Recently, ECC's Bincheng Mao sat down with Mr. Bob Zoellick, Senior Fellow at the Belfer Center and the 11th President of the World Bank, to discuss his book "America in the World," youth engagement in public service, and bridging America’s political divide on issues such as environmental protection and poverty alleviation.
World Bank President Zoellick (right) with Chancellor Merkel, Getty
Our guest today is Mr. Robert Zoellick, 11th President of the World Bank. Regarded as one of America's preeminent statesmen, Mr. Zoellick led all US trade negotiations as the US Trade Representative from 2001 to 2005. Prior to heading the World Bank in 2007, Mr. Zoellick has also served as US Lead Negotiator in 2+4 Talks on German Reunification, White House Deputy Chief of Staff, Deputy Secretary of State, and Vice Chairman at Goldman Sachs Group.
Bincheng Mao moderates this interview with Mr. Zoellick. He is the chief editor of Inclusion Advocate and founder of the East Coast Coalition for Tolerance (ECC). An awardee of the Clinton Foundation's COVID-19 Student Action Fund, Bincheng has led ECC in mobilizing 3,000 young volunteers to help over 80,000 minorities with language barriers access life-saving health services during the pandemic.
Inclusion Advocate - Unscripted is an interview series produced by the East Coast Coalition for Tolerance and Non-Discrimination (ECC), a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting minority inclusion.