Jean de La Rochebrochard

Campaign & Forum Manager, OECD
Arwin Sharma

Managing Director & Principal Consultant, Odyssea Globale Ltd.

A specialized Advisory & Consultancy associated with Association of South East Asia Nations (ASEAN), African Union (AU), Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical & Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC), Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA), Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) & Pacific Islands Forum (PIFS) Secretariats, placing emphasis for the development of creative, innovative & strategic economic propositions integrating its Member States and Island Nations.
Ravindra Ngo 赖文卓

CEO, InvestinCambodia

Mr Ravindra NGO is an Advisor, Business consultant and International speaker with an expertise in ASEAN/Belt & Road Initiative. EXPERIENCE Founder of The ASEAN Think Tanks Network (“ATTN”), a social network by invitation-only who is mainly composed of Government Officials, C-Level positions, High Net Worth Individuals, Entrepreneurs, Academics, Ivy League Alumni & Young Leaders who share the vision of ASEAN 2025: “Forging ahead together”. Founding Chairman of The Cambodian Society, a non-profit organization promoting Khmer Art & Culture in Asia, Business knowledge through workshops & conferences and supporting charities. He is also sitting on the Advisory board of the Pacific Economic Basin Economic Council. HONORS & AWARDS He was selected by the World Economic Forum in the “ASEAN Expert” Network
Giovanni Vignato

Instructor, FIDE (World Chess Federation)

Natalie Lundgren

Development & Outreach - Senior Manager, Human Rights Watch

Natalie Lundgren is an international project manager with experience in strategic communications, development and fundraising for initiatives and organisations that have a positive social impact on a global scale. She is currently Senior Manager of Development and Outreach at Human Rights Watch where she manages the overall development, fundraising and outreach activities for the Paris office of the organization. She oversees the production of the annual Voices for Justice dinner and is the key contact for the relationship with the Paris Human Rights Watch Committee. Prior to Human Rights Watch, Natalie had the occasion to design and launch complex international programs within the WISE initiative (the World Innovation Summit for Education). Each program in its specific way celebrates innovative social change (WISE Awards, WISE Prize for Education, WISE ed.hub, WISE Accelerator). In parallel she managed the strategic partnerships WISE developed as part of its thought leadership stream, and a number of regional side events organized in partnership with SXSWedu, Skoll World Forum, C2 in the run up to the WISE Summit. Lastly, she was the overall project manager of the production of the WISE Research Report and the WISE Books series made in collaboration with renowned authors and photographers from world over. Before joining WISE, Natalie worked on the organization of other international communication initiatives and forums including the OECD Forum in Paris and the European Development Days, co-organized with the Swedish EU presidency and the European Commission in Stockholm in 2009. Natalie holds a Bachelor degree in European Studies from King's College London and a Masters Degree in European Studies from the London School of Economics as well as the International Program Diploma from Sciences Po Paris.
Dismas Jean Paul NSENGIYAREMYE

Student(Masters' degree), University of Rwanda

Teresa Burelli

International Partnerships Lead, BBVA Microfinance Foundation

Silton José Ramos

Estudante, sjr8sjr

Rajiv Kumar

Doctoral Scholar , Central university of Gujarat

April Kathleen Ward

OECD Forum Intern, OECD

John Ede

President/CEO, Ohaha Family Foundation

Laurence GERRER-THOMAS

Rights manager, OECD

Managing publishing rights and copyright, licensing OECD content.