Board of Directors
Krishna Srinivasan
Caroline Boudreaux
Leslie Beasley
Chief Executive Officer
Rajeev Kathuria
Daniel Marsili
John Messer
Barry Twomey

Trisa Thompson

Board of Directors: India
Ranjeet Dugar
Chandra Iyengar
Shalini Puchalapalli
Subhash Mittal
Indy Sarker
Global Advisory Council

Prince Jaime de Bourbon de Parme

Prince Jaime de Bourbon de Parme is the Netherlands’ Ambassador to the Holy See. Previously, Jaime was the Special Envoy on Natural Resources at the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs and responsible for peacekeeping operations in Africa.

Jaime worked in the field as Political Advisor to the Dutch Commander of the NATO Peacekeeping Mission in Northern Afghanistan. As a diplomat, he helped to set up the Netherlands Embassy in Baghdad. In addition, Jaime worked as an analyst for ABN AMRO Bank in Latin America. He also volunteered to work for the International Red Cross in the aftermath of Hurricane Mitch in Honduras.

Jaime holds an MA with distinction from Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies and a BA with honors from Brown University.

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Jessica Jackley

Jessica is an entrepreneur and investor. Her work over the last decade has focused on financial inclusion, the sharing economy and social justice.

Jessica is best known as a Co-Founder of, the world’s first p2p microlending website. Kiva lets Internet users lend as little as $25 to individual entrepreneurs, providing them affordable capital to start or expand their small businesses. Since its founding in October 2005, Kiva has facilitated over $700 million in loans among individuals in 216 countries.

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Vannarith Chheang
Cambodia Country Chair

Vannarith Chheang is Co-Founder and Chairman at the Cambodian Institute for Strategic Studies, a Southeast Asia Consultant at the Nippon Foundation, and an adjunct Senior Fellow at the Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace, where he previously served as Executive Director from 2009 to 2013.

He has been awarded numerous fellowships, including the Young Global Leadership Program of the World Economic Forum (2013), T-wai’s Global Emerging Voices (2013), and the Nippon Foundation Fellowships for Asian Public Intellectuals (2013-14). His research interests include governance and development in Southeast Asia, international politics of the Asia-Pacific, social innovation and people-centered regionalism, ASEAN, Cambodia’s domestic politics, and foreign policy.

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Soulaima Gourani

Soulaima is a 2012 Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum and a global thinker. Everything she does serves a common purpose: to create more innovators, critical thinkers and problem solvers – and more peace in the world.

Soulaima is a motivational speaker and philanthropist. She is an advisor to major companies—including Microsoft, DELL, Cisco, Ernst & Young, Deloitte, LEGO and Samsung, just to name a few.

Soulaima holds an E-M.B.A. from Copenhagen Business School and has attended Executive Leadership courses at Harvard Kennedy School, Stanford University, Berkeley University, and Yale University. In 2014, Soulaima was named one among “40 under 40” European Young Leaders.

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Michelle Milford Morse

Michelle Milford Morse is Vice President for Girls and Women Strategy at the UN Foundation. She leads the UN Foundation’s efforts to promote gender equality and the rights and agency of all girls and women, working in collaboration with the United Nations and its partners.

Michelle has worked on global health and development issues with a range of UN, private sector, and civil society partners, including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, LIVESTRONG, UNICEF USA, Sesame Workshop, the UBS Optimus Foundation, Johnson & Johnson, mothers2mothers, amFAR, ICRW, and The University of Texas. Michelle also served as the press secretary and communications director for U.S. Congressman Lloyd Doggett.

Michelle was previously the Director of Public Affairs and Communication for LIVESTRONG, where she promoted awareness of the cancer survivorship issue and helped launch with Nike, Inc. the WEARYELLOW LIVESTRONG wristband campaign.

Michelle earned a Master of International Affairs and a Master of Public Health at Columbia University, and pursued her graduate research at the Rakai Health Sciences Program in Kalisizo, Uganda. She is also a proud graduate of The University of Texas at Austin. Michelle lives in Austin, Texas, and is the past chair of the board of the Ann Richards School Foundation.

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Jim Sauer

Retired Technology Executive turned Philanthropist – Jim recently began working with The Miracle Foundation as a Strategic Advisor for Development. Jim will work with the Development team in marketing, communications, events, and all fund-raising strategies.

Jim has been involved with several Austin charities for over 20 years. In 2013 Jim was recognized at the Annual Austin Philanthropic banquet as the “volunteer Fundraiser” of the year.

Jim’s business career was as a Sales and Business Executive leading large organizations, for the likes of Dell and Compaq. Jim also did a very successful startup company in Austin that was sold in 2012.

Jim also enjoys being with his family and hanging out with his 2 grandchildren, traveling the globe and competing in masters swimming competitions all across the US.

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Shamina Singh

Shamina Singh is a solution-driven executive who has spent her career building partnerships that positively impact people and the planet. Shamina currently works as Executive Vice President, Sustainability for Mastercard, where she leads the creation and execution of the sustainability strategy.

In addition, Shamina serves as Board Chair for the Corporation for National and Community Service, a federal agency that helps more than 5 million Americans improve the lives of their fellow citizens through service.

Shamina is a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum, and has attended courses at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, Yale University’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, and the India School of Business. She holds a Master’s in Public Affairs from the LBJ School at the University of Texas at Austin and a Bachelor’s in Political Science from Old Dominion University.

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Valerie Keller

Imagine Co-Founder and CEO, Valerie helps leaders use their power for good. With deep expertise in transformation, she helps global corporations become purpose-led and future-fit — and convenes cross-sector coalitions to accelerate tipping points for humanity’s Global Goals.

Valerie is also an Associate Fellow of the University of Oxford Saïd Business School where she directs executive education programs.

Founder of Veritas and of Beacon Institute, she served as EY Global Markets Executive Director and CEO of US-based social enterprises addressing homelessness, healthcare and housing.

She was selected as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum and serves on the Harvard Kennedy School Women’s Leadership Board.

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Dave Hanley

Dave Hanley is a digital entrepreneur with a passion for social good. Dave currently works as Founder & CEO of Tomorrow, a company that is solving the important issue of economic insecurity in America by making financial and legal products easier to use and more accessible.

In addition, Dave serves as a Board Member for Thirst4Water and Advisory Board Member for Welcoming America.

Dave is a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum and was a Fulbright Scholar. He holds an MBA from Stanford University, and a Master’s and Bachelor’s in Public Policy from Brigham Young University.

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