GenYize is short for "Generation Wise". We are a global platform & advocacy clearinghouse that empowers citizens to reach their full potential and to transform their local communities through industry, commerce, technology and trade. We do this by developing and managing programs in vocational training, healthcare, education, housing and more. In the long-term, GenYize’s vision is to augment and sustain a larger and prosperous middle class around the world, through its programming and investment in human capital.
GenYize is aligned with the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and achieves its mission vis-à-vis the Global Goals through membership in the UN Global Compact.
"Capital is being superseded by creativity and the ability to innovate, and therefore by human talents, as the most important factors of production.
If talent is becoming the decisive competitive factor, we can be confident in stating that capitalism is being replaced by ‘talentism.’ Just as capital replaced manual trades during the process of industrialization, capital is now giving way to human talent."
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Becky Graham is the Founder & CEO of GenYize. Prior to GenYize, Graham spent a decade working in communications and marketing. Becky was a founding director of strategic integration and communications for Kratos Infrastructure, an infrastructure development firm, and completed a year-long project management fellowship with Faithful+Gould, a world-leading integrated project and programme management consultancy. She has also worked as a freelance marketing consultant and as a journalist. From 2008-2011, Graham worked as on-air reporter/fill-in anchor for NBC affiliate 14 WFIE.
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Tom Gaillard serves as the Chief Operating Officer of GenYize. Tom is an experienced executive leader who leverages his strategic knowledge of marketing, technology and omni-channel communications to create innovative data driven solutions that have enabled Fortune 500 companies to achieve outstanding results. He has led the development of industry leading systems and marketing programs for customer identification, personalization, engagement, loyalty, digital interaction and marketing content delivery. Possesses more than 25 years combining data, predictive analytics and best-in-class technology to deliver digital marketing solutions.
Alan McArthur has spent more than 30 years in the Energy and Education space. Previously, he served the UK Trade & Investment as a recognised expert in international educational training and skills development, appointed to the British High Commission in Asia Pacific to advance education and training across the region. Following this attachment, Alan became the Regional International Trade Adviser specialising on Education & Training and then International Business Specialist for UKTI’s Education and Skills Sector.
Willi Lauterbach has more than 40 years of entrepreneurial leadership experience in the finance and implementation of infrastructure development internationally. Through the facilitation of strategic alliances, tactical land acquisition and innovative financing, he has implemented large infrastructure projects in partnership with a wide variety of institutions, and forged relationships with partners in Asia and Asia Minor, Central and South America, Europe, Russia, Eastern Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.
Burrell Saunders is the Chief Architect & EVP Architectural Design at Lyall Design with more than 30 years of experience in planning and designing vibrant, livable, mixed-use urban centers and communities, Burrell specialized in public private partnerships throughout the country. He has taken on the role of advisor as well as architect through collaborations with developers and city managements by helping bring prosperous livelihood to a community’s vision. He has planned and designed seven major town centers in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and throughout the United States.
Craig Quigley is a retired Navy Rear Admiral who has spent nearly three decades in uniform and seven years as a senior executive with Lockheed Martin. Craig has significant experience with government at all levels, maintains a particular focus on Washington, DC. and strategic global developments, and is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy
Ana C. Rold serves as the Chief Communications and Marketing Officer. Previously, Rold was the Founder and CEO of media conglomerate Medauras Global, which owns Diplomatic Courier, a magazine and global media network. Rold is also the Host of the World in 2050, a futuristic virtual think tank focused on global megatrends. Since 2009 Rold has served as the Editor-in-Chief of the annual leadership publications of the G7 (formerly the G8), G20/ B20, and APEC Summits. In tandem with her publishing and editorial work, Rold has taught Comparative Politics and Political Science at Northeastern University’s College of Professional Studies since 2006 maintaining the position of Adjunct Faculty. At Northeastern, she has also served as Director of the Cyprus Program and co-Director for the Egypt Program for Northeastern’s Dialogue of Civilizations Initiative.
Ken Griffin was Commercial Director at AT&T, CIS in Moscow, Russia, responsible for all sales and marketing activities for AT&T in Russia. As Deputy General Director of Golden Telecom’s business unit in the former Soviet Union, he introduced telecom services into Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Georgia, Moldova, Armenia and Azerbaijan, and participated in the successful IPO of Golden Telecom on Nasdaq. As CEO of Impact Services Inc., a radioactive waste removal company, he oversaw business with the U.S. DOE, the U.S. D.O.D., and many large U.S. commercial power plants.