In addition to holding charitable status in the United Kingdom, the Global eHealth Foundation also benefits from its status as a tax exempt (501c3) foundation in the United States. This US entity is run by a broad, talented and committed Board of Directors and Advisors with a wide range of backgrounds and skills.
Marc advises the Chief Executives of some of the world’s largest and best known enterprises, counseling on all aspects of value creation. Marc is an expert on the role of the high-performing CEO. His long-standing clients include the CEOs of Fortune 150 financial services, consumer, industrial, energy, healthcare, insurance, media, and food companies. Marc also counsels several leading hedge fund, private equity, and professional services CEOs. His pro bono work includes advising the leaders of Cambridge University in England and The Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. Feigen Advisors has advised 10 percent of the CEOs in the Fortune 50. In both 2014 and 2015, Marc prepared nearly one-quarter of new Fortune 100 CEOs for the CEO role.
Marc is co-founder and Executive Vice-Chairman of Cambridge in America, an organization that has raised over $500 million for Cambridge. He is President of the Global eHealth Foundation (North America) founded by Archbishop Desmond Tutu, and a past Chairman of the Gotham Chapter of the Young Presidents’ Organization in New York. An Honorary Fellow of St John’s College, Cambridge, Marc has a BA with honors in History from the University of Pennsylvania, an MPhil in International Relations from Cambridge University, where he was a Thouron Fellow, and an MBA from Harvard. He lives in New York City with his wife and two daughters.
George Windsor, Earl of St Andrews
The Earl of St Andrews, George Philip Nicholas Windsor, was born in 1962. He is a graduate of Eton College where he was a Kings Scholar, and Downing College at the University of Cambridge, where he read history. After serving in Her Majesty’s Diplomatic Service in Budapest and the UK Mission to the UN in New York, he worked in the antiquarian book business, including Christies UK. Recently he has been Chairman of an Internet-based world history project, the Golden Web. Since 1996, he has been a Trustee of the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation and its Chairman since 2005. He is also a Trustee or Patron of SOS Children’s Villages UK, the Association for International Cancer Research, the Princess Margarita of Romania Foundation, the Welsh Sinfonia, the Next Century Foundation, the Mongolia and Inner Asia Studies Unit, University of Cambridge, the Centre for Islamic Finance and the University of Bolton.
Kevin Power is the Founder and CEO of The Good Health Group, which provides health management tools direct to consumers and to employees through HR benefit programs. He has more than 30 years of operating and Board of Director experience in telecom, IT, and software with both public and private companies. He is also Senior Advisor to the CEO and Board of Broadsoft, a NASDAQ listed company providing enterprise-focused unified communications services to telecom service providers.
From 2004-2006, Kevin, acting as Senior Advisor to SITA, an airline-owned (550 members) commercial entity, developed, managed, and executed the plan for establishment and startup operation of an International Registry of mobile aviation assets in a joint venture with the Irish government. The International Registry protects the financial interests of lenders in aircraft transactions and was created to reduce financing costs. The Aviation Working Group estimates it will save the global air transport industry $161 Billion between 2009 and 2030.
Prior corporate operating experience includes executive roles with Global Telesystems Group, Orion Satellite, and INTELSAT. Kevin has been a corporate board director for both privately-held and publicly-listed companies, and is a former Chairman of the European Competitive Telecommunications Association.
Earlier in his career, Kevin’s articles on international trade appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the International Herald Tribune. More recently, his published articles have appeared in Global Telecoms Business, Medical Tourism, and Corporate Wellness magazines. Kevin earned both a B.S. in Business Economics and an M.A. in Economics from the State University of New York. Kevin holds dual passports in the United States and the European Community.