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Frank Giustra Founder

Frank Giustra is CEO of Fiore Group of Companies, a private firm managing a broad portfolio of private equity investments and companies, specializing in food and lifestyle, art and entertainment, while having a proven track-record in financing and creating public natural resource companies. Frank’s entrepreneurial successes also include founding Lionsgate Entertainment, now one of the world’s largest independent film companies.

Mr. Giustra is a strong believer in philanthropy, and devotes much of his time to a variety of causes. He established the Radcliffe Foundation, which supports a wide variety of international and local charities. Since 2005, Mr. Giustra has become an active executive member with the International Crisis Group, a widely recognized independent, non-partisan source of analysis and advice to policymakers on the prevention and resolution of deadly conflict.

In 2007, Mr. Giustra and former President Bill Clinton launched the Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership, with the focus of creating social and economic development programs through impact investing, in parts of the world where poverty is widespread.

Mr. Giustra is a board member of Endeavour Mining, Petromanas Energy, Catalyst Cooper Corp, Sandspring Resources, and Thunderbird Films. In addition, he sits on boards of the Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership, The Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation, International Crisis Group, and Streetohome Foundation.

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Bruce LindseyDirector

Bruce Lindsey previously served as the Chief Executive Officer of the Clinton Foundation. Bruce joined the Foundation in 2001 as general counsel and became CEO in 2003. Bruce was responsible for overall strategy of the Foundation’s initiatives, as well as operation in coordination with other managers and staff. Bruce served as assistant to the President and deputy counsel to the President throughout President Clinton’s two terms in office. He had previously been a partner at Wright, Lindsey & Jennings, a law firm in Little Rock, where he is currently of counsel.

Bruce received a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and a B.A. from Rhodes College.

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Eric NonacsDirector

Eric Nonacs is an independent consultant who focuses on building results-oriented collaborations among and between the private sector, governments, philanthropy, and NGOs to address global challenges such as climate change, pandemic disease, poverty, and economic inequality. Until recently, Eric was the Vice President for Alliances and Partnerships at the Skoll Global Threats Fund.

Previously, Eric was the Managing Director for Global Affairs at Endeavour Financial, a merchant bank based in Vancouver, Canada. Concurrently, he served as a Senior Advisor to the William J. Clinton Foundation (a position he still holds). From June 2002 until August 2007, he was the Foreign Policy Advisor to President Bill Clinton and the Clinton Foundation. Throughout his career, Eric has developed organizations and programs supporting sustainable economic and social development, conflict resolution, increased access to health services, food security, and climate change mitigation across Africa, Europe, North America, and Latin America.

Eric holds an AB from the University of Chicago, an MA from the London School of Economics, and an MBA from New York University. He is the Chairman of Building Markets, the President of the Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership (Canada), and a Member of the Board of the Clinton Global Initiative. Eric is also a Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.