Goery Delacote - A renowned French scientist and educator, Dr. Goéry Delacôte is Chief Executive of At-Bristol, a UK-based science center. Previously Dr. Delacôte served as Executive Director of the Exploratorium in San Francisco, CA, where he was instrumental in driving the Exploratorium into global recognition as the finest and most innovative science museum anywhere. During that time he targeted private and public funds to raise over $200 million to support the Exploratorium's capital and operations costs as well as growing the annual budget from $7 million to $28 million.

In November 2001, the French government presented Dr. Delacôte with the insignia of the Chevalier de la Legion d' honneur, the French equivalent of knighthood. He is Professor emeritus of Physics at the University of Paris, Vice-Chairman of the Board of the Palais de la Découverte, and for nine years has been the Director of the Science and Technology Information Division of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS).

Mr. Delacote brings practical insight into non-profit operations and fundraising, invaluable strategic business acumen, and an international perspective to the Institute.

More than 38 million people around the world are infected by HIV/AIDS, 25 million in Africa alone.
Fritz Institute has worked closely with us and brought in private sector advisors like Intel that have helped us revamp our entire containment process and it's led to great benefits.
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International Rescue Committee
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