Arthur Sculley is a member of Network 20/20’s Advisory Council and a Senior Fellow at the Center for Emerging Markets Enterprises, Fletcher School, Tufts University. Arthur is a Business and Peace Task Force member at the United States Institute for Peace, and a member of The Fletcher School’s European Advisory Group. Previously, Arthur was a co-founder and chairman of several B2B companies including IntraLinks, Inc. and CreditTrade, Ltd. He has consulted for governments and corporations including Ireland, New Zealand, Bermuda, IBM, Shell Oil, JPMorgan and i2 Technologies. He is the co-author of B2B Exchanges: The Killer Application in the Business-to-Business Internet Revolution, which was a business book best seller, was distributed at the World Economic Forum in Davos and is a must read in many business schools. For 25 years he held numerous roles at JP Morgan in New York and overseas, including CEO and Managing Director of JP Morgan’s private bank.
Arthur Sculley has been living part time in Istanbul for the past year doing research in Anatolia, Northern Iraq and Central Asia on the impact of trade and commerce on Turkey’s recent foreign policy. He received a BS from the Wharton School and a MA from The Fletcher School’s GMAP program at Tufts University.