Ladies and Gentlemen, Lions and Lionesses, I consider myself privileged standing before this gathering of erudite scholars to share my thoughts on the issue of diversity and the imperative of restructuring. First, I must say I am intimidated by the presence of professors here. The reason is that I am not a professor and I do not know if I will be able to meet their individual expectations. Also, I have not been in the academia. I believe that makes my task a little bit different because I will speak like a businessman and a politician, maybe not like a professor. That means I shall be a lot more practical.