Alex Hatoum is the Managing Director at Infinitum Humanitarian Systems (IHS), a private sector social business built on a profit-for-purpose model focused on global health and capacity building in the developing world. He is responsible for all international business initiatives, including business incubator management and overseas research support. Hatoum, a native speaker of English, Spanish, Portuguese and French, has lived and traveled extensively throughout the Americas, working in both governmental and private sector positions.
After an education in multiple countries that included a degree in international business management from San Diego State University, he accepted a position with the US Marshals Service Violent Crimes Task Force.
Hatoum worked with the US military on trans-boundary issues before accepting a commission from the United States Army. There he continued to work on issues relating to information flow across international borders. After seven years of decorated service, he left the Army to continue his education, completing his Master’s degree in Homeland Security at San Diego State University. After graduation, he took an assignment with the US Office of National Drug Control Policy where he worked on several cross-border policy projects. Hatoum was also chosen for the team that created the first federally recognized forensic pathology graduate training program within Mexico.
He lives with his wife, Denise, in Southern California.
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