Frank Vogl

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Frank Vogl "is a co-founder of Transparency International, a member of the TI Advisory Council and he served three terms as Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors (1993-2002). Frank, born in the U.K. and resident in Washington in the U.S., is President of Vogl Communications, Inc and Publisher of

"He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Ethics Resource Center and a member of the Fellows Program of the Ethics Resource Center; a Trustee of the Committee for Economic Development and a member of its corporate governance working group; a member of the International Advisory Council of the New Israel Fund; and a member of the 'Wisemen' - an organization of U.S. public relations' industry leaders.

"A graduate of Leeds University in the U.K., Frank was an economics correspondent for Reuters in London and Brussels, then European Business Correspondent of The Times (London) based in Frankfurt and from 1974-1981 he served as U.S. Economics Correspondent of The Times. From 1981-1990 he served as Director of Information & Public Affairs of the World Bank and as the chief press advisor to the President of the Bank. He has lectured and written extensively on international economics, ethics and corruption.

"Frank Vogl was elected as a Member of the Board of Directors of TI at the Annual General Meeting in Berlin, 12- 13 November 2005.“ [1]

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  1. Directors, Partnership for Transparency Fund, accessed October 28, 2008.

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