Wednesday, September 30, 2020
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United States Ambassador, Deputy Chief of Staff to the Vice President of the United States, United States Assistant Secretary of Commerce, Associate Director of the Woodrow Wilson Center; all positions formerly held by Frederick M. Rush, who is a respected executive with a unique combination of diplomatic, political, and business experience in both the public and private sectors. His track record of designing, funding and completing complex projects was recognized in 1991 when then-President George H. W. Bush asked him to serve as Commissioner General to the United States Pavilion at the Seville World Exposition.

Fred is regarded as a global expert in building and funding complex public private partnerships on behalf of and between the U.S. and foreign governments. His broad expertise includes strategic planning, business development, public relations, and marketing for start-ups, nonprofits/NGOs, and corporate enterprises.

Over the course of his career, Fred has forged numerous strategic partnerships with a wide array of domestic and international partners. This has led to an impressive track record of breakthrough problem solving under challenging conditions and tight deadlines.

[vc_custom_heading text=”Gregory D. Houston, Lead Public Diplomacy” use_theme_fonts=”yes”]

Gregory D. Houston (Greg) Houston is a leader in international development, non-profit and NGO consulting, and multilateral government relations. Over the course of his career he has worked on the ground in over 60 countries, led the creation and revitalization of numerous organizations and foundations, and raised more than $150m in private funding for public diplomacy and international engagement efforts.

He currently serves as Global Vice President at Search for Common Ground, the world’s largest dedicated peacebuilding NGO. In this capacity, he oversees worldwide partnerships, communications, and donor relations across 45 countries.

From 2010-2014, Greg served as Senior Vice President of Programming and External Affairs at Meridian International Center. At Meridian, he oversaw all communications, government partnerships, business and philanthropic development, public programs and conferences, and start-up initiatives. He opened offices in China, India, Paris, Canada, Dubai, and Istanbul, and launched the Global Leadership Summit series of traveling policy conferences.

Prior to this, Greg was Director of New Initiatives at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, one of the world’s leading think-tanks. At the Center he created institutes, programs and projects in 16 countries on six continents, worked with six US Presidents, numerous foreign heads of State and Government, CEOs, domestic and foreign policy makers, and leading non -profit figures.

Greg began his career in local politics before moving to Washington to work for Arizona Senator John McCain. He has since worked for and advised leading political figures in formal and voluntarily capacities.

Greg holds a Masters with Merit from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) in Public Administration with a concentration on development economics. He completed additional post graduate study as a 2011 Social Entrepreneurship Scholar (Class of 1972 Social Endowment) at Harvard University (HBS). He obtained his undergraduate degree from the honors college of the University of Arizona.

Greg has written several white papers including The Capacity Building Implications of Aid Donations on “Good” and “Weak” State Governance Structures and The Balanced Equation Model of Social Organization Evaluation. He has appeared on CNN, BBC international, China Daily (TV) and various local television and radio programs.

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[vc_custom_heading text=”Mark Giuliani, AIA, NCARB Design Manager” use_theme_fonts=”yes”]

For over 30 years Mark Giuliani has been a leading proponent of using technology to provide high quality architectural services.

Today, Mr. Giuliani and Giuliani Associates provide architectural, engineering, and technology services using Building Information Modeling (BIM) and facility management tools. Throughout his career, Mr. Giuliani has taken a leadership role in the planning, design and construction administration on a wide range of projects for both the public and private sectors.

Projects include educational, military, security, and transportation facilities; passenger comfort at transportation facilities; and increased efficiency of restaurant and retail space.

Mr. Giuliani is the Designer and Architect of Record for numerous aircraft facilities, hangars, and support buildings at military installations and civilian airports around the United States.

As the President of Giuliani Associates, Mr. Giuliani has embraced the Design-Build process and led Giuliani Associates to be experts in this delivery method while still providing traditional Design-Bid-Build services. Mr. Giuliani is a true believer in the power of collaboration between architects, engineers, contractors, owners, operators, and occupants and has established Giuliani Associates as one of the premier architecture, engineering, and technology firms in the country.

Mr. Giuliani, is the past Chair of the Advisory Board of the School of Architecture and Planning at the Catholic University of America, is a member of numerous associations. In addition to Giuliani Associates; he runs a media company; marketing company and radio station, WGMD; and several websites.