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Dr. Danilo Türk served as President of the Republic of Slovenia from 2007 to 2012. Dr. Türk was the first the Slovenian Permanent Representative to the United Nations and served as non-permanent member of the Security Council as well as a member of UN Human Rights Committee. Later he was appointed UN Assistant Secretary-General for Political Affairs before returning to Slovenia where in 2007 he was elected as the third President of Republic of Slovenia where he served until 2012. A former professor and director of the Institute for International Law of the University of Ljubljana, Dr. Türk served on the Constitutional Commission of the Slovenian National Assembly co-wrote the human rights chapter of the 1991 Slovenian Constitution.
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James Boland has served as President of the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers (BAC) since 2010 and has served as a member of the Executive Board since 1995 during which time he served as Executive Vice President and as Secretary-Treasurer. Mr. Boland joined BAC as a member in 1977 and spent the next decade working on commercial projects in the San Francisco Bay area in brick, block, stone, and marble. He became Business Agent in 1988 and then President in 1992 of BAC Local 3 California. One year later he was appointed to serve as a member of the International Union’s highest advisory body, the BAC Executive Council. In 1994 Boland he joined the International Union’s headquarters staff before being elected as the International Union President, where he now is responsible for formulating and supervising the IU's programs and activities consistent with the policies established by the IU Convention and in accordance with the Union's Constitution. He also serves as Co-Chair of the International Masonry Institute (IMI), the training and industry development arm of the organized masonry industry. In addition to leading BAC, he is a Vice President of the AFL-CIO Executive Council, and Chairs the Immigration Committee, is a member of the International Affairs, and Legislation/Policy, and Political Committees, and the Labor Commission on Racial and Economic Justice. He serves on the Governing Board of Presidents of the North America’s Building Trades Unions, and the General Presidents’ Committee on Contract Maintenance and the National Joint Heavy and Highway Committee.
Jan Jones Blackhurst is Executive Vice President of Government Relations & Corporate Responsibility for Caesars Entertainment, Corp. In that capacity, she oversees all worldwide government affairs, corporate communications, community relations and corporate-social responsibility programs for the $9 billion corporation. Prior to joining Caesars in November 1999, Jones Blackhurst served two terms as Mayor of the City of Las Vegas. She was the city’s first woman chief executive, and among the most popular mayors in its history, having won reelection in 1995 by a 72 percent margin. While in office, Jones Blackhurst presided over an unprecedented period of economic, social and cultural expansion, one in which the city’s population increased 66 percent, making Las Vegas the fastest-growing major metropolitan area in America throughout much of the 1990s. Today, she is a member of the Board of Directors of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and a member of the Women’s Leadership Board at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. She sits on the board of directors of Nevada Public Radio, the Women’s Campaign Fund in Washington, D.C., and is a member of the Gaming Law Advisory Board at the UNLV Boyd School of Law. She is also a member of the Human Rights Campaign’s Federal Club and of Nevada Advocates for Planned Parenthood. In 2012 she was appointed the Vice Chair of the Clark County Public Education Foundation. Jones Blackhurst graduated from Stanford University with a bachelor’s degree in English.
Shahnaz is a social entrepreneur and livelihood innovator who founded Empowerment thru Creative Integration in Pakistan and who served as the former Group Head of the Pakistan Poverty Alleviation. She has worked for over 28 years leading projects and people to promote effective and sustainable socio-economic development. In addition to her leadership on program in Pakistan, she has run multi-sector projects in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Canada, China, Egypt, Iran, India, Kyrgyzstan, Philippines, Senegal, Thailand, Turkey, and Uganda. Her Empowerment thru Creative Integration (ECI) enterprise began as a one-(wo)man business and grew into Pakistan’s 18th fastest growing company, providing training and consulting services that earned and international reputation. ECI designed and implemented cascade training programs for federal, provincial and local governments as well as international development organizations with outreach to hundreds of thousands of beneficiaries across Pakistan. With ECI Shahnaz designed and conducting over 5000 training days to audiences ranging from corporate senior management, government officials to non-literate rural farmers. Most recently, Shahnaz has completed the Harvard Kennedy School’s mid-career Masters of Public Policy program in the US and will be returning to Pakistan to launch her next social venture.
Guinea’s former Prime Minister is a well-known banker in the African continent and a former director at the African Export-Import Bank in Cairo, Egypt. Mr Komara is currently the High Commissioner of the Organisation for the Development of the Senegal River (OMVS). Born and raised in North Guinea, Mr. Komora belongs to the Maninka ethnic group. After studying management in Guinea’s capital Conakry, and then abroad in France, the United States and Egypt, he began his banking career at Crédit Suisse, Zurich, in 1975. Rising in business and government, he was appointed to the Guinean Conseil Transitoire de Redressement National ruling council in charge of Economic Planning & Cooperation in 1990. He also served as Assistant Director for Personnel in the Compagnie des Bauxites de Guinée and as director of the Alumina Company of Guinea Aluminum works at Fria. When he was appointed Prime Minister, he chose not to belong to any political party and formed a government drawing together soldiers and technocrats, an unprecedented case in Guinea’s history.
Since 2012 Andrew S. Natsios has served as Executive Professor at the George H.W. Bush School of Government at Texas A&M University, and since 2013 been Director of the Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs. He was Distinguished Professor in the Practice of Diplomacy at the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University from 2006-2012 and former Administrator of the US Agency for International Development (USAID) from 2001-2006. He serves as Co-Chairman Emeritus of the Committee on Human Rights in North Korea, a research center in Washington DC. He also served as US Special Envoy to Sudan in 2006-2007 to deal with the Darfur crisis and the implementation of the North South Sudan peace agreement. Retired from the US Army Reserves at a Lt. Colonel after twenty-three years, Natsios is a veteran of the Gulf War. From 1993 to 1998, he was vice president of World Vision US, the international non-governmental organization. Earlier in his career, Natsios served in Massachusetts State Government as a member of the House of Representatives in Boston for 12 years and later as Secretary of Administration and Finance, the chief financial and administrative officer of the Commonwealth. He also served in 2000-2001 as the CEO of Boston's Big Dig, the largest construction project in American history, after a cost overrun scandal.
He is the author of three books: U.S. Foreign Policy and the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1997); The Great North Korean Famine (2001); and his latest book, Sudan, South Sudan and Darfur: What Everyone Needs to Know, published in 2012 by Oxford University Press, and has contributed to 13 other books, including two on North Korea. His areas of research are in food security, famines, human rights, foreign aid, humanitarian assistance during civil conflicts and natural disasters.
Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Blue Star Strategies LLC, Ms. Painters has over 27 years of experience advising corporations, governments, NGOs and multilaterals on international investment opportunities, poverty reduction and on foreign and security policy issues. She has served as a founder of the US Committee on NATO, as Executive Director of the Business Coalition for US-China Trade -- where she helped secure passage of Permanent Normal Trade Relations for China, as a Senior Advisor to the Secretary of Commerce in the Clinton Administration, and as the Director of International at Tenneco Inc., a fortune 500 company. Ms. Painter has received numerous awards for her work, including The Officer’s Cross of the Order of Merit from the Republic of Hungary and The Minister of Defense’s Award for Distinction from the Republic of Latvia. Ms. Painter has an extensive track record working with Central Europe on security and policy issues, including successfully representing many of these countries on their NATO and EU bids as well as a Visa Equity Coalition of seven countries where legislation was passed in the U.S. Congress which allowed their citizens to enter the US visa-free.
Dr. José Ramos-Horta served as President of is native country of Timor-Leste from 2007 to 2012 and is the recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize for his work towards a just and peaceful solution to the former conflict in Timor-Leste”. Before serving as President, Dr. Ramos-Horta was well known as a peacemaker and the international voice of the Timorese people. As a founder and former member of the Revolutionary Front for an Independent East Timor (FRETILIN), Ramos-Horta served in exile as spokesman for the East Timorese Resistance to the United Nations (1975-1999). After East Timor achieved independence in 2002, Ramos-Horta was appointed as the country's first foreign minister. He served in this position until 2006 when he was named and sworn in as the second prime minister of East Timor. The following year he was elected as the second President of Timor-Leste and held the Presidency until 2012, leading the country through a period of growth and stability remarkable in the history of post-conflict nations. Today he serves as United Nations' Special Representative for the Secretary General and Head of the United Nations Integrated Peacebuilding Office in Guinea-Bissau.
Ambassador Ronis is currently an independent business and NATO consultant. Mr. Ronis has served with distinction in the Latvian diplomatic service since its re-establishment in 1991 after Latvia restored its full independence. His civil service to Latvia has included multiple leadership positions within government including as Latvia's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Transportation Minister, and Deputy Secretary for Foreign Affairs. He has also had a robust careering representing Latvia as a diplomat in the Foreign Service, holding positions as Ambassador to the United States, Ambassador to Mexico, and Ambassador to Turkey, as well Latvia's Ambassador to NATO in Brussels. Ambassador Ronis has worked actively in Latvia’s private sector since his government service, and serves as a consultant to multiple companies and organizations representing Latvia’s interests and promoting investment and engagement in Latvia’s public and private sector. Early in his career Ronis was a TV journalist and a Latvia youth chess champion.
Lamia Senousi is the Global Head of External Communications at the London Business School, where she oversees a team of public relations and government affairs experts in London, New York, Dubai and Hong Kong. Senousi was most recently a Global Communications and Strategic Partnership Leader at EY (formerly Ernst & Young), where she worked under the former Secretary of State for Finance in Spain and led the development and implementation of a global communications and partnership agenda for the Global Climate Change & Sustainability Practice. Previously, she worked at Deloitte, LLP in London and at PR Newswire. She was also the Campaign Manager & Election Agent in 2015 for the Labour Parliamentary Candidate for Cities of Westminster and London. Senousi has served in a number of advisory roles, including as a Communications Advisor to the Womanity Foundation, and Policy Development Director for the International Self-Care Foundation.
Nik Slingsby works as a lawyer and helps the Legal Action for Women Network which provides free legal service for low income women advising on domestic abuse and parental custody issues. He is also involved in the People to People Project building accommodation and sanitation facilities for refugees in Calais. He has a degree in Mandarin Chinese and Economics and has spent a number of years living and working in Asia.
He was the Labour Parliamentary Candidate for Cities of Westminster and London in 2015 and Chairman of the Westminster Constituency Labour Party.
Zohreh Tabatabai is a familiar face in the diplomatic and global business arenas, having spent many years in high profile positions in the United Nations (UN) system. As the chief coordinator of the UN’s Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration, she created new strategies for assembling publicprivate partnerships to assure the success of the event, and she coordinated the activities of more than 100 heads of state who travelled to New York to participate. During her 20 years at UN headquarters, Ms. Tabatabai also served as Focal Point for Women and as Chief of the Public Services Section. Throughout her tenure, she pioneered methods for bringing in outside partners to work on extending the UN’s visibility and effectiveness across a broad range of initiatives. In the year 2000 Ms. Tabatabai moved to Geneva to take up the post of Director of Communication and Public Information at the International Labour Organization, the Geneva-based UN agency that promotes rights at work. Upon leaving the United Nations System, she created a communications and marketing company with special emphasis on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). She undertakes various CSR projects for a number of Global companies. Ms. Tabatabai currently serves on the boards of a number of non-governmental organizations, non-profit institutions and charitable foundations.
Karen A. Tramontano is the Founder of the Global Fairness Initiative (GFI), a non-profit organization working to promote a more equitable, sustainable approach to globalization to ensure its benefits reach all people, including the working poor. Before founding GFI, Ms. Tramontano served as Deputy Chief of Staff to President Clinton and counselor to two Chiefs of Staff, Erskine Bowles and John Podesta. Ms. Tramontano's White House portfolio encompassed a wide range of issues, including international trade, transatlantic relations, as well as economic and financial issues involving the U.S. Treasury and Commerce Departments. She played a major role in shaping policy concerning the WTO, OECD and other multi-lateral institutions, while handling public policy issues involving the World Bank and the IMF. Other specific accomplishments include spearheading the successful White House initiative to bring the Child Labor Convention into law and leading the team that developed the Comprehensive Steel Plan to rationalize global steel production. Additionally, she managed many of President Clinton's international trips, including his visits to India, Pakistan, and Viet Nam. In 2001, she served as Chief of Staff for President Clinton's transition, where she established his office and presence in New York.
Ms. Tramontano is currently the CEO and co-founder of Blue Star Strategies, LLC, which provides corporate, institutional and public sector clients with results-oriented strategies. Prior to founding Blue Star Strategies, she was a Principal at Dutko Worldwide, where she developed comprehensive multi-level government advocacy strategies for complex global issues. Ms. Tramontano also currently serves as Senior Advisor to Guy Ryder, Director General of the International Labor Organization in Geneva, is on the Board of the Fair Labor Association (FLA) and the Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA) and is an Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University Law School. She earned a Juris Doctor degree from Catholic University Law School and a B.A. from Boston College, and is a frequent commentator for Bloomberg News.
Katerina Tsirimpa is currently Head of Corporate Finance at National Grid plc, one of the largest investor-owned energy companies in the world. She manages a portfolio of strategic funding activities across the UK and US playing a vital role in delivering gas and electricity to millions of people. Katerina has global experience across a variety of complex corporate and asset financing transactions spanning over thirteen years’ progression within the world’s leading energy companies. She previously held positions in BP plc, a multinational oil and gas company, driving structured finance solutions for energy projects in the EMEA region. Throughout her career, she pioneered innovative solutions to complex funding issues promoting new ways of thinking. Katerina was born in Athens, Greece where she studied International Politics. She also holds M.A. in European Politics & Policies and M.Sc. in International Business Economics, both obtained from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium where she subsequently started her career in European Institutions before moving to UK for a consulting role. Katerina’s academic credentials finally include attending the Executive Corporate Finance program from London Business School.
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