Rowan

Sustainability Consultant, Greenstone+

Sustainability Consultant specialising in ESG / CSR reporting frameworks, reporting software, and data analysis.
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.

Cameron Salton

Director, Schools Portfolio, Pearson

Victor Koreyo

Executive Director, Abraham's Children Foundation

Victor Dorawa Koreyo is currently the Executive Director of Abraham's Children Foundation in Afikpo Ebonyi State Nigeria.
BEATRICE TARDIEU

Senior Director- EMEA Communication & Public Affairs-Health Policy Center at Janssen EMEA, Janssen-Cilag

Rubén Mora

Head of Section, Hyundai Glovis

SUMIT M DARGAN

PRINCIPAL, JBCN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, MUMBAI

Giovanni Vignato

Instructor, FIDE (World Chess Federation)

Sebastian Lipina

Director, Unidad de Neurobiología Aplicada (UNA, CEMIC-CONICET)

Sara Bubb

Associate professor, University College London Institute of Education

Gal Zohar

Founder and Owner, Zohar Counselling, R&D

Labour Market; Governance; International political economy; International organizations; Social return on investments (SROI); Activation; OECD; Local employment and economic development; retention and advancement program
Henry Velasquez

Director, EXPOVIA SAS

Seyhan Pullukçu

Tarih Öğretmeni, MEB / Fatih İslam Seçen Bilim ve Sanat Merkezi

Tarih, İktisat Tarihi ,Avrupa Birliğinin Sosyo Kültürell Yapısı ,

Emmanuelle Floquet

Project Manager, Working For Change

Alfonso Giuliano Navarro Carvallo

CEO, Consultoria Empresarial ELITE

Anne Miner

President, The Dunvegan Group

Charles Thiede

CEO and Co-Founder, Zapnito Ltd.

My background is in technology, professional services and digital media. I co-founded Zapnito due to a number of related observations from my time in these sectors: 1) the social web is creating a huge amount of noise 2) expertise that brands have built up over decades is being drowned out and hidden from those that need it 3) these brands are therefore losing their audience to often undeserving and unhelpful sources, and 4) people are finding it harder to access the expertise that they truly value. I therefore decided to create Zapnito, a white-label platform to help trusted brands reclaim their audiences via expert-driven knowledge networks.

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.
Transforming Our World.The 2030 Agenda For Sustainable Development.
Jigna Nawani, Dr.rer.nat.

STEM learning specialist | Empirical researcher (biology teaching, classroom interactions) | Seeking new opportunities, University of Jyväskylä