Dave Power, President of Power Strategy, Inc., and Professor at Harvard University        Dave Power helps executive teams with growth strategy, alignment, and execution. Power has guided growth companies as an operating executive, board member, and advisor for more than 25 years. Power has been CEO of Novera Software, a private internet software company acquired by a public technology company; senior vice president of marketing and corporate development at RSA Security; and a vice president and general manager at Sun Microsystems.      As a partner at Fidelity Ventures, Power was an investor and board member in a number of successful enterprise software, digital marketing, mobile, and healthcare IT growth companies including Black Duck Software, EnterpriseDB, Polyserve, Ping Identity, and Vibes Media. Power was also a venture partner at Charles River Ventures. In his early career, Power was a partner at Mercer Management Consulting where he co-founded the firm's technology industry practice, advising Apple Computer, Lotus Development, and other technology leaders. He also designed and delivered executive development programs.     Powers Strategy Bio

Dave Power, President of Power Strategy, Inc., and Professor at Harvard University 

Dave Power helps executive teams with growth strategy, alignment, and execution. Power has guided growth companies as an operating executive, board member, and advisor for more than 25 years. Power has been CEO of Novera Software, a private internet software company acquired by a public technology company; senior vice president of marketing and corporate development at RSA Security; and a vice president and general manager at Sun Microsystems.

As a partner at Fidelity Ventures, Power was an investor and board member in a number of successful enterprise software, digital marketing, mobile, and healthcare IT growth companies including Black Duck Software, EnterpriseDB, Polyserve, Ping Identity, and Vibes Media. Power was also a venture partner at Charles River Ventures. In his early career, Power was a partner at Mercer Management Consulting where he co-founded the firm's technology industry practice, advising Apple Computer, Lotus Development, and other technology leaders. He also designed and delivered executive development programs.

Powers Strategy Bio

L. Gordon Flake, Executive Director Mansfield Foundation    He was previously a Senior Fellow and Associate Director of the Program on Conflict Resolution at The Atlantic Council of the United States and prior to that Director for Research and Academic Affairs at the Korea Economic Institute of America.    Mr. Flake is editor of the companion volumes One Step Back? Reassessing and Ideal Security State for Northeast Asia 2025 (Mansfield Foundation, March 2011) and Toward an Ideal Security State for Northeast Asia 2025 (Mansfield Foundation, September 2010) co-editor with Park Roh-byug of the book New Political Realities in Seoul: Working toward a Common Approach to Strengthen U.S.-Korean Relations (Mansfield Foundation, March 2008) and co-editor with Scott Snyder of the book Paved with Good Intentions: the NGO Experience in North Korea (Praeger, 2003).  He has authored numerous book chapters on policy issues in Asia and is a regular contributor to the U.S. and Asian press.        Mansfield Foundation Bio

L. Gordon Flake, Executive Director Mansfield Foundation

He was previously a Senior Fellow and Associate Director of the Program on Conflict Resolution at The Atlantic Council of the United States and prior to that Director for Research and Academic Affairs at the Korea Economic Institute of America.

Mr. Flake is editor of the companion volumes One Step Back? Reassessing and Ideal Security State for Northeast Asia 2025 (Mansfield Foundation, March 2011) and Toward an Ideal Security State for Northeast Asia 2025 (Mansfield Foundation, September 2010) co-editor with Park Roh-byug of the book New Political Realities in Seoul: Working toward a Common Approach to Strengthen U.S.-Korean Relations (Mansfield Foundation, March 2008) and co-editor with Scott Snyder of the book Paved with Good Intentions: the NGO Experience in North Korea (Praeger, 2003).  He has authored numerous book chapters on policy issues in Asia and is a regular contributor to the U.S. and Asian press. 

Mansfield Foundation Bio

Dr. Kevin Wall is a researcher at Harvard Business School (HBS) in the finance unit.     He is also the co-editor of the Harvard Law School forum on corporate governance and financial regulation. His primary areas of interest are taxation, corporate governance, business ethics and law, accounting, and closely held businesses. He has developed and co-authored several cases used at HBS and distributed by HBS Publishing. Wall returned to academia after 35 years in the professions of accounting and law. He is a faculty member at the Lally School of Management and Technology at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, as well as an adjunct law school faculty member teaching accounting for lawyers.     Prior to joining Harvard, he was a member of the management of PricewaterhouseCoopers and Ernst and Young as well as an officer and financial executive at Massport, a revenue bond authority that owns and manages Logan Airport and the port of Boston. He is a practicing CPA and attorney. Wall received his undergraduate degree in accounting from Bentley University, his MBA from the Carroll School at Boston College, his JD from Suffolk University Law School, and his LLM in taxation from the graduate tax program at Boston University Law School. Wall enjoys teaching at the Extension School because of the diverse student body, who he thinks are among the most intellectually curious and hard working students he has ever had the pleasure to teach.   Harvard University Bio

Dr. Kevin Wall is a researcher at Harvard Business School (HBS) in the finance unit.

He is also the co-editor of the Harvard Law School forum on corporate governance and financial regulation. His primary areas of interest are taxation, corporate governance, business ethics and law, accounting, and closely held businesses. He has developed and co-authored several cases used at HBS and distributed by HBS Publishing. Wall returned to academia after 35 years in the professions of accounting and law. He is a faculty member at the Lally School of Management and Technology at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, as well as an adjunct law school faculty member teaching accounting for lawyers.

Prior to joining Harvard, he was a member of the management of PricewaterhouseCoopers and Ernst and Young as well as an officer and financial executive at Massport, a revenue bond authority that owns and manages Logan Airport and the port of Boston. He is a practicing CPA and attorney. Wall received his undergraduate degree in accounting from Bentley University, his MBA from the Carroll School at Boston College, his JD from Suffolk University Law School, and his LLM in taxation from the graduate tax program at Boston University Law School. Wall enjoys teaching at the Extension School because of the diverse student body, who he thinks are among the most intellectually curious and hard working students he has ever had the pleasure to teach.

Harvard University Bio

CRAIG ALLEN      Deputy Assistant Secretary for Asia U.S. Department of Commerce  International Trade Administration.    Craig Allen has worked for the Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration since 1985.  He entered government as a Presidential Management Intern and, in this capacity, rotated through the four branches of the ITA.  From 1986 to 1988, he worked as an International Economist in the ITA China Office.     In 2002, Craig and his family moved to Beijing for a three year tour as the Senior Commercial Officer at the U.S. Mission to China.  In this position, Craig managed the entire complement of 126 DOC staff in China from multiple DOC agencies.   In Beijing, Craig was promoted to the Minister Counselor rank of the Senior Foreign Service.   International Trade Administration Bio

CRAIG ALLEN 

Deputy Assistant Secretary for Asia U.S. Department of Commerce  International Trade Administration.

Craig Allen has worked for the Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration since 1985.  He entered government as a Presidential Management Intern and, in this capacity, rotated through the four branches of the ITA.  From 1986 to 1988, he worked as an International Economist in the ITA China Office. 

In 2002, Craig and his family moved to Beijing for a three year tour as the Senior Commercial Officer at the U.S. Mission to China.  In this position, Craig managed the entire complement of 126 DOC staff in China from multiple DOC agencies.   In Beijing, Craig was promoted to the Minister Counselor rank of the Senior Foreign Service.

International Trade Administration Bio

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