Steve Case, Chairman and CEO, Revolution As the CEO of Revolution, an investment firm dedicated to building built to last businesses, Case has established a legacy for creating some of the strongest businesses in history. He revolutionized the Internet through AOL, and negotiated the largest merger in business history. Case will work with The Red Sea Project's executive team to bring transformative business management to the project.
Philippe Cousteau Jr., Co-Founder and President, EarthEcho International Cousteau Jr. is a multi Emmy-nominated TV host, author, speaker and social entrepreneur. He advises on best practices for social and environmental sustainable development and through his non-profit, EarthEcho International, prepares the next generation to solve the environmental challenges the world faces.
Carlos Duarte, Professor, Red Sea Research Center Duarte's leadership in biological oceanography and marine ecology will serve to inform conservation at utmost scientific level. His Red Sea expertise, and versatility as a world-leading marine ecologist, makes him a core part of the environmental protection initiative behind The Red Sea Project.
J. Carl Ganter, CEO, Vector Center Ganter is an expert on water security who focuses on the intersections and impacts of changing water, food, and energy resources globally. His experience with Vector Center's data analysis, contextualization, and reporting will help guide The Red Sea Project's leadership on risk identification and mitigation, investment, and environmental and sustainability initiatives.
Paul Holthus, Founder, President, and CEO, World Ocean Council At the World Ocean Council, Holthus is responsible for a global multi-industry leadership alliance blending private sector interests and market forces to develop practical solutions for achieving ocean sustainability. Holthus will advise on best practices in business-led marine environmental management and sustainable development.
Aradhana Khowala, CEO and Founder, Aptamind Partners Khowala's accomplishments in travel, tourism and hospitality will lend valuable insight into building and scaling the project. Her appreciation for tourism as a force of good will help bring together luxury hospitality and environmental conservation together with community engagement for The Red Sea Project.
Sven-Olof Lindblad, CEO, Lindblad Expeditions Lindblad's experience in building world-class expeditions, particularly marine-focused trips aboard intimate ships, is an excellent resource for The Red Sea Project. Lindblad's work with National Geographic and his understanding of cultural nuance in remote regions of the world will help inform the project's vision, development planning and guest experiences.
Source: Saudi Press Agency