Paul Lambore

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Oscar Stege Unger

Senior Advisor, Wallenberg Foundations, Founder & CEO, Canucci

Oscar Stege Unger is a senior advisor to the Wallenberg Foundations where he previously served as a Director. In his role he focuses on investment management, governance, communication and the network for the Wallenberg Foundations and Family. Oscar is also the founder and CEO of Canucci AB, a company founded in 2020 (co-owned with the Wallenberg Foundations AB) with the goal to combine peer experience, technical expertise and data insights to support organizations and leaders with their transformative work. Oscar also serves on the board of airline SAS and is co-founder of several of the more cross societal engagements that the Wallenberg Family and Foundations are involved in such as Forum för Omställning (Future Work Forum), Digital@Idag and most recently Beredskapslyftet (Skill Shift Initiative), which reskilled the temporarily available human resources during the Covid-19 virus outbreak.
Erik Arnold

Chairman, Adjunct Professor in Research Policy, Technopolis Group, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)

Jan Thesleff

Co-Chair of the MENA-OECD Women’s Economic Empowerment Forum & Ambassador to Egypt, Government of Sweden

Jan Thesleff is a Swedish Diplomat, having served in the Middle East and North Africa for the past thirty years. Most recently as Ambassador to Egypt, the UAE, Tunisia, Libya and Saudi Arabia. In 2021 he was appointed as Commissioner General for Sweden’s participation at Expo 2020 in Dubai. He is since 2020 vice-chair of the OECD-MENA Women’s Economic Empowerment Forum and an active gender champion.//Jan Thesleff est un diplomate suédois ayant exercé au Moyen-Orient et en Afrique du Nord au cours des trente dernières années, et plus récemment en tant qu'ambassadeur en Égypte, aux Émirats arabes unis, en Tunisie, en Libye et en Arabie saoudite. En 2021, il a été nommé commissaire général pour la participation de la Suède à l'Expo 2020 à Dubaï. Il est depuis 2020 vice-président du Forum OCDE-MENA sur l'autonomisation économique des femmes et un défenseur actif de l'égalité des genres.
Reda Sadki

Founder, The Geneva Learning Foundation

Reda Sadki is a chief executive with lifelong experience in forging multi-disciplinary teams to invent and execute new ways to lead change. He is the founder and president of the Geneva Learning Foundation, a Swiss non-profit research-and-development organization and think tank. In the past, Reda has worked for the United Nations, primarily for the World Health Organization, and at the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), the world’s largest humanitarian network, responsible first for the design and production of IFRC’s publications and then for its learning systems.
Michelle McIsaac

Health Economist, World Health Organization

Henry Peter

Professor, University of Geneva

Henry Peter is full Professor of Law at the University of Geneva and Head of the GCP. Before taking that responsibility, he was director of the commercial law department in the Faculty of Law at the University of Geneva between 2006 and 2017. Professor Peter is the author of numerous publications. For many years his teaching and publications focused on corporate governance and social responsibility. In 2014 he launched the "Philanthropy Series" at the University of Geneva. He is a member of several organizations that look at governance and ethical issues, and sits on several boards (public and private companies). Because of his broad expertise, he is often called upon to act as a member of public or association bodies (e.g., Swiss Takeover Board, Sanctions Commission of the SIX Swiss Exchange, disciplinary chamber in charge of doping cases/ Swiss Olympic Association), or as arbitrator in disputes in these areas.
Andrew Holland

Managing Director, Mercator Foundation

Alenka Bonnard

Director, staatslabor

Sylvie Briand

Director, Infectious Hazards Managment Department, World Health Organization

Dr Sylvie Briand is the Director of the Infectious Hazard Management - Pandemic and Epidemic Diseases Department within the WHO Health Emergency Programme at the WHO.
Peter Bakker

President & CEO, World Business Council for Sustainable Development

Pat Smallcombe

Company Group Chair, EMEA, Johnson & Johnson

Matthew Saltmarsh

Senior Communications Officer, UNHCR

Mark Pieth

Founder and Chairman of the Board, Basel Institute on Governance

Jane Griffiths

Global Head, Actelion of Johnson & Johnson

Jan Mischke

Partner, McKinsey Global Institute, McKinsey & Company

Jan Mischke is a partner at the McKinsey Global Institute (MGI), McKinsey’s business and economics research arm. He leads MGI’s work on competitiveness and growth, and on infrastructure, construction, and real estate. Recent research publications include: Will productivity and growth return after the COVID-19 crisis?; The next normal in construction: How disruption is reshaping the world's largest ecosystem; Reviving innovation in Europe; and Solving the productivity puzzle: The role of demand and the promise of digitization.

Prior to joining MGI, Jan worked as a consultant with McKinsey for 10 years serving clients across Europe in industries including automotive, financial services, high tech, logistics, media, and telecommunications.

Jan holds a PhD from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, ETH Zurich and an MSc from RWTH Aachen University. He lives in Zurich.

Dr Seth Berkley

Chief Executive Officer, Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance

Since 2011, I have been proudly serving Gavi as its CEO. During this time my focus has been to use my experience, as an epidemiologist and expert in vaccine development, to lead Gavi in its mission to improve access to new and underused vaccines and improve coverage and equity in poor countries. Under my leadership, in 2015 Gavi successfully raised US$ 7.5 billion in commitments during its last replenishment and has helped to reduce vaccine prices and assure a healthy vaccine market. This supported Gavi’s largest expansion, immunising an additional 300 million of the world’s poorest children and preventing 5-6 million deaths. By continuing to increase immunisation coverage, we will not only save more lives, but will also help lift millions of lives out of poverty. We will also build out the health system to deliver vaccines to the underserved, extending the base of the pyramid for primary healthcare. We continue to seek innovative ways to improve vaccination and by helping countries to improve outbreak response we are also reducing the threats to global health security. All this will prepare Gavi for what is likely to be its most challenging strategic period, post-2020, while providing solid foundations for the global health community as it takes on the most ambitious new global agenda with the Sustainable Development Goals. As a global health leader, my mandate is very clear: to ensure that no one is left behind, by creating a world where life-saving vaccines are available to everyone who needs them, regardless of their ability to pay.
Christy Hoffman

General Secretary, UNI Global Union

Christy Hoffman is the General Secretary of UNI Global Union, the global union federation for the services industries representing more than 20 million workers in 150 countries. An influential advocate for corporate accountability and the human rights of workers, she has extensive expertise in international standards and tools governing this area. Her work at UNI followed more than 25 years of experience as a US based trade unionist, beginning as a shop steward in a jet engine factory and later as legal counsel to leading US unions, spanning sectors including coal miners, delivery drivers, security guards and health care professionals.
Dr. Christina J. Colclough

Expert Future of Work and Politics of Technology, Nn

Martin Boehm

Dean, IE Business School

Manuel Muñiz

Dean, IE School of Global and Public Affairs