Mohamed El Baradei
Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei "is the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), an intergovernmental organization that is part of the United Nations system. He was appointed to the office effective 1 December 1997, and reappointed to a third term in September 2005.
"From 1984, Dr. ElBaradei was a senior staff member of the IAEA Secretariat, holding a number of high-level policy positions, including that of the Agency´s Legal Adviser and subsequently the Assistant Director General for External Relations...
"During his career as diplomat, international civil servant and scholar, Dr. ElBaradei has become closely familiar with the work and processes of international organizations, particularly in the fields of international peace and security and international development. He has lectured widely in the fields of international law, international organizations, arms control and the peaceful uses of nuclear energy, and is the author of various articles and books on these subjects. He belongs to a number of professional associations, including the International Law Association and the American Society of International Law.
"In October 2005, Dr. ElBaradei and the IAEA were jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize "for their efforts to prevent nuclear energy from being used for military purposes and to ensure that nuclear energy for peaceful purposes is used in the safest possible way." In its citation, the Norwegian Nobel Committee referred to the IAEA´s work as being of "incalculable importance", and referred to Dr. ElBaradei as an "unafraid advocate" of new measures to strengthen the nuclear non-proliferation regime.
"Dr. ElBaradei has received multiple other awards for his work as a public servant and as an advocate of tolerance, humanity and freedom. These include:
- the Indira Gandhi Peace Prize
- the Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Medal;
- the James Park Morton Interfaith Award;
- the Academy of Achievement Golden Plate Award]];
- the Raymond "Jit" Trainor Award from Georgetown University for distinction in the conduct of diplomacy;
- the Karlsruhe "Mund Auf" award; and
- the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) Human Security Award; and
- Honorary Patron of the Philosophical Society, Trinity College, University of Dublin." 
- 2007 winner of the Centre of Peace and Multiethnic Cooperation peace award
- Prize Committee member, Mo Ibrahim Foundation 
- Trustee, American University in Cairo 
- Advisory Board, SUNSGLOW
- Former Board member, International Crisis Group ("Mr. ElBaradei suspended his membership from the Board of Crisis Group concurrent with his January 2011 return to Egypt.") 
- Maidhc Ó Cathail, "ElBaradei: Soros’s Man in Cairo", Dissident Voice, February 12, 2011.