Mr. Peoples has spent thirty years in banking, finance, and law from a regulatory, restructuring, and private sector consulting perspective. During the past two decades, Mr. Peoples has operated an independent consulting business providing services to public, private, and multilateral lending institutions in more than 75 countries in Europe, Asia, Latin America, and Africa in a wide range of projects and assignments generally focused on finance, trade, and infrastructure, involving government state parastatals, government-sponsored enterprises, public-private partnerships, banks, infrastructure companies, operations and systems management, structured finance, commercial law, and trade and investment.
Previously, Mr. Peoples served as President and CEO of the Farm Credit System Assistance Board which directed Federal government investment in restructuring the financially troubled then $60 billion Farm Credit System (FCS) banks, a government-sponsored enterprise having a nationwide network of agricultural cooperative financial institutions. He managed Congressional budget authority of $4 billion, but used less than one-third, directing the capital investment of $1.3 billion in the FCS to end the financial crisis. he facilitated a $10 billion merger of two FCS banks to achieve operating efficiencies and reduce costs.
Adam Roosevelt is a National Security Analyst of the United State of America. He was the Nominee for Virginia’s House of Delegates in Legislative District 49 (Arlington & Parts of Fairfax). Upon his return from this Army Service Adam supported the North Atlantic Treaty Organization at the Joint Force Command(JFC) in Naples Italy in 2013. Roosevelt worked alongside U.S. and NATO Allies to support diplomatic and communication missions.
He was recognized for his leadership in helping the U.S. transition control to the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. He received the Army Commendation and North Atlantic Treaty Organization Medal for service under this campaign. After returning home Roosevelt transitioned to the Private Sector in Washington D.C. where he supported cybersecurity as a contractor for the Department of Justice National Security Division. He now supports the Department of Homeland Security and the Defense Information System Agency.