Sami

 

ANDREAS SAMI PRAUHART
VIENNA, JERUSALEM AND BANGKOK

Sami has worked as an independent policy advisor in the Middle East, West Africa and South America, including for the Palestinian President’s Office, the Palestine Investment Fund, the Legal Resources Center in Accra and UNDP (United Nations Development Program). He has been engaged in several legal, economic and communications functions within the context of the Israel-Palestine conflict. He provides consulting and coaching services for leading private sector clients in Abu Dhabi and Germany.

He graduated from Harvard University with a 2-year Master in Public Administration and holds a LLM degree from the University of Graz, Austria and Universidad de Valladolid, Spain. Sami also studied as a Chevening fellow sponsored by Shell in energy economics and geopolitics in the UK.

Sami loves the writings of the late Edward Said, Theodore Zeldin, Khalil Gibran and Sir Charles Popper. He is convinced that Solitude by Duke Ellington is the best ever jazz song.