The International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution has selected a veteran general counsel as its next president and chief executive officer, the nonprofit announced Monday.
Allen Waxman will take the reins at New York-based CPR in August after winding down his role at Roivant Sciences, where he served as general counsel. He succeeds former Mastercard general counsel Noah Hanft, who is leaving CPR after five years to co-found his own alternative dispute resolution practice.
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