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Albert II, Prince of Monaco
(crédit photo : Gaetan Luci / Palais princier)


Head of State – Principality of Monaco

Born in 1958 in Monaco, H.S.H. Prince Albert II is the Sovereign Prince of the Principality of
Monaco, one of the smallest but most prosperous countries in the world. He is the son of
Prince Rainier III and American actress Grace Kelly.

He graduated in 1981 from Amherst College MA. He accomplished a military training
period within the French Navy in 1982 on board the Helicopter Carrier “Jeanne d’Arc”.
Prince Albert II succeeded His father in July of 2005.

In 2006, he launched His foundation “Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation” dedicated to
fight climate change, preserve water and defend biodiversity. Earlier that year He traveled
by dog sled to the North Pole raising public awareness on the danger of climate change
and global warming.

In 2009, He spent three weeks in Antarctica visiting scientific stations.
As Head of State and President of His Foundation, Prince Albert II has been honored by
numerous prizes from organizations around the world for His contribution and actions in
favor of the protection of our environment.

Following the policy engaged by His father, Prince Rainier III, Prince Albert II is committed
to ethics and transparency regarding the economic development in Monaco, His country
complying with all the international standards.

He is also a former Olympian athlete in Bobsleigh (5 participations at the Winter Olympic
games), Member of the IOC and the Chairman of the IOC Sustainable and Legacy
Commission since 2014.

Prince Albert II married in 2011 Charlene Wittstock a South African national.
In December of 2014, H.S.H. Princess Charlene gave birth to two children (twins) named
Jacques and Gabriella.

Claudia Abate

FPCD Founder, Executive Director and Chair of the Board of Directors

Claudia Abate is a respected and trusted advisor to Heads of State, Heads of Government, and Sovereigns. Her expertise and recognition encompasses working with philanthropists, governments, the United Nations, and non-profit organizations. Her work has been honored with a nomination for the Seoul Peace Prize. Today, the Foundation for Post Conflict Development is a leading organization for advocacy, education, and project delivery in fragile and conflict-affected countries.


Founder Claudia Abate has nearly three decades of international experience in post-conflict countries with governmental, inter-governmental, and non-profit sectors. Claudia was an international civil servant of the United Nations for over a decade. She served during some of history’s most recent and significant summits in the UN Security Council, UN General Assembly, and other UN systems and in this capacity had advisory influence on many global leaders. By participating in Democracy-in-Action, UN Electoral Observation duties, Peacekeeping Missions (UNFEOM, UNTAET), and UN Special Missions Claudia gained invaluable experiences that helped shape her ideas and passion.

Near the end of her UN tenure, Claudia felt compelled to personally contribute to the world’s most fragile countries. She brought two like-minded leaders together to solve some of the world’s most enduring challenges: His Excellency Xanana Gusmão, then President of Timor-Leste, and His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco. They pioneered a country-owned, community-led development process to ease the suffering of humanity’s most vulnerable. Claudia’s inspiration, ideas, and actions were transformed into the FPCD in 2005.

During her time as Special Advisor for Investment and Development to Xanana Gusmão, first during his tenure as President, then as Prime Minister of Timor-Leste from 2006–2013, Claudia worked diligently to bring landmark projects to this new country. This included the Prince Rainier III Maternity Clinic in Samé Municipality, which became possible through the contributions of the Monaco Red Cross and the Timor-Leste Ministry of Health through Claudia’s diplomatic mettle and goal-oriented activities. This facility has become the landmark clinic for Timor-Leste’s Ministry of Health, with over 60 newborns delivered per month while ensuring the health of their mothers. This maternity clinic’s groundbreaking success can be duplicated in other fragile countries.

Muriel Bubbio

President FPCD Monaco and Board of Directors

After a 30-year career for the Government of Monaco, Muriel now devotes herself to her role as President of the FPCD Monaco and Vice-President of the FPCD US. She is particularly involved in the Prince Albert Leadership Award, being convinced that our future depends on our youth and their leadership. Education is a powerful tool for raising awareness and peace, as are sport and culture. Helping young people, and particularly young girls, to acquire this education is therefore essential. At the same time, she is continuing the programs already developed, including the training of midwives in the countries with which the FPCD collaborates.

Amanda Nesheiwat

Board of Directors

Amanda Nesheiwat currently works as the Deputy Director of Sustainability and Community Outreach for Hudson County Improvement Authority in New Jersey. She is passionate about sustainable development and implementing local solutions to climate change. She is an Adjunct Professor at Ramapo College teaching a course called World Sustainability. Amanda is a recipient of the 2014 United Nations ATOP Peace Award for her work in raising awareness about environmental issues and was chosen as one of the top 50 Most Influential People of Hudson County, NJ. She has also received the North Jersey Young Environmental Innovator Award and was “Woman of the Year” in Hudson County, NJ in 2018. Amanda has a Tedx talk about her work titled “How I Became a Change Agent”. She has a Master of Science in Sustainability Management from Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey and earned a certificate in Executive Leadership in Sustainability from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

Habib Mayar

Board of Directors

Mr. Habib Mayar serves as the Deputy General Secretary of the g7+ Secretariat, based in Dili, Timor-Leste. Since joining the Secretariat in 2013, he has
played a pivotal role in shaping policy and advocacy initiatives, with a focus on enhancing peacebuilding, humanitarian, and development engagement in fragile

The g7+ is an intergovernmental organization comprising 20 conflict-affected countries worldwide, working collaboratively to advocate for peace and stability through effective engagement and peer learning. Since its establishment in 2010, Mr. Mayar has been an integral part of the g7+ collective journey, contributing to its emergence as a leading voice for countries affected by conflict and fragility. His efforts include consolidating the group, resulting in a charter lodged at the treaty section of the United Nations. He has been at the forefront of the group’s collective endeavors to improve the effectiveness of international cooperation in conflict-affected countries.

Mr. Mayar actively engages in global policy discussions on aid effectiveness, peacebuilding, statebuilding, and Agenda 2030. He has represented the g7+ at various global forums and debates, contributing to an enhanced understanding of the narrative of fragility and stability. Notably, he led the g7+ mission seeking observer status at the United Nations, which was granted in 2019.

Before taking on his position at the g7+ Secretariat, Mr. Mayar held the role of Head of the Aid Coordination Unit in the Ministry of Finance in Afghanistan for five years. The Aid Coordination Unit served as a central repository of aid information for Afghanistan and was the government's focal point for grants and loan negotiations, aimed at enhancing the effectiveness of development aid. In this capacity, Mr. Mayar supervised the development of policies for aid management and represented Afghanistan in international forums dedicated to aid effectiveness. Notably, he served as the focal point for the g7+ during the group's conception and the development of the New Deal for engagement in fragile states.

Mr. Mayar has authored several blogs and pieces on related matters, including a
chapter on the g7+ featured in the recently released “Handbook of Fragile States.” Mr. Mayar’s personal background reflects the resilience of many Afghans. Having fled his country during the Russian occupation in the 1980s, he grew up in a refugee camp in Pakistan.

Mahua Nath

Assistant to the Executive Director

Mahua Nath and is a recent graduate from McGill University with a Bachelors in Honors Political Science, driven by a fervent passion for humanitarian work and a commitment to the pursuit of justice. Eager to make a meaningful impact, she is thrilled at the prospect of contributing to the noble mission of The Foundation for Post Conflict Development, and in collaboration with the United Nations. Mahua’s academic background has equipped her with a comprehensive understanding of political systems, international relations, and human rights issues. Inspired by the transformative potential of legal advocacy and humanitarian work, she created my own NGO called the Healing of Art, creating fundraisers to help women across the world in low income countries. Mahua aspires to channel her passions into becoming a human rights lawyer, advocating for those whose voices may otherwise go unheard. She looks forward to embarking on this exciting journey with the FPCD, where her academic achievements, passion for humanitarian work, and commitment to justice converge to create a meaningful impact on the lives of others in the development of post-conflict regions.

Michael Dion

Project Lead
Institute for Post Conflict Development

Michael Dion is a driven professional with a global outlook shaped by his Chilean-American upbringing and overseas education. He recently completed a graduate program at the University of Sussex focused on sustainability, development, and environmental policy, building strong research, analytical, and communication abilities. Known as a take-charge leader who applies a positive attitude to empower teams and drive continuous improvement, Michael is eager to leverage his robust academic training and international expertise to further development goals with the FPCD. As a project leader, he brings proven leadership talents, personal initiative, and research skills to enable inclusive decision-making and enact positive change. Fluent in both English and Spanish, Michael offers cross-cultural fluency to bridge diverse viewpoints worldwide.

Helena Lorentzen

Social Media Advisor

Helena has a diverse background, including internships with the United Nations in New York and Brussels and founding her own yoga and mindfulness company, ‘Wholesome Life,’ in Monaco. Additionally, she serves as a UNV Social Media Volunteer and a member of the Media Subcommittee for the 2024 United Nations Civil Society Conference in Nairobi. She holds a Master’s degree in International Affairs and Diplomacy from UNITAR and an MBA from The International University of Monaco. Helena is dedicated to creating a more inclusive and peaceful world. She achieves this through mindfulness, diplomacy, and community engagement, empowering others and effecting positive change on a global scale.

Faith Bogue

Advisor to the Board of Directors

Faith is an accomplished intrapreneur in the business world. She enjoys solving hard problems and building structure out of chaos. Her other talents include leading and building high performance teams which include a cohesive community around a shared vision. This means she is well versed in building and running human centric programs, processes, and businesses. Faith has experience in building the brand and story of both non-profits and startups in the US and Singapore markets. She has managed various teams which are very diverse and represent many cultures. Faith has also been a TEDx speaker, former non-profit board member, and avid traveler and so much more!

Anais Culotto 

Youth Representative [2018- ]

Anais was the winner of the Prince Albert II Leadership in Post Conflict Development Award in 2019.



The Foundation for Post Conflict Development (FPCD) is a not-for-profit organization. It has three tiers of leadership to provide a transparent, accountable, and globally recognized structure. The FPCD is recognized as a tax-exempt, charitable organization under U.S. Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3). Public inspection of legal documents, copies of the FPCD annual federal tax return (Form 990), tax-exempt application, IRS tax exemption determination letter, or FPCD annual reports are available without additional charge, other than reasonable fees for copying and postage, by writing to the FPCD Office. A copy of the official registration and annual report may be obtained from the New York State Department of Law, Charities Bureau, 28 Liberty Street, New York, NY 10005, USA, or by calling +1-212-416-8401, or by visiting their website at www.charitiesnys.com. Our New York Registration number is 21-33-70.

At the head of the Foundation is the International Advisory Board comprising two world leaders, FROM THE DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING WORLD, who provide vision for the Foundation. Leading this group is His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco, joined by His Excellency Xanana Gusmão, former President and former Prime Minister of Timor-Leste. This is the type of leadership/partnership that helps create award-winning projects that succeed. Perspectives of a developed and developing country create a climate where initiatives meet the needs of the people.

The Board of Directors is chaired by FPCD founder Claudia Abate. The role of the Board includes governing, directing, and monitoring the organization’s business affairs and operations in two broad areas, overall organizational performance and overall compliance/conformance. The Board ensures that the organization develops and implements strategies and supporting policies to enable FPCD to fulfill the objectives set out in its constitution. The Board delegates the day-to-day operations of the organization to the management team via the CEO but remains accountable to all stakeholders for the organization’s performance. The Board continuously monitors and supports management. In terms of overall compliance and conformance, the Board ensures that the organization develops and implements systems, processes, and procedures to enable it to comply with best practices and its set organizational objectives. It sets the agenda, is responsible for all decisions, operations, and implementation of the Strategic Development Plan, oversees administration and project management, and oversees the operational leadership for the day-to-day running of every activity under the Foundation’s purview. 

The Board is responsible for the overall governance, management, and strategic direction of the organization and for delivering accountable corporate performance in accordance with the organization’s goals and objectives. This responsibility is set out in the organization’s constitution. In performing its role the Board will be:

• Providing strategic direction to the organization and deciding upon the organization’s strategies and objectives in conjunction with the CEO.

• Monitoring the strategic direction of the organization and the attainment of its strategies and objectives in conjunction with the executive.

• Monitoring the operational and financial position and performance of the organization generally.

• Driving organizational performance so as to deliver member value or benefit.

• Assuring a prudential and ethical base to the organization’s conduct and activities in regard to the relevant interests of its stakeholders.

• Assuring the principal risks faced by the organization are identified, and overseeing that appropriate control and monitoring systems are in place to manage the impact of these risks.

• Reviewing and approving the organization’s internal compliance and control systems and codes of conduct.

• Assuring that the organization’s financial and other reporting mechanisms are designed to result in adequate, accurate, and timely information being provided to the Board.

• Appointing and, when appropriate, removing the CEO, monitoring other key executive appointments, and planning for executive succession.

• Overseeing and evaluating the performance of the CEO and, through the CEO, receiving reports on the performance of other senior executives in the context of the organization’s strategies and objectives, and their attainment.

• Ensuring that the organization’s affairs are conducted with transparency and accountability.

• Overseeing the design, implementation and periodic review of appropriate and effective policies, processes, and codes for the organization, which may include, with respect to ethics, values, conduct, securities trading, disclosure of securities’ price-sensitive information, employment, remuneration, diversity, and similar issues.

• Ensuring sound Board succession planning including strategies to assure the Board is composed of individuals who are able to meet the responsibilities of directors of the organization.

• Overseeing member and stakeholder engagement, reporting, and information flow.

The Board is responsible for the overall governance, management, and strategic direction of the organization and for delivering accountable corporate performance in accordance with the organization’s goals and objectives. This responsibility is set out in the organization’s constitution. In performing its role the Board will be:

United Nations

The FPCD prides itself on being an active supporter of the United Nations and incorporates into its work the latest initiatives defined by the international community. This is some of our work aligned to the UN Charter and Millennium Development Goals and now the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): 


United Nations Global Compact signatory since 2006, with FPCD incorporating the Compact into Memorandums of Understanding with all whom the Foundation forms partnerships with.


​FPCD is associated with the UN Department of Public Information since 2009 and help achieve the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals by maintaining an active team of UN Representatives, including youth representatives. Team members have organized symposiums, moderated panel discussions, and participated as either speakers or supporters of UN organized briefings.


​FPCD was nominated for a UN Population Award, 2009, for the creation of the Prince Rainier III Maternity Clinic in Timor-Leste. This landmark, pilot project was a success and is incorporated into the Government of Timor-Leste’s National Strategic Plan for implementation in 60 subdistricts.


FPCD received two UN Staff 1% Development Fund Grants for the construction of two youth centers in Timor-Leste.


FPCD is a member of the United Nations Academic Impact, which aligns higher education institutions with the United Nations by actively supporting ten universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, literacy, sustainability, and conflict resolution.


FPCD supported the International Year of Youth, 2010-2011, themed “Dialogue and Mutual Understanding,” declared by the 64th United Nations General Assembly, by developing several youth centers, with continued follow-up.


FPCD supported the International Year of Biodiversity, 2010, and partnered to design amphibian and reptile postage stamps for issuance in Timor-Leste.


Prince Albert of Monaco Leadership in Post Conflict Development Award Winners


Joshua Maron

Josh, a South Jersey native, is a driven and motivated student  currently pursuing a BA in Political Science at Rowan University. His interest in international relations, combined with his love of history and historical analysis, helps him to attempt to understand the complex international system that can be seen today. Committed to academic excellence, Josh has maintained a position on the Dean’s List since Fall 2022 and is a member of the Tau Sigma Honor Society. Actively involved in campus life, Josh serves as a Senator within the Student Government Association, due to his commitment to making his community a better place. Always willing and eager to learn and with a desire to make a meaningful impact on the world, Josh hopes to use his skills gained both inside and outside the classroom to further the mission of the Foundation for Post-Conflict Development.

Alyssa Morgen

Alyssa Morgen, born February 28, 2000, is an FPCD intern from New Jersey. She is currently a senior at Rowan University studying political science, international relations, and global security, where she is a member of the Student Government Association, the Model UN delegation, and the Rowan Institute for Public Policy and Citizenship


Bérénice Bardonnet


Maria Do Céu Jorge Oliveira Gusmão

Maria Do Céu Jorge Oliveira Gusmão, born July 21st, 1995, is a young leader from Timor-Leste. She is a student Institute of Business at Dili, majoring in Information and Communication Technology. She is a consultant for UNICEF Dili, chief of the division Information and Communication Technology of the Alumni Parlamentu Foinsa’e Timor-Leste (alumni parliament) and a former member of the Young Women Making Change group. Maria Do Céu was also a contributor to the media outlet Tafara.tl.

Francelina Soares de Jesus

Francelina Soares de Jesus, born May 19th, 2001, is a young leader from Timor-Leste. She is a student at the Dom Thomas schools at Liquedoe. She represented the young women of Aileu in front of the National Parliament of Timor-Leste and participated in several meetings on young women leadership. Francelina is also a member of the Youth Parliament of TimorLeste, as a representant of her municipality.

Justine Rose

Justine Rose, born December 17th, 20002, is a young leader from Monaco. She is a high school student at Lycée Albert I de Monaco, majoring in literature. She is involved in several charity organizations and participated in Model United Nations sessions.

Anais Culotto

Anaïs Culotto, born July 30th, 1998, is a young leader from Monaco. She is a sophomore student at the International University of Monaco, majoring in Communication and Event  Management. She currently works for the Grimaldi Forum and she participated in the organization of the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the rights of the child in Monaco. In her university, Anaïs initiated a project on ocean preservation and helped launching the campaign “Objective Zero Plastic” during the Monaco Ocean Week in March 2019.

Anais Culotto – Youth Representative / Winner, Prince Albert II Leadership in Post Conflict Development Award

United Nations Interns 2022

Alix Touézé-Rémédiani

Helena Lorentzen

Talid Ariss

Kalkidn Horlock


Jacky Deromedi

President of the International Advisory Board

Presiding Chairman and Managing Director of APRIM S.A. France and APRIM (FAR EAST) PTE LTD respectively, Jacky Deromedi has played a vital role as the current President of the International Advisory Board. One of her most recent decorations include “Officier de l’Ordre National du Mérite (France)” which was granted to her 8th May 2011. She has professionally and successfully represented her fellow French citizens leaving abroad with her countless contributions as an influential candidate in several government/private based pivotal sectors all around the country. Her voluntary activities are nothing to look short of as she is also serving as the President of Foundation Prince Albert II de Monaco – Asian Branch

His Excellency Xanana Gusmão

Former President and Prime Minister of Timor-Leste

After a time of peaceful anti-colonial activism, the challenge of Indonesia’s unjust and violent occupation of his homeland catapulted José Alexandre Gusmão to a prominent leadership position in the Timorese resistance and earned him the nom-de-guerre Kay Rala Xanana. After his capture by Indonesian forces in 1992, he continued to advocate for a peaceful resolution of the invasion from his jail cell, which eventually resulted in a UN-administered referendum and his release from captivity in 1999. With the restoration of Timor-Leste’s independence in 2002, Xanana was elected the country’s first post-invasion president. He declined to seek a second term and instead transitioned to a more active role in politics as Prime Minister at the head of a coalition government. Under his leadership, Timor-Leste elevated its profile internationally by helping initiate the g7+ forum and by the creation of a Strategic Development Plan, potentially duplicable in other fragile and post-conflict countries, that is closely aligned to the UN Strategic Development Goals.

His Excellency Christian Wenaweser

Ambassador of Liechtenstein to the UN

A trained linguist with skills in several European languages, HE Christian Wenaweser was appointed Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations from Liechtenstein in 2002. Since then, he has been a very active participant in the UN system with work that has included Security Council reform, leadership roles in the International Criminal Court, and work with the Human Rights Council. He has a long standing interest in global justice and inclusivity.

His Excellency Nassir Al-Nasser

Ambassador of Qatar to the UN

HE Nassir Al-Nasser is an accomplished diplomat with a rank of Minister, granted by His Highness the Emir of the State of Qatar. He served as the President of the Sixty-Sixth Session of the UN General Assembly. HE Al-Nasser continues to serve his country as Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Qatar to the United Nations. He has long focused on peace and security, sustainable development, and south-south cooperation.

Julia Cheng

Founder, Cyberlaw Studio

I am a business and technology lawyer specializing in general corporate, digital media, technology licensing and internet law matters with clients based in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. For more than 15 years, I work with for profit and nonprofit clients through the life cycle of a business, from business formation to capital raise, product, and business development, to achieving industry recognition (Emmy, Google Best Apps, Ted Prize Finalist, etc.) and partnership deals with Fortune 500 companies including Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, IBM, Disney, CNN, Viacom, GE, Samsung and NFL. I advise clients on corporate matters ranging from corporate and securities, mergers and acquisitions, to capital raise through various equity/debt financing transactions involving crowdfunding platforms, angels and venture capital. Digital media clients are counseled on matters related to the development, publishing, and distribution of mobile apps, podcasts, videos, copyright and trademark protection, social e-commerce, Internet and data privacy issues. I routinely draft or negotiate technology licensing and development agreements, MSAs, VSAs, SRAs, SOWs and SLAs. I assist with forming non-profit organizations, from initial incorporation to seeking 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status. I advise existing non-profits on non-profit/for-profit structures such as joint ventures, contract hybrids, for-profit spin-offs and benefit corporations, locally and internationally based.


During my spare time, I serve on the Board and act as President of Out In Tech Inc., the largest non-profit for LGBT tech community with 40,000+ members nationwide, and on the Advisory Board of Kopernik, a UN award recipient non-profit that tackles the distribution challenges of getting life-changing technologies to people living in the remote parts of the developing world.

Yolanda F. Johnson

President, YFJ Consulting, LLC; Founder, Women of Color in Fundraising and Philanthropy; President, Women in Development, NY

Yolanda Johnson is an expert in the nonprofit sector and has helped raise funds for many organizations. She gives back to causes supporting racial and gender equality, those with disabilities, and the arts. Yolanda is the founder of several organizations that assist women.

Dr. Mark Sandel

International Advisory Board and Member of the Council of Administration, Post Conflict Development Association of Monaco

Dr. Mark Sandel, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), is an experienced Advisor with a long history of working in the research industry. He has many well-honed skills that can be applied to International Business, Risk Assessment, International Relations and Entrepreneurship. His strong professional skills were developed in International Relations and National Security Studies from Ecole des Hauts Etudes Diplomatiques et Strategiques, Paris, France.

Rick Parnell

International Advisory Board Member 

For more than 25 years Rick Parnell has served at the top levels of non-profit and higher
education leadership. Rick is an internationally recognized leader with a proven ability to build
organizational strength and reputation and a skilled strategist and infrastructure builder with a
passion for fostering change and enabling people and organizations to realize their full potential
through building cultures of kindness, inclusion, and trust.

Rick’s leadership positions include Chief Operating Officer and Chief of Staff of the United
Nations Foundation, President and CEO of the Foundation for Climate Restoration, CEO of the
Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture, Director of Operations at the American Red Cross
National Headquarters, Chief of Staff to the President of the University of Florida and the
Founder and CEO of RSP Advisors.

Rick serves on the Board of Directors and is Board Treasurer of the U.S. Fund for the Global
Fund to Fight Aids, TB, & Malaria, former Board member of the Stone Barns Center, Founder
and former Board member of the Global Sustainable Tourism Coalition, Former Board member
of the Foundation for Climate Restoration, Former Board Member of the mHealth Alliance,
Founding Board Chair of the Digital Impact Alliance, Founder and Chair of the Independent
Sector C Suite Initiative, and is a member of the Economic Club of Washington DC and the
Cosmos Club.

Rick and his husband Christopher enjoy spending time with their dogs Audrey and Rose.

Tanya Goudsouzian

International Advisory Board Member 

Tanya Goudsouzian is a Canadian journalist specializing in Afghanistan, Iraq and Kurdish affairs. She has reported from the US, Egypt, UAE, Iraq, Afghanistan, Qatar and Turkey. Her work has been published in RFE/RL, Al Jazeera English, Le Monde Diplomatique, Newsweek, The National Interest, Responsible Statecraft, and Washington Post, among others. She is regularly invited to participate in policy center panel discussions.

Friends of the Foundation

The FPCD is indebted to the many individuals who have supported our work since its founding.

Frank and Ulla Abate (in memoriam)

H.R.H. Princess Camilla of

Bourbon Two Sicilies

Ambassador Giulio Terzi

Ambassador Gaspar Martins

Ambassador Martin Andjaba

Ambassador Jose Maria Chaves ( in memoriam)

Richard Jordan

Professor Hinrich Kaiser

Ted Folke

Amanda Neshiewat

Michelle Tafur

Judy Tashji

Michael Tashji

Andrew Brooks

Christine Kaiser

Dianne Davis

Maya Serkin

Terrence Leong

Christy Grace Provines

Caroline Aldrin

Ana Baric

Konstantina Yaneva

Gabriella Elanbeck

David Gethings

Arielle Messuti

Dianne Davis

Dr. Thomas P. Rosandich ( in memoriam)

Dr Thomas J. Rosandich

Dean Cycon

Jeremy Zalewski

Kristen Ireland

Rachel McCroy

Ivan Kotchetkov

Jim Luce

Maria E. Salma

Dr. Jeffery Blander

Jennifer Ehrentraut

Talia Macauley

Alex Townsend-Drake

Chiranjeeb Das

Joseph Stefanelli

Nina Perruchet

Gaultier Deemester

John McGuire

MJ Slinger

Jordan Dixon