Ed Hughes, Clinton Foundation

TITLE: Deputy Director, Clinton Global Initiative

FUNDING AREAS: Climate change

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PROFILE: Ed Hughes has been with the Clinton Foundation since 2004, and has been active from the very start of the Clinton Global Initiative. He now serves as the program's deputy director. His official bio from the foundation reads:

As deputy director and program director of CGI, Ed Hughes is responsible for program development for all CGI meetings. He joined CGI as program director in 2004 to work on the initial creation of the project within the Clinton Foundation. Born in New York City and raised in Evanston, Illinois, Hughes graduated from Bates College in 1992. He served in the Clinton Administration from 1994 to 2001, initially in the Counsel's Office, the White House's in-house legal department. He then transferred to the White House Office of Advance, serving as associate director of advance. In 2001, Hughes moved to New York City, initially to work on a City Council campaign, and subsequently on the staffs of New York City Council Members Eric Gioia (2002 – 2003) and Speaker Gifford Miller (2003 – 2004).

Julian Jaeger, Clinton Foundation

TITLE: Director of Partnerships, Clinton Global Initiative

FUNDING AREAS: Climate change

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PROFILE: Julian Jaeger joined the Clinton Foundation in 2012 as its Director of Partnerships for the Clinton Global Initiative. His official foundation bio states:

Julian Jaeger brings to CGI over fifteen years of global experience, including 10 years developing partnerships with organizations in North America and around the world. As director of partnerships, Jaeger is responsible for developing and managing relationships between CGI and its strategic partners. Before joining CGI, Jaeger headed both partnership development and business development for North America at the World Economic Forum. He held these roles for over nine years and worked out of both the Geneva and the New York offices. Prior to his time with the Forum, he worked for seven years at the United Nations' World Intellectual Property Organization with the Office of Management, Budget, and Control. Jaeger holds both a master's and a bachelor's in business administration from the International University in Geneva, Switzerland.

Jaeger is also currently an advisory board member for zkipster and Box.org.

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