Miki S. Noguchi is a connector... of dots, people, and ideas. She focuses on the risks and opportunities at the intersection of global business, security, and development. Miki helps entrepreneurs and organizations think creatively about responsible policy and program design, investment, and engagement to promote stabilizing growth in emerging and frontier markets. She is also a senior consultant at impl.project, which provides data-driven solutions for international development and stability. Miki holds a Master of Public Administration in Development Practice from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs and a BA in International Service from The American University in Washington, DC.
Carol Marie Tuite helps organizations to develop content and thought leadership on business trends and policy issues, design strategies to communicate their best thinking, and create programs to drive learning and collaboration. Carol draws on fifteen years of experience at a top-tier management consulting firm. She also co-leads Fly Female Founders, a learning and networking organization that fosters women's entrepreneurship. Carol earned a Master of International Affairs degree from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs with a focus on international security policy and conflict resolution. Previously, she studied international development at New York University.