Alfred Berkeley III, former President NASDAQ, New York
Richard Gaul, former Global Head PR and Politics, BMW Group, Berlin
Martin Gurri, former US Government, Washington DC
Dr. Michel Ogrizek, former Global Head Communications, World Economic Forum, Geneva
Liv Watson, Director, Webfilings, Ohio
Prof. Dr. Frank Brettschneider, Institute for Communication Science, University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart
Prof. Dr. Stephen Coleman, University of Leeds, Director of Research Institute for Communications
Farhad Dilmaghani Secretary of State, Senate Administration for Labour, Integration and Women, Berlin
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Donsbach, Managing Director of the Institute for Communication Science, TU Dresden, President Past and Chair of International Communication Association
Prof. Dr. Robert G. Eccles, Harvard Business School, Boston
Nakhle El-Hage, Editor-in -Chief, Al Arabiyah, Dubai
Dr. Christoph Frei, Director General, World Energy Council, London
Prof. Dr. Frank Go, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, Rotterdam
Anthony Gooch, Head of Public Affairs and Media Relations, OECD, Paris
Prof. Michael B. Goodman, Director Corporate Communication Institute, New York
Ulrik Haagerup, Editor-in-Chief, DR-TV, Copenhagen
Bernard Kalb, former Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs, State Department, Washington DC
Eli Khoury, Founder and CEO, Quantum Group Saatchi & Saatchi MENA, Beirut
Stephen Killelea, Founder and CEO, Institute for Economics and Peace, Sydney
Francesco de Leo, CEO Green Comm Challenge, Los Angeles
Prof. Shiping Liu, Chief Scientist & Associate Director of CAS Financial Technology Center, Chairman of GBICC, Shanghai
Prof. Dr. Max McCombs, University of Texas, Austin
Alisa Miller CEO, Public Radio International, Minneapolis
Michel Ogrizek, International Communications Expert, Paris
Prof. Dr. Nitin Nohria, Professor Business Administration of Dean Harvard Business School, Boston
Prof. Dr. Eli Pollak, Weizman Institute, University of Jerusalem, Israel’s Media Watch, Jerusalem
Prof. Dr. Donald Shaw, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Prof. Jan-Egbert Sturm, Director, KOF, Zurich
Mathatha Tsedu Editor, City Press, Johannesburg
Prof. Dr. Magdalena Wojcieszak, IE School of Communication, Segovia
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