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Problem Solver & Troubleshooter

Frederic Emam-Zade is a highly qualified professional economist, investment promoter and negotiator who has provided remarkable results for many businesses, governments and international organizations, during the last 25 years.

 

He is a successful businessman who has also worked in government twice, both times as Deputy Secretary of State of Foreign Affairs, and therefore knows very well how to do business in the Dominican Republic and how to deal with the Dominican business community and its Government, in full compliance with the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (the “FCPA”).

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In November 2009, Frederic Emam-Zade was selected from among 1,600 candidates from 35 countries and became one of the first 18 graduates from Singularity University´s (NASA & Google) Exponential Technologies Executive Program (Biotechnology & Bioinformatics, Energy & Environmental Systems, Networks & Computing Systems, AI & Robotics, Medicine & Neuroscience, Nanotechnology) at NASA Ames Research Park in Silicon Valley.

 

Later on, during the summer of 2010 he completed a course  at Rutgers Univ. at Camden about Singularity Studies: The Future of Humanity in the Age of Superhuman Artificial Intelligence.

 

He is a member of several foundations and NGOs and recently became an Associate Member of Astronauts4Hire, the Foresight Institute the Lifeboat Foundation and Advisor of the Matternet - the next evolutionary phase of the internet.

 

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Watch my video about new media

An short interview by  David Meerman Scott, the market and leadership speaker and guru, where we talk about FUNGLODE, our school of government and new media initiatives and other related topics, back in 2009.

 

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and República Dominicana Virtual

A short video about a social cibernetic collaboratory we created with a diverse group of NGOs, universities and other institutions of the Dominican Republic,  in a virtual world called Second Life.

 

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