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- Ron Waldman Dr. Waldman is the Coordinator of US government Medical and Health Emergency Response located in Haiti (USAID).
- Carolyn Miles Chief Operating Officer and Executive VP for Save the Children.
- James Kimsey James V. Kimsey, Chairman of the International Commission on Missing Persons, Chairman Emeritus of Refugees International. Founding CEO & Chairman Emeritus of America Online, Inc.
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