Supporting Local Efforts to Prevent Violent Extremism
Ms Carol Bellamy
Ms Carol Bellamy is the Chair of the Governing Board of the Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund (GCERF). Ms Bellamy was previously a member of the New York State Senate, President of the New York City Council, Director of the United States Peace Corps, Executive Director of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), and Chair of the Board of Directors of the Global Partnership for Education.
Ms Bellamy has worked in the private sector at Morgan Stanley and Cravath, Swaine & Moore. She is also a member of the American University of Beirut Board of Trustees and is a former Fellow of the Harvard Institute of Politics. She has been awarded the Medal of Distinction by Barnard College, the Légion d’Honneur by the Government of France, and the Order of the Rising Sun in Japan.
Australia, Japan and New Zealand
Alternate: H.E. Mr Paul Foley
Canada and United Kingdom
Alternate: Mr Ram Kamineni
European Union, France and Denmark
Alternate: Mr Adrien Frier
Alternate: Dr Daniel Frank
United States of America, the Netherlands and Norway
Alternate: Mr Huib Mijnarends
Mali and Nigeria
Alternate: H.E. Mr Mamadou Henri Konate
Tunisia and the Philippines
Alternate: Mr Alexander Macario
Alternate: Ms Selena Victor
Policy, Think and Do Tanks
Alternate: Mr Eelco Kessels
Alternate: Mr Tony Carroll
The GCERF Governing Board has approved two new partner countries, Albania and North Macedonia. This cements our regional strategy in the Western Balkans where GCERF is set to launch an initiative on returning foreign terrorist fighters.
The board has also improved a Country Strategy for Investment in Somalia, where GCERF will focus on addressing the socioeconomic drivers of violent extremism in Jubaland.
GCERF encourages you to report any wrong-doing to our Integrity Line. Handled by a third-party called Ethics Point, the Integrity Line is set up to receive your information securely and confidentially.
Governance and Ethics Committee
The Governance and Ethics Committee is responsible for overseeing governance arrangements and ethical standards defined by the GCERF’s Policy on Ethics and Conflict of Interest, and consists of the following members: