WEF/Young Global Leaders/2005

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Group.png WEF/Young Global Leaders/2005
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AbbreviationYGL/2005
Membership• Shai Agassi
• Mohammed K. A. Al Faisal
• Bandar Bin Khalid Al Faisal
• Salaheddin Al-Bashir
• Majid Saif Al-Ghurair
• Assilah Z. Al-Harthy
• Zeid Raad Al-Hussein
• Matthew Anderson
• Barry Appleton
• Maria Consuelo Araujo
• Nurul Arifin
• Matteo Arpe
• Keiichiro Asao
• Bassem I. Awadallah
• Violet E. Awotwi
• Ali Babacan
• Rodrigo Baggio
• Rajiv Bajaj
• Edward Balls
• John Battelle
• Charlene Begley
• Angela Belcher
• Marc R. Benioff
• Leonid Bershidsky
• Kumar Mangalam Birla
• Matthew Bishop
• Thor Bjorgolfsson
• Taddy Blecher
• Alja Brglez
• Sergey Brin
• Scott Brison
• William F. Browder
• John Bryant
• Roy Brandon Burgess
• Jillian Buriak
• Amy Butte
• Ángel Cabrera
• Steven Cain
• Lisa Caputo
• Gabriel Chalita
• Nigel M.K. Chanakira
• Tianqiao Chen
• Mitsuru Claire Chino
• Yvette Cooper
• Jennifer Corriero
• Clayton Cosgrove
• Thomas Crampton
• Carlos Danel
• Lujaina Mohsin Haider Darwish
• Jean-Charles Decaux
• LaMae Allen deJongh
• Erik Demaine
• Olga K. Dergunova
• Thoko Didiza
• James Ding
• Waris Dirie
• Bozidar Djelic
• Nobuo Domae
• Valdis Dombrovskis
• Suzanne Donohoe
• Arkady Dvorkovich
• Heba R. Ezzat
• Fang Xinghai
• Niall Ferguson
• Anthony F. Fernandes
• Sulajja F. Firodia Motwani
• Kristin Forbes
• Miguel R. Forbes
• Justin Fox
• Frederik of Denmark
• Chrystia Freeland
• Motohisa Furukawa
• Rahul Gandhi
• John Githongo
• Austan Goolsbee
• Helen Greiner
• Andrea Guerra
• Laurent Guez
• Guichot
• Isabelle Guichot
• Michelle Guthrie
• Haakon Magnus of Norway
• Lily Habash
• Fatemeh Haghighat-Joo
• Stelios Haji-Ioannou
• Ted Halstead
• Sahar Hashemi
• Ibrahim Helal
• Noreena Hertz
• Pekka Himanen
• Mellody Hobson
• Howard I. Hoffen
• Jungwook Hong
• Kazutomo Robert Hori
• Bharrat Jagdeo
• Aboubakr Jamai
• Esam Janahi
• Van Jones
• Steve Jurvetson
• Brian Kagoro
• Jodi Kantor
• Jyrki Katainen
• Piia-Noora Kauppi
• Karim T. Kawar
• Georges Kern
• Uday Harsh Khemka
• Naguib Kheraj
• Mi-Hyung Kim
• Taek-Jin Kim
• Ali Y. Koç
• Silvana Koch-Mehrin
• James Kondo
• Sallie Krawcheck
• Michael Kremer
• Gaby Lasky
• Aerin Lauder
• Loïc Le Meur
• Louise Leakey
• Jihyun Julianne Lee
• Jae-Woong Lee
• Stig Leschly
• Steven Levitt
• Victor Li Tzar-kuoi
• Bjorn Lomborg
• Penny Low
• Lu Hao
• Lianjie Ma
• Jack Ma
• Maria Corina Machado
• Pandeli Majko
• Ayisi Makatiani
• Dayanidhi Maran
• Javier Martinez Staines
• Sylvia Mathews
• Misa Matsuzaki
• Donald A. Mattrick
• Ed Mayo
• Mark P. Mays
• Lorenzo Mendoza
• Daniela Mercury
• Paul Meyer
• Hiroshi Mikitani
• Axel Miller
• Aditya Mittal
• Mahmoud Safwat Mohieldin
• Afshin Molavi
• Gugu Moloi
• Nicolas Monckeberg
• James Bradfield Moody
• Asoka Milinda Moragoda
• Christian Mumenthaler
• Dikembe Mutombo
• Kumi Naidoo
• Hiroshi Nakada
• Papa Ndiaye
• Trevor Neilson
• Curtis Nelson
• Gavin Newsom
• Nicky Newton-King
• Bill Nguyen
• Juan Jose Nieto
• Achinoam Nini
• Ndidi Okonkwo Nwuneli
• Tony O’Reilly Jr.
• Godwin N. Obaseki
• Jonathan Oppenheimer
• Julia Ormond
• Larry Page
• Sebastian Palla
• Juhan Parts
• Josef Penninger
• Lucas E. Pescarmona
• Jan-Eric Peters
• Pawel Bartlomiej Piskorski
• Dina Habib Powell
• Samantha Power
• Alejandro Ramirez
• Nazir Razak
• Marcel S. Reichart
• Anne Richards
• Alvaro Rodriguez Arregui
• Nathaniel Rothschild
• Linda Rottenberg
• Patrick G. Ryan
• Vladimir Ryzhkov
• Mikheil Saakashvili
• Elías Antonio Saca
• Luis M. Saguier
• Ferit Şahenk
• Oliver Samwer
• Domenico Scala
• Keith Schwab
• Radmila Sekerinska
• Nafisa Shah
• Anthony Kennedy Shriver
• Olivier Sichel
• Nasreen Mustafa Sideek-Barwari
• Malvinder Mohan Singh
• Ainars Slesers
• Zafar Sobhan
• Jonathan Soros
• Martin South
• William Steiger
• Bret Stephens
• Belinda Stronach
• Federico Sturzenegger
• John E. Sununu
• Jacek Szwajcowski
• Tan Cheng Han
• Michael Tarazi
• Sabriye Tenberken
• Jon S. Tetzchner
• Beatrice Trussardi
• Mabel van Oranje
• Abhisit Vejjajiva
• Milen Veltchev
• Zain Verjee
• Victoria of Sweden
• Lifen Wang
• Zhenmin Wang
• Wang Sing
• David Webb
• Beatrice Weder di Mauro
• Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands
• Ken Wiwa
• Won Hee-Ryong
• John Wood
• Arzuhan Yalçindag
• Jerry Yang
• Jackie Y. Ying
• Yoon Suk-Mynn
• Fareed Zakaria
• Niklas Zennström
• Charles C.Y. Zhang
• Zhang Xin
• Jonathan Zittrain
• Ethan Zuckerman
• Sandile Zungu
WEF's Young Global Leaders for 2005

The Inaugural Summit of the Forum of Young Global Leaders opened in Zermatt, Switzerland, on 24 June 2005:

"So far, their discussions have led them to consider the probable state of the world in 2020, part of the 2020 Initiative. In the following days they will consider concrete action as a group and individuals, leadership issues and whether the information age generation has a new mindset to bring to the problems of the world."[1]

These are the known participants in WEF/Young Global Leaders Inaugural Group 2005[2][3]. The WEF doesn't always publish all the candidates. The cadre from the previous program - Global Leaders for Tomorrow - is listed as WEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow/2003, the following year as WEF/Young Global Leaders 2006. The program was allegedly reset because too many of the previous participants started asking difficult questions.

Selected Examples

Samantha Power also attended the WEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow 2003, so she is a reliable hand (some would say CIA)


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