We Are Changing the Way the World Negotiates and Solves Differences

Jamil MahuadDr. Jamil Mahuad served as President of Ecuador from August 1998 to January 2000, capping a career of nearly 20 years in Ecuadorian politics , which included two terms as Mayor of Quito and member of the National Congress. His experiences, have led him to a second career of scholarship and teaching on the challenges of governing struggling democracies in the age of globalization. He has served as a Fellow at three units of Harvard University—the Center for Public Leadership at the Kennedy School of Government, the Institute of Politics, and the Program on Negotiation at the Harvard Law School.

Today, he is a Senior advisor of CMI International Group and a Consultant and Trainer on Negotiations and conflict Resolution.

Mahuad holds a Masters of Public Administration from Harvard, as well as a JD from the Catholic University of Ecuador. He actually serves as a Visiting Professor in Political Science and a Visiting Fellow at The Kellogg Institute for International Studies at the University of Notre Dame,in 1999 nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize