- Candidate is approximately 45 years of age or younger.
- Candidate has a background of extraordinary achievement and a track record as a thought leader or influencer in his/her area of expertise. Typically, this means 10+ years of professional experience and a clear indication the candidate is on a leadership trajectory.
- Candidate holds a top position of a company/organization, division or department. Candidates would typically form part of the employer’s executive or leadership team. Typical titles include: President, Chairman of the Board, CEO / CFO / COO (or other “C” level role), Managing Director, Managing Partner, Executive Director, Vice President, Vice Chair, Governor, Senior Director, Senior Fellow, Professor, Chief Economist, or equivalent of any of the above.
- Candidate has a track record in public service-oriented activities or has shown a commitment to enhancing the global public good.
The official deadline for Bretton Woods Committee Emerging Leader submission is August 1, 2015.