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“The Names of the People Killing Humanity” compiled by Dr David Martin.
1. Al Gore, Vice-President of the United States (1993-2001), Chairman and Co-Founder, Generation Investment Management LLP
2. Andre Hoffmann, Vice- Chairman, Roche
3. Angel Gurria, QECD
4. Bill Gates, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
5. Christine Lagarde, President European Central Bank
6. Chrystia Freeland, Deputy Prime Minister & Minister of Finance, Office of the Deputy Prime minister of Canada
7. David M. Rubenstein, Co-Founder and Co-Executive Chairman, Carlyle Group
8. Dustin Moskovitz, Open Philanthropy
9. Fabiola Gianotti, Director-General, European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN)
10. Feike Sybesma, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Royal Philips
11. H.M. Queen Rania Al Abdullah of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Queen of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Office of H.M Queen Rania Al Abdullah
12. Heizo Takenaka, Professor Emeritus, Keio University
13. Herman Gref, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board, Sberbank
14. Jim Hagemann Snabe,Chairman Siemens
15. Julie Sweet , Chief Executive Officer, Accenture
16. Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum
17. Kristalina Georgeva, Managing Director, International Monetary Fund (IMF)
18. L. Rafael Reif, President, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
19. Larry Page, Google
20. Laurence D Fink, Chair and Chief Executive Officer, BlackRock
21. Luis Alberto Moreno, Member of the Board of Trustees World Economic Forum
22. Marc Benioff, Chair and Chief Executive Officer, Salesforce
23. Mark Carney, United Nations Special Envoy for Climate Action and Finance, United Nations
24. Mark Schneider, Chief Executive Officer, Nestle
25. Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook
26. Mukesh D Ambani, Chairman and Managing Director of Reliance Industries
27. Orit Gadiesh, Chairman, Bain & Company
28. Patrice Motsepe, Founder and Executive Chairman, African Rainbow Minerals
29. Paula Ingabire, Minister of Information Technology and Innovation, Ministry of Information Communication Technology and Innovation of Rwanda
30. Peter Brabeck-Latmathe, Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees, World Economic Forum
31. Peter Maurer, President, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
32. Robert Mercer, Renaissance Fund
33. Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Senior Minister, Government of Singapore
34. Thomas Buberi, Chief Executive Officer, AXA
35. Yo-Yo Ma, Cellist
36. Zhu Min, Chairman, National Institute of Financial Research
The following is the bio of Dr David Martin who compiled the above list of the names of the people killing humanity.
Dr. David E. Martin is the Founder and Chairman of M·CAM Inc., the international leader in innovation finance, trade, and intangible asset finance. He is the developer of the first innovation-based quantitative index of public equities and is the Managing Partner of the Purple Bridge Funds. He is the creator of the world’s first quantitative public equity index – the CNBC IQ100 powered by M·CAM. Actively engaged in global ethical economic development, Dr. Martin’s work includes financial engineering and investment, public speaking, writing and providing financial advisory services to the majority of countries in the world. Dr. Martin is the architect and founder of the Global Innovation Commons and is the author of the international legal framework for the Heritable Knowledge Trust and Heritable Innovation Trust programs. He has pioneered global programs to bring corporate and stock market transparency to multi-national extractive industries and has been instrumental in repatriating value to countries which have been subject to corporate and financial abuses. His work on ethical engagement and stewardship of community and commons-based value interests is at the forefront of global financial innovation. Dr. Martin is a Batten Fellow at the University of Virginia’s Darden Graduate School of Business Administration. He served as Chair of Economic Innovation for the UN-affiliated Intergovernmental Renewable Energy Organization and has served as an advisor to numerous Central Banks, global economic forums, the World Bank and International Finance Corporation, and national governments.
A spokesperson for global financial and intangible asset accountability and quality reform, Dr. Martin has worked closely with the United States Congress and numerous trade and financial regulatory agencies in the United States, Europe, and Asia in advocating and deploying infrastructure to support growing reliance on contract and proprietary rights in business transactions. Under the leadership of Dr. Martin, M·CAM has supported the modernization of banking, intangible asset, tax, and accounting laws through its work with oversight agencies and policy makers.
Dr. Martin has founded several for-profit and not-for-profit companies and organizations and serves on several boards. He was a Co-Chair of the ADC (Australia Davos Connection) Forum’s Leadership Retreat and Critical Infrastructure and Cybersecurity Councils. He was the founding Director of Melbourne’s Centre of Applied Innovation. He served as Chairman and CEO of eSurface®. He was the founding CEO of Mosaic Technologies, Inc., a company that developed and commercialized technologies in advanced computational linguistics, dynamic data compression and encryption, electrical field transmission, medical diagnostics, and stealth/anechoic. He was a founding member of Japan’s Institute for Interface Science and Technology (IIST). He founded and served as Executive Director of the Charlottesville Venture Group. He has served as a board member for the Research Institute for Small and Emerging Business (Washington, D.C.), the Academy for Augmenting Grassroots Technological Innovations (India), the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce (Virginia), and the Charlottesville Industrial Development Agency (Virginia), Humanitad (U.K), Global Urban Development, and many other agencies dedicated to ethical human development. As international policy contributor, economist and futurist, Dr. Martin’s work at The Arlington Institute (U.S.) included accurately forecasting the global financial crisis of 2008 and working with the launch of Singapore’s Risk Assessment Horizon Scanning initiative.
Dr. Martin’s work as a Fellow of the Batten Institute at the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration at the University of Virginia and his related work at the Indian Institute for Management Ahmedabad, India, has brought unprecedented curricular focus to areas of intangible-asset risk management, finance, and accounting standards. In addition to his academic work, Dr. Martin has closely advised innovation-based finance and investment programs in India, Bermuda, Brazil, China, Denmark, the European Union, the United Kingdom, South Africa, the Islamic Republic of Iran, the United States, Mongolia, Egypt, Ecuador, Singapore, Germany, Slovenia, Vietnam, and the United Arab Emirates. He has served as the Constitutional and Economic advisor to the Autonomy Committee of East New Britain and New Ireland, Papua New Guinea and has worked with ethical trade frameworks for the Kingdom of Tonga, the Independent State of Samoa, Fiji, and Papua New Guinea.
His work has been the subject of two internationally awarded documentaries, Patent Wars which highlights his work on reform of the global innovation system and Future Dreaming: A Conversation with David Martin which is a dialogue about humanity and its optimal interaction in the universe. He has spoken at the United Nations General Assembly on citizen-led peacemaking initiatives and has been featured on Bloomberg television and HBO’s Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.
A speaker, author, business executive and futurist, Dr. Martin’s work has been engaged in every country on Earth. He works with his family in every endeavor of life. Together with his wife Kim, he directs the Breathing Enterprise workshops and facilitates implementation of Integral Accounting. Dr. Martin received his undergraduate (BA) from Goshen College, his Masters of Science from Ball State University, and his Doctorate (PhD) from the University of Virginia.
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