Mr. Granoff is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Pomona Capital, an international private equity investment company with approximately $8.5 billion under management. Prior to his business career, Mr. Granoff served on the staff of the U.S. House of Representatives Appropriations Subcommittee on Foreign Operations. He was a member of the 1992 Presidential Transition Team of the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Mr. Granoff was appointed by President Clinton to the Board of the Albanian-American Enterprise Fund, a U.S. government-sponsored private sector development initiative, where he serves as Chairman. He is a recipient of the Order of Skanderbeg Medal and the Order of Mother Teresa Medal from the President of Albania. Mr. Granoff is a member of the Council of Foreign Relations where he serves on the Finance Committee, a director of the Grameen Bank US and a Trustee of the Hanadiv Rothschild Foundation. Mr. Granoff received a JD from Georgetown University and a BA from the University of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Scaglione is a former Vice President of the International Department of Chase Manhattan Bank responsible for its Western European Institutional business. He founded Intercontinental Associates, Inc., from which he is retired. Mr. Scaglione was appointed as Chairman of the Board by President Bill Clinton to the Board of the Albanian-American Enterprise Fund. He is also the founder of the Albanian Children Fund in New York and the Albanian Children Foundation in Albania. He has been awarded with the “Order of Mother Teresa Medal” by President Rexhep Meidani in 2000 and the “Order of Skanderbeg Medal” by President Bujar Nishani in 2013.
Ms. Adler is the Director of the East-West Parliamentary Practice Project (EWPPP), an independent non-profit organization headquartered in Amsterdam. The EWPPP has developed and implemented capacity building programs for parliaments and civil society organizations in emerging democracies throughout Eastern/Southeastern Europe and Eurasia since its establishment in 1990. She is an Adjunct Professor at Webster University in Leiden, and serves on the boards of several nonprofits, including the Netherlands-America Fulbright Program. Ms. Adler is the recipient of the Albanian Medal of Appreciation from the President of Albania as well as the Hungarian Cross of Honor. Ms. Adler received a JD from Georgetown University and a BA from Rutgers University.
Ms. Blane is a retired Foreign Service Officer with extensive experience in working with emerging democracies. She served as the USAID Mission Director to Albania from 1992 to 1998. In April 1998, she was awarded the Order of the Grand Master of Labor by the Government of Albania. Then in September 2015, she was awarded the Order of Skanderbeg Knight by the Government of Albania.
Mr. Boga is a senior executive with over thirty years of experience in public accounting, banking, software technology, not-for-profits, investments, and real estate. His experience includes employment with KPMG, LBS Bank-New York (Subsidiary of Ljubljanska Banka) and Oracle Financial Services Software Inc. Mr. Boga has been a visible leader in the Albanian Diaspora, is the Founder and Chairman of the Albanian-American Cultural Foundation, and has served on the Boards of various community organizations. Currently, he serves on the Board of International e-Hospital Foundation and EDEN II School for Autistic Children.
Mr. Carlston was the co-founder of Broderbund Software in 1980, a leading publisher of productivity and educational software, and served as CEO (1991-96) and Chairman of the Board (1981-98). He currently serves as CEO of Tawala Systems, an Internet technology company he founded in 2005. Mr. Carlston also serves on several boards, including Internews, the Albanian-American Enterprise Fund, the Ploughshares Fund, Dominican University, Salzburg Global Seminar, and the Long Now Foundation. He is an active member of the NOVA Science Visiting Council, the Committee on University Resources of Harvard University, the International Council of National Geographic and the Board of Advisors of Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. He previously served on the Board of Directors of the American Bank of Albania (2000-2008), Belo Corp. (2007-8), Public Radio International (1997- 2009, Chairman 2004-09) and the Santa Fe Institute (1996-2005). He is also past Chairman and President of the Software Publishers Association. Mr. Carlston received his B.A. magna cum laude from Harvard College in 1970 and his J.D. from Harvard Law School in 1975. He is also the author of five published books.
Mr. Duffy is a retired partner of the law firm of Cravath, Swaine & Moore and a successful author. He is a Life Trustee of the New York Public Library, and on the Board of Directors of the Commonweal Foundation, the Baryshnikov Arts Center and the School of American Ballet. Mr. Duffy received his B.A. from Princeton University and his LL. B from Harvard Law School.
Mr. Cami is a partner at Davis Polk. From 2010 to 2016, he was a partner and General Counsel at TPG. From 2000 until he joined TPG in 2010, Mr. Cami was partner at the law firm, Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP, in New York City, where his practice was focused on mergers & acquisitions, leveraged transactions and general corporate and board advice. From 1994 through 2000, Mr. Cami was an associate in the New York and London offices of Cravath. Prior to that, Mr. Cami served as law clerk to the Honorable Kevin Thomas Duffy of the Southern District of New York, during which time Judge Duffy presided over the first World Trade Center bombing criminal case. Mr. Cami graduated with honors from Harvard University and earned his J.D., with order of the coif honors from Rutgers Law School.