Brita L. Stevenson Price is Managing Director of G100 Talent Consortium. Prior to joining G100, she was Associate Director of Programming for the Health, Medicine, and Society Program at the Aspen Institute, where she was responsible for the development and execution of Aspen Ideas Festival Spotlight Health. During her tenure at the Aspen Institute, Brita created original program content and recruited thought leaders for the Aspen Ideas Festival, the premier gathering for leaders around the globe to engage in deep discussion of the ideas and issues that both shape our lives and challenge our times.
She also served as curator of global events for the Council of Women World Leaders, the world’s only network of current and former women presidents and prime ministers, producing convenings in the United States, Europe, and the Middle East. She finds energy at the nexus of global issues and healthcare and spent time working in Southeast Asia with landmine accident survivors to enable them to lead productive and meaningful lives.
Brita graduated cum laude from the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington, where she was President and Founder of AIESEC Seattle, a global platform for young people to explore and develop their leadership potential. Brita received her master’s degree in International Relations from Sciences Po in Paris. She is bilingual in French and has lived on three continents. Brita and her husband reside in Maryland.
|Alumni||University of Washington, Sciences Po|
|Affiliated Organizations||AIESEC Seattle, The Aspen Institute, European Union Visitor's Program, Junior League of Baltimore, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Roaring Fork Leadership|
Gaurdie E. Banister Jr. is the former president and CEO of Aera Energy LLC, one of the largest California and U.S. oil producers with production of over 130,000 barrels per day of production and operating over 14,000 wells. Gaurdie served as CEO from December 2007 to July 2015.
Inge Thulin began his career with 3M Europe in 1979, and assumed key roles in marketing, sales and management until 2003, when he was appointed 3M’s executive vice president for international operations. In 2011, Inge was named executive vice president and chief operating officer. In February 2012, Inge was appointed president and chief executive officer, with the subsequent addition of chairman of the board. Inge served as chairman, president and CEO until July 2018, when he became 3M’s executive chairman of the board. During Inge’s tenure as CEO, 3M’s market cap increased from $61 billion to $117 billion.
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