John Bruce Wells

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John Bruce Wells "has 20 years of experience in the design and management of innovative public-private alliances and the analysis of corporate strategies to manage social and environmental concerns. Prior to joining Citizens International, he led the corporate consulting practice of Chemonics International Inc, where he helped clients such as BP, Shell and Honeywell apply corporate social responsibility principles to their developing country operations.

"Mr. Wells was also the founder and president of The Bruce Company, a two-time Inc. 500 firm that advised the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), U.S. Department of Energy, World Bank and United Nations Development Programme on global environmental issues. His firm led efforts to launch EPA’s voluntary programs on climate change, including the ubiquitous Energy Star program, and he was awarded a Citation of Excellence by the United Nations Environment Programme "in recognition of an outstanding contribution to the protection of the earth's ozone layer".

"Mr. Wells received his undergraduate degrees in Economics and Mathematical Methods in the Social Sciences from Northwestern University, where he completed his graduate studies in Economics. In his side career as a supernumerary, he has performed with the Metropolitan Opera, Washington Opera, Wolf Trap Opera Company, Victoria and Albert Museum, and Teatro Real La Zarzuela of Madrid." [1]

External links

  • "Biography", Citizens International, Accessed November 2006.