Founder and Co-Chair
Mr. Chernin is Founder and CEO of The Chernin Group (TCG), which manages, operates and invests in businesses in the media, entertainment and technology sectors. TCG’s portfolio includes Chernin Entertainment, a film and television production company. Mr. Chernin is former President and COO of News Corp and CEO of the Fox Group.
Mr. Combe serves as Chairman of Combe Incorporated, a manufacturer and marketer of health and beauty care products, such as Vagisil, Just For Men, Aqua Velva, Lectric Shave, Brylcreem, and Sea-Bond.
Mr. Chambers is the UN Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Health in Agenda 2030 and for Malaria and a philanthropist and humanitarian who has directed most of his efforts towards children. In 2011, he was recognized as a “TIME 100 Most Influential Person” for his philanthropic work.
Mr. Bridgeland is CEO of Civic Enterprises, former Director of the White House Domestic Policy Council under President Bush and a Member of the White House Council for Community Solutions under President Obama. Bridgeland co-led the White House Summit on Malaria, was founding CEO and is currently Vice Chairman of Malaria No More.
Dick Costolo is the CEO of Chorus Fitness, a startup that is reimagining the path to personal fitness. He is also a Mentor at Index Ventures. Costolo was most recently CEO of Twitter from 2010 to 2015. The former improv comedian has been a consultant on HBO’s “Silicon Valley” and holds a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Michigan.
Chief Executive Officer
Martin Edlund is a founding member and CEO of Malaria No More. During his tenure, he has implemented high-profile engagement campaigns as Chief Marketing Officer and been instrumental in shaping the narrative of the complex and evolving issue of malaria for leadership audiences across the globe, beginning with his work around the White House Summit on Malaria.
Mr. Ginsberg is EVP, Corporate Marketing and Communications at Time Warner and works with the Company's senior management team and top executives at its operating divisions on a wide range of corporate matters, with direct responsibility for the Time Warner’s marketing and communications initiatives. Previously, Ginsberg was the EVP of Global Marketing and Corporate Affairs at News Corp.
Ms. Henderson is the EVP and Chief Communications Officer for 21st Century Fox, where she is responsible for managing the Company’s reputation, globally, among its key stakeholder groups. As the chief spokesperson for the Company, Henderson leads all global corporate affairs and social impact initiatives, and works across the company’s television, film, sports and news businesses.
Kieran Murphy is President and CEO of GE Healthcare, a $18 billion business unit of General Electric that provides transformational medical technologies and solutions to the global healthcare industry. GE Healthcare supports customers in over 100 countries with a broad range of services and systems, from diagnostic imaging and healthcare IT through to molecular diagnostics and life-sciences.
Born in Senegal, N'Dour is a politician, singer, composer, bandleader and producer. Named "African Artist of the Century" by the English publication Roots, A Grammy Winner and “TIME 100 Most Influential Person,” N'Dour has made mbalax famous throughout the world. In 2010, he ran for President of Senegal and served as Minister of Culture and Tourism.
Mr. Regan is Chairman of rideshare company UZURV and CEO of Pacific Compass Ventures, an investment consultancy. Previously, Reagan served as EVP, Global Public Policy at 21st Century Fox where he led Fox’s Washington DC office
Rich Verma is Vice Chairman and Partner at The Asia Group, a leading strategic and business advisory firm headquartered in Washington DC. He previously served as the U.S. Ambassador to India from 2014 to 2017, where he led one of the largest U.S. diplomatic missions and championed historic progress in bilateral cooperation on defense, trade, and clean energy.