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OUR TEAM - SENIOR INTERNATIONAL ADVISERS

Scott C. Calahan

Scott Calahan, founder and former CEO of Boston Portfolio Advisors, Inc., based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, provides Global Communicators professional staff and clients with perspectives on matters related to the financial services industry as well as general guidance on global economic aspects of our client work. He founded Boston Portfolio Advisors in 1979 and served as CEO until 2008. With over 30 years of experience in asset management, asset evaluation, risk management, mortgage finance, auto finance, education finance, structured finance and capital markets, and related areas, Scott provides GC and its clients with essential financial insights during this period of global economic challenges. He is chairman of BPA Credit Corp. and a director of several privately held companies. Scott is a member of the board of directors and chairman of the finance committee of the Copenhagen Consensus Center USA, a GC client. He is also chairman of the TERI Plan Trust Advisory Committee and a member of the Finance Advisory Board of the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Business. He holds a bachelorís degree in finance from Pennsylvania State University, an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh, and engaged in Ph.D. studies in operations research at Case Western Reserve University.


Frederick Campbell

As a Senior International Adviser to Global Communicators, Fred Campbell brings the marketing and communications expertise of 35 years as an advertising, public relations and entertainment executive as well as an author of articles and screenplays. For the past 15 years, Mr. Campbell has headed Image Communications, creating and marketing prestige entertainment projects for world distribution. In his early years, Mr. Campbell was with CBS Television. He has produced television programs for 20th Century Fox, NBC, and BBC.

Lee W. Huebner, Ph.D.

Lee Huebner brings to the Global Communicators Board of Senior International Advisers a lifetime of high-level international media, political and academic experience. He has been Director of the School of Media and Public Affairs at the George Washington University since 2006. He previously served as Professor of Communication Studies and Journalism at Northwestern University. From 1979-1993 he was Publisher and CEO of the Paris-based International Herald Tribune. Mr. Huebner also worked as Deputy Director of the White House Writing and Research Staff during the Nixon administration, coming to that position from the presidency of the Ripon Society, a research organization which he helped to found. A former President of the American University of Paris, he has chaired the Center for the Study of International Communications in Paris, the American Chamber of Commerce in France and the European Council of American Chambers of Commerce. He has been a board member for media companies in Hong Kong and East Africa and works as an advisor to the Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development.

Maximilian Ullmann

Mr. Ullmann has over thirty-five years of experience in international business and marketing, technology transfer, and government relations in Europe, the United States, the Middle-East, Africa, Asia, and around the world. In addition to his work with Global Communicators, Mr. Ullmann represents clients in dealings with The World Bank, International Finance Corporation, InterAmerican Development Bank, and other international finance institutions. Mr. Ullmann also served as manager of Far East and Pacific Distributors operations for EXXON Corporation. In this post Max found himself deeply involved inter-relating with various Asian governments and working closely with local officials. For sixteen years Mr. Ullmann served as senior executive for the FIAT Group, Italyís largest private industrial corporation. In 1989, he was appointed Vice President of Defense Systems, at FIATís Washington, DC office, following various managing positions in the Defense Vehicle Division of IVECO, FIATís industrial and military vehicles arm, including establishment of their Middle-East operations in Dubai, UAE. Mr. Ullmann studied psychology and sociology at the Universities of Geneva, Switzerland, and Tuebingen, Germany.