A: The awards are given to the films not individuals and yes it did. You can confirm this with Mr. Clayton Taylor of WFYI the PBS affiliate who made the documentaries. I was executive producer and Todd Gould was the director and he has 17 such awards, I believe. The two documentaries are: Doing Virtuous Business, which I believe, was sent to nomination and Renewing American Culture, which was an Emmy finalist. It did not win. I never stated it did.
A: The video you provided is only of her speech not the introduction or words or greeting nor the private breakfast that took place beforehand. I will direct you to some of the 2500 people who were in attendance who can corroborate the claim made, if you desire. One such is, Skip Weitzen, who directed one of the panels of the program and was seated on the very front row during her speech.
I was entered into the Sovereign Order of St. John some years ago after having been nominated and have a letter stating such and the award comes through The Queen. I was tapped by a sword in her honor by her representative in New York so obviously it was not she. I never intimated such or that it is a full knighthood. In my book, if you read it, I am very joking about it and my wiseass sons referring to me as ‘Sir Ted’ in quotes. Americans don’t have such aristocratic titles. In fact, I also stated they gave me a prank white belt with the same jewel encrusted ‘Sir Ted’ marking as a funny Christmas gift.
Well only through a property owned in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. There are papers to that effect.
Yes, and I can send you a copy of the Coat of Arms with all the fancy inscriptions. Will you publish it?
Yes, I started at the University of Toronto on a Hart House fellowship in 1976 and finished in 1979. I did all my classwork and orals in less than three years and defended my thesis later. The degree was granted in 1980 – at the next latest available graduation ceremony. Would you like the name of my thesis examiner, who is British? Many of the other members of my doctoral committee have now deceased. I believe.
A; At its height, it had approximately 15 employees FT and many more PT. Websites, tax and corporate filings in the US prove that.
A: You will need to look harder over a 35 plus year time period. My bibliography is many pages long and includes 14 books, many chapters in peer-reviewed books, reviews and articles. Really these are accessible for the most part except for the older ones.
A; I was a Research Professor at Yale University and senior fellow at SBS. My status at Blackfriars Oxford was as research professor.
A: Why is there a problem with small companies? My sons are not directors. Check your facts, again. This is wrong.
A; I organized a number of conferences for which papers were done for the Economist. Others op-eds or citations.
A; Contact Dr. Christopher Hancock who was at Wolfson College with me as a fellow. He will confirm it. It is correct to say I was not there very often, which is not uncommon for unpaid titles. I was some sort of fellow and this is all a mystery to me at Oxford.
I was a summer teaching fellow at the summer school at Pembroke College. I have receipts of payments proving such.
Per your request, I am delighted to provide background on Lady Thatcher’s title of Global Sherpa that she bestowed on Dr. Malloch at the 1992 CNN Congress.
I have worked with Ted since 1984, as a featured speaker at his many conferences. As the author of several business books, including Hypergrowth (John Wiley & Sons) I planned the Fast Growth Business track for the CNN Congress, which featured many of the leading business leaders of the time.
Ted Malloch featured many global luminaries in the opening session, including Dr. Henry Kissinger, George Soros, and of course, Lady Thatcher.
In her opening remarks, Mrs. Thatcher looked over the packed audience and without using notes; she began thanking members sitting on the dais.
When she got to Dr. Malloch, I was in the front row awaiting her remarks. Then she spoke, “I want to express my appreciation to Ted Malloch, a Global Sherpa, for asking me to speak at this fantastic conference.”
I looked at Ted sitting and saw him express a rare smile!
I don’t remember much that Lady Thatcher said after that, but for the next 25 years, I have referred to Ted Malloch in emails and articles as A Global Sherpa.
If you need anything else, please don’t hesitate to contact me.