Giulio de Tommaso is responsibile for managing the firm and providing its overall strategic direction. He is an accomplished public sector management and governance expert with over 20 years of experience in strengthening the capacity of public sector agencies to manage human and financial resources effectively and transparently. He holds degrees from Johns Hopkins SAIS, Georgetown University and the Universita’ di Siena (Italy).
Rodolfo Figallo is is an accomplished professional with over ten years successful experience managing and supporting international companies’ development in Peru and across Latin America. He has long and successful experience assisting Private Sector companies of all sizes access finances in order to further their development. He brings hands-on Peruvian experience to our dedicated private sector development and access to finance team.
Tullio Morganti leads our Human Resource Management work at Consilium Group Advisors. He is a Human Resource Management Specialist with over 30 years experience in assisting governments in improving their human resource management infrastructure. He has multidisciplinary background in law, international relations and international economics. Tullio has worked in over 30 countries world-wide. He is a graduate of Johns Hopkins SAIS and Carleton University in Ottawa.
Joe Kulenovic is an economist with expertise in assessing the impacts of policies, regulations, and institutional reforms, as well as in economic integration, economic governance, and public-private partnerships. He has over 20 years of experience working in over 15 countries world wide. He is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington DC.
Delbert R. “Chip” Terrill is a world-renowned expert with almost 40 years of experience practicing law and advising governments on legal and judicial reforms. He is a leading expert in Intellectual Property Litigation and an accomplished trainer on the subject matter.
Prior to joining Consilium Group Advisor, Mr. Terrill was a lawyer and an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) at the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC), and the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission in Boston, Massachusetts.
Hamid Alavi is a private sector development specialist with over 20 years of experience in carrying out access to finance reforms across the world. He is internationally recognized as an expert in the development of small and medium enterprises, access to finance, inclusive innovation, and trade facilitation and logistics. He has received awards for several of his path breaking projects and has authored several books and journal articles.
Lou Enoff leads our Public Administration and Governance Reform practice. He has over 40 years of relevant experience in the field, both as a consultant advising governments worldwide in the development of suitable safety net systems and institutions and as a policy maker and administrator with responsibilities in the US Pension Administration.
As an administrator, Mr. Enoff has a long and distinguished career in the Social Security Administration of the United States, which culminated in his appointment as Acting Commissioner. He also held posts as first Principal Deputy Commissioner with responsibility for providing leadership and direction to the Deputy Commissioners.
Mr. Enoff has authored multiple publications, and is considered an authority in the field of social security reform.
Dr. Ellen Hazelkorn is co-leader of our Capacity Development and Vocational Training practice. She is also Policy Advisor to the Higher Education Authority (HEA) of Ireland and Emeritus Professor and Director, Higher Education Policy Research Unit (HEPRU), Dublin Institute of Technology (Ireland). She has worked as a higher education policy consultant and specialist with international organizations and governments for over 15 years, is a board member of several universities and higher education/research organizations. Ellen regularly undertakes strategic and research evaluations. She has authored/co-authored over 90 peer-reviewed articles, policy briefs, books and book chapters.
Dr. Hazelkorn has 20 years as Vice President of the Dublin Institute of Technology, including as Dean of the Graduate Research School. She has been responsible for curriculum development and quality assurance of all programs.
Mr. Tom Boland is co-leader of our Capacity Development and Training practice. As an international adviser and expert on higher education and research, he has wide experience in leading complex, high performance organizations across a range of public service activities, with strong competence in strategy, organizational and system reform and stakeholder management.
As Chief Executive of the Higher Education Authority of Ireland (HEA) for twenty years, Mr. Boland led a wide-ranging reform of the Irish higher education system involving institutional consolidation and the putting in place of a system of binding agreements with the higher education institutions, containing specific, measureable contributions to stated national objectives, combined with a model of funding contingent in part on performance.
Edwin Grappin is a mathematician and statistician. He is a graduate of the French National School of Statistics, Economics and Finance (ENSAE) and has in-depth experience in statistical and econometric modeling.
Edwin has over two years of experience assisting public sector agencies and private sector companies and using available data to improve their performance. A French national, he is fluent in English, French and Spanish.
George Tafadzwa Mutowa is a Manager in the Public Sector Reform Practice. He is an accomplished Public Sector manager, with over 12 years experience in the Zimbabwe Public Service and a consultant for the World Bank. George holds multiple degrees from the University of Zimbabwe and postgraduate certifications in performance management, project management, monitoring and evaluation, and public sector reforms.
Veronica Musa is a specialist in legal reform, focused in human rights and development of strategies for the advancement of civil society.
Before joining Consilium Group Advisors, Musa served as human rights monitor for the Fair Food Standards Council (FFSC) in charge of the implementation of the Fair Food Program, a groundbreaking corporate social responsibility program in the agriculture of the United States. Previously, she monitored conditions of confinement of immigrant detainees in county jails on behalf of Florida Institutional Legal Services (FILS).
Pierre Cordier is a Senior Analyst in the Economic Development and Trade practice. He is an economist and a statistician focused on improving public sector agencies data management capacities. He assists our clients in developing data management and information technology tools that are suited to their needs and expectations.
A French citizen, Pierre holds a Masters Degree in Data Science and a Bachelors in Business Administration from the Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l’Administration Economique (ENSAE –France).