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- Michael Shifter Vice President for Policy at Inter-American Dialogue; and Adjunct Professor, Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service
- Roberto Izurieta Director of Latin American Projects, Graduate School of Political Management, The George Washington University; consultant to officials in Ecuador, Mexico, and other nations;
- Hermann von Gersdorff Chilean national; Sector Leader of Human Development for the World Bank office in Argentina
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