WEF and their 'Young Global Leaders' program, who's on the list?

https://www.informedchoiceaustralia.com/post/wef-and-their-young-global-leaders-program


The WEF's tentacles reach far and wide, positioning their grip on many industries, media and governments through their Young Global Leaders program.



Although they do not publicly advertise all of their young leaders, here's some notable examples of past nominees - you'll recognise many names and connections:



2005


Ali Babacan, 8 times Bilderberg visitor, Turkish politician.


Ed Balls, British Labour Party politician who was an MP from 2005 to 2015. He is married to fellow politician and WEF/Young Global Leaders participant Yvette Cooper.


Marc Benioff, founder, chairman and CEO of Salesforce, an enterprise cloud computing company. He is the owner of Time Magazine, which he bought for $190m and uses for political propaganda. Salesforce is one of the very central companies in the COVID deep event.


Sergey Brin, co-founder of Google.


Yvette Cooper, British Labour Party politician who is the Member of Parliament (MP) since 1997 and is married to fellow Labour politician Ed Balls.


Niall Ferguson is a Bilderberger historian. Ferguson charges between $50,000 to $75,000 to hold standard speeches, mostly to corporate executives.


Chrystia Freeland, Canadian politician. Deputy Prime Minister of Canada from 2019, including when the country introduced vaccine passports.


Austan Goolsbee, American economist. Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business.


Larry Page, co-founder of Google.


Haakon Magnus, heir apparent to the throne of Norway.


Paul Meyer - Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of The Commons Project, which has build a worldwide interoperable system of vaccine passports, funded by the Rockefeller Foundation. Former Senior Fellow at the Markle Foundation, which has close ties to US intelligence services. Also selected in the predecessor program in 2003.


Mellody Hobson, president and co-CEO of Ariel Investments, wife of filmmaker George Lucas.


Gavin Newsom, governor of California in January 2019, a state in the forefront in driving the COVID deep event. Decreed mandatory COVID-vaccinations for all schoolchildren in 2021.


Samantha Power also attended the WEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow 2003, so she is a reliable hand.


Nathaniel Rothschild, the only son and heir apparent of Jacob Rothschild


Mikheil Saakashvili, President of Georgia in 2008. CIA client.


Ferit Şahenk is a Chairman of Turkey's Doğuş Holding conglomerate and richest person in Turkey.


Mabel van Oranje is a Dutch deep state fixer with an incredible CV.

2006


Joe Hockey, Australian politician and diplomat. Even with getting a push from the right place, he never made it to the top.


Ivan Krastev, a protegé of George Soros. Attended the Bilderberg for the first time in 2019.


Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, the second son of late Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. Attended at a time when the West was faking rapprochement.


Sergei Guriev, Russian economist, a professor of economics living in France.


Shami Chakrabarti, later Baroness Chakrabarti, a barrister involved in human rights who was appointed UK Shadow Attorney General by Jeremy Corbyn.


Justin Forsyth is a former Special Adviser to Prime Ministers Tony Blair and Gordon Brown.


Joshua Cooper Ramo is vice chairman and co-chief executive of Kissinger Associates.



2007


Andrew Ross Sorkin, American journalist working as financial columnist for The New York Times.


Enrique Peña Nieto was president of Mexico from 2012-2018. CIA?


Ian Bremmer, President and founder of the Eurasia Group. CFR, TLC, Bilderberg 2007


Jimmy Wales is an American Internet entrepreneur, best known as the co-founder of the online non-profit encyclopedia Wikipedia.


Karim Sadjadpour is a triple Bilderberger and "chief Iran analyst" at the International Crisis Group.


Kate Garvey is an English public relations executive and a former aide to British prime minister Tony Blair. She is married to Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales.


Peter Thiel, billionaire member of the Bilderberg Steering Committee.


Rajiv Shah was employed at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for seven years before he started working for the government (USAID), before then moving on to the Rockefeller Foundation.


Sheryl Sandberg, Chief Operating Officer of Facebook.


Siamak Namazi, an Iranian-American academic and business consultant who was sentenced to 10 years prison in Iran in 2016 for "collaboration with hostile government”.


Peter Bisanz Works for the World Economic Forum on creating an Universal Curriculum on Values that will encompass a full spectrum of socially relevant media, from Television to the Internet.

2008


Ellana Lee is Senior Vice President & Managing Editor, Asia Pacific, for CNN International.


Mark Leonard founded the European Council on Foreign Relations on behalf of George Soros.


Rory Stewart, named as MI6, was Chair of the international deep state/intelligence gorup Le Cercle from 2013-2015.


Susan Athey is the Economics of Technology Professor at Stanford Graduate School of Business.


Thomas Buberl is a money manager who first went to the Bilderberg in 2017.


2009


Alexander Stubb, Finnish politician who served as the Prime Minister of Finland from 2014 to 2015


Boris Nikolic is Bill Gates’ former science adviser. Named as one of the three executors of Jeffrey Epstein’s estate.


Dambisa Moyo is an economist who worked for two years at the World Bank and eight years at Goldman Sachs before becoming an author and international public speaker.


François Philippe Champagne, Canadian politician, lawyer and businessman. Bilderberg 2018 and 2019.


Jo Cox was a UK Labour Party politician. Brutally murdered on 16 June 2016.


Parag Khanna is an international thinker paid by multiple think tanks to promote technocracy.


Mark Zuckerberg, US billionaire credited with starting Facebook.


Stéphane Bancel, CEO of Moderna


Felix Maradiaga, a US-trained political operative who played a major role in the failed 2018 Nicaragua coup attempt.

2010


Julian Castro, US politician who was a prospective candidate in the US/2020 Presidential election.


Gabrielle Giffords, US politician who survived an assassination attempt in 2011. Resigned from office, but still in Democratic party leadership.


Ben Goldsmith, English financier and environmentalist, son of James Goldsmith.

Tomáš Pojar, Czech diplomat.


Philipp Rösler was German Minister of Health from 2009 to 2011.


Serpil Timuray, Turkish businesswoman working for multinational corporations.


Kevin Warsh is/was a member of the Bilderberg Steering Committee.


Dr. Sanjay Gupta, chief medical correspondent for CNN and fawning interviewer of Bill Gates. Played a big role promoting the official narrative of COVID-19

2011


Dawood Azami, broadcast journalist and academic, working as multi-media editor at the BBC World Service.


Christa Markwalder is a Swiss politician who attended the 2016 Bilderberg meeting.


Max Levchin founded PayPal in 1998 with Peter Thiel.


Chuka Umunna is a British Labour politician who later went over to JPMorgan Chase and Edelman.


Nikki Haley, later became United States Ambassador to the United Nations.


Dana Perino was one of 4 White House Press Secretaries under George W. Bush.

2012


Huma Abedin , termed the effective “right-hand woman” of Hillary Clinton.


Jonathan Adiri, Israeli businessman working in the digital healthcare sector, an area pinpointed as a priority by the World Economic Forum.


Henrique Capriles is a part of one of Venezuela's wealthiest families. Presidential candidate 2012 and 2013. He and his party, supported by the National Endowment for Democracy, also participated in the 2002 coup attempt.


Brendan Cox is a former Special Adviser to Prime Minister Gordon Brown. His wife Jo Cox, MP for Batley and Spen, was murdered on 16 June 2016.


Daniel Bahr, German politician and member of the FDP. From May 2011 to December 2013 he was Federal Minister of Health, one in a series of German health ministers who were selected a Young Global Leader.


Jane Burston is a British scientist specialising in climate change.


Martha Lane Fox. On the board of Twitter. Member of the UK Joint Committee on National Security Strategy. House of Lords COVID-19 Committee.


Matteo Renzi, Italian politician who served as Prime Minister of Italy from 2014 to 2016.


Natalie Rickli is a Swiss politician of the Swiss People's Party. During the COVID-19 crisis, she proposed no further health care for the unvaccinated. Went on secret luxury holiday to the Maldives while forcing everyone else to stay in lockdown.

2013


Thomas Bollyky, Director of the global health program at the Council on Foreign Relations and former consultant to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.


Chelsea Clinton, American business woman with a notorious family network.


Clara Shih, American businesswoman. She is the CEO and co-founder of Hearsay Social, selling solutions for financial services. She has worked for Google,Microsoft and Salesforce.


Ida Auken is a Danish politician. Wrote for the WEF "Welcome to 2030. I own nothing, have no privacy, and life has never been better".


Jeremy Howard is an Australian data scientist and entrepreneur. In 2014, he started a business trying to digitize healthcare. Then at the very start of the COVID-event he organized a worldwide campaign for mandatory face masks, making face-to-face health care very difficult.


Pierre Maudet, Swiss politician who also attended the 2015 Bilderberg.


Srđa Popović, professional regime change activist for US/NATO interests.


Jared Polis, politician who went from a Colorado Congressman in 2013, and is now currently the Governor of Colorado. Polis issued of a public health order that made Colorado one of the first states to require proof of full vaccination to be admitted into the large indoor events

2014


Catherine Howarth, British executive in the NGO sector and a board member of the Scott Trust, owner of the deep state organ the Guardian.


Dominique Anglade is a Canadian politician. She is a member of the Quebec Parliament from the Liberal Party. She attended the 2018 Bilderberg.


Jacinda Ardern, Prime Minister of New Zealand, for the Labour party. Her career having signs of being helped forward by deep state interests, she has inflicted some of the harshest measures on COVID-19


Jared Cohen, attended 2018 Bilderberg and 2019 Bilderberg. He is the CEO of Jigsaw (formerly Google Ideas) and an Adjunct Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations.


Rebecca Weintraub, Harvard professor who works for total vaccination of everyone in the world. To achieve that, "we need to change our playbook”...“And that’s going to include vaccine mandates.”



2015


Professor Adam M. Grant, attended the Bilderberg for the first time in 2019. He granted tenure at age 28 at the Wharton Business School of the University of Pennsylvania specializing in organizational psychology.


Naomi Koshi, Japanese lawyer and former politician.


Ilona Szabó de Carvalho, Brazilian activist showered with attention and funding from "global leaders". Her Igarapé Institute receives funding from Google, the British and Canadian embassies, USAID, Luminate, Open Society Foundations are more. Appealed to "global leaders" to do "everything in their power" to make Brazil adopt "more responsible COVID policies".


Alexander De Croo, PM of Belgium during some of the hardest lockdowns in Europe.


Mustapha Mokass, developer of a vaccine passport system and others for the 4th Industrial Revolution "dear to WEF founder Klaus Schwab".

2016


Emmanuel Macron is a French Rothschild banker turned politician who was sworn in as President of France on 14 May 2017. Played an active part in the COVID-19 deep event, especially the introduction of vaccine passports.


Sam Altman, an American tech-millionaire. He is the CEO of OpenAI, a company specialising in Artificial intelligence.


Lila Tretikov, vice president at Microsoft from 2018 and specialist in Artificial intelligence.


Poppy Allonby, head of BlackRock in EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) & APAC (Asia-Pacific). Blackrock is by far the biggest capital manager in the world.


Sam Altman, American tech-millionaire. He is the CEO of OpenAI, a company specialising in Artificial intelligence.

2017


Molly Crockett, an American neuroscientist who studies human morality, altruism and decision making. In 2015, she showed that drugs targeting serotonin and dopamine in the brain can change moral decision-making in healthy people.



2018


Albert Rivera, Bilderberger and former politician who was the leader of the Spanish party Citizens from its founding in 2006 until 2019.


Leana Wen, American physician and former President of Planned Parenthood. She distinguished herself during the COVID-19 deep event by wanting to make the life of "unvaccinated" a living hell.


Alexander Soros, son of George Soros and Deputy Chair of the Open Society Foundations.

2019


Peter Buttigieg, US politician. He was a prospective candidate in the US/2020 Presidential election. He is United States Secretary of Transportation since February 3, 2021.


Matthew Guilford, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Common Health, a part of the The Commons Project. Its digital health system to allow sharing of data about a person’s clinical history and status. "Sharing of COVID-19 test results and vaccination records is a natural role for CommonHealth."[3]


Yalda Hakim, Australian/British broadcast journalist, news presenter, and documentary maker.


Clare O'Neil, Australian politician. In 2019 she was considered a frontrunner for the deputy leadership during the 2019 Australian Labor Party leadership election.


Carlos Alvarado Quesada, President of Costa Rica, in November 2021 the first country to mandate COVID-vaccines for children.


Daniel Crenshaw - Congressman from Texas (R), 2nd District, United States Congress[4]

2020


Megan Rapinoe - co-captain of the US women's soccer team, Rapinow lifted the 2019 FIFA World Cup. Off the field, she advocates for gender equality, including equal pay in her sport, and speaks out on diversity and inclusion.


Jesús Cepeda - Chief Executive Officer of OneSmart City, a company that uses blockchain and artificial intelligence to help city authorities provide digital services.


Jack Conte - an American businessman and founder of Patreon, which has been busy blocking funds to independent media for many years.


Larry Madowo - The BBC Africa Business Editor launched of six new business TV shows for African audiences in English, French and Swahili. Madowo is also an on-air correspondent on BBC radio and television and has reported from more than 40 countries.


Sanna Marin - Marin held her first political post at the age of 27. Despite a total lack of experience, she was Finland's Prime Minister during the COVID-19 crisis.


Annalena Baerbock - German politician serving as the co-leader of Alliance 90/The Greens. Favourite of the German mainstream media for Chancellor of Germany.


Alicia Garza, Co-founder of Black Lives Matter, Garza is a US civil rights activist and editorial writer influential on issues of health, student rights, rights for domestic workers, and campaigns against police brutality, racism, and violence against gender non-conforming people of colour.


Kristo Kaarmann - Co-founder and CEO of TransferWise, a peer-to-peer money transfer business which aims to allow people to access the real mid-market exchange rate by cutting out traditional banking fees.


Akiko Naka - Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Wantedly, a social networking service for professionals, Akiko was the youngest female founder ever to take a company public in Japan.


Yetnebersh Nigussie - An Ethiopian human rights lawyer who pushes for women’s and girls’ rights and inclusive education.


Gaurav Gupta - Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Zomato, an Indian restaurant aggregator and food delivery start-up. He launched the table reservation business and scaled it up across India, the United Arab Emirates and Australia.


Henry Motte-Muñoz - Founder and CEO of Edukasyon.ph, which says it is the largest youth platform in the Philippines, empowering more than 10 million student visitors each year to find their path from education to career.



2021


Andrew Bragg, Australian politician. He became a Senator in 2019.


Adriana Cargill is a member of the Cargill family, the fourth-wealthiest family in America. She works as a journalist in Los Angeles at KCRW Radio.


Vera Daves de Sousa was made finance minister of Angola when she was 35.


Amélie de Montchalin is a French politician. She has served as a minister under President Macron, responsible for implementing the pass sanitaire in public services.


Garlin Gilchrist II is an American politician. He has been Gretchen Whitmer's deputy since 2019.


Ibram X Kendi is an American author and activist. He believes the low take-up of Black people having the COVID vaccine is due to racism.


Devi Sridhar is a Professor and Chair of Global Public Health at the University of Edinburgh. In 2020, she advised the Scottish government on how to deal with the COVID-19/Pandemic.


Vasudha Vats is a Vice president of Pfizer.



Quite a few others rate a mention on the WEF pages including our PM:


https://www.weforum.org/people/scott-morrison


And Greg Hunt, Australian Health Minister, set to retire from Australian politics in the coming months. It will be interesting to see where Greg is headed to next.


https://www.informedchoiceaustralia.com/post/greg-hunt-former-world-economic-forum-director-of-strategy


FURTHER READING


https://wikispooks.com/wiki/WEF/Young_Global_Leaders