Commissioner George Mentz becomes Associate of St. George House – Windsor Castle

This week, George Mentz was invited to join as an associate of St. George House  – Windsor Castle.  St George’s House was founded in 1966 by H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh and the then Dean of Windsor, Robin Woods, as a place where people of influence and responsibility in every area of society can come together to explore and communicate their views and analysis of contemporary issues.

Mentz stated, “As a lifelong teacher and member of the US Commission on Presidential Scholars, I decided to join the St. George House as I am committed to service to humanity and global  leadership issues related to  education, law, ethics, psychology, the arts, and our environment.

St George’s House, the organisation, takes its name from the building of that name in close proximity to and associated with St George’s Chapel within the perimeter of the Castle. It belongs to the College of Canons, founded in 1348 and is where participants are hosted for the duration of consultations on given topics. The organisation brings together international thought leaders from different disciplines and roles in British society with the purpose of investigating means of overcoming some of the major challenges in contemporary society through dialogue.

Counselor Mentz serves on the White House Presidential Scholars Program and is an award winning professor and author of over 40 books and audio books.  Mentz is a historian and analyst of: management and success methodology, mysticism, spirituality,  ethics, and human performance.

Commissioner Mentz holds a Doctor of Jurisprudence (JD), an MBA, and an International Law Credential, along with law and other licenses. Mentz teaches wealth management at top law schools, and  founded the Chartered Wealth Manager  ® program in the USA and Asia in 1998.  Mentz has taught over 250 courses in law, ethics and business in the last 25 years.  Mentz has served on advisory boards in the USA, UK, Switzerland, Asia, Arabia, Africa, and India.

Mentz is the titular Seigneur of the Fief de Blondel in the Channel Islands, Guernsey.  Mentz is CEO of the IOQM and GAFM  ® & the owner of the New York Gazette ® Newspaper which is the oldest newspaper brand in New York Est. 1725.

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