Dr. Tam Nguyen has twenty years experience in corporate policy and strategy, sustainability, and public affairs. He is currently global head of sustainability for Bechtel Corporation and also serves as vice-chair of the corporate responsibility committee of the U.S. Council for International Business. Dr. Nguyen was previously the manager for global issues, policy and corporate responsibility at Chevron Corporation and concurrently chaired the social responsibility working group of IPIECA, a major oil and gas association in London. He has also worked for the Asian Development Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington, D.C., and the U.S. Agency for International Development, holding posts in Australia, Southeast Asia, Eurasia, West Africa, and Latin America. Dr. Nguyen was awarded visiting fellowships to the Research Institute of the Export-Import Bank of Japan (Tokyo) and the Center for Corporate Responsibility of the Asian Institute of Management (Manila). He co-edited Regional Public Goods: From Theory to Practice (IDB: 2004) and has authored a number of industry publications on social responsibility in the oil/gas sector. Educated in the United States, Europe, and Asia, he is a graduate of George Washington University, and holds a doctorate in business administration and two Master’s degrees in International Business and International Development.