José Manuel Durão Barroso was President of the European Commission during two mandates (2004/2009 and 2009/2014) and served for twelve years in the Government of Portugal in several positions including as Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs. His academic appointments included visiting professor of Georgetown University and visiting professor at Princeton University. He is currently a visiting professor at the Catholic University of Portugal and at the European University Institute, School of Transnational Governance, Florence. After being Chairman of the Board of Goldman Sachs International since 2016 , he is now Chairman of International Advisors of Goldman Sachs . He is Chairman of the Board of GAVI, the Vaccine Alliance . On behalf of the European Union he received the Nobel Peace Prize in 2012.