Untuk pengalaman yang lebih baik di Facebook, perbarui browser Anda. For the past 10 years, Governor Beasley has worked with influential leaders and on-the-ground programme managers in more than a hundred international locations on initiatives to foster peace, reconciliation and economic progress. In Ethiopia, for example, he worked alongside Tony Hall, former U.S. Ambassador to FAO, IFAD and WFP, on a partnership with the Challenge Mercy charity to increase food access for college students and internally displaced folks.\n\nLast 12 months, for example, he and his staff led a global conference in Kosovo that brought tons of of business and political leaders from the Balkans together for five days of dialogue. His leadership before, during and after hurricanes enabled the evacuation of tons of of 1000’s of people along South Carolina’s coast, including high season tourist areas, colleges, healthcare services, businesses and families.\n\nHis leadership ensured access to food, healthcare and shelter for essentially the most susceptible households during and immediately after the natural disasters. Governor Beasley also served as Chairman of the U.S. Health and Human Companies Agency’s National Rural Health Committee for 10 years.\n\nAs Governor and chairman of multiple government committees, Beasley honed his diplomatic abilities and has continued to put them to use after leaving public office. Additionally, over the past 15 years, Governor Beasley has led conferences and missions in a number of the most conflict-affected areas of the world, including Kosovo, South Sudan, Sudan, Tunisia and Yemen.\n\nBy way of his travels, Governor Beasley has developed close personal relationships with leaders in many nations, including heads of state and members of assorted national parliaments – a network that he will use to broaden WFP’s assist base. Governor Beasley brought girls and members of minority groups into his cabinet and senior positions.