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Sarah Grayston's picture
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Learning Technologist & P/T EdD student @ University of Stirling. research: professional practice based learning, digital literacies, learning technology
Francesca Salvi's picture
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I am a sociologist of education, and my work focuses on transitions between childhood and adulthood in sub-Saharan Africa and South-east Asia. In sub-Saharan Africa, I have considered how global discourses of teenage pregnancy are constructed in opposition to education and employment imperatives. In Indonesia, I have developed an understanding of mental health as global citizenship.
Olawale Ajai's picture
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Olawale Ajai; LLM; PhD Law (Ife), is a Legal Practitioner of the Supreme Court of Nigeria. He is a Professor of Legal, Social and Political Environment of Business at the Lagos Business School, Pan Atlantic University, Lagos. He held successive roles as: Group Company Secretary/Legal Adviser; Executive Director, Human Capital and Legal; and Executive Director, Marketing and Strategy at Dunlop Nigeria Plc. His passion and mission is in assisting persons and organizations to realize and fulfill their full potentials and in sustainable development. He is interested in facilitating and participating in the bringing together of wide ranging and diverse experiences, viewpoints, cultures and stakeholders in synergies of new knowledge, capabilities and mutually beneficial partnerships. He is a Member of the: Nigerian Bar Association; IUCN World Commission on Environmental Law; Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria; Institute of Directors of Nigeria; Member, Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria. He is a Fellow of LEAD International.
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Professor Ashraf M. Salama is academic, scholar, and Chair in Architecture at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK , Director of the Cluster for Research in Architecture and Urbanism in the Global South since 2014, and Former Head of the School of Architecture (2014-2020). He holds B.Sc. MSc. and PhD in architecture and has received his education at Al Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt and North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA. He has published over 170 outputs in the international refereed press; authored and co-edited 14 books. He is the chief editor of the Archnet-IJAR: International Journal of Architectural Research and Open House international. Professor Salama is the UIA 2017 Recipient of Jean Tschumi Prize for Excellence in Architectural Education and Criticism. He has chaired and led three schools of architecture over the past 25 years in Egypt (1996-2001), Qatar (2009-2014), and the United Kingdom (2014-2020). He is a licensed architect in Egypt since 1987, practiced in Egypt (1987-92). He has been a consultant to a number of authorities and development agencies in the Middle East since 2004 and, from 2001 to 04, the Director of Research and Consulting at Adams Group Architects, Charlotte, North Carolina, United States. For more information, please visit https://www.ashrafsalamanet.net/welcome
Marc Jeuland's picture
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Environmental economist and professor of public policy at Duke University.
Georgios Fotopoulos's picture
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Georgios Fotopoulos is a Professor at the Department of Economics of the University of Peloponnese. He holds a Ph.D. from the London School of Economics and Political Science (1998), and an M.Sc. in Regional Science from the University of Reading (1993). He is an Economics graduate of the University of Athens (1991). His research interests relate to Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Industrial Economics, and Regional Economic Development. He is an Editorial Review Board Member of Small Business Economics Details on his publications and research impact can be found in his google scholar profile http://scholar.google.gr/citations?user=k-FdzoQAAAAJ&hl=el&oi=a
Louis Volante's picture
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Louis Volante (PhD) is a Professor of Education Governance and Policy Analysis at Brock University, Professorial Fellow at UNU-MERIT / Maastricht Graduate School of Governance, and President-Elect of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE). Professor Volante’s research is primarily focused on global education governance, comparative education policy, international education surveys and policy diffusion, inequality in educational opportunities and achievement, and impact evaluation of policies and programmes. Dr. Volante regularly engages as a consultant and policy advisor for International Organisations as well as regional and national governments around the world.
Isatis Marie Cintron Rodriguez's picture
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Puerto Rican Climate Public Participation and Governance Specialist
Chelsea Davis's picture
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Chief of Staff, Center for Policing Equity
Richard Price's picture
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Hi, I'm Richard! I passionately believe that education has the power to transform lives. In my current role as global education technology lead at the National Health Service (NHS), supporting the WHO Academy, I get to do just that, by researching, developing, and innovating with new technologies to support every step of a healthcare learners’ education. Throughout my career, I have supported the delivery of education and training with health and care organisations across the UK; international development work with the WHO, WHO Academy and governments in Mexico, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines and South East Asia; building learning and acting as an ambassador for LearnAppeal with their work in Kenya and East Africa.

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