Galileo Global Group and its team members are passionate about community engagement. We are committed to fostering relationships with businesses, non-profits and charities that serve a variety of communities, both local and international.
Georges Ugeux, Council Member
The Authors Guild is the nation’s oldest and largest professional organization for writers – serving as the collective voice of American authors. The Guild advocates for authors on issues of copyright, fair contracts, free speech and tax fairness, and has initiated lawsuits in defense of authors’ rights, where necessary.
Fracarita International is a not-for-profit organisation of the Congregation of the Brothers of Charity whose aim is to help support the most vulnerable people through concrete works of charity in the fields of mental health care, care for people with a disability and education, especially in Latin America, Africa and Asia.
Francois Pages, Executive Committee and Board Member
The French-American Foundation—United States works to enrich a transatlantic relationship that is essential in today’s world. With its sister Foundation, the French-American Foundation – France, the Foundation brings together leaders, policymakers, and a wide range of professionals to exchange views and share experiences in areas of mutual concern for mutual benefit.
Georges Ugeux, Former board Member & Member/Tenor 1
MasterVoices is a New York City-based performing arts organization that celebrates singing and the art of musical storytelling.
Georges Ugeux, Advisory Committee Member
The Music Fund is a humanitarian project that supports musicians and music schools in conflict areas and developing countries.
Georges Ugeux, Chairman of The American Friends Group
The Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel in Waterloo, Belgium has distinguished itself for nearly eight decades as a preeminent institution for the training and development of excellence for exceptional young musical talents. The American Friends Group of the Music Chapel is an American network of partners, supporters and collaborators. View Interview with Georges Ugeux.