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This is a list of notable members of the Forum of Young Global Leaders by their year of induction. Each member is asked to join the forum for a five-year period. Members the first year were identified with one of six categories: business, political, intellectual, arts and culture, societal, and opinion.
The Young Global Leaders, or Forum of Young Global Leaders, is an independent non-profit organization managed from Geneva, Switzerland, under the supervision of the Swiss government.
Kamissa Camara is a Malian political analyst and politician who has served as the country's Minister of Foreign Affairs since September 2018.
Kirsty Leigh Coventry is the current Minister of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation in the Cabinet of Zimbabwe as of September 2018. She is a former swimmer and world record holder, and the most decorated Olympian from Africa. She is a member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and in early 2018, was elected the Chairperson of the IOC Athletes' Commission, the body that represents all Olympic athletes worldwide.
Wanuri Kahiu is a Kenyan film director, producer, and author. She has received several awards and nominations for the films which she directed, including the awards for Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Picture at the Africa Movie Academy Awards in 2009 for her dramatic feature film From a Whisper. She is also the co-founder of AFROBUBBLEGUM, a media collective dedicated to supporting African art.
Syed Saddiq bin Syed Abdul Rahman is a Malaysian politician and activist. He is the current Minister of Youth and Sports, the Member of Parliament (MP) of Muar and the Youth Chief of the Malaysian United Indigenous Party or Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (BERSATU), a component of Pakatan Harapan (PH) coalition.
The Malaysian Ministry of Youth and Sports, abbreviated KBS, is a ministry of the Government of Malaysia that is responsible for youth, sports, recreation, leisure activities, stadiums, youth development, and youth organisations in the country.
Geoffrey See is an entrepreneur, founder and Chairman of non-profit group Choson Exchange, which supports change in North Korea through exposure to knowledge and information in business, entrepreneurship and law. The organization has trained more than 2000 North Koreans.
Clare Ellen O'Neil is an Australian politician, from Victoria. In 2013 she was elected to the Australian House of Representatives as the Australian Labor Party member for Hotham in Melbourne's south-east. Before entering Parliament, O'Neil worked at McKinsey & Company as a management consultant; and at 23 became Mayor of the City of Greater Dandenong, making her the youngest female mayor in Australian history.
Anton Andreyevich Alikhanov, is a Russian politician, candidate of economic sciences, and a lawyer. He has served as the governor of Kaliningrad Oblast since 29 September 2017.
Mamuka Bakhtadze is a Georgian politician who served as the country's Prime Minister from 20 June 2018 until 2 September 2019. Bakhtadze announced his official statement about resignation via Facebook post. He had previously served as Minister of Finance (2017–2018) and, prior to that, executive director of the Georgian Railway company (2013–2017).
Yalda Hakim is an Australian broadcast journalist, news presenter, and documentary maker.
Annika Virpi Irene Saarikko is a Finnish politician and minister. She is the vice chairman of the Finnish Centre Party (Keskusta).
All posts held, unless otherwise stated, as of early 2005
The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), founded in 1921, is a United States nonprofit think tank specializing in U.S. foreign policy and international affairs. It is headquartered in New York City, with an additional office in Washington, D.C. Its membership, which numbers 4,900, has included senior politicians, more than a dozen secretaries of state, CIA directors, bankers, lawyers, professors and senior media figures. It is known for its neoconservative and neoliberal leanings.
Gordon M. "Gord" Nixon, was the President, CEO and Director of Royal Bank of Canada, from 2001 to 2014.
St. Columba's School, Delhi, India, established in 1941, is one of the 12,000 English medium schools of its kind established by the Indian Province of the Congregation of Christian Brothers, which was founded by Edmund Ignatius Rice. It follows the CBSE system of education. The school's campus is located in the heart of Delhi and extends over a couple of acres. St. Columba's School alumni include three Rhodes Scholars, a Pulitzer Prize winner, and a Forbes 30 Under 30 awardee. Students are referred to as Columbans. The school admits only boys.
The Sloan Fellows program is the world's first mid-career master's degree in general management and leadership. It was initially supported by a grant from Alfred P. Sloan, the late CEO of General Motors, to his alma mater, MIT. The program was established in 1930 at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Later, it was expanded to the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and London Business School. Considered to be one of the most prestigious management training programs in the world, it targets experienced leaders who have demonstrated success either within organizations, or independently as entrepreneurs. Notable alumni include Kofi Annan, former United Nations Secretary-General and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Lord John Browne of Madingley, former chairman and CEO of BP and member of the British House of Lords, and Carly Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett-Packard.
The STAR Management Week is the highlight of the year at RSM Erasmus University, as it is one of the largest student events in Benelux. This weeklong event is considered the annual pinnacle of STAR. Each autumn, over 100 multinationals, 6,000 students, and several guest speakers from around the globe participate in the STAR Management Week. The STAR Management Week was first organized in 1987, named Sviib Week. In 1996, the name changed to Sviib Management Week, changing to STAR Management Week in 2005.
The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, or the Graduate Institute (in French: Institut de hautes études internationales et du développement, abbreviated IHEID is a government-accredited postgraduate institution of higher education located in Geneva, Switzerland.
The Ambrosetti Forum organized by The European House – Ambrosetti, a consulting firm – is an annual international economic conference held at Villa d'Este, in the Italian town of Cernobbio on the shores of Lake Como. Since its inception in 1975, the Forum has brought together heads of state, ministers, Nobel laureates and businesspeople to discuss current challenges to the world's economies and societies.
The Beedie School of Business ("Beedie") is the business school of Simon Fraser University with multiple campuses across the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Canada. Simon Fraser University was founded in 1965 and by 1982, the business discipline had grown to sufficient size to become its own distinct faculty, and the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree was established..
One Globe Forum is an annual thought leadership forum, which focuses on exploring the intersection of technology, education, science, innovation, entrepreneurship, urbanization, smart cities, skills development, security, health, and regional collaboration, and their role in enabling economic growth to build a 21st-century knowledge economy.
The Bilderberg Conference 2012 took place at May 30 - June 3, 2012 and were held in Westfields Marriott Hotel, Chantilly, Virginia, United States, previous conferences were already held here in 2002 and 2008, Haifa in Israel was speculated as a possible venue earlier.
The Bilderberg Conference 2011 took place at June 9–12, 2011, and were held in Sankt Moritz, Switzerland at the Suvretta House.