Dana Redford, President, is the founder and president of PEEP is an internationally recognized expert on business and public policy. Dr. Redford has coordinated large policy experimentation and evaluation projects in education, social inclusion and sustainability and has worked with the US Department of Commerce, the European Commission, the OECD, the UN and various European and African governments. He has taught at UC-Berkeley and in 2010, the OECD recognized his course entrepreneurship at Catholic University of Portugal as one of eight best practices. His latest book, “Developing Africa’s Financial Services – The Importance of High-Impact Entrepreneurship” (2017) has been published by Emerald. He is on the Advisory Board of the Institute of European Studies at UC-Berkeley, where he did his post-doc research. Redford holds a BA (Hons.) in Political Science from University of Colorado at Boulder and a PhD in Business and Public Policy from ISCTE-Lisbon.