David E. Morey

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David E. Morey, "founder, President, and Chief Executive Officer of DMG, Inc., and partner in Core Strategy Group, is one of the leading strategic communications consultants in America. Prior to establishing DMG, Inc. and Core Strategy Group, he was Director of International Affairs and Special Advisor to the Chairman at J.E. Seagram & Sons, Inc. He is currently Adjunct Professor of International Affairs at Columbia University, specializing in media and politics. Recently, Mr. Morey served as a Chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations' Task Force on Public Diplomacy. And he is co-author of the award-winning book, The Underdog Advantage: Using the Power of Insurgent Strategy to Put Your Business On Top (McGraw-Hill).

"Over the years, Mr. Morey has worked with a number of foreign candidates, parties and governments including: Colombian President Virgilio Barco; Philippine President Corazon Aquino; Russian President Boris Yeltsin and The Dalai Lama. In 1997, he advised the winning presidential campaign of Kim Dae Jung, the first opposition leader to be elected in Korean history. Subsequently, he was an advisor to the Government of Korea during its financial crisis and recovery. Recently, Mr. Morey advised the successful campaigns of Chen Shui-bian, whose victory represented the first peaceful transfer of power to an opposition party in Chinese history, Vicente Fox, Mexico's first successful opposition presidential candidate in 70 years and South Korea's Roh Moo Hyun.

"In the course of corporate work, Mr. Morey has advised senior officers in a number of Fortune 100 entities. He has developed international business, marketing and communications strategy for Arnold & Porter, Avant!, Bancomer, Verizon, The Coca-Cola Company, Cytogen, J.E. Seagram & Sons, KPMG, McDonald's, Microsoft, Multinational Strategies, News Corp., Nike, Omnium Communications, Procter & Gamble, Disney, Reebok, Therapeutic Systems, Inc., Visa, Ernst & Young, Allied Domecq, Hughes Space and Communications, CBIZ, Newbridge Capital, Texas Pacific Group, SynData, ICG and a range of venture capital projects.

"Mr. Morey also was Foreign Policy Advisor to U.S. Senator John Glenn and a journalist in Eastern Europe and the Middle East.

"He studied at the Wharton School and Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School, and was a Paul P. Harris scholar at the London School of Economics, where he received his Master's Degree with High Distinction. He is widely published and has helped edit major books on a range of issues involving international politics, business and media.

"Mr. Morey serves on a number of corporate and public sector boards and is Vice Chairman of the Fund For Peace. He was four-time All-American Decathlon competitor, IC4A Champion and a member of several U.S. national teams.“ [1]

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