DISTINGUISHED FELLOWS OF NEW WESTMINSTER COLLEGE – Government Leaders
The Fellows of New Westminster College are professionals with distinguished records of ethical leadership that serve as global advocates in 66 countries for the advancement of New Westminster College in their respective spheres of influence. Only 150 Distinguished Fellows can be appointed and serve at any given time. All Fellows serve at the pleasure of the Chairman and unanimous consent of each member of the New Westminster College Board of Governors.
His Excellency Dr. Fidel Valdez Ramos, MBA, MNSA, MSCE, LLD (Hon), GCMG
12th President of the Republic of the Philippines (1992-1998)
Honorary Chairman and Governor, The Board of Governors of New Westminster College
His Excellency Dr. Václav Klaus, PhD, KGCWL, KGCTGM, KGCIC
2nd President of the Czech Republic (2003-2013)
In Honoured Memorium
His Excellency Dr. Inder K. Gujral, BCom, MA, PhD, DL (HC)
12th Prime Minister of India (1997-1998)
Governor, The Board of Governors of New Westminster College (2011-2012)
His Excellency John Stewart Duncan OBE
Her Majesty’s 16th Governor of the British Virgin Islands
His Excellency Temuri Yakobashvili, B.S. (Physics)
Deputy Prime Minister of Georgia (2009-2010) and Ambassador of Georgia to the United States
His Excellency Fatmir Besimi, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
Deputy Prime Minister for European Affairs, Government of the Republic of Macedonia
Minister of Defense of the Republic of Macedonia
His Excellency Predrag Drecun, DFNWC
Chief Executive Officer, Universal Capital Bank AD, Podgorica, Montenegro
Deputy Prime Minister of Montenegro (1998-2000)
His Excellency Jan-Erik Enestam, BA, MA
Minister of Defence of Finland (1995-2005)
His Excellency Dr. Alain Hakim, BSc, DiplEA, MBA, PhD
Minister of Economy and Trade of Lebanon
General Vijay Kumar Singh, PhD, PVSM, AVSM, YSM, MP – Indian Army (Retired)
Minister of State for External Affairs, Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India
24th Chief of the Army Staff of the Indian Army (2012-2014)
His Excellency Anu Anguelov, BEng, MA, OM
Advisor to the Prime Minister of Bulgaria (2014 – present)
Minister of Defence of Bulgaria (2010-2013)
Governor, The Board of Governors of New Westminster College (2013-2014)
His Excellency Dr. Zoran Jolevski, BA, MSc, PhD
Minister of Defence of the Republic of Macedonia
Her Excellency Fatima Mohamed Yousif Al-Balooshi, BSc, MA, EdM, EdD, DFNWC
Minister of Social Development of the Kingdom of Bahrain
Chairperson, Board of Directors, Family Bank of Bahrain
His Excellency Abdou Kolley, BA, MA (Hons), ORG
Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs of the Republic of Gambia
His Excellency Mohamed Berrada, LLB, PhD
Minister of Finances (1986-93) and His Majesty’s Ambassador to France (1994-99), Kingdom of Morocco
His Excellency Petio Dimitrov Petev, M.A., Ph.D.
Minister Plenipotentiary, U.N. and Development Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Bulgaria
His Excellency Dr. Tamás László Fellegi, LL.D., Ph.D.
Minister of National Development of Hungary (2010-2012)
Hungary’s Chief Negotiator with the International Monetary Fund and European Union (2011)
Her Excellency Dr. Sanja Vlahović, B.A., M.B.A., Ph.D., DFNWC
Minister of Science and Minister of Education (Acting), Government of Montenegro
His Excellency Jerry Naumoff, B.S.B.A.
Minister for Foreign Investments of the Republic of Macedonia
His Excellency Richard Narich, BA, KLH, KONM, KAL
Minister Plenipotentiary, Ambassador of France to Paraguay (1995-2000) and Nicaragua (1991-1993)
His Excellency Minister Antoni Peshev, B.Sc.
Chairman of the General Assembly, Economic Chamber of Macedonia
Minister in the Government of the Republic of Macedonia (1992)
The Honourable William (Bill) Hubert Rompkey, P.C., B.A., M.A., Ph.D., LL.D. (Hon.)
Senator (1995 to 2011) and Member of Parliament (1972-1995), Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
Admiral Dr. Ihor Kabanenko, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. – Ukraine Navy (Retired)
Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine
Rear Admiral Anthony M. Kurta, BS, MA, MSM, DMSM, LM, DSSM, DSM – U.S. Navy (Retired)
Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Military Personnel Policy
United States Department of Defense, The Pentagon – Washington, D.C.
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