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Dr. Toby Malichi on the importance of trade to his company and the U.S. economy.
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Dr. Toby Malichi, Indianapolis, IN, Founder and Chief Strategic Advisor, Malichi Group Worldwide Peter ...
Dr. Toby Malichi was the featured speaker and seminar leader at the Annual Power Talk International Conference held on June 8th 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. POWERTalk International members are men and women who are part of a world-wide, not-for-profit association of 400 clubs. Founded as International Toastmistress Clubs in 1938, the organization has been regularly renewed and updated to meet the needs of its members of all ages and cultures.
Serving his third White House Administration in over 18 years, Dr. Malichi is a "selected official volunteer" and federal appointee who in May 2011 was elected vice-chairman to the board of directors of the U.S. & Foreign Commercial Service - U.S. Department of Commerce - Indiana District Export Council. He is the first Black to hold the prestigious position.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and World Bank invited Dr. Malichi to participate in the: Building Capacity for Trade in Developing Countries - Fostering Public and Private Cooperation in Aid for Trade Dialogue on Monday, March 14, 2011. The featured leaders were: Thomas J. Donohue, President and CEO, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Robert B. Zoellick, President, The World Bank Pascal Lamy, Director General, World Trade Organization. The Dialogue was followed by a roundtable discussion of corporate case stories.February 20, 2011, Dr. Toby Malichi in appreciation for his community support was honored during, "Black History Month" by Universal Ministries, Inc. January, 2011; Dr. Malichi has been invited and selected for 2011 to join a select group of leaders to serve on Chief Learning Officer magazine's prestigious 2011 Business Intelligence Board. He will help CLO gain better insight into work and challenges in the global marketplace.September 22, 2010; Dr. Toby Malichi, Hon. D. Bus. was appointed an "Honorary Attendee" by the Global Services Coalition Industries to attend the Global Services Summit 2010: Breaking the Deadlock on Services Trade and Investment which was held in Washington, DC.
Trade ministers and trade policy leaders from U.S. and around the world to examine ways to expand services trade and investment, in order to create jobs, growth, and sustained economic recovery.
Who: United States Trade Representative Ron Kirk will make the opening keynote address at the Global Services Summit in Washington, DC on Wednesday, September 22, 2010.
The conference will also include remarks by other leaders in international trade, including:
Hon. Anand Sharma, Minister of Commerce and Industry, India
Hon. Craig Emerson, Minister of Trade, Australia
Hon. Bruno Ferrari, Secretary of the Economy, Mexico
Hon. Tim Groser, Minister of Trade, New Zealand
Hon. Mustapa Mohamed, Minister of Trade and Industry, Malaysia
Lord Brittan, Trade Advisor to UK Prime Minister David Cameron
Hon. Pascal Lamy, Director-General, World Trade Organization
Congressional leaders will include:
Hon. Sander Levin, Chairman, House Ways and Means Committee
Hon. Dave Camp, Ranking Member, House Ways and Means Committee
Hon. Joseph Crowley, Co-Chair, Congressional Services Caucus
Business leaders will include:
Hon. William M. Daley, Vice Chairman, JPMorgan Chase
Scott Price, CEO, Walmart Asia
Rajan Bharti Mittal, President, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry
Dr. Robert Atkinson, President, The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
Bill Toppeta, President, MetLife International; Chairman, Coalition of Service Industries
In addition, the Summit will include remarks by other senior trade officials and business leaders.
January 21, 2010, Dr. Toby Malichi served as a panelist for Jobs on Main Street, Customers Around the World Conference hosted by Ambassador Ron Kirk, Executive Office of the President, The United States Trade Representative (USTR) in coordination with the U.S. Department of Commerce, the Small Business Administration, the Export-Import Bank, and other U.S. trade-promotion institutions.
IUPUI ANNOUNCES HALL OF FAME CLASS OF 2010
1/4/2010 3:26:19 PM
INDIANAPOLIS - The IUPUI Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and Office of Alumni Relations have announced the five member Hall of Fame Class of 2010. The 2010 class will be comprised of former men’s basketball standouts. In addition, the 1972 men’s basketball team will be inducted collectively, becoming the first team to earn the department’s highest honor.
This year’s class brings the Hall of Fame’s enshrinement up to 46 members since its creation in 1994. The quintet will be officially inducted on Friday, Jan. 29 with a ceremony inside Scholars Hall at the on-campus University Place Hotel and Conference Center.
The 1972 men’s basketball team will be inducted collectively and is widely regarded for the birth of the current varsity athletics program. During a faculty council meeting in February 1971, the recommendation was made by the Athletic Committee that the school should participate in intercollegiate athletics. Nick Kellum, then a member of the Normal College faculty, helped create the team, coached initially by George Dickison. The first contest was on Saturday, Jan. 22, 1972 when the Metros took on IU-Kokomo at the Ritter High School Gymnasium.
Members of Dickison’s first team included (listed alphabetically): Hogan Black, David Burton, Marc Coapstick, Ed Finch, Tom Fox, Joe Lentz, Toby Malichi, Craig Marshall, Bud Melton, Shelton Oakes, Jerry Sommerman, Terry Townsend, Dana Watts, Steve Wilson and Dave Wood. The team dropped its first contest, 91-82 to IU-Kokomo on its way to a 1-6 record in the abbreviated inaugural season.
In February 2010; Dr. Toby Malichi, Founder and Chief Executive of Malichi Group Worldwide led a client-based business trade mission to India.The co-CEO of a musical technology company addressed future IT and Engineering leaders at an international conference held at Techkriti University in Kampour, India. Dr. Malichi gave the opening introduction of the speaker. Other conference speakers featured Noble Peace Prize Laureates as well. Techkriti University is one of India's leading Universities. The mission also included business meetings in New Delhi and Agra.
In September 2009, Dr. Malichi was recognized as a man of distinction by the 100 Black Men of Indianapolis, Inc. as part of their 25th Anniversary year as a leader in his field and having made a positive impact on the city of Indianapolis.
In June 2009; Dr. Toby Malichi keynoted the plenary session on "Embracing Change" for the 35th Annual professional training seminar of the Federal Women's Program (FWP) - Federal Executive Association held in Indianapolis, Indiana. The conference was attended by over 400 women and a few men from many federal agencies, which included many dignitaries and the executive leadership from U.S. Senator Richard G. Lugar and U.S. Sentator Evan Bayh offices.
In November 2008 and 2009, Dr. Malichi was as a panelist and speaker at the Global Diversity Supply Chain Conference sponsored by Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. The conference attracted over 200 CEOs and business owners from around the Midwest.
Dr. Malichi was invited to be a featured marketplace speaker at the 5th Eastern Gate Prayer Convocation 2007 Singapore. His seminar topic was ?Transformation of the Marketplace.? The Prayer Convocation was attended by thousands of pastors, ministers, spiritual, government and business leaders from over 58 countries and all seven continents
While attending Transform World Indonesia 2005, Dr. Malichi was personally selected and invited by Pastor Bambang - Founder of 70 churches in Medan, Indonesia, to be the week?s revival - featured speaker. Dr. Malichi, ministered to thousands - on the marketplace and governance. Medan is the second largest business district in Indonesia.
In February 2005, Secretary of State Colin Powell of the U.S. State Department invited Dr. Malichi to deliver motivational talks to high school and college students and professors in Grenada and Barbados. Dr. Malichi was invited back to speak to government officials and employees in Grenada by the Prime Minister.
In February 2001, Dr. Toby Malichi was a keynote speaker at the Institute of Economic Affairs African Conference on Corporate Governance and Sustainable Development - Accra, Ghana for small and medium-sized enterprises sponsored by the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) and the National Endowment for Democracy (NED).
September 27-29, 2000, Dr. Toby Malichi spoke at the Africa and America: A Gateway for Women in Business Conference - held: Hyatt at University Village in Chicago, Illinois, which was sponsored by the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) based in Washington, D.C.; Dr. Malichi is a board member and serves on the executive committee. The conference was attended by african women business leaders from the entire continent of Africa as well as American women business leaders.
In 1993, the late U.S. Secretary of Commerce of the United States Department of Commerce, Ronald H. Brown once called Dr. Toby Malichi, "The World?s Greatest Marketer" during the first U.S. - led trade mission to Mexico City after the successful passage of NAFTA. Dr. Malichi, founder of his own firm was an official selected volunteer spokesperson on behalf of the White House Administration, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and the Business Roundtable as an advocate and leader representing the issues small-and-medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).