GBSN is fortunate to have the support of many amazing people who share their time and talent with us as official GBSN Advisors. In recent months we've welcomed several more accomplished professionals to the GBSN Advisory Board. I look forward to their council as we steer GBSN into its next decade of building management education capacity for the developing world.
Click here for a list of our Advisory Board and read their full bios
Robert Britton is the principal of AirLearn, a consultancy that helps suppliers, partners, insiders, and student understand the complexities of the airline industry, and provides general marketing and leadership advice for a range of organizations. In 2006 he retired as Managing Director, Brand Development and Advertising at American Airlines, where he was responsible for bran stewardship, worldwide media advertising, direct marketing, promotion and customer research – he was part of the team that helped rebuild the brand after the September 11 attacks.
Michael Graglia is a Financial Manager for the Gates Foundation, based in DC. Previously Mike was a management consultant with BCG in Washington & India, and spent four years with a unit at the World Bank‘s IFC focused on African education, the work is now being driven by AABS and GBSN which he helped to build. Prior to that Mike ran a refugee camp in Zimbabwe for ICMC, served in the Peace Corps in Namibia where he created DeepRoots.org, and worked as an actuarial consultant in Seattle.
A physician and global health specialist, Dr. Kate Tulenko has worked at the highest levels of health workforce, health financing, and health policy development with institutions around the world. She currently serves as IntraHealth International’s senior director of health systems innovation, as well as director of CapacityPlus, the USAID-funded and IntraHealth-led global project focused on the health workforce needed to achieve the Millennium Development Goals. She joined IntraHealth from the World Bank, where she coordinated the Bank’s Africa Health Workforce Program.
Zohra Zori is the President of Global Management Challenge USA and based in Washington, D.C. The Global Management Challenge is recognized as the world’s largest strategy and management (competition-based) training simulation platform, with operations in 40 countries and an extensive pipeline of more than 480,000 successful participants from the corporate and higher education sectors.