Mr. Paul O’Hop is an attorney and partner in the Washington, DC office of the international law firm, Squire, Sanders & Dempsey, where he represents government agencies and large international corporations in international business transactions, in particular the development and financing of large infrastructure projects in the developing world. He has particular experience in Latin America, where he has devoted much of his nearly two decades of practice. He is fluent in Spanish, and has lived in various countries in Europe and Latin America. He currently lives in McLean, Virginia, with his wife, Rossana, a ND alumna, his daughter, Francesca, and his son, Pablo.
Pioneered by Dr. Gaus.
Championed by Fr. Hesburgh.
Staffed and Sustained by Ecuadorians.
Supported by you.
A book about the inspiring journey of Dr. David Gaus and Andean Health & Development is now on bookshelves. Long Road from Quito is written by Tony Hiss. Hiss is the author of 13 books and was a staff writer at the New Yorker for 30 years. Since then, he has been a visiting scholar at New York University.
“If you are lucky, a few times in life you will come across a person who is able to hew out of the mountain of despair a stone of hope. It is even rarer still to find in such a leader a genuine sense of humility and a depth of soul that radiates joy and laughter. I know you will enjoy and be inspired by this story of a modern-day man who is as holy as he is innovative, who is as determined as he is fun, and who is both visionary and focused on the set of eyes before him at any given moment.” —Lou Nanni, from the Foreword