MANUEL MARÍN GONZÁLEZ (Madrid, 1949) Chairman of FUNDACIÓN IBERDROLA ESPAÑA Chairman of FUNDACIÓN IBERDROLA ESPAÑA. Degree in Law from Madrid Complutense University (Spain). Master's in European Law from the European University Centre in Nancy (France). Certificate in Advanced European Studies from the College of Europe, Bruges (Belgium). Work experience Formerly chairman of the Spanish Congress of Deputies and of the Spanish Parliament during the VIII Legislature, first vice-chair of the European Commission, congressman of the Constituent Legislature of Spain of 1977 and of the I, II, III, VII and VIII Legislatures. Spokesman for the Socialist Party on the Foreign Affairs Committee, and Assistant Secretary General of the Socialist Party during the I, II and III Legislatures. Secretary of State for Relations with the European Community. In the academic realm, he has been lecturer at Carlos III University (Madrid), the Mexican Institute of Technology (Mexico D.C.), and Alcalá University (Alcalá de Henares). Career highlights relevant to his post on the Board of Trustees As first vice-chairman of the European Commission, he has held a number of different posts, including Commissioner for Social Affairs, Education and Culture, Commissioner for Development Cooperation and Fisheries, and Commissioner for Economic Cooperation with Mediterranean countries, Latin America and Asia. He was similarly head of the special aid programme to help reconstruct Palestine promulgated by the Oslo and Washington Peace Accords, and was involved at all Summits of Heads of State within the context of the Peace Process. He also helped set up the Humanitarian Aid Office of the European Union.