Authors, Six Faces of Globalization: Who Wins, Who Loses, and Why It Matters
Anthea Roberts, a Professor at the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet), is an interdisciplinary researcher and legal scholar who focuses on new ways of thinking about complex and evolving global fields. Her research areas include public international law, international trade and investment, the effect of geopolitical change on global governance, and understanding and navigating complex systems. Anthea chairs the ANU Working Group on Geoeconomics. In 2019, the League of Scholars named Anthea the world’s leading international law scholar and Australia’s leading law scholar.
Nicolas Lamp joined the Faculty of Law at Queen’s University as an Assistant Professor in 2014. In 2020, he was cross-appointed to the Queen’s School of Policy Studies. He also serves as the Academic Director of the International Law Programs, an eight-week summer course that Queen’s Law offers at the Bader International Study Centre at Herstmonceux castle in England during the summer term. Since 2019, he has also been the Director of the Annual Queen’s Institute on Trade Policy, a professional training course for Canadian trade officials that is hosted by the Queen’s School of Policy Studies.
I have been working as thought leader and program director in the area of longevity, retirement preparations, and inclusion and diversity. My key area of interest is exploring opportunities for the 100 Year Life so that we can continue to life our lives with a sense of financial security and purpose into ripe old age. I led the Aegon Retirement Readiness Survey for six years under the theme of creating a New Social Contract where the focus has been on building solidarity between stakeholders to create sustainable solutions that are inclusive of vulnerable groups where no one is left behind.
I also have a strong interest in inclusion and diversity and in that regard founded our company’s LGBT Employee Resource Group with chapters in the Netherlands, U.S., and U.K.
Dr. Rohini Anand is Founder and CEO of Rohini Anand LLC providing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) advisory services to clients in the public and private sectors. Widely considered a leading expert on organizational transformation, corporate responsibility and diversity and inclusion, Rohini Anand is a sought after thought leader and a published author. Her upcoming book, Leading Global Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: A Guide for Systemic Change in Multinational Organizations, is available for pre-order on Amazon and Bookshop.org and on bookdepository for international orders.
Most recently Rohini was SVP Corporate Responsibility and Global Chief Diversity Officer for Sodexo. She reported to the Global CEO and was a member of Sodexo’s North America Executive Committee. Rohini successfully positioned Sodexo as a global thought leader in DEI and CR. Sodexo’s global culture change, led by diversity and inclusion, is featured in a Harvard Business School case study entitled Shifting the Diversity Climate: the Sodexo Solution.
Rohini has been featured in several articles including in CNBC, The Boston Globe, The New York Times, and the Washington Post. Rohini has appeared on CNN, Bloomberg and CNN Money as well on National Public Radio. She is the recipient of many accolades including the Mosaic Woman Leadership Award, the Women’s Foodservice Forum Trailblazer Award, the Maryland International Business Leadership Award, the American Institute for Managing Diversity’s Individual Leader Award, Webster University’s Women of Influence Award, the Who’s Who in Asian American Communities Award (WWAAC), Ascend’s inaugural Excellence in Diversity & Inclusion Award, and the Diversity Leadership Star Award by Diversity Woman.
Dr. Anand received her PhD from the University of Michigan. She serves on the boards of several organiSations including WomenLift Health a Gates Foundation initiative, Aspen Institute’s Family Prosperity initiative, Tent Partnership for Refugees and Galt Foundation. She also serves on the Charter Communications External Diversity and Inclusion Council and chaired the Catalyst Board of Advisors. Rohini is a Senior Fellow with the Conference Board and is a member of their Diversity and Inclusion Institute.
Afrooz Kaviani Johnson is a Child Protection Specialist for UNICEF Programme Division in New York, responsible for the thematic area of protecting children online. She manages global partnerships and programmes and policy and advocacy work at UNICEF Headquarters and provides support to UNICEF country teams around the world to introduce and improve responses to technology-facilitated violence against children. Afrooz has over a decade of experience in managing child protection programmes in Eastern and Southern Africa, South East Asia, and the Pacific. Earlier in her career, Afrooz worked as a lawyer in
Australia. She holds a Juris Doctor and Master of Social Science in International Development and is currently an external PhD candidate of Leiden Law School of Leiden