Jean de La Rochebrochard

Campaign & Forum Manager, OECD
Harris Eyre

Co-Founder, PRODEO Institute

Fun Man Fung

Instructor, National University of Singapore

Dr. Fun Man Fung is a Singaporean teaching Chemistry at the National University of Singapore. He was a former Assistant Director of Education at the NUS Institute for Applied Learning Sciences & Education Technology. He is the elected secretary of the International Younger Chemists Network (IYCN). He is passionate about education, mentorship, youth empowerment, and civic engagement.

Fun Man has delivered invited seminars at Stanford University, University of Cambridge, OECD, Sciences Po, University of Hong Kong, Sorbonne Université, etc.

For this passion for teaching and learning, Fun Man was conferred the NUS Annual Digital Education Award, University Annual Teaching Excellence Award, and NUS Faculty Teaching Excellence Award. He is a distinguished recipient of the D2L award Innovation in Teaching and Learning and QS-Wharton STAR Reimagine Education Awards for his effort in innovative teaching and learning approaches.

mike

chambers, chambers

ANISE

BANKING , CIMB BANK

Elie Abossèdé

Consultant international communications et gestion des connaissances, Consultdev international

Syed Ahmed

consultant, Syed consultant

Jones.

MD, Windy Jones

Odountan Ambaliou OLOUNLADE

Executive Director, Centre d'Actions pour la Sécurité Alimentaire et le Développement Durable (CASAD-Benin)

Irshad Ali Pitafi

Founder & Director , Grow International Consulting private Limited

Thoraya Obaid

Consultant, Self Employed

I worked at the United Nations for 35 years, from Lebanon, to Iraq, to Jordan, to Lebanon again and then to New York. My last post was Under-Secretary General/Executive Director, United Nations Population Fund. After retirement as of 1 Jan 2011, I returned to Saudi Arabia and my last two social responsibility assignments were: Chair, Women 20 (Saudi Arabia 2020) followed by being a Member, Independent Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response, led by Co-Chairs, their Excellencies former President of Liberia, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and former Prime Minister of New Zealand, Helen Clark. We have submitted our report to the World Health Assembly on 25 May 2021. All documents can be accessed at: https://theindependentpanel.org/

Theodoros P. Dimopoulos

Scientific Associate - Ph.D. Candidate, Hellenic Parliament - University of Thessaly

Till January 2015, I have worked as a Social Worker at the National Health Operations Center, Greek Ministry of Health. In 2014 I have accomplished my MSc studies in Health Economics & Management. At the moment I'm enrolling my Ph.D on Thermal, Wellness Tourism and Rehabilitation aspiring to elaborate on the barriers and perspectives regarding the relevant industry in Fthiotida Regional Unity. 

Prior to that I have worked as a Social Worker at the European Cultural & Research Center of Athens in collaboration with Municipalities of Zografos and Kessariani, while in the past I have worked either as a Social Worker, or as an Administrative officer in several private Healthcare Units/Long term care units, such as Polyclinic Group, etc.

As of 2012 and according to a Ministerial mandate I was appointed as a Board Member of Interconnected General Hospitals of Lamia - Amfissa - Karpenisi, keeping this position for approximately one and a half year.

As of October 2016 till November 2019 I have been appointed by the Minister of Labor, Social Insurance & Social Solidarity as the Head of the Board of Directors at the Social Welfare Center of the Region of Central Greece (Public Law Legal Entity - Governmental Organisation) which is the main regional-level social care provision services cluster, trying to contribute to the implementation of the Greek Government's strategic plan on social care, foster care, "DI", family care and people with special needs protection.

In parrallel, between the the same period I have been an Alternate Member of the Board of Directors of the first National Adoption & Foster-care Council in accordance to the relevant Ministerial Desicion.

I have also been an elected Member of the BoD at the Hellenic Healthcare Services Association, carrying duties of the Chief Communications Officer, while as of 2017 I am a Member of the European Commission’s SCHEER Committee on Rapid Risk Assessment of Healthcare and Environmental Risks, participating in annual external experts' meetings with focus on public health risks assessment.

Finally, my current professional capacity is linked to the Hellenic Parliament's function, as I'm an MP's Scientific Associate, providing assistance regarding daily institutional obligations, parliamentary control and other activities, while at the same time I'm a Member of the Opposition Party's Social Care & Solidarity Department, due to my experience derived from my tenure in office as a former Head of the BoD at the Social Welfare Center, Central Greece Region, Ministry of Labor & Social Affairs. 

Hirona Matayoshi

Professor, Yokohama National University International Strategy Organization

Professor Hirona Matayoshi is a Professor in Applied Linguistics at Yokohama National University. She earned her B.A in Political Science at Albertus Magnus College in New Haven, CT and her M.Ed. in Curriculum, Instruction and Technology in Education (Applied Linguistics & TESOL) at the Temple University Graduate School (College of Education) in Philadelphia, USA. Professor Hirona Matayoshi is bilingual in English, Japanese, and Semi-lingual in the Okinawan language (designated as an endangered language by the UNESCO since 2009). Prior to joining the faculty at Yokohama National University, she was an Associate Professor at Osaka Seikei University Department of Global Tourism and Business, she was an Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Language and Culture at Osaka University, a Lecturer at Rikkyo University and Sophia University in Tokyo, Japan. Professor Matayoshi's research centers around 3 themes: The first theme is based upon Bilingual Education that focuses upon the preservation of indigenous languages and culture. The second theme is Applied Linguistics (Curriculum Development) including governmental policies (OECD) architecturally influencing global education. The third theme is using the first and second themes to examine and assist Intangible Heritage volunteer groups to sustain their cultural heritage (language, art, and architecture) through merging all possibilities to promote and reconstruct.

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