Domestic Excellence

Central America Prosperity Project

Aiming to find a path to sustained economic growth for Central America.

Bringing together experienced Central American leaders with the emerging generation of leaders for a series of focused discussions on the efforts the region has made over the past two decades.

The Central America Prosperity Project brings a class of Central American leaders to the Bush Institute in Dallas for sessions discussing potential solutions for sustained economic growth Central America. Economic competitiveness in the region has been impacted by bureaucracy, corruption, insecurity, and political instability.

Leaders will focus on a long-term growth agenda that will have a direct impact on job creation in order to drain support for gangs, stop migration and family disintegration, and renew public support for the democratic, transparent, and competitive system.

Bush Institute-SMU Economic Growth Initiative

Advancing policies that promote economic growth and strengthen our competitiveness in the global economy

Matthew Rooney
Matthew Rooney Managing Director, Bush Institute-SMU Economic Growth Initiative George W. Bush Institute Full Bio
J.H. Cullum Clark
J.H. Cullum Clark Director, Bush Institute-SMU Economic Growth Initiative George W. Bush Institute Full Bio
Laura Collins
Laura Collins Deputy Director, Bush Institute-SMU Economic Growth Initiative George W. Bush Institute Full Bio