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Alfred Breuer

International Economic Development Manager, City of San Antonio, Global Engagement Division, Economic Development Department, City of San Antonio

Alfred Breuer focuses on expanding international relationships, building collaboration across San Antonio’s economic development community, and foreign direct investment. Mr. Breuer engages international companies who are looking to expand their presence in the city and supports San Antonio companies expand through exports.

Prior to join the City of San Antonio, Mr. Breuer lead outreach efforts for the San Antonio and Corpus Christi regions for the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, San Antonio Branch. In his role, he engaged with stakeholders to discuss current economic challenges and opportunities in the community and increase awareness of the mission of the Federal Reserve. He was also tasked with identifying emerging economic challenges and opportunities and gathering information to support monetary policymaking and strategic planning efforts.

Mr. Breuer has also worked for a global top 10 public relations firm, Hill+Knowlton Strategies, and served as legislative director for a Texas State Representative. In addition, he served as Deputy Director for International Affairs for an agricultural trade association in Washington, DC where he focused on the organization’s trade policy program. Throughout his career he has worked closely with a wide range of stakeholders, including Fortune 500 companies, national trade associations and U.S. and foreign public officials to build strong mutually beneficial relationships.

He holds a BA from Austin College, an MA in international commerce and policy from George Mason University and an MBA from the Instituto Panamericano de Alta Dirección de Empresa (IPADE) in Mexico City.