Mohammad Abu Rashed is the UAE National Chancellor of the International Association of Educators for World Peace. A global expert in PPP development and policy-making, Rashed has spent years working with the United Nations and the World Bank Group at the most influential levels of governments around the world. His work has impacted healthcare policy opening pathways to solutions.
In his current capacity, what drives the work is an opportunity to make a difference to those citizens in countries where life has been changed due to previous conflict.
Building new livelihoods is his mission and aligns perfectly with Ambassador Richard Swett, CEO of Climate Prosperity Enterprise Solutions, who served as Co-Host for this interview. Together, with Host, Mary Kurek of Frontrunners Development, they learn what areas Rashed needs help in and the impact being created.
Meet Mohammad Abu Rashed
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Special Thanks to Our Co-Host: Ambassador Richard Swett
Ambassador Swett, a licensed architect, has forty years of experience in the architecture and energy fields. Climate Prosperity Enterprise Solutions has served as Project Manager for a $1.2 billion healthcare campus in Istanbul and is currently developing projects worldwide. He is the co-creator of the CPES4D development model.
Prior to establishing CPES, he was the Managing Principal of the DC office and was responsible for obtaining international contracts for Leo A. Daly Architects and Engineers – one of the top 10 US design firms at the time.
He worked as an alternative energy entrepreneur in the Northeast, building biomass power plants in New England.
He served as a member of the US House of Representatives from New Hampshire from 1991-1995. He then served as the US Ambassador to Denmark from 1998-2001.
While serving as Ambassador, he reorganized the embassy management, resulting in smoother transfers of information and cooperation between departments.
He was a contributing author for “A Nation Reconstructed“, 1997, and authored “Leadership by Design: Creating an Architecture of Trust”, 2005.
Awards: Arnold W. Brunner Award, NY AIA (2001); National Economic Commission Citation of Appreciation, American Legion (1994); Ten Outstanding Young Americans, US Junior Chamber of Commerce (1993); The President’s Award, AIA (1992, 1994); Grand-Croix of the Order of the Dannebrog, bestowed by Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, (2001) and many more awards and honorary degrees.
President, Frontrunners Development, Inc.
Global Business Developer for Frontrunner Partnerships (UN SDG #17)