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Alberto Gonzales was the 80th Attorney General of the United States, having been appointed to the post by President George W. Bush in February 2005. He was the first Hispanic to hold that position and is the highest-ranking Hispanic government official ever. In addition, he is the only lawyer in the nation’s history to serve as both the White House Counsel and Attorney General. He is widely considered a key architect of the War on Terror and has been very outspoken on such issues as immigration, the rights of children and fighting against sexual predators. He also served as George W. Bush’s General Counsel while he was Governor of Texas, and subsequently as Secretary of State of Texas, and as a Justice on the Texas Supreme Court. He is currently the Doyle Rogers Distinguished Chair of Law at Belmont University, in Nashville, and has also recently joined the law firm of Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis.
Bob Woodruff is an award-winning broadcast journalist for ABC News. He has covered major stories throughout the country and around the world, and was named co-anchor of ABC’s World News Tonight in December 2005. On January 29, 2006, he was seriously injured by a roadside bomb that struck his vehicle near Taji, Iraq. Just 13 months after being wounded, he returned to ABC News with his first on-air report, To Iraq and Back: Bob Woodruff Reports. This prime time documentary chronicled his traumatic brain injury, painstaking recovery, and the plight of thousands of service members returning from Iraq and Afghanistan with similar injuries. He continues to cover this topic and was honored with a Peabody Award in 2008 for his reporting on the subject. In February 2007, Woodruff and his wife Lee published the best-selling memoir In An Instant: A Family’s Journey of Love and Healing, chronicling his injuries in Iraq and how their family persevered through a time of intense trauma and uncertainty. They also established the Bob Woodruff Foundation to help heal the physical and hidden wounds of war by providing resources and support to injured service members, veterans and their families. In July 2008, Woodruff began anchoring Focus Earth, a weekly eco-newscast for Planet Green, Discovery Communications’ 24/7 eco-lifestyle network.
Peter Diamond is a Nobel Prize winning economist and Institute Professor Emeritus at MIT. He has written on public finance, social insurance, behavioral economics, uncertainty and search theories, and macroeconomics. His books include Saving Social Security: A Balanced Approach (with Peter R. Orszag), Reforming Pensions: Principles and Policy Choices and Pension Reform: A Short Guide (both with Nicholas Barr), and Behavioral Economics and Its Applications (edited with Hannu Vartiainen). His recent report is Pension Reform in China: Issues, Options and Recommendations (with Nicholas Barr). He has been President of the American Economic Association, of the Econometric Society, and of the National Academy of Social Insurance. He was one of the three winners of the 2010 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel.
Josef Avesar, an Israeli-born attorney who resides in Southern California, is president of the founding committee of the Israeli Palestinian Confederation. He has conducted numerous symposia on the concept of a confederation between Israelis and Palestinians and has hosted political and civic leaders from around the world in discussions of confederation as a means of resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Peace is his first political book.
Amy Chua is the John M. Duff, Jr. Professor of Law at Yale Law School. She joined the Yale faculty in 2001 after teaching at Duke Law School. Prior to starting her teaching career, she was a corporate law associate at Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton. She specializes in the study of international business transactions, law and development, ethnic conflict, and globalization and the law. She is the author of two books on international affairs, and as of January 2011, she is most noted for her parenting memoir, Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, which is a comic memoir that ignited a global parenting debate with its story of one mother’s journey in strict parenting techniques
With more than two decades of political and private sector consulting experience in the US and around the globe, Alex has developed communications strategies and campaigns for Fortune 100 Companies, served as media consultant to five U.S. presidential campaigns, helped elect eight U.S. senators and six governors. Fortune Magazine singled out Castellanos as a “new-style media master.” In 2007, GQ Magazine called Castellanos one of the 50 Most Influential People in D.C. Castellanos brings a wealth of campaign strategy, public opinion research and communications experience to corporate and public policy campaigns. He is a member of CNN’s “Best Political Team on Television," and appears regularly on NBC's Meet the Press and numerous other television public affairs programs.
Jeff Greenfield is a four-time Emmy Award-winning broadcast journalist. He is a veteran political, media and culture reporter, and has served as senior political correspondent at CBS News since May 2007. He contributes to the CBS Evening News, The Early Show, CBS News Sunday Morning and other CBS News broadcasts, as well as CBSNews.com. Prior to joining CBS he was a senior political analyst for CNN from 1998 to 2007; and a political and media analyst for ABC News, where he was a regular contributor to Nightline and ABC World News Sunday from 1983 to 1997. In addition, he is a bestselling author of both fiction and non-fiction books - including his 2011 release Then Everything Changed: Stunning Alternate Histories of American Politics – and has also written for such publications as Harper’s, National Lampoon, Politico, and the New York Times Magazine. Prior to becoming a member of the media, Greenfield worked in politics, including as a Senate aide and speechwriter for Robert F. Kennedy from 1967 to 1968.
Peter Coyote is a bit of a modern day renaissance man. He is an acclaimed actor, director, screenwriter, author, musician, narrator and social activist. He has appeared in such film and television projects as E.T. The Extra Terrestrial, Jagged Edge, Patch Adams, Erin Brokovich, Law & Order, and NCIS; and is an Emmy Award-winning narrator of numerous acclaimed projects for PBS, such as “War on Terror” and “Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room” – in addition to Ken Burns’ “National Parks” and “Prohibition.” He was a founding member of Diggers, a radical community action group of activists and improv actors operating in San Francisco from 1966 to 1968. He has written for Vanity Fair, Mother Jones, and the San Francisco Chronicle; and is also a past Chairman of the California State Arts Council.
Sebastian Junger is the internationally acclaimed, bestselling author of "The Perfect Storm", "A Death in Belmont", "Fire" and "War". He also teamed with Tim Heatherington to produce "Restrepo", a feature-length documentary that chronicled the deployment of a platoon of U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan's Korengal Valley, with whom the filmmakers were embedded with for one year. It was the winner of the 2010 Grand Jury Prize at Sundance. As a contributing editor to Vanity Fair and as a contributor to ABC News, he has covered major international news stories in Liberia, Sierra Leone and other places around the globe. He has been awarded the National Magazine Award and an SAIS Novartis Prize for Journalism. He became a fixture in the national media when, as a first-time author, he commanded The New York Times bestseller list for more than three years with "The Perfect Storm", which later set sales records and became a major motion picture from Warner Bros, starring George Clooney and Mark Wahlberg.
Michael Winston is a prominent executive in the field of organization management, and is also a rarity among corporate whistle-blowers. A former executive at Countrywide Financial, he spent three years in a legal battle with the once-mighty mortgage giant, and its current owner, Bank of America. He contended that he was punished and pushed out for not toeing the company line, and in February 2011, a California jury agreed and awarded him damages, thus proving that the company was not above the law. With thirty years of cutting-edge experience as a business leader, change agent, and organization strategist, he has spent his career preparing organizations to meet the challenges of rapid, continuous and disruptive market change and to capitalize on the resulting opportunities. He is dedicating his life to promoting vision-driven, values-based leadership that is a force for good, not evil. Finally, he wants to rid the world of companies that abuse shareholders, customers, employees and society.