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Sujit Choudhry is the founding director of the Center For Constitutional Transitions which is an organization that generates and mobilizes knowledge that supports the building of the Constitution. This knowledge is achieved by working with expert’s global multilateral firms, NGOs and think tanks who come up with evidence based policy options for researchers and those who make decisions. The organization was founded to breach the gap that exists due to the lack of up to date constitutional research that can be used to provide answers to questions that come up during constitutional transitions.

Sujit Choudhry, the founder of the organization, is an immigrant with three law Degrees from Harvard, Toronto, and Oxford. He has vast experience of living in different countries and navigating through various political and legal environments that include different political issues, stakeholders, and histories. This experience coupled with his wide experience in public policy has made him successful in the field of comparative law. He has contributed significantly to the interpretation of the Constitution.

With the country facing a global challenge of liberal democratic constitutionalism he feels that it is important for America to learn from other countries failures and successes.

Professor’s Greatest Lessons And Advice

His greatest lesson learned from working with people of diverse cultures is to be responsive and to listen to the people who are on the ground. According to the professor, one should be able to immerse themselves successfully into a new environment and should not assume they know the truth. He also emphasizes the importance of constantly inventing yourself and not to be discouraged by failures as they present opportunities to build something better.

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In Sujit Choudhry’s own words ‘don’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good.’ His greatest wish if given adequate time and resources is to see the creation of an organization which hosts and organizes the most paramount constitutional case law from the globe in different languages. His greatest achievement is the bringing together of scholars, experts, and leading practitioners to create global networks that have outlived projects. The future organization plans include the launching of its various knowledge projects this fall.

His Other Works

According to, Professor Sujit Choudhry in addition to being the founder of Center for Constitutional Transitions is also a professor of law at the California based University of California-Berkley. He has also been a law professor at New York University where he has also served as a dean and the University of Toronto Scholl chair. Sujit Choudhry is also widely recognized as an authority on comparative constitutional politics and law. He has been an advisor on the building of constitutions in South Africa, Jordan, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Ukraine, Tunisia Libya and Nepal  Continue reading on

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Alexandre Gama: Brazilian Advertising Extraordinaire

Alexandre Gama is renowned for his sense of business and advertising.

A graduate out of Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP), Gama began his career in advertising back in 1982. He served as a writer for the Standart Ogilvy agency. He elevated his career eight years later as a copywriter for DM9. Gama became the President, CEO and COO of Young & Rubicam in 1996.

In 1999, Gama left Young & Rubicam to focus on his own advertising agency. He called it Neogama. Today, Neogama is ranked in the top 20 advertising agencies in Brazil. Signs of the agency’s success were apparent over a decade ago. Back in 2003, Neogama became the first Brazilian agency to win two Golden Lions in Cannes in the same year.

Gama ended his agency’s 14-year relationship with the BHH Network. He has since decided to put his main focus on the agency. Gama is the only Brazilian on the Global Creative Board.

Jennifer Walden; One of the Few Successful Women Cosmetic Surgeon in America

For eight years, Jennifer Walden has been a specialist in the field of plastic surgery. Cosmetic plastic surgery is not highly considered by many female doctors; however, Jennifer decided to take this route as her career. According to Jennifer, there are 8,100 certified plastic surgeons in America, and out of this entire figure, women surgeons are a mere 851. Jennifer Walden happens to be one of the few 180 certified surgeons who are also members of American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery is currently the leading professional organization of board-certified cosmetic surgeons.

Most Cosmetic surgeries are performed on women, it therefore offers numerous advantages to female surgeons like Jennifer Walden. This is because female surgeons understand better how to apply the procedure on fellow female compared to male surgeons. Cosmetic surgery processes include; breast augmentations, tummy tucks, face lifts, eye lid shifts, and rhinoplasties among others. Jennifer Walden states that, cosmetic plastic surgery is quite affordable and not expensive as many people perceive. However, prices normally range depending on what type of cosmetic surgery one requires. For instance, breast augmentation can cost up to about $7000, while face lifts can add up to only $10000. Jennifer Walden on YouTube.

Jennifer Walden

Jennifer Walden was born in Austin where he also grew up. Later on, she managed to join Galveston University of Texas Medical Branch. Afterwards, she started her own cosmetic surgery center by the name Walden Cosmetic Center, and various other plastic surgery centers in Austin, Texas. The female cosmetic surgeon has also co-authored a text book by the name Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, and is among the 24 best beauty surgeons as was listed by Harper’s Bazaars in the year 2014. Jennifer Walden decided to put up her cosmetic centers on realizing that her home town was lacking one.

Glen Wakeman – Highly Successful Business Strategist with Over Two Decades of Experience

Glen Wakeman is a multi talented personality and is well-known in the United States for being a serial entrepreneur, writer, investors, mentor, and a financial executive. In the past, Glen Wakeman has worked with GE Capital and has also served as the CEO of Doral Financial Corporation. Working for the global firm that has its business spread worldwide gave Glen Wakeman to work in 32 countries and live in 6 throughout his career spanning over two decades in the financial world. Few of the specialization of Glen Wakeman includes new market entry, business consultation, mergers and acquisitions, integrations, start-ups, and more.



Presently, Glen Wakeman serves as the CEO of LaunchPad Holdings, LLC; a firm that he co-founded. LaunchPad Holdings is an integrated SAAS enterprise that helps the new businesses and start-ups to use the online platform efficiently and increase their chances of success manifolds. With years of experience in the financial industry, Glen Wakeman loves to share his ideas and experience and is often seen blogging on various topics, including business transformation, emerging markets, global affairs, business planning services, angel financing, capital raising, and more (AffiliateDork). Glen Wakeman also plays the role of a mentor and provides business related guidance to many emerging start-ups, including Sitter Bees, Dreamfunded, and many others.



Glen Wakeman holds Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and Economics from the Scranton University and has done Masters in Business Administration from the Chicago University. While working at GE Capital, Glen was given the title of Growth Leadership role model by the company’s board. Over the years, Glen has helped many companies transform their business, increase their revenue, and become a highly successful enterprise. Even as a mentor to start-ups like Dreamfunded and Sitter Bees, Glen Wakeman analyzes the business structure carefully to help mature the company, so that it remains competitive. Glen Wakeman has traveled the world and knows the business dynamics of international business, which has helped him, device specific business strategies for the companies he provides business counseling services with growth oriented strategies. Reaching out to a larger audience and increasing the operational territory by strengthening the hold of business overseas is essential to today’s date.

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Louis Chenevert: From Jets to Elevators

Gregory Hayes, current CEO of United Technologies, was recently asked what kind of legacy he wants to leave behind at the company. He answered that he believes the company should be at least in as good, if not better, shape than when took over.

By looking at the numbers, this seems to be the case so far. The company has created a revolution of sorts by creating a jet engine that is far superior to anything in its class. Called the GTF or geared turbofan, the engine is being used by 14 airlines in just a couple of years since its release. Considered to be the most efficient and clean engine, the GTF is a success story that involves a lot of hard work from a lot of people.

The supply chain to build the engines is located in almost all 50 states. The assembly plants are located in several different locations in the country. United Technologies invests nearly $1.3 billion in service centers for present and future customers. A total of $10 billion had been spent so far in the development of this particular engine. This is all money and jobs that are being kept in the US. What makes this company unique is that it has spent nearly $1 billion towards education programs for its employees and nearly 39,000 employees were able to earn their degrees through this program.

Louis Chenevert was the former boss at United Technologies. He became CEO in 1993 and guided the company to become the powerhouse it is today. What is even more impressive about this is that he did it despite the company being located in Hartford, Connecticut, which is not exactly the cheapest place to do manufacturing. In fact, as the rest of the nation was slipping and sliding in manufacturing after WWII, United Technologies improved its performance. Louis Chenevert was instrumental in turning the company into an aerospace as well as a construction related company, with the purchase of Otis elevators and escalators as well as BF Goodrich. Today, thanks to Chenevert, United Technologies is one the leading innovators as well as manufacturers in its field.