Marina Niforos is a strategist and advisor to government and business leaders on institutional relations and public policy. She is the Founder of Logos Global Advisors, an advisory group that provides economic intelligence and insights to decision-makers, so they may take informed decisions in shifting political, regulatory and commercial conditions. Also, Marina currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors at French publicly-listed company, Seche Environnement and of the Hellenic Corporation of Assets and Participations (HCAP), where she holds the Chair for the Corporate Governance and Nominations Committee. She also is a Guest Lecturer on Leadership at HEC Executive Education. Previously, Marina was the Managing Director of the American Chamber of Commerce in France. Marina has served as Executive Director for the Diversity and Leadership Centre of Excellence at INSEAD, where she founded and developed the Centre’s activities. Before coming to France, Marina served five years with the World Bank Group, managing the institutional relationship with country borrowers for several Latin American countries. In 1998, she received the World Bank Award for Excellence by President Wolfensohn for assisting borrowers with sovereign debt conversion in Colombia. Marina Niforos serves on several non profit Boards and advisory bodies. In March 2012, she was appointed Commissioner to the United States National Commission for UNESCO by the U.S. Secretary of State, a public diplomacy advisory Committee to the Department of State that supports worldwide humanitarian development and values. She is also co-founding member and a Board Director of the European Network for Women in Leadership (WiL), as well as a Fellow at the European Centre for Law and the Economy of ESSEC Business School.