He is also Chairman and CEO of The Roosevelt Group, a leading strategy thought leadership company. Ted Malloch conceptualizes and executes some of today’s most dynamic international projects. He was President of the 1992 World Economic Development Congress sponsored by CNN, “the common frame of reference for the world’s power elite.” That Congress focused on “Building the Integrated Global Economy” and offered 2500 Chief Executive Officers, Ministers of Governments, planning, marketing, investment, and economic leaders worldwide a forum where new business relationships were established. At that Congress Lady Margaret Thatcher dubbed him, “a global sherpa”.

Dr. Malloch is a pioneer of the global market, who works exclusively with CEO’s, business and government leaders who need to conceptualize projects on a global scale, who require access at the very highest levels, and who demand “real-time” information to understand and manage rapidly changing markets, government transformations, emerging trading blocs, and critical relationships.

Some of Dr. Malloch’s other projects have included: The founding of “The CEO Learning Partnership” for a big six accounting firm; The fashioning of the Fortune 500 Forum for Fortune Magazine; Bringing together the largest US. companies for exclusive CEO discussions; Managing the development of UN EDIFACT, the new rules and standards for global paperless trading; Creating one of the largest selling stamps in international history, to commemorate the environment and endangered species; Bringing about one of the largest mergers of two international consulting and software firms; Planning and consulting with scores of governments on privatization programs and debt for equity deals, involving billions of dollars of assets.

Dr. Malloch has served on the executive board of the World Economic Forum, which hosts the renown Davos meeting in Switzerland. Malloch has been a Senior Fellow of the Aspen Institute, where he previously directed all of its national seminars. He has taught at a number of leading colleges and universities and appears frequently on television and in print. He headed consulting at Wharton-Chase Econometrics; has worked in capital markets at Salomon Brothers; and served in senior policy positions in the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations and in the U.S. State Department.

In addition to having held an ambassadorial level position in the United Nations in Geneva, Ted has served on numerous corporate, mutual fund, not-for-profit and religious boards and international and governmental advisory bodies including the University of Toronto International Governing Council, a Pew Charitable Trust board, and the Templeton Foundation and as an advisor to many think tanks including, The Hudson Institute, American Foreign Policy Council, and the Social Affairs Unit in the UK. Ted earned his Ph.D. in international political economy from the University of Toronto and took his B.A. from Gordon College and an M.Litt. from the University of Aberdeen.