David Good, Oakley Johnson, Joseph Kitamirike and Par Nuder Join Albright Stonebridge Group as Senior Directors


Washington, DC (November 18, 2010) – Albright Stonebridge Group, a global strategy firm, announced today the addition of four new Senior Directors to be based in Kampala, Uganda; Stockholm, Sweden and Washington, D.C.

David Good, who has held senior roles at the Tata Group, and at the U.S. State Department, the U.S. Information Agency, and in diplomatic postings in India and West Asia, will be based in Washington, D.C. (See full bio:  http://www.albrightstonebridge.com/team/david-p-good/)

Oakley Johnson, who has 40 years of international private sector experience, including senior roles at AIG focused on global operations, and with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on market expansion in Asia and international investment policy, will be based in Washington, D.C. (See full bio: http://www.albrightstonebridge.com/team/oakley-johnson/)

Joseph Kitamirike, current CEO of the Ugandan Securities Exchange, and former commissioner in the Ugandan Ministry of Tourism, Trade and Industry, with extensive public and private sector experience in technology and engineering, will be based in Kampala, Uganda. (See full bio: http://www.albrightstonebridge.com/team/joseph-s-kitamirike/)

Par Nuder, who served as the Minister of Finance of Sweden from 2004-2006 and previously as Minister of Culture, Minister for Policy Coordination and as State Secretary in the office of the Prime Minister Goran Persson, will be based in Stockholm, Sweden. (See full bio:  http://www.albrightstonebridge.com/team/par-nuder/)

“David Good, Oakley Johnson, Joseph Kitamirike and Par Nuder will be invaluable additions to our global team,” said Madeleine K. Albright, Chair of Albright Stonebridge Group. “The remarkable range of experience and expertise that these individuals bring will even further enhance our ability to help our clients understand— and succeed in— a new global marketplace that operates at the intersection of business, government, finance and civil society.”