Tom Schaub

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Tom Schaub "is a Founder and Managing Partner of CMPartners. In his private practice, Tom works with global leaders in defense, finance, consumer goods, and energy. Recent projects have included advising on a multi-billion dollar hydrocarbon alliance, labor-management relation policy in a Gulf State, and developing a comparative market advantage in a leading consumer goods sales organization. He has served previously as adjunct faculty to the IBM Executive Consulting Institute.

"Tom's public practice centers on leadership capacity building, education, and direct strategic assistance. He currently works with the World Bank, various parties to the conflict in Kashmir, and The American University in Beirut (AUB). In the past decade, he has led projects with the UN Special Envoy for Peace to Burundi, The Office of the President of Sri Lanka, the Organization of African Unity (OAU), the Foreign Ministry of the People's Republic of China, The National University of Singapore's Schools of Business and Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, The Dubai Institute for Human Resources Development, the World Health Organization (WHO), among others.

"First as a Teaching Fellow and later as a colleague, Tom worked with Prof. Emeritus Roger Fisher at Harvard, where he received the Danforth Award for teaching excellence. Before forming CMPartners, Tom held both the Africa and Asia Directorships with Conflict Management Group (CMG). Earlier, he worked in international relief and development with the UN, USAID and CRS in Central and East Africa.

"Tom earned a BA from the University of Minnesota and a MPP from Harvard's Kennedy School. " [1]

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  1. Tom Schaub, CMPartners, accessed April 8, 2010.