WISE Emerging Leaders

WISE Emerging Leaders is a nine-month fellowship program for the next generation of leaders in education who wish to embark on a learning journey that cultivates the mindsets, skills, and techniques necessary to thrive, nurture communities, and transform education systems.

In a time when education is disrupted by multiple crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic, the burnout epidemic, and the ecological collapse, WISE believes it is ever more important to create stimulating and nourishing spaces for education leaders to come together, connect meaningfully, learn with each other, and collaborate for collective impact. Transforming education systems requires change at the structural and systemic levels, but also at the intrapersonal and interpersonal levels. Leaders who lead with self-awareness, compassion, and creativity, who cultivate their own and their team’s wellbeing, and who weave people and projects together are leaders who can spark innovation and systemic change.

The WEL Fellowship brings together 15–20 carefully selected young leaders in education from around the world in a hybrid format consisting of an in-person residential session, a series of online workshops with education experts, a number of asynchronous reflective blog posts, a concrete project to apply in their organizations, and tailored mentoring support to develop their project.

WISE is seeking to collaborate with high-impact organizations to nominate young education professionals from within their organizations or network to support their personal and professional development. If you would like to nominate promising young leaders from your organization, please get in touch with emergingleaders@wise.org.qa.

“The WISE fellowship is so unique in that it brings such a diverse group of individuals to learn from each other professionally and just as equally, personally. 

Time has never flown by so fast as it did in every webinar and residential session I spent with my WISE fellows. I learnt more about the world, about education, about learning and about the goodness of humanity. It was and still is – through every chat, message, catch up sessions – a truly life transforming and forward thinking experience!”

Christina Bwana, Chief Operations Officer and General Manager, Ubongo (2020 fellow)

“I sound quite cheesy when I talk about the WISE emerging leaders programme as I truly believe it was one of the most transformational experiences of my career and life. My work in the UK is around system change, and modelling and leading a new type of collective leadership to make education fairer. It’s challenging work personally and professionally and the WISE programme prompted a mindset shift for me that I don’t believe I would have been able to do this work without. Most importantly it connected me deeply to the other fellows; I now have an incredible like-minded community (now friends!) around the world who continue the gifts of the programme through their strength, support and practical tools and tips!”

Samantha Butters, Chief Executive Officer, Fair Education Alliance (2019 fellow)

Further information about the program

1. In-Person Residential Session

The WEL 2022 Fellows will participate in a two-week in-person* residential session on 22 June – 1 July 2022, which will be delivered by experienced facilitators. During this residential session, they will be guided through a series of experiential workshops and activities on topics such as:

  • Collaborative and weaving leadership
  • Personal sustainability and wellbeing
  • Systems change in education
  • Peer-learning and peer-coaching
  • Collaboration and co-creation
  • Project development
  • Storytelling for impact
  • Personal and group harvesting

WISE will cover the following costs for Fellows joining the residential session: return flights, accommodation, meals during the residential session, transportation to and from the retreat location, venue hire, and workshop material. The participant will still have to cover visa costs, PCR test if needed and travel to and from the airport both in the home country and in the country of the residential session.

*The hosting country will be confirmed with the selected cohort of Fellows and will depend on how the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds. In the event that it is not safe to host the residential session in person, it will be delivered online split into two parts: 16–26 May 2022 and 20–30 June 2022 (Monday to Thursday for max. 3.5 hours each day).

n-Person Residential Session - WISE Emerging Leaders  

 

2. Online Workshops & Masterclasses

Fellows will integrate their learning journey with 12 online interactive workshops* aimed at deepening their connections, engaging with distinguished education experts, collaborating with each other, and reflecting on their progress in the Fellowship. Workshops generally focus on topics covered during the residential session, but also offer the opportunity to dive deeper into global education content, depending on the Fellows’ interests. Previous masterclasses with education experts have included topics such as:

  • Non-traditional approaches to education
  • Remote learning during COVID-19 times
  • Ecoversities and alternative universities
  • Wellbeing for educators and wellbeing in education
  • Education policy implementation
  • Girls’ education and gender equality in education
  • Climate change and education
  • Systems change: From theory to action

*The exact dates for the workshops will be communicated with the selected cohort of Fellows, but as a general guideline, they will take place once a month with a few sessions concentrated in December 2022 to bring the Fellowship to a close. Each workshop will last 90–120 minutes.

3. Reflective Blog Posts & Vlogs

Fellows will reflect on their learning journey by submitting 6 blog posts or vlogs during the Fellowship (approximately every 6 weeks). They will receive comprehensive guidelines and reflection prompts and some of the blog posts will be published on the WISE website. Examples of previous published posts by WEL alumni include:

4. Practical Projects

Fellows will apply what they are learning during the Fellowship through the design, development, and implementation of a project in their organizational context.

  • Fellows will identify a potential project with their organization at the moment of applying for the fellowship but may change it during the residential session.
  • Fellows will have the opportunity to start the design and development of their project during the residential session through a series of dedicated activities and tools.
  • Fellows will receive support through tailored 1:1 mentoring. Please note that WISE does not dispense any funds to projects or individuals.
  • Fellows will be asked to submit regular updates in the form of blog posts (see previous section) about their project development, including a final project update at the end of the fellowship.
  • Fellows will work with their organization to pilot and/or implement the selected project during the Fellowship.

5. Tailored Mentoring

Fellows will be supported in the development of their projects through tailored 1:1 mentoring. WISE will match Fellows with their respective mentors after the first residential session and after having received an updated project description along with clear mentoring needs.

Important note: It is the Fellows’ responsibility to be proactive in their relationship with their mentor and make the most of this. WISE will provide useful tips during one of the online workshops on the mentor and protégé relationship.

6. Post-fellowship engagements

On a voluntary basis, WISE offers regular post-fellowship engagements, which are co-organized with the fellows to connect with alumni from the program. Those engagements can include:

  • Check-in calls (to reconnect, foster wellbeing, play games, book club, knowledge sharing, etc.)
  • Masterclasses with outside speakers
  • Sharing engagement opportunities and participation in events

WISE invites representatives of institutions, organizations, programs and networks to nominate engaged candidates with outstanding academic/professional and/or personal experiences in the field of education from your organization. Nominees can be part of your extended organization or branches across the world. The nominator must have a project idea while nominating a candidate for the nomination to be eligible.

  • WISE is looking for 15–20 outstanding young professionals identified by their organizations to join the cohort.
  • Nominees must be between the ages of 25 and 33, with demonstrated engagement in the field of education and potential for growth.
  • Nominating organizations must identify a potential project for the nominee to undertake during the year and support the nominee in developing the project during the program.
  • Upon selection of the fellow, their host organization and WISE will finalize the project brief.
  • Application deadline: Completed forms in English should be submitted through the online portal by 13:00 GMT on March 1st, 2022.
  • Interview round: 10-27 March 2022.
  • Application outcome: All applicants will be notified of their application outcome by April 1st, 2022.
  1. Candidates must be between the ages of 25 and 33.
  2. Candidates must hold a valid travel document and be willing to travel abroad for the residential session.
  3. Candidates should be proficient in spoken and written English and should be comfortable presenting and speaking in public.
  4. Candidates should demonstrate a degree of resilience that enables them to contribute fully to the program while also meeting other organizational and personal commitments.
  5. Candidates should be curious, open-minded, flexible, and comfortable in multicultural environments.
  6. Candidates have a strong profile showing a steady record of accomplishments in the field of education (academic, professional and/or personal). They have also been involved in education and/or development projects for at least 3 years.
  7. Candidates clearly demonstrate engagement in social issues and how they have sought to overcome them through innovative ideas, and initiatives.
  8. Candidates must demonstrate potential for growth within the nominating organization.

  1. Candidates must be able to travel and must commit to participating in all WISE Emerging Leaders program components.

     

  2. Candidates must be able to fully take part the residential session in May/June and last quarter of 2021 and organizations must support the fellows’ travel request for the duration, if applicable.

     

  3. Candidates must engage in online modules, project development work and deliver blog submissions in line with the program deadlines.

     

  4. Candidates can only pursue projects that are supported by their organization, and approved by WISE.

     

  5. Nominator/organization support for the fellows will be required throughout the program for the successful delivery of the project.

     

  6. All nominators agree to respect final selection decisions made by the WISE Team. No appeal or claim can be considered. Should your application be unsuccessful, you can nominate again next year.

     

  7. By submitting the nomination form, you are acknowledging the aforementioned terms and committing to them.

     

  8. WISE reserves the right to publicize the selected fellows by means of any kind of communication (internal and/or commercial advertising), through any promotional media (press, magazines, catalogues, websites, etc.) and all over the world. This communication may be in the form of pictures, recordings (audio and video) and texts supplied by each of the selected fellows. Selected fellows agree to provide photos, bio and descriptions of their projects. They also acknowledge the right of the WISE initiative to use this material.
  9. By taking part in this competition, applicants agree that their personal details will be included in a database owned by the WISE initiative, which will be the exclusive custodian of the said details for the purpose of managing the specified competition. The WISE initiative will not sell or distribute applicants’ personal data to third parties. Applicants have the right to access and modify any personal data concerning themselves. Applicants also have the right to refuse to be included in a database and may exercise these rights at any time by making the appropriate request in writing to emergingleaders@wise.org.qa.

     

  10. WISE reserves the right to amend the program timeline and components at any time. If it does so, WISE will post an update on its website and notify all candidates.

     

  11. These rules for the WISE Awards are governed by Qatari law and, in the event of a dispute regarding their interpretation or performance, such a dispute shall be submitted to the exclusive jurisdiction of the competent courts in Doha, Qatar.

     

  12. Nominating for the 2021 WISE Emerging Leaders program implies full acceptance of and respect for these rules by the applicants. Interpretation of these rules falls within the exclusive competence of WISE.

1. In-Person Residential Session

The WEL 2022 Fellows will participate in a two-week in-person* residential session on 13–23 June 2022, which will be delivered by experienced facilitators. During this residential session, they will be guided through a series of experiential workshops and activities on topics such as:

  • Collaborative and weaving leadership
  • Personal sustainability and wellbeing
  • Systems change in education
  • Peer-learning and peer-coaching
  • Collaboration and co-creation
  • Project development
  • Storytelling for impact
  • Personal and group harvesting

WISE will cover the following costs for Fellows joining the residential session: return flights, accommodation, meals, in-country transportation, venue hire, and workshop material.

*The hosting country will be confirmed with the selected cohort of Fellows and will depend on how the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds. In the event that it is not safe to host the residential session in person, it will be delivered online split into two parts: 16–26 May 2022 and 20–30 June 2022 (Monday to Thursday for max. 3.5 hours each day).

n-Person Residential Session - WISE Emerging Leaders  

 

2. Online Workshops & Masterclasses

Fellows will integrate their learning journey with 12 online interactive workshops* aimed at deepening their connections, engaging with distinguished education experts, collaborating with each other, and reflecting on their progress in the Fellowship. Workshops generally focus on topics covered during the residential session, but also offer the opportunity to dive deeper into global education content, depending on the Fellows’ interests. Previous masterclasses with education experts have included topics such as:

  • Non-traditional approaches to education
  • Remote learning during COVID-19 times
  • Ecoversities and alternative universities
  • Wellbeing for educators and wellbeing in education
  • Education policy implementation
  • Girls’ education and gender equality in education
  • Climate change and education
  • Systems change: From theory to action

*The exact dates for the workshops will be communicated with the selected cohort of Fellows, but as a general guideline, they will take place once a month with a few sessions concentrated in December 2022 to bring the Fellowship to a close. Each workshop will last 90–120 minutes.

3. Reflective Blog Posts & Vlogs

Fellows will reflect on their learning journey by submitting 6 blog posts or vlogs during the Fellowship (approximately every 6 weeks). They will receive comprehensive guidelines and reflection prompts and some of the blog posts will be published on the WISE website. Examples of previous published posts by WEL alumni include:

4. Practical Projects

Fellows will apply what they are learning during the Fellowship through the design, development, and implementation of a project in their organizational context.

  • Fellows will identify a potential project with their organization at the moment of applying for the fellowship but may change it during the residential session.
  • Fellows will have the opportunity to start the design and development of their project during the residential session through a series of dedicated activities and tools.
  • Fellows will receive support through tailored 1:1 mentoring. Please note that WISE does not dispense any funds to projects or individuals.
  • Fellows will be asked to submit regular updates in the form of blog posts (see previous section) about their project development, including a final project update at the end of the fellowship.
  • Fellows will work with their organization to pilot and/or implement the selected project during the Fellowship.

5. Tailored Mentoring

Fellows will be supported in the development of their projects through tailored 1:1 mentoring. WISE will match Fellows with their respective mentors after the first residential session and after having received an updated project description along with clear mentoring needs.

Important note: It is the Fellows’ responsibility to be proactive in their relationship with their mentor and make the most of this. WISE will provide useful tips during one of the online workshops on the mentor and protégé relationship.

6. Post-fellowship engagements

On a voluntary basis, WISE offers regular post-fellowship engagements, which are co-organized with the fellows to connect with alumni from the program. Those engagements can include:

  • Check-in calls (to reconnect, foster wellbeing, play games, book club, knowledge sharing, etc.)
  • Masterclasses with outside speakers
  • Sharing engagement opportunities and participation in events

WISE invites representatives of institutions, organizations, programs and networks to nominate engaged candidates with outstanding academic/professional and/or personal experiences in the field of education from your organization. Nominees can be part of your extended organization or branches across the world. The nominator must have a project idea while nominating a candidate for the nomination to be eligible.

  • WISE is looking for 15–20 outstanding young professionals identified by their organizations to join the cohort.
  • Nominees must be between the ages of 25 and 33, with demonstrated engagement in the field of education and potential for growth.
  • Nominating organizations must identify a potential project for the nominee to undertake during the year and support the nominee in developing the project during the program.
  • Upon selection of the fellow, their host organization and WISE will finalize the project brief.
  • Application deadline: Completed forms in English should be submitted through the online portal by 13:00 GMT on March 1st, 2022.
  • Interview round: 10-27 March 2022.
  • Application outcome: All applicants will be notified of their application outcome by April 1st, 2022.
  1. Candidates must be between the ages of 25 and 33.
  2. Candidates must hold a valid travel document and be willing to travel abroad for the residential session.
  3. Candidates should be proficient in spoken and written English and should be comfortable presenting and speaking in public.
  4. Candidates should demonstrate a degree of resilience that enables them to contribute fully to the program while also meeting other organizational and personal commitments.
  5. Candidates should be curious, open-minded, flexible, and comfortable in multicultural environments.
  6. Candidates have a strong profile showing a steady record of accomplishments in the field of education (academic, professional and/or personal). They have also been involved in education and/or development projects for at least 3 years.
  7. Candidates clearly demonstrate engagement in social issues and how they have sought to overcome them through innovative ideas, and initiatives.
  8. Candidates must demonstrate potential for growth within the nominating organization.

  1. Candidates must be able to travel and must commit to participating in all WISE Emerging Leaders program components.

     

  2. Candidates must be able to fully take part the residential session in May/June and last quarter of 2021 and organizations must support the fellows’ travel request for the duration, if applicable.

     

  3. Candidates must engage in online modules, project development work and deliver blog submissions in line with the program deadlines.

     

  4. Candidates can only pursue projects that are supported by their organization, and approved by WISE.

     

  5. Nominator/organization support for the fellows will be required throughout the program for the successful delivery of the project.

     

  6. All nominators agree to respect final selection decisions made by the WISE Team. No appeal or claim can be considered. Should your application be unsuccessful, you can nominate again next year.

     

  7. By submitting the nomination form, you are acknowledging the aforementioned terms and committing to them.

     

  8. WISE reserves the right to publicize the selected fellows by means of any kind of communication (internal and/or commercial advertising), through any promotional media (press, magazines, catalogues, websites, etc.) and all over the world. This communication may be in the form of pictures, recordings (audio and video) and texts supplied by each of the selected fellows. Selected fellows agree to provide photos, bio and descriptions of their projects. They also acknowledge the right of the WISE initiative to use this material.
  9. By taking part in this competition, applicants agree that their personal details will be included in a database owned by the WISE initiative, which will be the exclusive custodian of the said details for the purpose of managing the specified competition. The WISE initiative will not sell or distribute applicants’ personal data to third parties. Applicants have the right to access and modify any personal data concerning themselves. Applicants also have the right to refuse to be included in a database and may exercise these rights at any time by making the appropriate request in writing to emergingleaders@wise.org.qa.

     

  10. WISE reserves the right to amend the program timeline and components at any time. If it does so, WISE will post an update on its website and notify all candidates.

     

  11. These rules for the WISE Awards are governed by Qatari law and, in the event of a dispute regarding their interpretation or performance, such a dispute shall be submitted to the exclusive jurisdiction of the competent courts in Doha, Qatar.

     

  12. Nominating for the 2021 WISE Emerging Leaders program implies full acceptance of and respect for these rules by the applicants. Interpretation of these rules falls within the exclusive competence of WISE.

Timeline

Nominations Open

11 January - 28 February 2021

Selection and Announcement of Cohort

(shortlisted candidates will be interviewed)

March 2021

Completion of online courses

April - May 2021

First and second residential sessions

(Dates TBC)

May - June 2021

Project work, Project Support and Online Blog Assignments

July - October 2021

Submission of Project Update

September 2021

Third residential session

Last quarter 2021

Partners

Recipes for Wellbeing
The Weaving Lab

2022 WISE Emerging Leaders

The 2022 WISE Emerging Leaders cohort consists of 16 women and men from 14 countries, representing diverse backgrounds and disciplines. Selected fellows include young professionals from organizations from the WISE community and social innovators actively engaged in delivering or designing education initiatives within their organization or networks.

Meet the Emerging Leaders

Alina-Lipcan

Alina Lipcan

United Kingdom

Deirdre Conde

Deirdre Conde

Philippines

Edcel Artificio

Edcel Artificio

Philippines

Joyce Kim

Joyce Kim

United States of America

2021 WISE Emerging Leaders

The 2021 WISE Emerging Leaders cohort consists of 23 women and men from 12 countries, representing diverse backgrounds and disciplines. Selected fellows include young professionals from organizations from the WISE community and social innovators actively engaged in delivering or designing education initiatives within their organization or networks.

Selected fellows, aged 24-33, will participate in a series of collaborative and interactive modules on topics ranging from ethical leadership to social innovation delivered by WISE and Recipes for Wellbeing to increase the impact of their work and collaborate on pressing challenges.

Meet the Emerging Leaders

Karla Cruz Godoy

United States of America

Deborah Marie Rodriguez Garcia

United States of America

Sandra Godina

United States of America

Capri LaRocca

United States of America

Max McCabe

United Kingdom

Alyssa Owens

Australia

Niveen Reza

Bangladesh

Priyanka Varma

United States of America

Phanith Yon

Cambodia

rita zhang

United States of America

Joanna Zimmerman

United States of America

2020 WISE Emerging Leaders

The 2020 WISE Emerging Leaders cohort consists of nineteen young men and women from 17 countries, representing diverse backgrounds and disciplines. Selected fellows include young professionals from organizations from the WISE community and social innovators actively engaged in delivering or designing education initiatives within their organization or networks. 

Selected fellows, aged 28-33, will participate in a series of collaborative and interactive modules on topics ranging from ethical leadership to social innovation delivered by WISE and Weaving Lab to increase the impact of their work and collaborate on pressing challenges. Through the fellowship, WISE aims to support and elevate the work of promising initiatives in education by developing young talent within such organizations.

Meet the Emerging Leaders

Marcos Roca

Marcos Roca

Argentina

Yussuf A. Sané Guinea-Bissau

Yussuf A. Sané

Guinea-Bissau

Teresa Wolverton

Teresa Wolverton

United States of America

2019 WISE Emerging Leaders

The 2019 Emerging Leaders cohort consists of 17 outstanding fellows from 13 countries, rigorously selected from a diverse pool of nominations received from the WISE community. The selected cohort comprises of fellows from organizations such as Camfed, Minerva Project, and HundrEd among others who have strongly demonstrated their commitment to the field of education.

The fellows embarked on a global education journey, which have included a series of expert-led webinars and master classes, and in person residential sessions in Germany and Doha and a project that they have developed and implemented with support from their organizations and WISE.

Meet the Emerging Leaders

Samantha Butters

Samantha Butters

United Kingdom

Sarah Grant

Sarah Grant

United Kingdom

Neagheen Homaifar

Neagheen Homaifar

United States of America

Danielle Kercher

Danielle Kercher

United States of America

Muneeb Khan

Muneeb Khan

Pakistan

Tamara Steen

Tamara Steen

The Netherlands

Amy Tran-Calhoun

Amy Tran-Calhoun

United States of America

Our community

Faculty and Experts

Ms Greta Rossi

Co-founder, Recipes for Wellbeing

Greta Ross is the lead facilitator for the WEL Residential Session. She is a changemaker involved in multiple not-for-profit initiatives. She is the co-founder of Recipes for Wellbeing, Akasha Innovation, and Pitch Your Failure. She also works for Ashoka as the Regional Coordinator of ChangemakerXchange in Europe and lead facilitator for the 2020 WISE Emerging Leaders Program. Greta holds a BA (Hons) in International Relations and is a qualified coach, facilitator, and fellow of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of the Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA).

Mr. Ross Hall

Mr. Ross Hall

Co-founder, Weaving Lab

Ross is co-founder of The Weaving Lab – a global community of people who are advancing the practice and profession of weaving learning ecosystems in which everyone is learning to thrive together.

Ross incubated The Weaving Lab while leading Ashoka’s education strategy. Before joining Ashoka, he designed the Learner Guide & Better World Programmes with Camfed, empowering young people across Zimbabwe, Tanzania and Ghana to be well and do good. This extended the Effective Education for Employment project that he led with Pearson, where he used it to evaluate the effectiveness of education systems and institutions internationally. Before joining Pearson, Ross spent 15 years designing and launching 20 businesses on five continents.

Dennis C. Roberts

Dennis C. Roberts, Ph.D.

Independent Consultant, Speaker, and Author

Dennis C. Roberts is an independent consultant, speaker, and author. He last served as Assistant Vice President of Education for Qatar Foundation. During his seven years with QF he worked with Qatari and expatriate colleagues to create the student development and support services for its branch universities at Education City in Doha, Qatar. Prior to working abroad, he was Associate Vice President of Student Affairs at Miami University. He is past president of the American College Personnel Association (ACPA), and has been a member and presenter at the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators and the International Leadership Association throughout his career. He has authored 6 books and over 50 book chapters and other articles on student affairs, student learning, and leadership.

2021 WISE Emerging Leaders mentors

2020 WISE Emerging Leaders mentors

  • Jennifer Adams, Founder and CEO of Educating Leaders Consulting
  • Gilad Babchuk, Co-Founder and CEO, Compass
  • Jo Besford, Director, Green Shoots, South Africa
  • Vicky Colbert, Founder and Director, Fundación Escuela Nueva, Colombia
  • Shelby Cosner, Professor and Director of the Center for Urban Educational Leadership, University of Illinois, USA
  • Mike Feerick, Founder and CEO, Alison, Ireland
  • Robert A. Filback, Professor of Clinical Education at Rossier School of Education, University of Southern California, USA
  • Ross Hall, Co-Founder, Weaving Lab, UK
  • Deborah Kimathi, Executive Director, Dignitas Project, Kenya
  • Edward Keller, Co-founder and CEO, Smart Science® Education, USA
  • Nikita Khosla, Senior Director of Programs, Luminos Fund
  • Peter Mousaferiadis, Founder and CEO, Cultural Infusion, Australia
  • Bhagya Rangachar, CEO, CLT India, India
  • Borna Scognamiglio, CEO and Co-Founder, Pixis, Italy
  • Kristof Vanheusden, Founder and CEO of Innovation Wall, Belgium
  • Chelsea Waite, Research Fellow, Clayton Christensen Institute, USA
  • Lydia Wilbard, National Director, Camfed Tanzania, Tanzania
  • Mary Young, Senior Advisor, Harvard University, USA

2019 WISE Emerging Leaders mentors

  • Bhagya Rangachar, CEO, CLT India, India
  • Safeena Husain, CEO, Educate Girls, India
  • Kate Wang, VP of Partnerships, MyCos, USA
  • Larry Rosenstock, Founder, High Tech High, USA
  • Stine Philipsen, Director, Global Scribes, Netherlands
  • Steve Cumming, Associate Director of Secondary Education and TVET, MasterCard Foundation, Canada
  • Tarek Chehidi, Sr Director, Teach for All, USA
  • Nayla Fahed, CEO, Lebanese Alternative Learning, Lebanon
  • Amber Oliver, Director, RobinHood, USA
  • Grace Atkinson, Executive Director, Jusoor, France
  • Anna Molero, Chief Government Officer, Teach for All, USA
  • ClearyVaughn-Lee, Founder, Global Oneness Project, USA
  • Mary Young, Senior Advisor, Harvard University, USA
  • Gwyn Wansbrough, Managing Director, PYE Global, UK