심영경 (She/Her)

학생, 동아보건대학교
  • 동아보건대학교
  • Korea (Republic of)
Elisabeth Wiklander

Cellist and Neurodiversity Advocate, London Philharmonic Orchestra

Prize-winning cellist Elisabeth Wiklander is a member of the London Philharmonic Orchestra. She also holds a teacher position at Ljungskile Folkhögskola in her native Sweden and has taught orchestral performance at conservatories in Amsterdam, London and New York. Elisabeth is autistic and a Neurodiversity Advocate, appointed Cultural Ambassador for the National Autistic Society in the UK. She recorded music for the award-winning film “The Reason I Jump” and is engaged in Neurodiversity projects worldwide as a speaker and advisor. Media appearances include a TEDx talk, The Daily Politics Show (BBC live) and several programmes and documentaries for Swedish Television.

Sarah S. Willen

Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Connecticut

Sarah S. Willen is Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Connecticut, and Director of the Research Program on Global Health & Human Rights at UConn's Human Rights Institute. A former National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School, she has published widely on issues of irregular migration, migration and health, health equity, health and human rights, and medical education, among other topics. Her book, Fighting for Dignity: Migrant Lives at Israel’s Margins (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019), has received multiple awards. Dr. Willen is Principal Investigator of ARCHES | the AmeRicans’ Conceptions of Health Equity Study, and Co-Founder of the Pandemic Journaling Project.
Sarah Hayes

CReDo Strategic Engagement Lead, Connected Places Catapult

Author of 'Data for the public good' which recommended the development of the National Digital Twin and the creation of the information management framework, Sarah is the Strategic Engagement Lead for the Climate Resilience Demonstrator (CReDo) project at Connected Places Catapult. The CReDo project can be found through Connected Places Catapult's Digital Twin (DT) Hub, a knowledge-sharing community for collaboration to further development of an ecosystem of connected digital twins.
Rasa Dawson

Chief Development and Communications Officer, StrongMinds

Rasa Dawson is an experienced campaign manager with a keen interest in empowering women in Africa. She brings to StrongMinds extensive experience in working with influential supporters, increasing constituency, and elevating brand awareness, most recently at Oxfam America. Previously, she was Development Manager at Physicians for Social Responsibility. Rasa holds a Master’s of Science in Conservation Biology from the University of Kent at Canterbury and a BA in International Development from Clark University.

Kadri Tuisk

Founder and CEO, Clanbeat

Impact entrepreneur. Big believer of design thinking. Positive change in the world only happens through self-managed active humans and Clanbeat.com helps people to be self-aware individuals with strong self-management skills so that they could reach their true potential.
Xiaowei Wang

Author, Blockchain Chicken Farm

I am an artist, writer, organizer and coder. I make work that centers technology, ecology and community power. My work is driven by a deep seated belief in the political power of being present, in dissolving the universal and categorical. What keeps me up at night: what it means to live in an age of technological anxiety, action and ways of being beyond Enlightenment era structures. Some core values: research, design and knowledge building are constant, collaborative processes that require spaces that can hold conflict.
Arthur Brooks

Author, From Strength to Strength: Finding Success, Happiness, and Deep Purpose in the Second Half of Life

Arthur C. Brooks is the William Henry Bloomberg Professor of the Practice of Public Leadership at the Harvard Kennedy School and Professor of Management Practice at the Harvard Business School. Before joining the Harvard faculty in July of 2019, he served for ten years as president of the Washington, D.C.-based American Enterprise Institute (AEI), one of the world’s leading think tanks.

Wanjohi Njathi

Founder and CEO, Imfuyo Usajili

Wanjohi Njathi is a young entrepreneur in Nairobi, Kenya. East Africa. This man is passionate about enabling farmers' access to capital against their livestock as collateral. He is driven to use technology to solve this inequality affecting farmers. Farmers lack employment and credit histories, making it very difficult to access formalized capital. Wanjohi is a family man and a tech-enthusiastic
Vladimir Cuk

Executive Director, International Disability Alliance

Dr. Vladimir Cuk has over 20 years of a progressive and diverse career in implementing the rights of persons with disabilities, promoting disability inclusive international development, as well as personal experience of disability. Vladimir started his career in war-torn Yugoslavia by establishing a grassroot organization of young people with disabilities. He continued at the University of Illinois at Chicago as a researcher. Currently, he serves as the Executive Director of the International Disability Alliance (IDA), the standing cochair of the GLAD donor coordination mechanism and a cohost of the Global Disability Summit mechanism. Simultaneously, he holds a position as an Adjunct Professor in Disability Studies at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). Vladimir received his PhD from UIC. Vladimir lives in New York with his wife and daughter.
Knut Alicke

Partner, McKinsey & Company

Based in McKinsey’s Stuttgart office, Knut Alicke is a leader of the firm’s work in manufacturing and supply chain. He advises clients on a variety of topics including supply chain management, digital supply chains and advanced analytics, and supply chain transformations. Knut has written several articles on subjects related to supply chain, is the author of a highly regarded book on supply chain management, and is a professor at University of Karlsruhe, teaching supply chain management. He is also the global dean of the Supply Chain Executive Academy, delivering change that matters through building client capabilities.
Ken Cottrill

Writer; Editor, Independent

Ken Cottrill writes about supply chains and sustainability. He is also Editorial Director at the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics. The views expressed in any articles published on the Forum Network are his own.
Christopher Prinz

Senior Economist, Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs, OECD

Christopher Prinz is a Senior Policy Analyst in the Skills and Employability Division of OECD’s Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs. He joined the OECD in early 2000 and has ever since been responsible for the work of the Organisation on the links between health, disability and the labour market. Christopher is the author of around 30 OECD reports – including OECD’s very first report on disability policy issues back in 2002 (“Transforming Disability into Ability”) – and the architect of OECD’s Council Recommendation on Integrated Mental Health, Skills and Work Policy endorsed by employment and health ministers of all OECD countries in early 2016 and the underlying OECD reports (“Fit Mind, Fit Job”, 2015, and “Fitter Minds, Fitter Jobs”, 2021). Prior to joining the OECD, Christopher worked as a researcher at the European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research (1994-1999) and the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (1989-1994). Christopher holds degrees in Statistics (MA) and Demography (PhD) from the University of Vienna.
Jaume Freire González

Research Scientist, Institute for Economic Analysis

Jaume Freire González is a tenured Research Scientist at the Institute for Economic Analysis (IAE-CSIC) and an Affiliated Professor at the Barcelona School of Economics (BSE) since 2021. He has been a Beatriu de Pinós Researcher at ENT Foundation (2019-2021), a Marie Curie Fellow at the Department of Economics of Harvard University (2016-2018) and a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Environmental Change Institute of the University of Oxford (2015-2016). He has also worked as a consultant for many governments and institutions (2006-2021). He conducts applied research on many issues related to sustainability from a socio-economic and policy perspective, but his main areas of work are energy and climate change economics, water economics and environmental taxation. He is an expert in the use of applied economic modelling methods such as econometrics, input-output analysis or general equilibrium models, from an academic and a policy-making perspective. He holds a PhD in Applied Economics from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (2012).
Fatih Birol

Executive Director, International Energy Agency

Fatih Birol has served as Executive Director of the International Energy Agency since 2015. Under his leadership, the IEA has moved to the forefront of global efforts to reach international climate goals while ensuring that the social and economic impacts of clean energy transitions are at the heart of policy-making and energy security is safeguarded.
Bob Keefe

Author, Climatenomics; Executive Director, E2

Bob Keefe is E2’s Executive Director, overseeing E2’s work across the country and coordinating E2’s staff and chapters stretching from Boston to San Diego. Bob speaks regularly about the economic benefits of smart environmental policies, the clean energy economy, jobs and related issues, and has been widely quoted in publications nationwide. Prior to joining E2 in 2011, Bob spent more than 20 years as a political, business and environmental journalist. He served as the chief Washington correspondent for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, as a California-based national reporter for Cox Newspapers/Cox News Service, as technology editor for the Austin (Tx) American-Statesman and as a business and investigative reporter for the St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times. Bob also co-founded a technology news website and has co-authored or edited several business-related books. He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and was a fellow at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.
Tang Wee Teo

Associate Professor, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University

Tang Wee Teo (PhD) is an Associate Professor at the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. She is the Co-Head of the Multi-centric Education, Research and Industry STEM Centre (meriSTEM@NIE) and the founding Co Editor-in-Chief of Research in Integrated STEM Education. Tang Wee also serves as an Editorial Board Member of the journal Asian Women (Social Science Citation Indexed). As an equity scholar in STEM education, her work focuses on underprivileged and underrepresented groups in STEM education, including women/girls. 

Paula Rochon & Surbhi Kalia and Paul Higgs

Founding Director, Women’s Age Lab & Strategy Lead, Women’s Age Lab; Professor of the Sociology of Ageing, Women’s College Hospital & University College London

Paula Rochon is a geriatrician, senior scientist, and Founding Director of Women’s Age Lab at Women’s College Hospital. She is a professor and inaugural RTOERO Chair in Geriatric Medicine at the University of Toronto. She obtained her MD from McMaster and MPH from Harvard.  Dr. Rochon’s research focuses on the unique needs of older women, and promotes their health and wellness. She has contributed to our understanding of aging, equity, and its impact on patients and the healthcare system, highlighting the need to consider sex, gender and age in research so results are more relevant to older women and men.

Paula Rochon on Twitter

Surbhi Kalia is the Strategy Lead of Women’s Age Lab – a centre focused on improving the health and wellbeing of older women, which is affiliated with the Women’s College Hospital. Surbhi engages in change initiatives in research, public policy, and advocacy in healthcare. Surbhi has received both her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Science in Public Policy from the University of Toronto and the University of London respectively.

Surbhi Kalia on Twitter

Paul Higgs is Professor of the Sociology of Ageing in the Division of Psychiatry at University College London. Dr Higgs edits the journal Social Theory and Health.  He is a Fellow of both the UK Academy of Social Sciences and the Gerontological Society of America.

Eva Lindh

Regular Member, Swedish Parliament

Member of the Swedish Parliament Regular member, 2018 – current

Deputy member Committee on Finance, 2018 – current

Member of the Swedish Delegation to the Nordic Council, 2018 – current

Member of Delegation to the Inter-Parliamentary Union, 2020 – current

Chair Parliamentarian OECD-network, 2018 - current

Alternate member of the Swedish Parliament, 18 months in between 2015-2017

Deputy member Committee on Civil Affairs 8 months in between 2015-2017

Deputy member Committee on Social Insurance 10 months in 2016

Municipality councillor, Linköping, 2010-2017

Municipal leisure politician, 2002-2010

Social worker, 1995-2010

Helen Connolly

SA Commissioner for Children and Young People, Government of South Australia

Helen Connolly is South Australia's inaugural Commissioner for Children and Young People. Her role is to promote and advocate for the rights, development and wellbeing of all children and young people in South Australia with a special focus on vulnerable children who are less likely to have their voices heard. Helen has 30 years of experience as a leader in human services. Throughout her career, she has taken an active advocacy role on the main policy issues that impact the wellbeing of Australian families and children, with a strong focus on early intervention and prevention strategies.

Mary Ann Sieghart

Author, The Authority Gap; Non-executive director; Broadcaster; Visiting Professor, King's College London

Mary Ann Sieghart spent 20 years as Assistant Editor and columnist at The Times and won a large following for her columns on politics, economics, feminism, parenthood and life in general. She has presented many programmes on BBC Radio 4, such as Start the Week, Profile, Analysis, Fallout and One to One. She chaired the revival of The Brains Trust on BBC2 and recently spent a year as a Visiting Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford. She has chaired the Social Market Foundation think tank, is a Visiting Professor at King’s College London, and sits on numerous boards. She is Chair of the judges for the Women’s Prize for Fiction 2022.