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Remedios Diaz-Oliver

Foundation Board Member

Remedios Díaz-Oliver is the Former President of All American Containers, Inc., a leading supplier in the United States of glass, plastic and metal containers and caps with operations in Miami, Tampa, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Illinois, Georgia, California, New Jersey, Pittsburg, Texas and Washington. It’s marketing network spans to 50 countries in Central and South America, the Caribbean, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and New Zealand. It has become an All American pastime to put liquid consumer products (everything from Beer, to honey, to cleaning products) in safe, sturdy and attractive containers. All American Containers Inc. supports this tradition by making plastic, glass and metal containers for the beverage, chemical, cosmetic, food, liquor, perfume, and pharmaceutical industries.


All American Containers Inc. was founded by Remedios Diaz-Oliver in 1991. As President and Chief Executive Officer, Mrs. Diaz-Oliver was entrusted with full administrative and financial responsibilities including financial statements.


All American supplies packaging products to very large companies.  All American has sales offices in Central America, South America and the Caribbean. Prior to All American Containers, Mrs. Diaz-Oliver was a Director and Consultant of the New World School of Language in Miami, FL, was President of the Association of Exporters, Freight Forwarders and Manufacturers of Greater Miami, Vice President and Member of the Board of Havana Business Academy and Havana Business College.


Mrs. Díaz-Oliver is a former member of the Board of Directors of Avon Products, Inc., Barnett Bank, US West and Media One. Mrs. Diaz-Oliver is a member of the Board of Directors of The American Cancer Society, Cuban Liberty Council and U.S. Cuba Democracy PAC, The Florida Council of 100 and the National Association of Container Distributors. She is a former member of The Board of Trustees of The Public Health Trust and Mercy Hospital.


Remedios Díaz-Oliver was appointed in 1988 as a member of the Advisory Board Trade Policy, Negotiations and International Policy for the President of the United States and reappointed in 1992.  Also in 1991, she represented the United States of America during the inauguration of President Luis Lacalle in Montevideo, Uruguay.


Mrs. Díaz-Oliver has been a member of the National Advisory Council of the Small Business Administration, National Hispanic Leadership Agenda and was selected as Outstanding Woman of the Year by the American Red Cross; Outstanding Woman of the Year by the Miami City Ballet; Business Woman of the Year by the Latin Chamber of Commerce; Entrepreneur of the Year by the Inter-American Businessmen’s Association; Business Woman of the Year by the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; Established Business-Owner of the Year by the National Association of Women Business Owners. Former President of The Cuban Women Club. Mrs. Díaz Oliver was the first woman to receive the “E” award (for excellence in export) from the President of the United States and the only Florida woman to be a member of the Board of Directors of three Fortune 500 companies, simultaneously.  She is also a Columnist for Diario Las Americas.

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