Secretary General

Massimo Ellul is active in Malta and other countries in the commercial, social, political and philanthropic fields of activity. An international marketor by trade and specialisation, Max Ellul chairs a consultancy organisation in Europe and the Middle East. 
He has had published various literary works, both in Malta and in the UK and US. His published works include Positive Supported Employment (2016), Citta’ Rohan, Vol.1 and Vol. 2 (Zebbug Local Council, Malta, 2012, 2015), The Green Cross in Malta (Watermelon Publishers, Malta, 2012), The Sword and the Green Cross (Authorhouse, US, 2011), The Green Eight Pointed Cross (Watermelon Publishers, Malta 2004 and its Russian and Hungarian translation in 2012 and 2015; Paravitta Publishing House, Russian Federation), Musings of the Soul and The Colours of Life (Franz Publishers, US, 2003), and Theatre of the Mind (Noble House Publishers, UK, 2003).
Ellul is the chief executive of a consultancy group and is the only Maltese to be given the Freedom of the Worshipful Company of Marketors of the City of London and the status of Liveryman of the Company. In 2005, Ellul was the first Maltese to be granted the Freedom of the City of London as Citizen and Marketor of London.
Massimo Ellul sits on the board of directors or is the advisor to the board of various firms and organisations in and outside Malta. His firm has been solicited on various occasions to give consultancy services to a number of government ministries and entities in regions as diverse as Malta, Slovenia, Italy, Dubai, Al Ain, the Sultanate of Oman, the United Kingdom, United States, Hungary and others. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a Companion of the Institute of Sales & Marketing Management, amongst other international institutions.
Ellul was also a visiting lecturer at the Lycee Privee La Providence in France and lectured marketing and marketing strategy. US President Barak Obama awarded Max the President’s Call to Service Award in 2011 for his services within the community. In 2013, Massimo was elected as Secretary General of the Malta Federation of Organisations of Persons with Disabilities and, in 2014, was one of the founders of the Malta Association for Supported Employment. He is the Malta delegate for the European Disability Forum, the European Union of Supported Employment and the World Association of Supported Employment.


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