Peter Lee is a second year MSFS student and Student Representative on the MSFS Council. Before coming to Georgetown, Peter spent 3 years working in marketing and consulting in South Korea and the UAE. Peter is studying Global Politics & Security at MSFS and holds a BA in Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley.
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George Little is Partner of the Brunswick Group, leading the firm’s Corporate Data and Privacy Practice. Prior to joining the Brunswick Group, Dr. Little was Vice President at Booz Allen Hamilton and also served as the Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs and Pentagon Press Secretary.
Deborah A. McCarthy is an international security strategist with over 30 years of experience in leadership, teamwork and negotiations at senior levels in Europe, the Western Hemisphere and the U.S. Until November, 2017, she was the Executive Director of the Diversity and Leadership in International Affairs Project at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).
William Gyude Moore is currently the Minister of Public Works in Liberia. Previously, he was a Special Assistant to the President of Liberia, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. He returned to his native Liberia after graduating with a Master of Science in Foreign Service in 2009.
Scott Morse is an international trade regulation expert who has changed the ways in which governments and corporations reference foreign customs duty and tax information. In 1991, he acquired Eurotariff (GB) Ltd., a loose-leaf publisher in the U.K., and named it Worldtariff.
David Oxenstierna is Senior Partner at Capco (The Capital Markets Company), a leading consultancy exclusively dedicated to the financial services industry with over 3500 consultants globally. Capco is a fully owned subsidiary of FIS, the largest FinTech company in the world.
Peter Raymond is the US Leader of PwC’s Capital Projects and Infrastructure business. He brings more than 20 years experience working around the world with public and private sector entities on the design, delivery and financing of large scale capital and infrastructure projects.
Philippe Sachs is the Global Head of Corporate & Public Affairs at Bridge International Academies. Previously, he served as Global Head of Standard Chartered Bank’s public sector client coverage group, which includes ministries of finance, central banks, sovereign wealth funds, public pension funds, supra-nationals, and other development organizations.
Michael A. Samway is President of The Business and Human Rights Group, a consultancy focusing on business and human rights in the technology sector. He is also an adjunct faculty member at Georgetown University in the Master of Science in Foreign Service Program, a senior lecturer at Duke Law School, and a former visiting scholar at the Center for Business and Human Rights at NYU Stern School of Business where he focused on digital surveillance and online expression issues.