The Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy
Board of Directors
AMBASSADOR JOHN W. MCDONALD- CHAIRMAN AND CEO
Ambassador John W. McDonald is a lawyer, diplomat, former international civil servant, development expert and peacebuilder, concerned about world social, economic and ethnic problems. He spent twenty years of his career in Western Europe and the Middle East and worked for sixteen years on United Nations economic and social affairs. Read more…
Mr. Colletta spent 25 years with the World Bank and was the founding Director of the post-conflict unit at the World Bank Group. He is a private consultant working internationally in the field of Conflict Resolution.
Mr. Colosi is a professional Dispute Resolution Trainer, Facilitator, and Mediator.
He is currently the Principal of The Colosi Group.
Ambassador Fritsche is the first resident Ambassador of Liechtenstein in Washington. She also served as the Permanent Representative of the Principality of Liechtenstein to the United Nations in New York from 1990 to 2002.
Dr. Fuller is the current Chief Diversity Consultant for the US Department of Veterans Affairs and was the former Director of Workforce Diversity for Johns Hopkins Hospital. He holds graduate degrees in education, leadership and business ethics and is a retired US Army Major with 26 years of military service with the Army and Marines.
RUKUDZO JOSEPH MURAPA
Dr. Murapa is the Vice Chancellor of Africa University in Zimbabwe. Professor Murapa has undertaken a number of short-term consulting assignments with UNESCO, UNICEF, UNDP, the World Bank, the Commonwealth Secretariat, USAID and GTZ.
Dr. Brian Polkinghorn, associate professor of conflict resolution and executive director of the Center for Conflict Resolution at Salisbury University.
Mrs. Shearhouse provides facilitation, mediation and training in conflict resolution processes through her own firm, Frameworks for Agreement.
Mr. Godfrey has 25 years of international development experience in Africa, Latin America, and Eastern Europe. He has directed programs in sustainable community development, water supply, environmental sanitation and natural resources conservation, civil society, and disaster preparedness and humanitarian response. He currently oversees DAI’s Managing African Conflict contract and two associated projects: conflict prevention, mitigation, and response in East and Southern Africa and the Liberia Community Infrastructure Project.