Robert Chislett
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Olivera Z Mijuskovic and Robert Chislett are now friends
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http://linkedin.com/in/rnchislett
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Program Fellow
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The Volcker Alliance
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Business, Cities, Culture, Development, Economy, Energy, Environment, Ethics, Finance, Governance, Innovation, Security, Sustainability, Trade
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Robert is currently a Program Fellow at the Volcker Alliance where he focuses on the promotion of truth and integrity in government finance. He is also a United States Army combat veteran with over a decade of experience operating throughout the Pacific, Europe, and the Middle East. Robert was recently selecting as a Carnegie New Leader for 2018.

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