Anthony Gooch

Director, OECD Forum, OECD
Mona Dermata

Deputy Director Operations - Head of Thessaloniki Office, New Agriculture New Generation

Operations, Management, Public International Law, Human Rights

Shijian Fan

student, n/a

André F VIEIRA

Researcher, University of porto

Arseniy Sinitsyn

Methodist, Moscow Center of Quality of Education

A member of a team of an International Department of Moscow Center of Quality of Education. Our Department Is focusing on both internal and external monitoring of the quality of education, researching and sharing of best world educational practices and projects, presenting Moscow educational projects and innovations to the international partners. 

Harris Eyre

Co-lead, OECD-PRODEO Institute Neuroscience-inspired Policy Initiative

mike

chambers, chambers

ANISE

BANKING , CIMB BANK

Jonnie Taton

Director, regional Preschool Partnership, Midland County ESA

bulent karadeniz

freelance, freelance

Maureen Mosselson

Knowledge Manager, JET Education Services

Janice Williams

Education Consultant, Pinnacle Educational Services

Janice Williams is a teacher, trainer, equity practitioner and consultant working in various capacities in K12 public education sector. She is a twice certified teacher and holds several degrees from Western University and McGill University. Janice brings to her practice, a sociocultural consciousness that has been developed and refined through her many professional and personal experiences living and working in Canada.

Daniela

PhD student, Universidade de Lisboa

Francoise Peill

Senior Tutor Scholarship and Research , Blackpool University Centre

ΣΠΥΡΙΔΩΝ ΚΟΥΡΟΥΜΑΛΟΣ

ΣΤΕΛΕΧΟΣ, ΠΕΡΙΦΕΡΕΙΑ ΑΤΤΙΚΗΣ

Angie Lavela von Ballmoos

Minister Counselor, Embassy of Liberia

Daniel Menelly

Chief Executive Officer, The DoSeum

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.

Marcela Alcocer

Consultora, OIT

Carolina Sepúlveda

Chief of staff , Industrial property Office

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.