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- Mary Beth Goodman Senior Director for Development and Democracy, National Security Council
- Paul O'Brien Vice President for Policy and Campaigns, Oxfam America
- Tom Hart U.S. Executive Director, ONE
- Amar Bhattacharya Senior Fellow, Global Economy and Development Program, Brookings Institution; Former Director, Group of 24
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