Warren S. Rustand

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Warren S. Rustand is an entrepreneur, educator and public servant, having served as the appointments secretary to President Gerald Ford during Rustand's time as a White House Scholar.

He is past chairman of the World Presidents' Organisation (WPO aka YPO Gold), Dean of Learning on the Entrepreneurs' Organization (EO) MIT Birthing of Giants Program, and Dean of the EO Leadership Academy[1]. He has served as CEO or Chairman of 17 companies and on the Board of Directors for 50 public, private and not-for-profit organisations. Mr Rustand is a regular speaker on the subject of Leadership.

Mr Rustand is the creator of the seminar "Public Policy and the Private Sector.", running annually since 1988. The seminar invites CEOs to meet with the highest-level people in government, media and lobbying, which enables them to better understand current issues, public policy and how the private sector can better engage in this process.

He currently serves as the international chairman of L3, a global leadership group focused on one’s contribution during the second half of life. [2][3][4]

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