Pascal Saint-AmansDirector, Centre for Tax Policy and Administration, OECD
public communicator, editor, expert in gender policies, human rights, international cooperation, international and european taxation, trade union relations -, NEWSPAPER ON LINE : BRANCACCIO E CULTURA - PALERMO - SICILIA
Since 2019 she has been a member of the Scientific Committee of the General States of Women and Head of International Relations and relations with the European Union . https://www.statigeneralidelledonne.com/chi_siamo_stati_generali_delle_donne/. She has a degree in International Relations, specializing in European Studies, and a Masters in Criminological Sciences and Fight against Corruption. She is expert in European planning, gender policies, bullying, female empowerment stalking, violence against women, domestic violence, anti-discrimination law. Tutor and Lecturer on health and safety in the workplace, she was Official Media Partner of EU-OSHA - The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work - Agency of the European Union based in Bilbao for the two-year period: 2016/2017 ; 2018/2019. Director of the Observatory on Health and Safety in the workplace at INAIL in Palermo until 31 December 2019. Head of International Relations with the European Union and management of Public Relations with the European Court of Justice and the EU institutions for UNIS Association des Ivoiriens en Sicile until 30/04/2018. Member of the Council of the MUNICIPALITY of PALERMO for Peace, human rights, non-violence and disarmament until October 2018. Independent expert of the European Commission since 2013. For 28 years she is a civil servant of the Italian Revenue Agency, an expert in national, international and EU tax law, a scholar of international conventions against double taxation, European and comparative tax systems, contrasting national and international tax evasion and avoidance. administrative cooperation. She was a member of the Single Immigration Desk of Palermo, with the task of taking care of the formalities required at the counter for the regularization of foreign workers, at the Prefecture of Palermo. SHe has participated in the exchange program of Officials between European tax administrations of the Directorate General for Taxation and Customs Union of the European Commission, FISCALIS established with DECISION No. 1482/2007 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council, at the French Ministry of Finance , Direction des Services Fiscaux de l'Haute Savoie Annecy in France. Since 2009 she has collaborated with the Press Office of the Central Directorate of the italian Revenue Agency and writes articles on international and EU tax law in the online magazine WWW.FISCOOGGI.IT she section from the world. She has collaborated and currently collaborate with numerous newspapers including: Il Mattino di Sicilia, Il Giornale di Sicilia, Trinacria News.eu, Monreale direct wire, Brancaccio and Cultura.it. She has collaborated with numerous public and private institutions for study and research activities, for national and international project activities: with the President of the Council of Cultures of the Municipality of Palermo, with the President of the C.U.G. Single Guarantee Committee of the Revenue Agency, with the President of the C.U.G. of the Presidency of the Sicilian Region, with the COPPEM Permanent Euro-Mediterranean Partnership Committee for the drafting of the "EURO - Mediterranean Charter of equality between men and women in local life". She has held numerous positions and participated in international study tables made up of European and non-European countries. As event manager she has organized numerous national and international conferences, workshops, study and research days.
Seasoned financial services generalist with global perspective honed over a career focused on developing big picture context, building relationships, and facilitating consensus from grassroots/start-up level to multi-national corporate board level. Range of functional experience includes equity research & macro advisory (Citi), strategy consulting & business intelligence (startups acquired by BCG and S&P), governance and regulatory-driven transformational change (Deutsche Bank), as well as multilateral and civil society engagements. Long-term focus on sustainability and history of broader stakeholder management including externally to regulators, media & institutional investors.
A former science teacher for 20 years in public, independent and international schools in the U.S. and in France, Dan Menelly is presently Chief Executive Officer of The DoSeum, a museum of hands-on and experiential learning for children in San Antonio, Texas. Formerly, Mr. Menelly led the strategic direction of program and exhibition content as President & Chief Science Officer at The Rochester Museum & Science Center. Between 2012 and 2015, Mr. Menelly served as Vice President for STEM education at Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, New Jersey, where he oversaw education program content for all audiences onsite, offsite and online. At Liberty, Mr. Menelly co-created hybrid formal/informal learning models in partnership with school systems and researchers, and he integrated emerging tools for learning (engineering and programming of microcontrollers, mobile learning with geospacial informatics, humanoid and social robotics) into the Science Center’s education portfolio. Mr. Menelly served as an Einstein Fellow at the National Science Foundation in 2010, where he specialized in technology and learning and coproduced an early STEM mobile application for learning that was downloaded by over one million end-users in over 100 countries, and co-developed an early experiment in blended learning deployed in 20 international settings. Menelly is currently an expert adviser for science and learning to the European Commission Research Executive Agency, and has advised STEM media content produced for PBS, Nickelodeon Television, The Sundance Channel and several other outlets. He lives in San Antonio, Texas and in New York City.