Join CCAA: THE trusted non-for-profit organization promoting world-class economic development, resilience, and prosperity in the Caribbean and Central America


For 42 years Caribbean-Central American Action has been a trusted voice in Washington for the issues that impact economic development in the Caribbean and Central America. Our role is to

  • Promote policies that improve business security as a means to enhance economic growth and stability in the Caribbean and Central America
  • Promote Caribbean and Central American policies that encourage workforce development and technological innovation
  • Promote U.S. policies for the region that support the development of technological transformation for a world-class competitive environment in the Caribbean and Central America
  • Promote the adoption of best-in-class practices by governments and communities to strengthen regional resilience against natural disasters
  • Promote the private-public networks and alliances that will build and sustain these goals.


A Forum for Leaders

  • Throughout the years, Heads of State, from countries around the Hemisphere, have participated in CCAA events.

A Forum for Issues

  • Be a part of programs and events that not only address the issues of the day, but that bring the experts to the table who are leading the conversation not only regionally, but globally.

A Forum for Networks

  • Be a part of a network of like-minded professionals who are committed to the economic prosperity of the Caribbean and Central America.

A Forum for Advocacy

  • To be a part of a neutral entity that can work with governments from the region and the U.S. to enhance a world-class business environment for the Caribbean and Central America.


CCAA is pleased to offer a number of options for the support of our programs. All members are eligible to receive complimentary copies of our yearly publication, the “Caribbean-Central America Profile”, which provides summary analysis of the countries of the Basin, lists businesses and associations currently operating in the region, and valuable contact information useful to anyone interested in conducting business with the countries in the Caribbean and Central America and enjoy discounts to select CCAA and Partner events.



CCAA is governed by an international Board of Trustees and by contributions from its members. Our Trustees and Members play an important role in our activities and contribute actively to CCAA’s efforts in the region.
  • Association of International Bankers of Curaçao
  • ATN International
  • Boston Global Partners
  • Caribbean Association of Industry & Commerce
  • The Caribbean Council
  • Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association
  • Caribbean Tourism Organization
  • Credicorp Bank, Panama
  • Demerara Distributors Limited
  • DRI Foundation
  • Federation of Chambers and Associations of Industry of Central America and the Dominican Republic (FECAICA)
  • Florida International Bankers’ Association (FIBA)
  • GB Group
  • Groupe Jean Vorbe
  • Guyana Telephone & Telegraph
  • Hanesbrands, Inc
  • Interconnect, Ltd.
  • The Jamaica National Group Ltd.
  • Manchester Trade Ltd. Inc.
  • Minicucci Coaching & Consulting
  • Nippon Koei LAC Co., Ltd.
  • NS&J Advisory Group
  • Peter B. Johnson
  • Seaboard Marine, Ltd.
  • Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
  • Stuart S. Dye & Associates, PLLC
  • [TC]2
  • Tropical Shipping Co., Ltd.
  • Jesse Tyson
  • University of the West Indies
  • World Data

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To learn more about how to join as a member of CCAA, please submit the following information form or contact us at (202) 464-2031. Download a copy of the membership package here.

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