Anne Mai is the Chair of Network 20/20 Board of Directors. She was born and raised in North Carolina, is a graduate of Duke University, a former social worker and a New Yorker most of the time since l968. She has for many years been involved in various forms of community service –most particularly in Fountain House, a community for people with mental illness where she has been on the board for 14 years, several of those as chair. Her past board involvements include the Foundation Board of National Public Radio, Planned Parenthood of Nassau County and Armitage Gone!, a modern dance company. She is married to Vincent Mai and has three children and five grandchildren.
Courtney Doggart is a member of Network 20/20. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in History from New York University and her Master of International Affairs from Columbia University, where she focused on energy policy and Russia and Eurasia. Ms. Doggart has worked on civilian diplomacy in New York, researched civil society development in Turkey, energy laws in Georgia, and managed education and culture programs in Turkmenistan. Her past employers include the U.S. State Department, Network 20/20, and Endurant Energy. She was a 2005-06 Fulbright Student Scholar in Istanbul and the recipient of The Network 20/20 Ted Sorensen Award in 2012. Ms. Doggart currently is Associate Director, Global Communications and Media Relations, Council on Foreign Relations. She speaks English and Russian.
Filip Sasic is Network 20/20’s Iran Project Coordinator. He was born and raised in Croatia where he was a member of the Croatian Water Polo Junior National team. He graduated from St. Francis College, New York with a B.A. in International Culture Studies with a minor in Political Science and Italian. While completing his education at St. Francis College, he was the captain of the Water Polo team. He has traveled extensively throughout Europe and the U.S. He is fluent in Croatian and Italian and has studied Arabic. He has been part of Network 20/20’s staff for the past three years working on international bridge building and cultural exchanges.
Arthur Sculley serves on the Advisory Council of Network 20/20. He is a Senior Fellow at Tufts University, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Center for Emerging Markets Enterprises. He spent 25 years at JP Morgan (1970-1995) as a banker in corporate banking, corporate finance and asset management in Hong Kong, Singapore, London and New York. He was a Managing Director 1987-1995 and member of Senior Management 1991-1995 while also CEO of JP Morgan’s Private Bank. From 1983-86 he was Head of Morgan’s Middle East and South Asia Department. After JP Morgan, he co-founded two technology companies (IntraLinks in NY and CreditTrade in London).
Martin Trautmann is a Network 20/20 Board Member. He is the Director in the Life Sciences practice at Navigant Consulting, a publicly traded consulting firm. In his role, Martin advises biopharmaceutical companies on their business development needs and helps commercialize biopharmaceutical products. His work is international in nature and has taken him to various locations in Europe, Asia and the Americas.
Hope B. Winthrop
Hope Winthrop is an Adjunct Professor of Law at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law where she teaches mediation in the Cardozo Kukin Program for Conflict Resolution. In addition, she is a mentor at Columbia Law School for students in the Mediation Seminar.
Ms. Winthrop has been involved with mediation since 1991 and has been an active mediator in the New York Supreme Court, the Manhattan Civil Court, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission EEOC, The New York Civilian Complaint Review Board (disputes between civilians and the police), the New York State Unified Court System’s pilot program for mediation in The Surrogate’s Court, and the New York State Dept. of Human Rights. Prior to her career in mediation, Ms. Winthrop worked as a lawyer in the field of legal and government relations, first in high technology and then aviation. She graduated Cum Laude from Harvard College and Boston University School of Law.