway, GGU, San Francisco, Part I & Part II. 1990
  • German Reunification Brings Major Economic Reconstruction Authors: Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D.
    • California Business Weekly, Walter A Haas, School of Business, University of California, Berkeley. 1990
  • La Relation ambivalente entre l’Etat fédéral et les grands groupes d’intérêts privés au Brésil dans la première moitié du XX° siècle Authors: Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D.
    With Celso Furtado and Raymond Prats guidance at the CREDAL, I conducted this research. The focus is to analyze the determinations and the results of the intervention of the Brazilian State in shaping the economic development and facilitating the transition between the Old Republic and the emergence of industrialists, Tenentes and technocrats within the spheres of the central decision-making….more
    • Centre de Recherche et Documentation sur l’Amérique Latine, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique et l’Institut de Hautes Etudes de l’Amérique Latine, Paris, France. 1985

Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D.’s Education

Université Sorbonne Nouvelle (Paris III) – Ph.D, Economics – Latin American Studies 1982 – 1992, Grade: Honors
Created new theory and related concepts on the economic development that I formulated as « Subcapitalism and Subcapitalist Economies ». An analytical and critical study of the Western-based theories on the internationalization of direct and indirect investments was conducted and evaluated through the integration in the international market of Leading Latin American Economies. Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Peru provided the field of application for my Theory on Subcapitalism.
Activities and Societies: Economie politique du subcapitalisme en amérique latine (1830-1930) : Argentine, Brésil, Chili, Pérou

Institut de Recherche Economique et de Planification, Grenoble University
DEA, Economic Strategy for National Development and Growth 1978 – 1982, Grade: Honors
Started my research with Yves Barel and Ian Dessau at the Institut de Recherche Economique et de Planification, Grenoble.
Yves Barel introduced me to Celso Furtado who became my mentor in Paris. I had to choose between the Ecole des Hautes Etudes des Sciences Sociales and the Institut des Hautes Etudes de l’Amerique Latine. Brazilianists Pierre Monbeig and Frederic Mauro and friends of Celso Furtado convinced me to continue my research at the IHEAL with Raymond Prats and Aubert Rabenoro. See publications of Raymond Prats: 
In the late of 1970’s, while conducting my research on Brazil I discovered the real spiritual reason of such choice in form of a footnote listed in an old book written by Prado Junior, Caio: Formação do Brasil Contemporâneo – Colônia, see this link:

Activities and Societies: Providing French language courses, translation services and technical assistance to Immigrants and newly arrived workers from North and Sub-Saharan Africa.

Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Grenoble Diplome du Second Cycle, Section Economie-Finance, Economics & Finance: 1975 – 1978
I conducted a field research in Morocco, wrote and submited a thesis on « the Economic intervention of the State with the Case-Study of the Textile Industry in Morocco ».

Activities and Societies: 
Volunteered and contributed in developing a rehabilitation plan and socialization of the newly restored old apartments in the Center of the City of Grenoble to enable the integration of living quarters with commercial venues and retail areas. This urban planning was developed for the purpose to enable foreign workers, immigrants and exiled communities to access and live within the inner city of Grenoble.

Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D.’s Languages:

  • French (Native or bilingual proficiency)
  • English (Full professional proficiency)
  • Spanish (Professional working proficiency)
  • Arabic Moroccan (Native or bilingual proficiency)
  • Italian (Elementary proficiency)
  • Portuguese (Elementary proficiency)
  • Arabic Classic (Native or bilingual proficiency)
  • German (Elementary proficiency)

Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D.’s Additional Information

Groups and Associations:

Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D.’s Organizations

  • Selective list of MembershipI created and managed the following Groups here at Linkedin:
    American Institute for Management, Oakland, California
    East Bay Center for International Trade Development

Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D.’s Skills & Expertise

  1. Entrepreneurship
  2. Research
  3. Management Consulting
  4. Public Speaking
  5. Teaching
  6. Leadership Development
  7. Non-profits
  8. Business Strategy
  9. E-Learning
  10. Program Management
  11. Staff Development
  12. Fundraising
  13. Higher Education
  14. Coaching
  15. Project Management
  16. Public Relations
  17. Qualitative Research
  18. SPSS
  19. Team Building
  20. Nonprofits

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Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D.’s Certifications

  •  Certificate as Trainer on International Trade: Export and Import for the United States of America
    • East Bay Center for International Trade Development Center, Oakland, California, 2004
  •  Certificate on U.S. Export and Import
    • US Department of Commerce, San Francisco and Oakland, California, 2001
  •  Certificate on Faculty Workshop Assessment of Student Learning, Devry University
    • DeVry University, 1999
  •  Certificate on International Telecommunications Business Regulatory Compliance, Sprint Corporation
    • Sprint, 2000

Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D.’s Courses

  • Ph.D, Economics – Latin American StudiesUniversité Sorbonne Nouvelle (Paris IV)
    • Economics – Economic Development and Finance
    • Economics
    • Latin American Studies
    • Economic Development of Latin American countries
    • Political Evolution of Latin American Countries
    • Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Chili, Peru, Bolivia, Uruguay, Paraguay, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Columbia and Ecuador.
    • External Debt and Foreign Direct Investment in Latin America
  • Diplome du Second Cycle, Section Economie-Finance, Economics & FinanceInstitut d’Etudes Politiques de Grenoble
    • Economics & Finance
    • Accounting and Financial Modeling
    • Statistics and Seasonal Variations in Finance
    • Enterprise Management and Strategies – Case Studies
    • Regulation of Investment and National Development Policy during the Fifth Republic in France
  • DEA, Economic Strategy for National Development and GrowthInstitut de Recherche Economique et de Planification, Grenoble University
    • Planning Economic Development, the Role of the Central State.
    • Comparison of School of Economics on Economic Development
    • Foreign Investment and National Economic Growth
    • Budget, Financial Regulation and Economic Development
    • Economic Liberalism, International Finance and Creation of Social Base in Brazil
  • Independent Coursework
    • The Intervention of the State in the Economy: The Case of the Textile Industry in Morocco

Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D.’s Volunteer Experience & Causes

  • Mentor and TeacherAmerican Lung Association August 2002 – September 2003 (1 year 2 months)
    Traveled with the Children who have Asthma to Lake Tahoe and monitored their presence, provide assistance in teaching, feeding the group of Children I am responsible for their well-being. Watch after the Children when they are sleeping in the Cabana/lodge.
  • Education – Causes I care about:
    • Science and Technology
    • Politics
    • Environment
    • Education
    • Economic Empowerment
    • Children