For instance, Carolina Müller-Möhl sits on the advisory board of the Swiss Economic Forum, the executive committee of the Swiss Management Association and the foundation board of the renowned Swiss think tank Avenir Suisse as well as the board of trustees of the internationally active Bertelsmann Foundation in Germany.
In the field of education, Carolina Müller-Möhl is, amongst others, a member of the advisory board of Prof. Ernst Fehr’s Department of Economics at the University of Zurich, the University of St. Gallen, the Zurich University of the Arts, and of the foundation board of the Pestalozzi Foundation. With the objective to promote female talent, she is a member of the advisory board of Generation CEO and of the foundation board of the MBA for Women Foundation. Finally, as a member of the advisory board, she actively supports EDGE, the leading global assessment methodology and business certification standard that helps companies to create an optimal workplace for women and men.
In order to provide a platform for the various concerns, Carolina Müller-Möhl regularly gets involved as a speaker, panelist and columnist.
In recognition of her success and her philanthropic commitment, the World Economic Forum (WEF) nominated her as a Young Global Leader in 2007.
Patrick Frick was co-founder and partner of Social Investors (www.socialinvestors.com), advising affluent individuals and families worldwide to maximize the impact of their philanthropic activities.
Patrick is a founding member of The Value Web, which is an international network of process designers and facilitators, delivering collaborative engagements for leaders and their organizations around the world who seek solutions to social and environmental challenges. Patrick leads The Value Web's engagement with the World Economic Forum and brings his expertise of design and facilitation of collaboration to their gatherings around the world, including the Annual Meeting in Davos.
Patrick studied at the University of St.Gallen (HSG) and the Paris Institute of Political Studies (SciencesPo).
Dominique Jakob studied in Germany and several other countries, and holds a master’s degree in international law from the University of Lund (Sweden) and a Ph.D. from the University of Munich. His post-doctoral (habilitation) thesis is representative of his specialization in comparative and international foundation law. Since 2007 he is holding a full chair of private law at the University of Zurich where he established the “Center for Foundation Law” in 2008 and an international conference, the “Zurich Foundation Law Day”, in 2010.
His main fields of research and practice are international estate planning and wealth management (including trusts) as well as national and international foundation law. He is author of numerous publications in Switzerland and several other countries, sought-after speaker at international conferences, board member of various institutions, and acts as counsel to governments, financial institutions, companies, foundations, associations, families, and private clients.