Noe Garcia III

At-large Board of Director Member
garcia-mug.png
Bio

 

The son of a Mexican immigrant and second-generation San Antonian, Noe was drawn to politics and international affairs at a young age. Before he was Managing Director at the Signal Group, Garcia served as a Senior Policy Advisor to Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-TN) and as a political advisor to President George W. Bush, as well as a key advisor to two Secretaries of Treasury working closely with Senior-level White House officials to implement big policy initiatives on both domestic and international policy in the Middle East and Latin America. Beyond his advocacy work for and with regards to the US government, Noe helps clients and colleagues manage multi-national economic matters – from long-winded USMCA and trade-related advocacy, H-1B and high-skilled immigration, international banking, globalization effects on manufacturing – for major Fortune 200 companies, border communities, and foreign conglomerates.

 

Above all, Garcia excels as a connector—orchestrating relationships and collaborations between individuals, the government, and private businesses. Ranked on Hispanic Business Magazine’s “100 Most Influential Hispanics” and one of The Hill’s top lobbyists, Noe Garcia’s record for creating mutually-beneficial private-public initiatives with bankers, agricultural producers, ranchers, landowners, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Texas Association of Business, Border Trade Alliance, the North American Development Bank, International Bank of Commerce (IBC), Cognizant Technology Solutions, FIS, Cemex, Grupo Salinas and Banco Azteca, the Quality Patents Coalition, Bexar County, the City of El Paso, Amherst Holdings, Grant Thornton, Egan Jones, and numerous other parties with a vested interest in international trade policies speaks for itself.