Damola Morenikeji is COO at Joy, Inc., a benefit corporation equipping young Africans with happiness and resilience skills and building a new generation of happier, flourishing young Africans. Before Joy, Inc., he led strategy, innovation and research at two innovation hubs in Nigeria, co-led global education initiatives and contributed to the ethics and governance of artificial intelligence for societal interest initiative as a Berktern at Harvard University. He is founder of AllforDevelopment, which focuses on building young people and promoting education, leadership and development. He has spoken at/contributed to fora including TEDx, World Economic Forum and the United Nations. He sometimes shares what he is learning at damolamorenikeji.com.
Also, board member at Asociación Civil TRANSPARENCIA, Consejo Privado Anticorrupción, Angel Ventures Peru, Crea+, among other organizations. Member of the advisory councils of Pacifico Business School, Facultad de Gestión at the Universidad Católica, and the Program of Finance and Business Administration at UPC. Past president of Proética (Peruvian chapter of Transparency International) and former member of the official CAN (Comisión de Alto Nivel Anticorrupción). Jorge was also one of the commissioners for the Comisión Presidencial de Integridad. Retired Chairman and CEO of EY Peru. Former Andean Region Managing Partner for both, EY and Arthur Andersen (Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela). Past-President of the Peruvian Institute of Independent Auditors (IPAI). Former Board member at CONFIEP, IPAE Acción Empresarial, Perú 2021, Endeavor Peru and the International Chamber of Commerce - Peruvian Chapter. Certified Public Accountant graduated from Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos. Double Multinational MBA granted by Adolfo Ibáñez School of Management and Deusto Business School. Attended several business programs at Babson College, Kellogg School of Management, and Yale School of Management. Columnist at El Comercio, among other media. Lecturer on matters related to Corporate Governance, Integrity and Transparency. Interested in initiatives to positively influence in the business community for achieving a better society by strengthening business ethics and transparency.
I’m ARIF from Bangladesh; I believe to reach the ultimate satisfactory level of success by achieving the SDG-2030. I have to contribute to end poverty and ready for the next level of challenge to do the bigger good for humanity and as well as equality and peaceful world. To Involvement in volunteering works I'm Rights up Front, Responsible to protect, and Delivering as one and fit for Purpose, I’m learning and improving more with the best people and great organization of United Nations Systems
Andrzej Klimczuk, PhD, a sociologist and public policy expert, assistant professor in the Department of Social Policy of the Collegium of Socio-Economics at the SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Poland. Editor and correspondent of publications about computer and video games in the years 2002-2009. In 2011-2013, Vice President of the Foundation's Laboratory Research and Social Action "SocLab." External expert of institutions such as the European Commission, URBACT Programme, Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programme, Fondazione Cariplo, and International Federation on Ageing. Member of various scientific organizations such as the International Sociological Association, European School of Social Innovation, International Political Science Association, European Citizen Science Association, and Human Development & Capability Association. Author of many scientific papers in the field of gerontology, labor economics, public management and social policy, e.g., books: "Economic Foundations for Creative Ageing Policy", the two-volume set, Palgrave Macmillan, New York 2015, 2017; "Generations, Intergenerational Relationships, Generational Policy: A Multilingual Compendium" (co-edited with K. Lüscher and M. Sanchez), Universität Konstanz, Konstanz, 17 languages, editions 2015, 2016 and 2017; "Perspectives and Theories of Social Innovation for Ageing Population" (co-edited with Ł. Tomczyk), Frontiers Media, Lausanne 2020; "Starzenie się populacji. Aktywizacja, koprodukcja i integracja społeczna osób starszych" [Population Ageing: Activation, Co-Production, and Social Integration of Older People] (co-authored with G. Gawron and Z. Szweda-Lewandowska), Wyd. Uniwersytetu Śląskiego, Katowice 2021; "Demographic Analysis: Selected Concepts, Tools, and Applications", IntechOpen, London 2021; and "The Sharing Economy in Europe: Developments, Practices, and Contradictions" (co-edited with V. Česnuityte, C. Miguel and G. Avram), Palgrave Macmillan, Cham 2022. He is a Sections Editor in the "Encyclopedia of Gerontology and Population Aging" (Springer Nature, Cham 2021).
Beth Walter Honadle
Member, Board of Directors, Cornell Cooperative Extension|Steuben County (volunteer leadership position), National Institute of Food & Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture (retired)
Research, writing, advising, and evaluating on a wide range of public policies and programs. • worked in the areas of social policy, particularly rural, urban, and metropolitan economic and community development, workforce development, housing, and public finance. portfolio at NIFA focused on farm business management benchmarking, risk management education, Small Business Innovation Research, and financial literacy and education (https://nifa.usda.gov/program/financial-capability). represented USDA on the Financial Literacy and Education Commission. • In the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Economic Research Service was an Economist and Project Leader for the Organization, Delivery, and Finance of Local Government Services. served as National Program Leader for Economic Development for the nationwide Cooperative Extension System. At the University of Minnesota was Program Leader for Community and Economic Development and Professor of Applied Economics. was Director of the Center for Policy Analysis & Public Service and Professor of Political Science at Bowling Green State University. At the University of Cincinnati was Director of the Institute for Policy Research, Professor of Political Science, and Professor of Planning. have done consulting domestically for such clients as the U.S. Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration, the Ford Foundation, and Pickerington Local Schools (Ohio) and internationally in Egypt and Ukraine. have been Principal Investigator on numerous funded research projects for such agencies as the Economic Development Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce, Workforce One Investment Board of Southwest Ohio, and The United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development. • have been a consultant to the Ford Foundation, Pioneer Hi-Bred, Future University in Egypt, Betterment Organization of Mansfield, Pickerington Local School District, and more. https://honors.ls.wisc.edu/sites/honors.ls.wisc.edu/files/Honors_FALL2017_web.pdf
I am currently a assistant project manager for world bank project called Project skills Development and employability (100 millions $). My aim is to be qualified development economist.My areas of expertise are poverty alleviation ;human capital issues;entrepreneuship;unemplyment;public finances;macroeconomics;econometrics. As aspiring development economist i have softh skills in stata; E-Views; R;python;excel. Micro Master of MIT on Data , Economics and Development is my next target.