BOSTON, February 19, 2014 – Racepoint Global, an advanced marketing services agency at the intersection of influence and action, today announced that James (Jim) L. Sintros has joined the firm as an advisor. Sintros is internationally known in the fields of business, education and philanthropy.
At Racepoint Global, Sintros will be providing counsel to the executive team and helping to develop the agency’s capabilities and services.
“We are pleased to have the opportunity to have someone of the stature and diverse experience of Jim joining our team,” said Peter Prodromou, president of Racepoint Global. “Jim’s ability to leverage relationships and help bring people with strategic interests together reflects precisely the kind of thing that clients are seeking in today’s world of communications and influence management. We are looking forward to adding this critical dimension to our offer.”
Sintros serves on the boards of corporations, educational and healthcare institutions and charitable foundations in the United States, Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and the Caribbean. He has successfully raised capital and established companies, both private and publicly traded. His worldwide client list has included organizations in the technology, higher education, health care, government, financial services and non-profit sectors. Sintros has also established international campuses for US colleges and universities in Europe, Asia and Africa, and has incorporated US charitable foundations for many international educational institutions.
For over a decade, Sintros served as Senior Advisor to the Chairman and CEO of the Monitor Group, now Monitor Deloitte. Sintros is a Director of the Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis, and has served on the International Board of Academic Advisors of the Institute of Insurance and Risk Management in Hyderabad, India. He has recently agreed to serve as the CEO and President of Sportamy, Inc., a sports-oriented, social networking company owned by the Al Saud family in Saudi Arabia.
In addition to the corporate boards on which he serves, Sintros is the longest serving Director of the Hult International Business School which has campuses in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai and Shanghai. Sintros is President of the Joseph W. Stilwell Institute Foundation, a US tax-exempt charitable foundation, which operates the Stilwell Museum in Chongqing, P.R. China, the only national monument in China dedicated to a foreigner.
“I am pleased to have the opportunity to work with the Racepoint Global team,” said Jim Sintros. “They have the visionary global perspective and professional competence, which provides me with an incredible platform from which to utilize my worldwide network for the benefit of Racepoint clients, current and future.