Dr. José L. Alegrett

CEO & Co-Founder
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Colegio San Ignacio De Loyola, Caracas, Venezuela (1939 – 1949)

New York University (1955)

Bachelor Degree in Communication Engineering

New York University (1956)

Master Degree in Planning

Royal Institute Of Technology (KTH) In Sweden (1960 – 1961)

Doctorate in Planning of Long Distance Systems

Johns Hopkins University, Washington, D.C. (1965 – 1969)

Advanced International Studies


MCC CAPITAL & TAG CORP (1982 – To Present)

CEO & Co-Founder

Ground Solutions World Corp (2009 – 2011)

CEO & Co-Founder and Director

Provides a proprietary material (CONSOLID) used to stabilize soil for construction projects such as roads and building sites in Panama and Venezuela.

Panama Laminati (2006 – 2007)

Represents a group of companies providing high quality building materials to office, apartment and condominium developers in Panama.

The Alegrett Group (TAG) (2005 – 2006)

A consulting firm formed to assist companies in foreign business projects by providing access to the highest levels of government through the contacts that Dr. Alegrett established and maintained throughout his career.

Government Of Spain (1990 – 2005)

Hired by Spanish Government to develop and promote the Spanish Protocol for Technological Transfer & Investment in Health, Education and Agriculture for Venezuela and Colombia.

Retirement (1987 – 1989)

After years of activities related to the world of the space communications on a worldwide scale, he retired and returned to Venezuela and devoted himself to rest with family. (1987 – 1989)

INTELSAT (1984 – 1987)

Vice president of the Board of Governors of INTELSAT. (1984 – 1987)

Satélite Television International Inc. (STIL) (1979 – 1984)

Mr. Richard Colino, Mr. Brian Thompson and Dr. J.L. Alegrett, developed and created the project that today is known as DIRECT TV that according to critics was 12 years too advanced in technology.

INTELSAT (1958 – 1977)

Minister Counselor and Official Representative of the Governments he had the honor of representing before INTELSAT, and was designated as Director of External Affairs of INTELSAT. (1977)

Represented Colombia, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia and Venezuela in the Board of Governors of INTELSAT. (1974 – 1977)

President of the Board of Governors of INTELSAT. (1974 – 1975)

Vice president of the Board of Governors of INTELSAT. (1973 – 1974)

Head of the Delegation of Venezuela for the Agreements of INTELSAT. Dr. Alegrett is the Father of the Definite Régime of INTELSAT. (1969 – 1971)

First representative of Venezuela, Colombia and Chile as their Delegate to the Interim Committee of INTELSAT. (1965)

Commissioner of the Ministry of Communications of Venezuela in charge of incorporation of Venezuela & Andean countries in INTELSAT. (1958 – 1965)