Frederick Charles DUBEE
Fellow, World Academy of Arts and Sciences Former Senior Officer, Executive Office of the UN Secretary General Former Senior Advisor, UN Global Compact Office

Born in Canada, Professor Frederick Dubee was educated in Canada, Switzerland, Ireland, the United Kingdom and Austria; he joined the automotive industry in 1968 where he spent three decades focused on education, marketing, strategy and international bridge building in North and South America, Europe and Asia. Since 2000, Fred Dubee has served the United Nations Global Compact initially as Senior Officer, Executive Office of the Secretary-General, under Secretary-General Kofi Annan and subsequently as Senior Advisor: United Nations Global Compact. 


Fred teaches at the post-graduate level at the University of Sydney, and at Shanghai University where he was also appointed Executive Director (International) of the MBA Center and Global Management Education Institute. He is a Fellow of the World Academy of Arts and Sciences, an elected Member of the Club of Rome and has been granted Foreign Expert Status in China, by the State Administration of Foreign Expert Affairs (SAFEA). Fred has authored numerous academic papers and presentations, co-authored "Peace Business" and co-edited "China the Way Forward".

Following a first encounter in 2004 Fred has been increasingly involved with and committed to supporting BGI as a sounding board, bridge builder and among other tasks as a consistent contributor over the years to the International Conference on Genomics (ICG). Fred has been a long term member of the BGI International Advisory Board/Think Tank, and Senior Advisor to the BGI Institutional Review Board. In 2014 he was appointed Professor, BGI College and in 2016 he was formally appointed BGI Advisor.