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WorldAffairs 2010: Innovative Leadership in the Face of Crises

  1. 1. Welcome to WorldAffairs 2010, the annual community event devoted toINNOVATION international issues presented by the World Affairs Council of Northern California.LEADERSHIP Our theme this year is innovation. There are few times in history when the need to draw upon our capacity to invent and to marshal creativeDEVELOPMENT change has been more pressing or more apparent. At a time of world- wide economic recession, we are faced with the problems of global climate change; a devastating natural disaster in Haiti; insurgencies inCLIMATE Afghanistan and Iraq; civil conflict in Sudan, Congo and elsewhere where governance is weak and leaders are predatory. While at timesINSPIRATION it seems that our political system fails to address dangers until they are transformed into crises, it is our capacity as a society to invent and to rally that reassures and serves us in the end. DIVERSITY Not only do we need innovative, actionable, community-based approaches for meeting national and international challenges, but eachCRITICAL of us can help provide them. It is in this spirit that we are proud to host at WorldAffairs 2010 a diverse gathering of civic leaders, entrepreneurs, policymakers, business executives, analysts and students to discuss theCHOICES most pressing international issues of our day. We hope that you will be among those enriching the quality of the discussion. Our conversations today can shape the world of tomorrow.   ENGAGING We extend our gratitude to our trustees, donors and members whose on-going commitment to exploring critical international issues providesDIALOGUE the depth and engagement that are the hallmarks of WorldAffairs 2010.  We also thank those local corporations whose generous support makes this event possible. KNOWLEDGE We hope each of you will, together with us, learn, engage and celebrate the richness and diversity of knowledge, ideas and experience that create a strong global community.  Sincerely yours, Peter J. Robertson Jane Wales Chairman of the Board President & CEO
  2. 2. Agenda THURSDAY, MARCH 11th 11:00 AM Registration Opens 3:30 - 5:00 PM Afternoon Sessions Italian Georgian A. Development: Strengthening Community in Conflict Zones— 12:00 - 1:30 PM Luncheon Afghanistan & Pakistan Grand Ballroom War and civil strife make challenges for communities in the developing world even more pressing. Livelihoods are destroyed; basic needs go 12:00 PM Welcome unmet; and access to healthcare and education are severed. What are Peter Robertson, Chairman, Board of Trustees, World Affairs Council the on-the-ground realities for development projects in Afghanistan and Pakistan? Which strategies have proven most successful in helping the 12:45 PM Humanitarian Crisis: Rebuilding Communities in Haiti region’s communities in the midst of protracted conflicts? Elizabeth Blake, Senior Vice President, Habitat for Humanity International, Inc. Keynote conversation with Barmak Pazhwak, Program Officer, Afghanistan, US Institute of Peace Jane Wales, President & CEO, World Affairs Council Clare Lockhart, Director, The Institute for State Effectiveness Nasim Ashraf, Executive Director, Center for Pakistan Studies, Middle 1:30 - 1:45 PM Break East Institute Moderator: Harold Brooks, CEO, American Red Cross, Bay Area Chapter 1:45 - 3:15 PM Session I: Environment & Climate Change Grand Ballroom Post-Copenhagen: Establishing a Global Climate Regime? Grand Ballroom B. Economy: How is Technology Changing the Global Marketplace? With advances in information technology and mobile communications, Climate Action Without a Climate Treaty along with the growth of micro-financing institutions, the future is Michael Levi, Director, Program on Energy Security & Climate Change, brighter for emerging markets. How is technological innovation reshaping Council on Foreign Relations the global marketplace, fostering economic independence, The Business Implications of Copenhagen and improving lives and communities around the globe? Nancy McFadden, Senior Vice President, PG&E Corporation Beyond Copenhagen: Leadership at the Subnational Level Mitul Shah, Senior Director, Technology Partnerships, United Linda Adams, Secretary, Environmental Protection, California Environmental Nations Foundation Protection Agency Terry Kramer, Regional President, Vodafone Americas Moderator: Robert Collier, Visiting Scholar, Center for Environmental Public Matt Flannery, Co-Founder & CEO, Kiva Policy, University of California, Berkeley Moderator: Nancy Jarvis, Attorney, Farrand Cooper, PC 3:15 - 3:30 PM Break Italian2 | Agenda WorldAffairs 2010 Program | 3
  3. 3. Elizabethan A C. Environment: US-China Partnerships on Technology & Climate Change 5:30 - 6:30 PM Session II: Great Ideas As the two largest greenhouse gas emitters in the world, the United States Grand Ballroom Local Solutions to Global Problems and China need to find ways to tackle the effects of climate change. How are the governments of both countries working together to reduce carbon 5:30 PM What Would the World Look Like if Everyone Could Read? emissions and how is the private sector encouraging energy efficiency? John Wood, Founder & Executive Chairman, Room to Read 6:00 PM Social Media for Social Change, One Post at a Time Jiang Lin, Director, The China Sustainable Energy Program Craig Newmark, Founder, Craigslist Joanna Lewis, Assistant Professor, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Moderator: Elizabeth Farnsworth, Special Correspondent, The PBS Service, Georgetown University NewsHour S. Julio Friedmann, Carbon Management Program Leader, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 6:30 - 8:00 PM Take Action Event & Reception Moderator: Kevin Pursglove, Trustee, World Affairs Council of Colonial Northern California Elizabethan B D. Security: A World Without Nuclear Weapons? The Obama administration has made nuclear disarmament a centerpiece of US defense policy. How likely and beneficial is a world without nuclear weapons? What are the arguments for and against countries eliminating their nuclear stockpiles? What are the challenges with respect to implementation and verification? And with the ever-growing demands for energy, how feasible is nuclear non-proliferation? Scott Sagan, Co-Director, Center for International Security & Cooperation, Stanford University Keith Payne, President & Co-Founder, National Institute for Public Policy Philip Taubman, Consulting Professor, Center for International Security & Cooperation, Stanford University Moderator: Michael Levi, Director, Program on Energy Security & Climate Change, Council on Foreign Relations 5:00 - 5:30 PM Break4 | Agenda WorldAffairs 2010 Program | 5
  4. 4. Agenda FRIDAY, MARCH 12th 8:00 - 8:30 AM Registration & Continental Breakfast Elizabethan B F. Economy: China’s Emerging Role in the Global Economy Italian China’s economic boom has captured the attention of investors and governments alike. But will the world’s third-largest economy emerge 8:30 - 10:30 AM Session III: Global Economy & International Development even stronger from the global economic downturn or is China’s economy Grand Ballroom more fragile than we think? What are the prospects of a new low-carbon economy bringing the US and China closer together, or further apart? 8:30 - 9:00 AM Keynote Address Robert Hormats, Under Secretary of State for Economy, Energy, & Orville Schell, Director, Center on US-China Relations, Asia Society Agriculture, US Department of State Susan Shirk, Ho Miu Lam Professor of China & Pacific Relations, School of International Relations & Pacific Studies, University of California, 9:00 - 10:30 AM The Aftermath of Crisis: Comparing Economies Rich & Poor San Diego The Shifting Landscape of Global Growth & Finance Moderator: James Manyika, Director, McKinsey Global Institute Mansoor Dailami, Manager, Emerging Global Trends Team, Development Prospects Group, The World Bank Colonial G. Environment: Managing the Marine Environment The Keys to Growth & Renewal After the Crisis Global warming, industrial pollution, overfishing and ineffective marine James Manyika, Director, McKinsey Global Institute legislation are all contributing to the rapidly declining health of our The Road from Ruin: How to Revive Capitalism oceans. How severely polluted are our oceans and how can we reduce Matthew Bishop, American Business Editor & New York Bureau their particulate levels? What steps can be taken to ensure fish stock Chief, The Economist sustainability? And how can the international community effectively Moderator: Richard Lyons, Bank of America Dean, Haas School of enforce laws which would support these goals? Business, University of California, Berkeley Meg Caldwell, Executive Director, Center for Ocean Solutions 10:30 - 10:45 AM Break Captain Charles Moore, Founder, Algalita Marine Research Foundation Jennifer Jacquet, Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Sea Around Us Project,10:45 AM - 12:15 PM Morning Sessions Fisheries Centre, University of British Columbia Moderator: Kevin Haroff, Partner, Shook Hardy & Bacon LLP Elizabethan A E. Development: Fighting Corruption in the Developing World Corruption is often cited as both a cause of poverty and an obstacle to overcoming it, particularly in the developing world. What mechanisms are needed to tackle corruption? How has the turmoil of the global financial crisis affected its level and frequency in developing nations? What can the United Nations Convention against Corruption do to combat it? Clare Lockhart, Director, The Institute for State Effectiveness Fritz Heimann, Founder & Chairman Emeritus, Transparency International Moderator: Brewer Stone, Managing Director, FBR Capital Markets & Co 6 | Agenda WorldAffairs 2010 Program | 7
  5. 5. Georgian H. Security: Cybersecurity & the New Age of Electronic Communication 2:45 - 4:15 PM Afternoon Sessions The Internet has brought tremendous benefits as well as new security challenges; for example, Russian cyberattacks on Georgia and Estonia; Elizabethan A I. Development: Responding to the World Food Crisis Chinese and North Korean intrusions into US government networks; An estimated one billion people worldwide are unable to access and vulnerable electricity grids in Brazil. What is being done to address enough food to avoid malnutrition. The dramatic rise and volatility of these kinds of security risks? At the same time, freedom to communicate food prices have contributed to the increase in global food insecurity, is exponentially increasing, but this freedom can also be manipulated to particularly among the poor in developing nations. The need for suppress opposition. What is the impact of this new age of electronic prompt action is clear; is it possible to respond to the immediate needs communication on global politics? of the hungry while also preventing future crises? Peter Levin, Chief Technology Officer, US Department of Veterans Affairs Ann Tutwiler, Senior Advisor, International Affairs, US Department Evgeny Morozov, Contributing Editor, Foreign Policy of Agriculture Moderator: Major General J. Michael Myatt, USMC (Ret.), President & CEO, Reverend David Beckmann, President, Bread for the World Marines’ Memorial Association Roger Thurow, Senior Fellow, Global Agriculture and Food Policy, Chicago Council on Global Affairs 12:15 - 12:30 PM Break Moderator: Charles Frankel, Honorary Consul, Republic of Botswana 12:30 - 2:30 PM Luncheon Colonial J. Economy: Reflections on the Global Financial Crisis Grand Ballroom The collapse of US investment banks in September 2008 is widely considered to have sparked the global recession. While it is easy to 12:45 - 2:30 PM Session IV: Global Security understand the far reaching shockwave that resulted, it is more difficult to determine how the global financial crisis unfolded. How have deficits, 12:45 - 1:15 PM Keynote Address increased spending and the credit crunch affected governments? Most Michèle Flournoy, Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, US Department important of all, what lessons have been learned? of Defense Kenneth Rogoff, Professor, Economics, Harvard University 1:15 - 2:30 PM Emerging Threats & Strategic Challenges in a Changing World Order In conversation with Engaging Adversaries: When Does Peace Break Out? Adam Lashinsky, Senior Editor at Large, Fortune Charles Kupchan, Senior Fellow, Europe Studies, Council on Foreign Relations The Horn of Africa’s Challenges to Peace and Stability Ambassador David Shinn, Adjunct Professor, Elliott School of International Affairs, The George Washington University Moderator: Ambassador Martin Brennan, Executive Director, International House, University of California, Berkeley 2:30 - 2:45 PM Break8 | Agenda WorldAffairs 2010 Program | 9
  6. 6. Georgian K. Environment: Innovations in Energy Technology 4:30 - 5:30 PM Session V: Great Ideas Research institutions and private enterprises are taking impressive Local Solutions to Global Problems strides to achieve a more energy-efficient future. Renewable energy management, hydrogen fuel technology and algae-derived biofuel offer 4:30 PM Breaking Down the Barriers to Good, Clean & Fair Food for Everyone some of the most promising opportunities and are being pursued as Josh Viertel, President, Slow Food USA viable alternatives to fossil fuels. 5:00 PM How the Poorest Quarter of Humanity Can Solve the Climate Crisis by Improving Their Lives Lissa Morgenthaler-Jones, CEO & Co-Founder, LiveFuels Carl Pope, Executive Director, Sierra Club Hal LaFlash, Director, Integrated Resource Planning & Policy, Moderator: Jane Wales, President & CEO, World Affairs Council PG&E Corporation Daniel Nocera, Henry Dreyfus Professor of Energy, Massachusetts 5:30 PM Closing Remarks Institute of Technology Peter Robertson, Chairman, Board of Trustees, World Affairs Council Moderator: Jan Kalicki, Counselor for International Strategy, Chevron Corporation Grand Ballroom L. Security: Iran—Human Rights & Internal Dynamics Since last year’s disputed election in Iran, there have been intense clashes between government forces and the Green opposition movement. What are the internal political dynamics in Iran and how is the opposition movement likely to evolve? What are the organizing challenges for the opposition and how are people communicating? With the numerous detentions, beatings and executions that have taken place since the election, how bad is the human rights situation? Omid Memarian, Rotary Peace Fellow, University of California, Berkeley Hadi Ghaemi, Director, International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran Moderator: Jerrold Green, President & CEO, Pacific Council on International Policy 4:15 - 4:30 PM Break10 | Agenda WorldAffairs 2010 Program | 11
  7. 7. 2010 Speaker Biographies Linda Adams Matthew Bishop Secretary, Environmental Protection, California American Business Editor and New York Bureau Chief, Environmental Protection Agency The Economist Linda Adams was appointed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger as Matthew Bishop was previously the magazine’s London-based business the first woman to serve as head of the agency. During her time as editor. Before joining The Economist, he was on the faculty of London Secretary, she served as lead negotiator on AB 32 – the Global Warming Business School. He has served as a member of the Sykes Commission Solutions Act of 2006 and is now working closely with states, provinces on the investment system in the 21st century and was also on the and countries to reduce the effects of global warming. She launched the Advisors Group of the United Nations International Year of Microcredit Green Chemistry Initiative and the State’s biomonitoring program, and has 2005. His newest book is The Road from Ruin: How to Renew Capitalism also made air and water quality a top priority. Adams has dedicated more and Put America Back on Top, with Michael Green. Bishop was educated than 32 years of public service to California and earned an Environmental at Oxford University. Hero Award from the California League of Conservation Voters. Elizabeth Blake Nasim Ashraf Senior Vice President, Habitat for Humanity Executive Director, Center for Pakistan Studies, Middle International, Inc. East Institute Habitat For Humanity International, Inc. is a non-profit organization that Nasim Ashraf served as the Minister of State for Human Development in through local partnerships seeks to build affordable housing for families Pakistan for over six years with the primary responsibility to achieve the in need in 93 countries around the world. Prior to joining HFHI, she Millennium Development Goals. As the Founder and Chairman of the held numerous executive positions at US Airways, General Electric and National Commission for Human Development, he raised a team of 70,000 Cinergy Corp. She has participated in civic and charitable causes including employees and over 200,000 volunteers, and was able to enroll up to 9 serving as Chair of the Ohio Board of Regents and Chair of the Planning million children in schools, and train up to 14 million mothers in primary Committee for The Aronoff Center for the Arts. She has been awarded healthcare. Ashraf has received several awards including UNESCO’s the Employer of Choice Award, Outstanding Women in Outstanding International Literacy Award, Sitara-e-Imtiaz (Star of Distinction) for Times and Career Women of Achievement. Blake received her BA from outstanding public service from the President of Pakistan, and Richard and Smith College and her JD from Columbia University School of Law. Hinda Rosenthal Award from the American College of Physicians. Meg Caldwell David Beckmann Executive Director, Center for Ocean Solutions President, Bread for the World Meg Caldwell has dedicated her career to environmental law, having Reverend David Beckmann, one of the foremost US advocates for worked as an attorney, professor and Board member in the field. Her hungry people, has been President of Bread for the World since 1991, scholarship focuses on local land use decisions, environmental and marine leading large-scale and successful campaigning to strengthen US political resource policy development and implementation, and natural resource commitment to overcoming hunger and poverty. Before that, he served conservation. She also directs the Environmental and Natural Resources at The World Bank for 15 years, overseeing large projects and driving Law and Policy Program at Stanford Law School, and has an appointment innovations to make The Bank more effective in reducing poverty. He with the Woods Institute for the Environment. Caldwell also served as is also President of Bread for the World Institute, a clergyman and an Chair of the California Coastal Commission for nearly three years. economist. Beckmann earned degrees from Yale, Christ Seminary and the London School of Economics.12 | Speaker Biographies WorldAffairs 2010 Program | 13
  8. 8. Mansoor Dailami S. Julio Friedmann Manager, Emerging Global Trends Team, Development Carbon Management Program Leader, Lawrence Prospects Group, The World Bank Livermore National Laboratory Mansoor Dailami is responsible for emerging global economic and financial Julio Friedmann leads initiatives and research into carbon capture, carbon trends that affect developing countries’ growth and investment prospects. storage and fossil fuel recovery and utilization at Lawrence Livermore. Since joining The World Bank in 1986, he has been involved in major lending He has testified before the US Senate, the California and Wisconsin operations, policy dialogue with clients, and technical assistance for capacity State Assemblies, and the House Energy and Commerce Committee. building and policy reform. Prior to joining The Bank, he worked at the He has worked with the EPA, USGS, private companies, NGOs and the United Nations Secretariat, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and New Department of Energy. He also worked as a senior research scientist, first York University. Dailami holds a PhD in economics from Harvard University, at Exxon and later ExxonMobil, and as a research scientist at the University as well as BS and MS degrees from the London School of Economics. of Maryland, collaborating with the Joint Global Change Research Institute, and the Colorado Energy Research Institute at Colorado School of Mines. Matt Flannery Friedmann holds BS and MS degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Co-Founder & CEO, Kiva Technology, and a PhD from the University of Southern California. Matt Flannery began developing Kiva in late 2004 as a side-project while working as a computer programmer at TiVo, Inc. In December 2005 Hadi Ghaemi he left his job to devote himself to Kiva full-time. As CEO, he has led Director, International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran Kiva’s growth from a pilot project to an established online service with Hadi Ghaemi is a leading Iran analyst and human rights expert. In 2008, partnerships across the globe and millions of dollars loaned to low together with a group of international human rights activists, he founded the income entrepreneurs. He is a Draper Richards Fellow, Skoll Awardee International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran which has become one of and Ashoka Fellow. Flannery earned an MA in philosophy and a BS in the leading groups reporting and documenting human rights violations in symbolic systems from Stanford University. Iran. He has also worked with NGOs focusing on Afghanistan and Iraq. In 2004, he joined Human Rights Watch as the Iran and United Arab Emirates Michèle Flournoy researcher. He came to the United States in 1983 as a student and received Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, US Department  his PhD in physics from Boston University. of Defense Michèle Flournoy, as the principal staff assistant and advisor to the Fritz Heimann Secretary of Defense and the Deputy Secretary of Defense, advises on Founder & Chairman Emeritus, Transparency International all matters related to the formulation of national security and defense Fritz Heimann served on Transparency International’s Board of Directors policy and the integration and oversight of DoD policy and plans to until 2003, and has been a member of the International Advisory Council achieve national security objectives. Prior to her confirmation, she held since then. Established in 1993, Transparency International (TI) is a global several positions: President of the Center for a New American Security, coalition against corruption, with headquarters in Berlin and national a senior adviser at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and chapters in over ninety countries. He organized TI’s US Chapter, served as a distinguished research professor at the National Defense University, as its Chair for twelve years, and continues as a Director. He directs TI’s work well as Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Strategy and on international conventions including the OECD Convention on Threat Reduction and Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Strategy. Combating Bribery of Foreign Public and the UN Convention against Corruption. Fritz has also served as Associate General Counsel of the General Electric Company.14 | Speaker Biographies WorldAffairs 2010 Program | 15
  9. 9. Robert Hormats Charles Kupchan Under Secretary of State for Economy, Energy & Senior Fellow, Europe Studies, Council on Agriculture, US Department of State Foreign Relations Robert Hormats was sworn in on September 23, 2009. He was formerly Charles Kupchan is Professor of international affairs in the School of Vice Chairman of Goldman Sachs (International). He served as Assistant Foreign Service and Government Department at Georgetown University, Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs, Ambassador and and is most recently author of How Enemies Become Friends: The Sources Deputy US Trade Representative and Senior Deputy Assistant Secretary of Stable Peace. He was Director for European affairs at the National for Economic and Business Affairs at the Department of State. He served Security Council (NSC) during the first Clinton administration. Before as a senior staff member for International Economic Affairs on the National joining the NSC, he worked in the US Department of State on the policy Security Council, where he was Senior Economic Advisor to Dr. Henry planning staff. Prior to government service, he was an Assistant Professor Kissinger, General Brent Scowcroft and Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski. Hormats of politics at Princeton University. Kupchan received MPhil and DPhil earned an MA and PhD from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy degrees from Oxford University and a BA from Harvard University. and a BA from Tufts University. Hal LaFlash Jennifer Jacquet Director, Emerging Clean Technologies, Renewable Post-doctoral Fellow, Sea Around Us Project, Fisheries Energy Department, PG&E Corporation Centre, University of British Columbia Hal LaFlash’s duties include assessing the state of technologies that Jennifer Jacquet completed her PhD, Fish As Food in an Age of Globalization, will affect how PG&E fills its future resource needs, which entails focusing on seafood security in the developing countries as well as aspects understanding, evaluating, and supporting emerging renewable energy of the seafood market in wealthy nations. She has published on issues and other clean energy technologies. He has held various positions in related to seafood mislabeling, renaming, awareness campaigns, subsidies energy efficiency, non-utility generation, gas transportation, resource and small-scale fisheries. She is critical of conservation-related consumer planning, and renewable energy policy at PG&E. He was a member of campaigns, which are the focus of her current research and her blog, Guilty the Solar Task Force of the Western Governors Association’s Clean and Planet. At present, Jacquet is also a visiting lecturer at the Scripps Institution Diversified Energy Initiative. LaFlash has a BS in mechanical engineering of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego. from the University of Wisconsin and an MBA from Saint Mary’s College of California. Terry Kramer Regional President, Vodafone Americas Adam Lashinsky Terry Kramer, having joined Vodafone in January 2005, held various Senior Editor at Large, Fortune positions before being named Regional President in 2009 when he Adam Lashinsky, covering Silicon Valley and Wall Street for Fortune, has assumed responsibility for Vodafone’s interest in Verizon Wireless. He is been on the magazine’s staff since 2001, and for two years before that also Chairman of Vodafone Ventures which invests in new ventures which was a contributing columnist. In addition, he is a weekly panelist on align with Vodafone’s long term product roadmap. He represents Vodafone the Fox News Channel’s “Cavuto on Business” program on Saturday on the Board of the mobile industry association, GSMA. Prior to joining mornings, and he appears frequently on other Fox News and Fox Vodafone, he was Chief Executive Officer of Q Comm International Business Network programs. His articles focus on finance and technology. and also worked for PacTel/AirTouch Communications. Kramer holds an Recent cover-story subjects have included Apple, Hewlett-Packard and MBA from the Harvard Business School and a BA in economics from the Google. Lashinsky holds a degree in history and political science from the University of California, Los Angeles. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.16 | Speaker Biographies WorldAffairs 2010 Program | 17
  10. 10. Michael Levi Jiang Lin Director, Program on Energy Security & Climate Change, Director, The China Sustainable Energy Program Council on Foreign Relations Jiang Lin also serves as Senior Vice President of the Energy Foundation. Michael Levi is also Senior Fellow for Energy and the Environment at the Prior to this, he was a senior scientist with the China Energy Group at Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and was Project Director for the CFR- the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, California. He is sponsored Independent Task Force on climate change. He was previously a leading researcher on China’s energy efficiency and renewable energy a nonresident science fellow and a science and technology fellow in policies. He has advised numerous Chinese agencies, The World Bank, foreign policy studies at the Brookings Institution. Prior to that, he was and the United Nations Development Programme. He is a member Director of the Federation of American Scientists’ Strategic Security of the National Committee on United States-China Relations as well Project. Levi holds a PhD in war studies from the University of London, an as the Pacific Council on International Policy. Lin received his PhD in MA in physics from Princeton University, and a BSc in mathematical physics demography from the University of California, Berkeley, and his BS in from Queen’s University. electrical engineering from Xi’an Jiaotong University. Peter Levin Clare Lockhart Chief Technology Officer, US Department of Director, The Institute for State Effectiveness Veterans Affairs Clare Lockhart is also the Institute’s Co-Founder, and focuses on Peter Levin also serves as Senior Advisor to Secretary of the Department institutions of state, market and civil society through practical approaches of Veterans Affairs, General Eric Shinseki. He identifies new technologies and to transformation from instability to stability. She is the co-author of promotes innovations that will allow the VA to serve veterans with higher Fixing Failed States with ISE Co-Founder Ashraf Ghani. Lockhart, together reliability, greater accessibility and lower cost. Prior to this, he worked as Co- with Ghani, was recently ranked 20th in Foreign Policy magazine’s Top 100 Founder and Chief Executive of an award-winning semiconductor software Global Thinkers. She has served as a UN Adviser to the Bonn Agreement firm. He sat on the Board of Directors of several early-stage technology in Afghanistan, then seconded to the Afghan Government. She also start-ups, most notably NeoLinear Inc. and Astaro AG, and he was a general managed a program on Institutions and Strategy at The World Bank. partner of TVM, as well as a venture partner in Ventizz Capital. He is a Lockhart is a barrister and has degrees from the University of Oxford Consulting Professor at Stanford University. Levin holds a PhD in electrical and Harvard University. and computer engineering from Carnegie Mellon University. James Manyika Joanna Lewis Director, McKinsey Global Institute Assistant Professor, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign James Manyika is also a Director (Senior Partner) of McKinsey based in Service, Georgetown University San Francisco. As a leader in McKinsey’s Global High-tech and Strategy Joanna Lewis focuses her research on the renewable energy industry Practice, he serves leading communication, Internet, software and systems and policy development in China, China’s role in the multilateral climate companies on a variety of issues. He was on the Engineering Faculty at negotiations, and Sino-American energy and climate change cooperation. Oxford University, elected Research Fellow at Balliol College. He was a She also serves as an international advisor to the Energy Foundation’s China Visiting Scientist at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and Faculty Exchange Sustainable Energy Program in Beijing. She is a member of the National Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. A Rhodes Scholar Academies Committee on US-China Cooperation on Electricity from and a Smith-Rippon Senior Scholar, Manyika holds PhD, MSc, and MA Renewables, and serves on the advisory boards of the Asia Society Center degrees from Oxford in electrical engineering, mathematics, and computer on US-China Relations and the American Council on Renewable Energy’s science, and as an Anglo-American Scholar, graduated with a first-class BSc US-China Program. Lewis holds a masters and PhD from the University of in electrical engineering from the University of Zimbabwe. California, Berkeley, and a BS from Duke University.18 | Speaker Biographies WorldAffairs 2010 Program | 19
  11. 11. Nancy McFadden Lissa Morgenthaler-Jones Senior Vice President, PG&E Corporation CEO & Co-Founder, LiveFuels Nancy McFadden is responsible for managing the company’s federal, Lissa Morgenthaler-Jones leads strategic planning and corporate state and local government relations, and philanthropic and community development for LiveFuels. Begun in 2006, the company started as a initiatives, while helping guide its efforts to be a national environmental mini-Manhattan Project to replace petroleum with algae-based biofuels. leader. Before joining PG&E, she spent nearly two decades as a key legal, Bringing deep experience in venture business, she has specialized in policy and political strategist in Washington, DC, and Sacramento, most biotechnology investing since 1990 and been a venture capital limited recently as Senior Advisor and Deputy Chief of Staff to Governor Gray partner since 1981. Morgenthaler-Jones holds a bachelor’s degree in Davis. She also served in the Clinton Administration as Deputy Chief economics from Princeton University. of Staff to Vice President Al Gore and General Counsel for the US Department of Transportation. McFadden has a JD from the University Evgeny Morozov of Virginia and a BA from San Jose State University. Contributing Editor, Foreign Policy Evgeny Morozov, a leading thinker and commentator on the political Omid Memarian implications of the Internet, runs Foreign Policy magazine’s influential blog, Rotary Peace Fellow, University of California, Berkeley Net Effect, about the Internet’s impact on global politics. He is currently a Omid Memarian is well known for his news analysis, regular columns and Yahoo! Fellow at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. He blogs in English and Persian. He works as a freelance writer for the IPS was also a fellow at the Open Society Institute, and prior to that Director News Agency, Rooz Online and regularly blogs for The Huffington Post. He of New Media at Transitions Online, a media development NGO active in has written op-eds in The New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, Los 29 countries of the former Soviet bloc. Morozov is currently working on a Angeles Times, Opendemocracy.org and Contra Costa Times. He received book on the internet and democracy to be published in Fall 2010. Human Rights Watch’s highest honor, the Human Rights Defender Award. He was a visiting scholar at the University of California, Berkeley Graduate Craig Newmark School of Journalism from 2005-2006 and was awarded the Golden Pen Founder, Craigslist Award at the National Press Festival in Iran in 2002. Memarian received his Craig Newmark’s organization, Craigslist.org, is a site where people can bachelor’s degree in metallurgy engineering from Azad University in Iran. help each other with everyday needs including housing and jobs. He also works with a wide range of groups using the Internet to help one Charles Moore another, such as DonorsChoose.org, the Iraq & Afghanistan Veterans of Founder, Algalita Marine Research Foundation America, Kiva.org, LendforPeace.org and Consumer Reports. He is also In 1995 Captain Charles Moore launched his aluminum hulled research actively engaged with government workers on multiple levels to use the vessel, Alguita, in Hobart, Tasmania, and since then he has logged over Internet for superior public service, and with the Sunlight Foundation 100,000 miles of research voyages aboard. His 1999 study shocked for government accountability and transparency. He’s not as funny as he the scientific world when it found 6 times more plastic fragments by thinks he is but sometimes can’t help himself. weight in the surface waters of the central Pacific than the associated zooplankton, and that plastic outweighs zooplankton by a factor of 2.5 in the surface waters of Southern California. Recognized as a world- renowned investigator in this field, Moore’s work has been featured on “Good Morning America,” “Nightline,” “The Colbert Report,” and the National Geographic special “Strange Days on Planet Earth.”20 | Speaker Biographies WorldAffairs 2010 Program | 21
  12. 12. Daniel Nocera Carl Pope Henry Dreyfus Professor of Energy, Massachusetts Executive Director, Sierra Club Institute of Technology Carl Pope was appointed Executive Director of the Sierra Club in Daniel Nocera is also Director of the Solar Revolutions Project and 1992. He has been with the Club for nearly thirty years and has Director of the Eni Solar Frontiers Center at the Massachusetts Institute served as Associate Conservation Director, Political Director and of Technology. His group pioneered studies of the basic mechanisms of Conservation Director. The Sierra Club has helped protect millions of energy conversion in biology and chemistry. He has been awarded the acres of wilderness, including Utah’s Grand Staircase-Escalante National Eni Prize, IAPS Award, Burghausen Prize, Harrison Howe Award, ACS Monument and California’s Giant Sequoias National Monument. He has Inorganic Chemistry Award and the UN IREO Science and Technology served on the Boards of the California League of Conservation Voters, Award. In 2008, he founded Sun Catalytix, a company committed to Public Voice, National Clean Air Coalition, California Common Cause, bringing personalized energy to the non-legacy world. Nocera was and Zero Population Growth. He currently serves on the Boards of named one of Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World. America Votes, American Rights at Work, and America’s Families United, organizations seeking to build bridges to unions, civil rights groups and Keith Payne women’s organizations. President & Co-Founder, National Institute for Public Policy Kenneth Rogoff Keith Payne is also the head of the Graduate Department of Defense Professor, Economics, Harvard University and Strategic Studies at Missouri State University. He previously was Kenneth Rogoff has served as Chief Economist and Director of Research on the faculty of the graduate National Security Studies Program at at the International Monetary Fund. He is also a former Director of the Georgetown University, and has served in the Department of Defense as Center for International Development at Harvard University. He is on the the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Forces Policy. He sits on Economic Advisory Panel of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the Congressional Commission on the Strategic Posture of the United the Central Bank of Sweden. He is an elected member of the American States. In addition, Payne is the Editor-in-Chief of Comparative Strategy: An Academy of Arts and Sciences, as well as a member of the Council on International Journal, Chairman of the Strategic Command’s Senior Advisory Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission and the Group of Thirty. Group Policy Panel and Co-Chair of the US Nuclear Strategy Forum. He is also a fellow of the Econometric Society and the World Economic Forum. Rogoff holds the life title of international grandmaster of chess. Barmak Pazhwak Program Officer, Afghanistan, US Institute for Peace Scott Sagan Barmak Pazhwak came to USIP from the UN Development Program Co-Director, Center for International Security & where he was the Senior International Adviser to the Minister of Rural Cooperation, Stanford University Rehabilitation and Development in Afghanistan. He was Director of Scott Sagan is also Caroline S.G. Munro Professor of Political Science and a Program Development with Southwestern University and Global Senior Fellow at Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies. Before College. He has 18 years experience in the design of humanitarian relief joining the Stanford faculty, Sagan was a lecturer in the Department of and socio-economic development programs with NGOs, government Government at Harvard University and served as a special assistant to the and the UN in Afghanistan, Central and South Asia, and Africa’s Great Director of the Organization of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in the Pentagon. He Lakes region. Pazhwak holds an MA in rural social development from has also served as a consultant to the Office of the Secretary of Defense the University of Reading and a BS in economy and management of and at the Sandia National Laboratory and the Los Alamos National agriculture from the University of Kabul. Laboratory. Sagan’s most recent publications include “The Case for No First Use” and “Good Faith and Nuclear Disarmament Negotiations” in George Perkovich and James A. Acton (eds.) Abolishing Nuclear Weapons: A Debate.22 | Speaker Biographies WorldAffairs 2010 Program | 23
  13. 13. Orville Schell Susan Shirk Director, Center on US-China Relations, Asia Society Ho Miu Lam Professor of China and Pacific Relations, Orville Schell was previously Dean of the Graduate School of Journalism School of International Relations and Pacific Studies, at the University of California, Berkeley. He has also served as a University of California, San Diego television commentator for several network news programs. He is a Susan Shirk, having first traveled to China in 1971, has been doing research contributor to such magazines as The New Yorker, The Atlantic, The New there ever since. She is also Director of the UC Institute on Global Conflict York Times Magazine, The Nation, The China Quarterly and The New York and Cooperation. She has served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State in Review of Books. Schell serves on the boards of Human Rights Watch, the Bureau of East Asia and Pacific Affairs. Shirk also founded and continues the Sundance Documentary Fund jury, and the Social Science Research to lead the Northeast Asia Cooperation Dialogue, an unofficial “track-two” Council and holds degrees from Harvard University and the University forum for discussions of security issues among defense and foreign ministry of California, Berkeley. officials and academics from the US, Japan, China, Russia and the Koreas. Mitul Shah Philip Taubman Senior Director, Technology Partnerships, United Nations Consulting Professor, Center for International Security Foundation & Cooperation, Stanford University Mitul Shah directs a partnership between the Vodafone Group Foundation Philip Taubman is working on a book project about nuclear threats at and the UN Foundation, leveraging Vodafone’s core strengths–its mobile CISAC. He is also working on some special projects on university affairs technology, global infrastructure and capacity for mass consumer outreach– as an Associate Vice President. He worked at The New York Times as a with the UN’s scale, mission, and human capital. Previous positions include: reporter and editor for 30 years, specializing in national security issues. Director of Programs at the International Youth Foundation, Director At The New York Times, he served as a Washington correspondent, of a USAID funded program in the Philippines called the Education and Moscow Bureau Chief, Deputy Editorial Page Editor and Washington Livelihood Skills Alliance, and Senior Consultant at Inforte Corporation. Bureau Chief. Before joining The New York Times, Taubman worked as a Shah holds an MBA from the University of Maryland and a BS in business correspondent for Time magazine and Sports Editor of Esquire. administration from the University of California, Riverside. Roger Thurow Ambassador David Shinn Senior Fellow, Global Agriculture & Food Policy, Chicago Adjunct Professor, Elliott School of International Affairs, Council on Global Affairs The George Washington University Roger Thurow joined the Chicago Council on Global Affairs in January Ambassador David Shinn served for 37 years in the US Foreign Service 2010 after three decades at The Wall Street Journal. He is the Editor and at embassies in Lebanon, Kenya, Tanzania, Mauritania, Cameroon and Principal Contributor to the Council’s Global Food for Thought blog, part Sudan, and as ambassador to Burkina Faso and Ethiopia. He has been of the Global Agricultural Development Initiative. For 20 years, he served teaching African affairs since 2001 at The George Washington University.  as a foreign correspondent, based in Europe and Africa. His reporting, He has published numerous book chapters and journal articles on the with Scott Kilman, on humanitarian and development issues was honored Horn of Africa and China-Africa relations. He serves as an adviser or on by the United Nations. Thurow and Kilman are authors of the recent the board of a half dozen non-profit organizations. Shinn has a PhD from book ENOUGH: Why the World’s Poorest Starve in an Age of Plenty. In 2009, The George Washington University. they were awarded Action Against Hunger’s Humanitarian Award.24 | Speaker Biographies WorldAffairs 2010 Program | 25
  14. 14. Take Action M. Ann Tutwiler Senior Advisor, International Programs, Office of the Under Secretary for Research, Education & Extension, US Department of Agriculture Ann Tutwiler has previously held various positions including: Advisor on International Trade for the Africa Bureau’s Sustainable Development group at USAID; and Managing Director of Agricultural Markets for the Global Development Program for the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. She also served as President and Chief Executive Officer of the International Food & Agriculture Trade Policy Council. Tutwiler received a degree in political science from Davidson College and a masters in public policy from the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, and certificates in agribusiness management from Purdue University and INSEAD. Joshua Viertel President, Slow Food USA Josh Viertel is the President of Slow Food USA, a national non-profit organization that focuses on creating a world in which all people can eat food that is good for them, people who grow it and for the planet. He previously worked for Yale University where he created the Yale Sustainable Food Project, which revamped the university’s food service to Organizations with actionable approaches to social change. offer students a menu based on sustainable, local foods. He also created curriculum and programs for Yale students that brought them in regular A highlight of WorldAffairs 2010 is the Take Action Event where a powerful contact with the people and story behind their food. Prior to Yale, he group of innovative organizations will join us to share actionable approaches to started Mamabrook Farm, a small organic vegetable farm that provided social change. These organizations represent the best and brightest and we are food to local restaurants and farmers’ markets. His passion is to create a proud to welcome them to WorldAffairs 2010. social movement around food and farming that rebuilds local communities, mitigates social inequities, reduces environmental degradation and provides TAKE ACTION PARTNERS* greater access to good, clean and fair food. Algalita Opportunity Fund Amnesty International USA Room to Read The Bread Project Sierra Club John Wood DonorsChoose.org The Stride Center Founder & Executive Chairman, Room to Read Genocide Prevention Network Taproot Foundation John Wood left an executive career track at Microsoft Corporation to Give2Asia WAGES form Room to Read, a nonprofit organization that “combines the heart of Mother Theresa with the scalability of Starbucks” to help empower children across the developing world to break the cycle of poverty through the power of education. Room to Read developed from a singular idea and a donkey-load of donated books into a global education *List as of February 19, 2010 movement. So far, Room to Read has built over 7,000 libraries and 765 schools impacting more than 3.1 million children in 9 countries.26 | Speaker Biographies WorldAffairs 2010 Program | 27
  15. 15. 2010 World Affairs Council of Northern California Scholarship Recipients Schools Program STUDENTS Lindsay Black, Palo Alto High School Jansen Luu, Skyline High School Beau Broughton, San Lorenzo Valley High Soraya Okuda, San Francisco State University Cathryn Dalton, Mills High School Maxine Orr, San Lorenzo Valley High Brandon Ernst, Dominican University Damian Ortellado, De La Salle High School Martin Guo, Mills High School Andrew Paolini, San Lorenzo Valley High Jessie Hernandez, UC Berkeley Adam Proveaux, UC Davis Karen Hernandez, UC Berkeley Soukeyna Seck, Skyline High School Gwendoline Hornig, Skyline High School Jasmine Segall, UC Berkeley Peter Horton, San Lorenzo Valley High Jefferson Seidl, Skyline High School Lara Isaacson, San Lorenzo Valley High Rameen Shafiee, Skyline High School Katherine Joh, Mills High School Stephanie Sharabianlou, Bentley School Teo Lamiot, York School Shelby Stofle, UC Berkeley Julia Langewis, Skyline High School Torunn Sweers, San Lorenzo Valley High Toby Lee, Palo Alto High School Jonathan Trinh, Skyline High School Natalia Li, Foothill College Mikias Wondyfraw, International Studies Students and mentors at 2009 conference. George Heng Hua Liang, UC Berkeley Academy Allison Light, Miramonte High School Inspiring our youth to be the global citizens and international leaders of tomorrow is critical to our mission. For the past 39 years, our Schools Program has engaged the younger generation in the most critical global issues by providing opportuni- ties to meet with international experts, participate in in-depth institutes, attend our EDUCATORS WorldAffairs conference and to study abroad through our scholarship program. Lara McLaughlin, Foothill College The Schools Program focuses on building global awareness and promoting critical thinking, communication, leadership and civic engagement. Evonne Morici, Skyline High School Julia Salido, San Lorenzo Valley High School In 2007, we founded the Youth Outreach Initiative, a program that extends this Thomas Silverman, buildOn powerful program to urban high schools and students in economically disadvan- Elizabeth Ul, AACE Upward Bound taged neighborhoods in the Bay Area. Since launching this project, we have served over 900 students in San Francisco and Oakland schools. The program is flourishing from one year to the next, and this year we will continue to expand our reach into more high schools around the Bay Area. Fifty students and teachers have received scholarships to attend WorldAffairs 2010. They are part of a long tradition of student and educator participation. Many have gone on to careers with an international focus.28 | Schools Program WorldAffairs 2010 Program | 29
  16. 16. 2010 World Affairs Council In Memorium of Northern California Endowed Scholarships Each student and educator is uniquely matched with the scholarship they Joanna R. Ballou passed away on January 22, 2010. Mrs. Ballou had receive based on their interest and commitment to foreign affairs. served as trustee of the World Affairs Council of Northern California and was a dedicated community and civic leader in San Francisco. GEORGE & JOANNA BALLOU MEMORIAL AWARD Hilary McDaniel, Palo Alto High School Mrs. Ballou served multiple terms on the Council’s Board between 1972-2008. She and her late husband, former World Affairs Council RICHARD CASTILE AWARD Chairman George Ballou, were involved with the Council since the late Kaela Connors, Sonoma Valley High School 1950s. As a trustee, Mrs. Ballou served on the Development Committee where she tirelessly raised funds and hosted events for the Council, EDITH COLIVER MEMORIAL AWARD and on the Nominations & Elections Committee, where she recruited Caitlin Powell, San Lorenzo Valley High School talented leaders to the Council’s Board. She created a volunteer special events committee which for years implemented most of the Council’s CARLTON DUDLEY MEMORIAL AWARD social activities, such as the Consular Corps and annual conference Arushi Saxena, Mira Loma High School receptions. Mrs. Ballou loved to attend the Council’s annual conference, often with her daughter Ruthie Conway, and was a great supporter of PHILIP HABIB MEMORIAL AWARD the conference’s scholarship program for students and teachers. The Katelyn Williams, Carondelet High School endowed scholarship in George Ballou’s honor has brought more than 30 students and teachers to the conference. She and Mr. Ballou were CAROL MARQUIS MEMORIAL AWARD honored at the Council’s 45th Anniversary Gala in 1992. Cynthia Martinez, San Lorenzo Valley High School In 1986, Mrs. Ballou was described in the Nob Hill Gazette as “one of JEFFERSON PEYSER MEMORIAL AWARD San Francisco’s busiest private citizen diplomats.” Jane Wales, President Megan Healy, Montgomery High School and CEO of the World Affairs Council, recently noted that “Joanna helped lead the Council throughout her service as a trustee, expanding GERALDINE H. READ MEMORIAL AWARD and deepening the community it served. She brought humor, wit and joy Gier Hernandez, Phillip & Sala Burton Academic High School to all she did.” We are grateful to the following individuals for their contributions in memory of Joanna to the George and Joanna Ballou Memorial Scholarship Fund through February 18, 2010:  WORLD AFFAIRS COUNCIL CHAPTER SCHOLARSHIPS Louis de K. Belden Bruce & Inta Hasenkamp MARIN CHAPTER J. Dennis Bonney Charles & Barbara Kridler William Swain, San Rafael High School Roy E. Brakeman, Jr. Leslie Luttgens Caroline K. Brownstone Harriet M. Quarré PENINSULA CHAPTER Joan Danforth Denise Shields Michael Farzi, Menlo-Atherton High School Meg Franklin30 | Schools Program WorldAffairs 2010 Program | 31
  17. 17. Committee for the Future Our Community A LASTING LEGACY Ensuring the Future of the World Affairs Council of Northern California For more than six decades the World Affairs Council has been the preeminent organization in Northern California dedicated to informing, engaging and connecting a community of global citizens with the most critical global issues of our day. Today more than ever, the landscape of pressing political, economic and social challenges we face at home and abroad demands international understanding and cooperation. The work we do at the Council changes lives. It is through the renewed and lasting commitment in the form of bequests, charitable gift annuities and other life-income gifts that the future success and vitality of the Council is ensured. Committee for the Future World Affairs Council of Northern California 415.293.4665 PlannedGiving@wacsf.org ItsYourWorld.org/PlannedGiving Community forms the heart of everything we do at the Council. It is in community that we learn, connecting diverse sectors of society for a broader understanding of the global challenges facing each nation, organization and individual. And it is through an engaged community that local solutions to global problems can be brought to life. “One thing we know for certain is that the world will continue to To this end, we are deeply grateful to our community, a community that become interdependent. The World Affairs Council of Northern continues to grow and thrive with each passing year. We thank our members, California will be more important to our citizens as a source of our trustees and our corporate members. We thank our sponsors. And we knowledge and understanding of global events and relationships. thank our community. Without the support of each of you, this event would Today, WorldAffairs 2010 is providing you with some of that not be possible. knowledge. The Council must be preserved for future generations so that they have access to it tomorrow.” - George B. James, II Chairman, Board of Trustees (2004-2009)32 | Our Community WorldAffairs 2010 Program | 33
  18. 18. Leadership Sponsors Environment Sponsor Social Media Sponsor Sponsor Media Sponsor Community Sponsors34 | Our Community WorldAffairs 2010 Program | 35
  19. 19. World Affairs Council Hotel Map World Affairs Council Morris Hirsch George M. Scalise BOARD OF TRUSTEES George B. James, II* Charlotte Mailliard Shultz Peter J. Robertson, Chairman* Nancy A. Jarvis Maria Starr* Jane Wales, President & CEO* Amal Johnson Brewer Stone Grand Ballroom Sara Abbasi* Jan H. Kalicki* Jackson Stromberg Ravi Anand Linda Kendall Max Thelen, Jr. Louis deK. Belden Anne E. Kenner* Terry Vogt Charlyn Belluzzo David C. Kenny* John S. Wadsworth, Jr. Douglas Bereuter Kerry King* David Weber W. Richard Bingham* Amanda Hayne Kirkwood Mason Willrich Maureen Blanc* Steve Krausz John D. Wilson J. Dennis Bonney Ralph A. Kuiper Kimberly Wright-Violich Ronald E. Bornstein Anne LaFollette Katie Zoglin Italian Harold W. Brooks Gregory Maged Colonial Room James Manyika World Affairs Council Room Richard M. Chong Richard Chow Clark W. Maser ADVISORY COMMITTEE A.W. Clausen Harvey Masonek William J. Perry, Co-Chair Maggie Marlette Cox Jill Matichak George P. Shultz, Co-Chair Simone Coxe Paul Matteucci Michael H. Armacost Powell Street Francis S. Currie Linda R. Meier Willie L. Brown, Jr. Lobby Judith A. Miller Gerhard Casper Georgian Timothy D. Dattels Room David deWilde Lori Mirek John Chambers James A. Donahue Ruediger Naumann-Etienne Bruce Chizen Peter Donat R. Douglas Norby James C. Gaither Elliott Donnelley II Linda O’Bryon Richard N. Goldman William H. Draper, III Betty Overhoff F. Warren Hellman Elizabethan Rooms A & B located on the 2nd Floor above the Mezzanine Elizabeth Farnsworth Larry Pippin Chong-Moon Lee Charles L. Frankel Joan Platt George Lucas William P. Fuller* Sharon Lee Polledri Michael McCurry William G. Gaede Kevin M. Pursglove Kanwal Rekhi Richard J. Guggenhime Harriet Meyer Quarré* Arun Sarin Amb. Kathryn W. Hall Frank Rettenberg Orville Schell Phil Halperin Elizabeth Rindskopf-Parker Charles Schwab Kevin T. Haroff Nayla Rizk Roselyne C. Swig Joseph Harper Rosemary Roach Martha S. Hertelendy* Filip Sain *Indicates member of the Executive Committee36 | World Affairs Council WorldAffairs 2010 Program | 37

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