WEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow/1995

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Membership• Abdul Razak Baginda
• Miguel Aleman Magnani
• Andres Allamand
• Paul G. Allen
• Robert E. Andrews
• Husodo Angkosubroto
• Praphant Asava-Aree
• Ashutosh Dayal
• Steven Anthony Ballmer
• Alicia Barcena Ibarra
• Eric A. Benhamou
• Nils Björkman
• Jonathan Bloomer
• Oleg Boiko
• Steve Case
• Binod K. Chaudhary
• Barry Cheung
• Cho Soo-Ho
• Amr A. Al Dabbagh
• Hasan Ali Darwish
• Gabor Demszky
• Hashim S. Djojohadikusumo
• Philippe Douste-Blazy
• Audette Exel
• Fan Gang
• Amir Al Farman-Farma
• José María Figueres
• Robert J. Fisher
• William Clay Ford
• Lynn Forester
• Stephen Frater
• Thomas L. Friedman
• Ashutosh Garg
• Dionisio Garza-Medina
• Carlos Goshn
• Roger Gruben
• Halim Saad
• Rupert Howell
• Hayono Isman
• Kevin J. Jenkins
• Jean-Claude Juncker
• Ajay Kalsi
• Rima Khalaf Hunaidi
• Salman Khursheed
• Takeshi Kohjima
• Paul Krugman
• André Kudelski
• Ottmar C. Küsel
• Barbara Kux
• David Lim Tik-En
• Lu Jian
• Nadezhda Lukiyanova
• Vijay Mallya
• Roberto Maroni
• Tito Mboweni
• Judith McGrath
• Wycliffe Musalia Mudavadi
• Michael R. Nelson
• Robert Ng
• Philip Ng Chee Tat
• Mary Ng Thow Hing
• Pedro Noyola
• Michael O'Brien
• William G. O'Chee
• Denis Olivennes
• Molly Harriss Olson
• Timothy Ong Teck Mong
• Kongkiat Opaswongkarn
• Waldemar Pawlak
• Nigel Playford
• Sheri Poe
• Tahar Rahmani
• Hartley T. Richardson
• Jozsef Rotyis
• Jeffrey D. Sachs
• Anthoni Salim
• Sima Samar
• Fredrik Sandelin
• Richard L. Scott
• Mbhazima Shilowa
• Carlos Moreira da Silva
• Vasili V.Soldatov
• Jost Stollmann
• Jeffrey P. Sudikoff
• Sadanand B. Sule
• Sun Chanthol
• Akihiko Tanaka
• Hamad Bin Jassim Bin Thani
• Tian Yuan
• Dmitry V. Vasiliev
• Cher Wang
• Wang Boming
• Wei Wen Yuan
• Pippa Wicks
• Christian Wulff
• Francis Yeoh Sock Ping
• Jochen Zeitz
• Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala
WEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow 1995

This page lists the known WEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow of 1995. The previous year's cadre is listed at WEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow/1994, the next as WEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow/1996.


The list of participants in the World Economic Forum's Global Leaders for Tomorrow program for the year 1995 has been removed from their website, but possible to find in archived form. [1] The WEF does not always publish all the names.

Selected Examples

Jean-Claude Juncker, Head of the European Commission 2014-19

"We decide something, then put it in the air and wait a while to see what happens. If there is no great shouting and no uprisings, because most people do not even understand what has been decided, then we will continue - step by step, until there is no turning back."


Known members

13 of the 98 of the members already have pages here:

Andrés AllamandWEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow/1995. By 2020 Foreign Minister of Chile.
Jaime Augusto Miranda Zóbel de AyalaFilipino businessman from the prominent Zóbel de Ayala family and a WEF stalwart.
Oleg BoykoWEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow/1995. Starting his career on the Soviet black market and as a "banker" in the chaotic 1990s Russia, Boyko became one of the privileged few to operate monopoly Russian state run lotteries.
Philippe Douste-BlazyFrench Health and Foreign Minister - arrested in Morocco on suspicion of underage prostitution.
Thomas FriedmanCFR, TLC, two Bilderbergs
Paul Krugman
André KudelskiBilderberg Steering Committee businessman
Denis OlivennesFrench media manager.
José María Figueres OlsenSon of another President of Costa Rica, this one was a Global Leader for Tomorrow in 1995
Lynn Forester de RothschildMember of the Rothschild family and leading member of deep state networks
Jeffrey SachsWorked on the privatisation of Russia
Akihiko TanakaJapanese deep state actor, GLT 1995, Trilateral Commission/Asia Pacific Chairman
Christian WulffWEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow/1995. President of Germany from 2010 to 2012, when he resigned, facing the prospect of prosecution for allegations of corruption.