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Oya USLU's picture
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Oya Uslu Çetin is an instructor who teaches educational sciences and acts as an international mobility advisor at the International Relations Office at Ankara Yıldırım Beyazıt University. She holds a PhD in Educational Administration from Hacettepe University in Ankara, Türkiye. Her main research interests include educational leadership, teacher training and higher education studies.
Selin Ozgursoy's picture
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Selin Ozgursoy is a Turkish-American social entrepreneur and AI ethicist. She is UNICEF Turkey's Inaugural Youth Ambassador and UN’s Youngest Advisor on Business in Europe and Central Asia. Ozgursoy is the Founder & Executive Director of Equity Estrel, the biggest international youth-led initiative based in Europe democratizing access to technology. She actively serves as a Youth Advisor to industry giant corporations including Fast Company (GenZ Advisory Board), Microsoft, IBM, and Unilever. She's the youngest UNICEF Youth Foresight Fellow, a TEDx speaker,and Forbes' 2023 “Teen Trailblazer”.
Laura Turley's picture
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Laura Turley supports the scientific and policy-facing work as a Senior Science-Policy Manager at the Geneva Water Hub, and facilitates exchanges and synergies across this interface. Her expertise lies in the operation of institutions and infrastructure in the context of water scarcity, and on the conditions required for collective action and equitable water allocation in local and transboundary settings. Prior to joining the Geneva Water Hub, Laura worked with the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) for over a decade. She has a PhD in environmental policy.
Ifeanyi Malu's picture
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Ifeanyi Nicholas Malu is a Ph.D. graduate with health policy and equity expertise. He graduated from Walden University, Minneapolis, with a Ph.D. in Public Health Epidemiology. He holds an MA in Urban Policy and a BSc in Business Administration from the City University of New York. He later completed a diagnostic medical sonography(RDMS) program(Lic.) at Sanford Brown College New York and passed the RDMS licensing examination. Dr. Malu is an adjunct professor at the University of the People, CA.
Ashwini Tiwari's picture
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Dr. Ashwini Tiwari is an associate professor in the Urban Education Department at the University of Houston-Downtown, where he primarily teaches special education courses. Dr. Tiwari received his dual-title Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and Comparative International Education from Penn State University and MA in Special Education from the University of Arizona. Before joining UHD, he held faculty positions at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV). Additionally, Dr. Tiwari has worked as a special educator in an inner-city school district in Phoenix, Arizona; He holds certifications in K-12 Special Education areas with an endorsement in the Structured English Immersion. Dr. Tiwari's research is centered around "examining educational inequity issues with a focus on inclusive education in the comparative international contexts." His research findings have been published in many top-tier journals such as Teaching and Teacher Education, Educational Studies, Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs, and Asia Pacific Education Review. He regularly presents at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) and, Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) Conference.
Ahmed Amin's picture
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Dr. Ahmed M. Amin, PhD of Political Sciences & Public Administration. Master of Public Policy (International Relations). Lived more than 18 Years abroad in the Middle East region (KSA, Qatar, Lebanon, Turkey, and Egypt (Egyptian Citizen). Middle East Political Researcher and Expert. Worked in Academic Field More than 15 Years. Published different papers and one book covering Religion and Politics, Security and Stability in the Middle East, & Chinese Political Economy.
Abirlal Mukherjee's picture
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Abirlal is the founder of University Learner, Co-founder and Secretary General of Indian Youth Force, Co-founder and Director of Indian Human Rights Organization, Fellowship Recruitment Committee Member at Teach for India, A fellow at Teach for India, Delhi. Coordinator at Academy of Farsala, Athens, Greece. He is known as Abirlal Mukhopadhyay as a reputed author and researcher. Abirlal is the recipient of GITAM JRF for PhD in English (GITAM). He has three masters in English (BCC,BKU), Political Science (AMU), Social Work (Mizoram Univ.) and one P.G.D.E. -I by Research (BCU, UK)
Morgane Gonon's picture
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Doctoral student in economics at the Centre International pour l'Environnement et le Développement (CIRED - Paris). I work on financing mechanisms for biodiversity and ecosystem restoration, with a particular focus on market-based instruments. My main case studies are in Senegal (Mangroves Project and Great Green Wall).
Mia Sanati's picture
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Dr. Mia Sanati serves as a Research and Program Analyst for the Institute for Diversity and Inclusion in Emergency Management (I-DIEM) specializing in the intersection between public policy, emergency management and climate change, and inclusivity. Sanati maintains over 15 years of experience in political science, psychology, communication and research study design, data collection, and quantitative analysis. Sanati holds strong research interests in Artificial Intelligence and the representation of minorities in media. She received her PhD in Media and Public Affairs from Louisiana State University, and specializes in quantitative data analysis and support from the Institute’s data-driven research initiatives. She is particularly interested in the inclusion of women in this space and how disaster and risk information is communicated to marginalized communities and individuals.
Yasmine Rayyis's picture
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I am an MSc in Development Management candidate at LSE. Previously, I was a Fulbright Associate, selected by the U.S. Department of State to work alongside the Georgian Ministry of Education of Abkhazia and U.S. Embassy to develop and lead Language and Civics programs for internally displaced (IDP) university students from occupied territories, and policy fellow at a regional think tank. My key research areas are educational and language policy of the South Caucasus, shifting demographics in post-Soviet states, irregular migration, and diaspora communities of the Caucasus.

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