“Bridgeing the Worlds of Science and Innovative Programs for the Benefit of All”

“It was an honor to serve as the Director of Global Business Development for the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)”, said Albert Jones, CEO of Trading & Consulting International, Inc. The AAP is a not-for-profit institution, founded in 1930s. The AAP is the largest pediatric society and publishing program in the world with 67,000 pediatricians “committed to the optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults”. Mr. Jones led the organization’s global business development and partners with foreign governments, corporations and ministries of health and medical institutions; his responsibilities included leveraging current external partners and the technical expertise of AAP’s members to promote AAP products, services, and trainings and to support AAP global programs “dedicated to the health of all children.” AAP Global currently has active programs in 28 countries spanning a variety of programmatic and training areas. Mr. Jones is credited with shepherding mulityear agreements between AAP and the Japan Pediatric Society, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) related to the healh and wellbding of Children internationally. “

Mr. Albert Jones said “it is a privilege to bridge the worlds of science and innovative programs (between the U.S. and foreign entities) for the improvement of human life and for the benefit of all”.

Mr. Jones has served as the interlocutor for numerous U.S. institutions doing business with foreign entities, as an executive-level leader, and senior expert advisor, and since 2008, for leading mission driven institutions desiring to improve the lives of all (U.S. and globally), including: Mr. Jones was the Special Advisor to the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Research Competitiveness Program based in Washington, DC. (AAAS founded 1848 and is the world’s largest general scientific society, with 120,000 members, and publisher of the leading scientific journal, Science). Mr. Jones assisted AAAS in their business development efforts with foreign governments, and institutional programmatic work in science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM), health, research, and innovation to advance its mission throughout the world for the benefit of all people.

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