Why we need bipartisan stakeholder politics
Political leaders must make decisions based on the input of a diverse and broad group of constituents – and especially – those with whom they disagree.
BA in Speech Communication, Macalester College; MA in International Relations, Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). Since 1987 with the World Economic Forum, holding a number of roles across the organization, both in Geneva and New York. Currently in charge of developing and implementing the Forum’s engagement strategy with North American stakeholders, with special emphasis on political entities in the United States and Canada, involving frequent contact with all Forum constituents in the region. Has served as a political analyst (often in French) for several European media networks, and is on the advisory boards of Swissnex and the Open Learning Exchange, both in Cambridge, Massachusetts.