David P. Michaels

David, you must have the courage of your convictions even if it subjects you to unpopularity in certain sectors … and more so when you are proven correct.

(Professor Sir Alan Walters, former personal economic advisor to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher)

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David P. Michaels is the Founder and President of Humanity-Without-Borders Foundation.

He is the principal of David P. Michaels-Strategic Solutions, the economic and political strategists, and has over thirty-five years of experience as a personal advisor and mentor to Heads of State; Chairman, Presidents, and CEO’s of international entities. He is a consultant to major private sector corporations, governmental entities and political leaders on matters associated with business, economic and political restructuring, strategic problem resolution and the related financial and economic negotiations.

He has also advised law enforcement entities and litigation professionals on matters involving fraud, corruption, and illegal international transactions.

With a divergent problem solving capability and ability to synthesize highly complex issues into workable solutions, he has spearheaded dynamic and critical innovation in business, financial, and economic development. Notably, he is credited with a number of initiatives that substantially contributed to the sovereign debt restructuring during the late 1980’s, and of anticipating the concepts behind the Brady Plan and the Enterprise for the Americas programs.

Mr. Michaels contributes to the policy and strategic planning debates through commentaries and publications on strategic business/financial/economic development, international debt, trade, and investment. He is the elected President of the Foreign Press Association. Founded in 1918, the Foreign Press Association represents about 400 members of the foreign media based in the United States of America.

His private activities include active participation in a number of organizations including: The St. George’s Society of New York, (America’s leading British charity, founded 1770, provides support and assistance to distressed, elderly and sick persons of British and Commonwealth descent); Member, and former Chairman of The St. George’s Honours Committee; English Speaking Union – Inauguration of The Margaret Thatcher Series of Lectures; Chairman Emeritus & Founder of the Uruguayan American Chamber of Commerce in the United States, (through a joint initiative with His Excellency Dr. Julio Sanguinetti during his first term as President of the Republic of Uruguay).

David Michaels is authoring, (with Capt. Julian J. Mitchell C.B.E., Royal Navy [retired], British Naval Attaché in Argentina from 1980 to 1982), “Dust on the Chess Board” – a fictionalized insight into the activities of major global industries in geopolitical affairs between 1977 and 1982, with an alternative view of events leading to the Falklands War.