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Ms. Janet McElligott

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President

Local Address: Washington, District of Columbia, United States
McElligott Associates
 
Background

Employment History

  • Founder and Managing Partner
    McElligott Associates
  • Co-Chairman, Management
    The Royal Foundation
  • Co-Chairman
    US FBI
  • International Business and Political Strategist
  • Vice President
    C31 Adelaide
  • Spokesperson
    Intergovernmental Authority

Education

  • B.A. , Communications
    University of Portland
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Web References
The McNary Group
www.mcnarygroup.com, 13 July 2013 [cached]
Janet McElligott
Janet McElligott is founder and managing partner of McElligott Associates, experts in international business and political strategy. She is a frequent lecturer and consultant in the United States, Africa, and Asia. buechner
She served as Vice President of C31, The organization tasked with assisting the People's Republic of China with worker's safety, health and environmental laws and implementation of nationwide training programs and facilities. She is a past member of the Board of Directors of the U.S.-China Chamber of Commerce, a Member of the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations and the Woman's Foreign Policy Group. She was the architect and chief negotiator for the AISEC's student exchange agreement between their member-countries and China. As A result of those negotiations, AISEC was the first and is still the only international student group operating in China. She is still active in assisting AISEC.
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McElligott was a Foreign Expert for the People's Republic of China's government in their Capitol from 1991-1994, lectured at Beijing Culture University, and appeared frequently on China Central TV teaching English. She was Foreign Advisor to the Chinese People's Friendship Association on their international conference on business development.
She was the Program Director of a 1986-7 U.S.-People's Republic of China exchange program in Shanghai. Ms. McElligott attended the U.N's Fourth World Conference as a Delegate in Beijing.
TRFTRA - The Royal Foundation To Rebuild Africa
www.trftra.com, 11 Nov 2012 [cached]
Janet McElligott Co-Chairman Management
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Janet McElligott Co-Chairman
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Janet McElligott Janet McElligott, President of McElligott Associates, is an international business and political strategist, with a successful record in engaging stakeholders and negotiating agreements in zones of conflict in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America.
McElligott was the spokesperson of the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) for the Sudan Peace talks, and served on the task force that freed the ICRC aid workers from rebel territory in 1996. She serves as an unofficial liaison between the Catholic Church of Sudan and the Sudanese Government and was instrumental in helping to commute 27 death sentences as well as the chief negotiator to solve many of the complex refugee issues in the outlaying capitol region. From 1997 through 2001, McElligott was the liaison between the Sudanese intelligence service and the US FBI, focusing on Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda, some of which is chronicled in the book 'Losing bin Laden' by Richard Miniter (2003), as well as Vanity Fair's 'The Secret bin Laden Files' by David Rose (2002).
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In the Middle East, Ms. McElligott was instrumental in assisting the first environmental symposium of the Arab Organization of Agricultural Development in Damascus, Syria. In the United States, McElligott served under President George Bush on his personal staff in the White House in 1990, and prior to this served on the staffs of three U.S. senators.
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McElligott speaks conversational German and Chinese, functional French, and limited Arabic and Russian.
Staff & Board - Future 500
www.future500.org, 10 April 2012 [cached]
Janet McElligott
International Advisory Board
Janet McElligott, President of McElligott Associates, is an international business and political strategist, with a successful record in engaging stakeholders and negotiating agreements in zones of conflict in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America. She has been involved with almost since its founding, with projects in Asia, North America, and South America.
McElligott was the spokesperson of the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) for the Sudan Peace talks, and served on the task force that freed the ICRC aid workers from rebel territory in 1996. She serves as an unofficial liaison between the Catholic Church of Sudan and the Sudanese Government and was instrumental in helping to commute 27 death sentences as well as the chief negotiator to solve many of the complex refugee issues in the outlaying capitol region. From 1997 through 2001, McElligott was the liaison between the Sudanese intelligence service and the US FBI, focusing on Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda, some of which is chronicled in the book Losing bin Laden by Richard Miniter (2003), as well as Vanity Fair's 'The Secret bin Laden Files' by David Rose (2002).
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In the Middle East, Ms. McElligott was instrumental in assisting the first environmental symposium of the Arab Organization of Agricultural Development in Damascus, Syria. In the United States, McElligott served under President George Bush on his personal staff in the White House in 1990, and prior to this served on the staffs of three U.S. senators.
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McElligott speaks conversational German and Chinese, functional French, and limited Arabic and Russian.
Staff and Board - Future 500
www.future500.org, 17 Aug 2010 [cached]
Janet McElligott
Senior Fellow
Janet McElligott, President of McElligott Associates, is an international business and political strategist, with a successful record in engaging stakeholders and negotiating agreements in zones of conflict in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America. She has been involved with almost since its founding, with projects in Asia, North America, and South America.
McElligott was the spokesperson of the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) for the Sudan Peace talks, and served on the task force that freed the ICRC aid workers from rebel territory in 1996. She serves as an unofficial liaison between the Catholic Church of Sudan and the Sudanese Government and was instrumental in helping to commute 27 death sentences as well as the chief negotiator to solve many of the complex refugee issues in the outlaying capitol region. From 1997 through 2001, McElligott was the liaison between the Sudanese intelligence service and the US FBI, focusing on Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda, some of which is chronicled in the book Losing bin Laden by Richard Miniter (2003), as well as Vanity Fairs The Secret bin Laden Files by David Rose (2002).
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In the Middle East, Ms. McElligott was instrumental in assisting the first environmental symposium of the Arab Organization of Agricultural Development in Damascus, Syria. In the United States, McElligott served under President George Bush on his personal staff in the White House in 1990, and prior to this served on the staffs of three U.S. senators.
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McElligott speaks conversational German and Chinese, functional French, and limited Arabic and Russian.
Future 500: Staff and Board
future500.org, 24 May 2008 [cached]
Janet McElligott
Senior Fellow
Janet McElligott, President of McElligott Associates, is an international business and political strategist, with a successful record in engaging stakeholders and negotiating agreements in zones of conflict in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America.She has been involved with almost since its founding, with projects in Asia, North America, and South America.
McElligott was the spokesperson of the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) for the Sudan Peace talks, and served on the task force that freed the ICRC aid workers from rebel territory in 1996.She serves as an unofficial liaison between the Catholic Church of Sudan and the Sudanese Government and was instrumental in helping to commute 27 death sentences as well as the chief negotiator to solve many of the complex refugee issues in the outlaying capitol region.From 1997 through 2001, McElligott was the liaison between the Sudanese intelligence service and the US FBI, focusing on Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda, some of which is chronicled in the book Losing bin Laden by Richard Miniter (2003), as well as Vanity Fair's ‘The Secret bin Laden Files' by David Rose (2002).
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In the Middle East, Ms. McElligott was instrumental in assisting the first environmental symposium of the Arab Organization of Agricultural Development in Damascus, Syria.In the United States, McElligott served under President George Bush on his personal staff in the White House in 1990, and prior to this served on the staffs of three U.S. senators.
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McElligott speaks conversational German and Chinese, functional French, and limited Arabic and Russian.
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