Program 2014

Theodore R. Malloch

Theodore Roosevelt Malloch, Ph.D. is Chairman and CEO of The Roosevelt Group, a leading strategy thought leadership company. He was President of the 1992 World Economic Development Congress sponsored by CNN, where Congress Lady Margaret Thatcher dubbed him, a global sherpa.
Some of his other projects have included founding The CEO Learning Partnership for a big six accounting firm, fashioning the Fortune 500 Forum for Fortune Magazine, and managing the development of UN EDIFACT, the new rules and standards for global paperless trading.
Dr. Malloch also created one of the largest selling stamps in international history, to commemorate the environment and endangered species. Serving on the Executive Board of the World Economic Forum and an ambassadorial level position in the United Nations are some of his other notable achievements. He also headed consulting at Wharton-Chase Econometrics, worked in capital markets at Salomon Brothers and served in senior policy positions in the US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations and in the US State Department.
In 2005, Dr. Malloch founded the Spiritual Capital Initiative, a multi-year, multimillion dollar research effort, which he chairs. He is a research professor at Yale University. Dr. Malloch earned his Ph.D. from the University of Toronto and has authored numerous books, articles and corporate reports, the latest of which is Doing Virtuous Business, which is also the basis for a new PBS Emmy nominated documentary (