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Dickson Mugendi David Ntwiga, a native of Kenya, is well known for community development and humanitarian work. He served as President of the Rotary Club of Meru and the Rotary Kenya Country Office Board and Assistant Governor for the district that includes Kenya, Ethiopia and South Sudan. He is the recipient of the Rotary Star President Award and the Women’s Human Rights Advocate Award for Africa and the founder of Solidarity International Trust (SIT) which helps women access start-up funds for income generating enterprises. Ntwiga is also the Director of Technology Partnership as well as the Solidarity Children’s Home. He represents three major US education institutions in Kenya and East Africa, including International Council for Education, Accreditation International (Ai) and the National Council for Private School Accreditation (NCPSA).Internationally, Dickson Ntwiga served as the Executive Director for the National Catholic Commission on Migration (NCCM). He had served as the Director of legal and Social Services in the same organization previously. In partnership with the UNHCR Bangkok, Ntwiga founded the first refugee shelter in Bangkok in 1999. And as it became apparent that most migrants and refugees had difficulty accessing public schools owing to a language barrier, he initiated a scholarship program in partnership with international academic institutions in Thailand, including the American School of Bangkok, KINCAID International School, British Council, Siam University, and Assumption University. Additionally, he established seven schools for migrants’ children along the Thai-Myanmar border. To bring the work of the human rights movement closer to that of the refugee movement, he opted to serve as an advisor on the refugee and migrant rights at Amnesty International Thailand in 2006 and attended the UNHCR’s Executive Committee Meetings in Geneva for 4 years, where he represented the NCCM as a Delegate. He served as a Voice Ambassador for Amnesty International in 2008.Dickson has specialized in International Human Rights Law, and founded the “United Nations Human Rights Supporters” on LinkedIn which has more than 2000 members currently, most of whom work for international institutions with an interest in international development and human rights. He studied at Mahidol and Oxford Universities as well as studying Diplomacy courses at the University of New South Wales. He is the author of a book entitled “Protecting Domestic Violence Victims in U.S. Asylum Law” and a number of other academic papers.
Gitta Peyn, systems researcher and cyberneticist, co-developer of FORMWELT and WELTFORM, founder of the FORMWELTen Institute for Renewing Systems Research and the Larnaca Conferences.Since 1988 she has been working with her husband on systemic and sustainable models, concepts and tools for communication, social and cognitive design and systemic complexity-conscious education and language. With FORMWELT team, she is in the process of building a global platform that empowers all people to systemic communication and education for understanding oriented global collaboration, superintelligent problem solving and human multiresilience.In 2020 she presented what FORMWELT can do for intersectionality and collective intelligence in times of metacrises at the conference "Strategies for transformative global Leadership" organized by the United Nations and the World Academy of Art and Science.Gitta will demonstrate that and how people and societies that try to narrowly manage their identities, problems and conflicts through sets of symbols, created by completely outdated education systems, lose their ability to decide in the long run and thus become a problem, cause for destructive conflict, even catastrophe for themselves and their environments. And she will deliver a FORMWELT oriented realistic vision of systemic education and how this will change humankinds ability to manage metacrises fundamentally.
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Thomas (Tom) Henry, United States, Change AgentFor 30+ years Tom has been working in the retail industry gaining proficiency in Operations, Management, Customer Experience, Product Supply, Talent Development and Change Management. His career spans 4 decades in Department Stores, Grocery and now Financial Services. Working in Leadership and Executive Development, he has lead teams and organizations through mergers, acquisition, bankruptcies, natural disasters, economic collapses and recovery. Achieving All Star status in two Fortune 100 companies, Tom continues to champion for Conscious Capitalism and Talent Development. A Diversity and Inclusion champion he attended both historically black and white universities in the US South. He serves internally as a D&I Consultant and Business Leader. Additionally, he advocates for minority groups and family recovery organizations in his local and global communities. His academic background includes Liberal Arts and Organization Development degrees with a focus on Education. A certified Barrett CTT tools Consultant and Values Based Leadership Coach, he is currently exploring and studying integral development and recovery supporting his ongoing goal towards servant leadership in our interdependent global communities. Tom was Learning and Development Coordinator at Whole Foods Market. There he designed, developed, and implemented Conscious Leadership and Talent Development Programs based on the 4 Tenets of Conscious Capitalism and Values Based Leadership. He is now AVP L&D at Travis Credit Union building a Learning Organization that serves members, employees and Leaders personal and professional development. Tom continues to work towards a world where everyone can achieve their full potential. As a Barrett Cultural Transformation Tools consultant his work focuses Organization Change through Leadership Transformation. “Transformation occurs through dialogue”, and Tom’s work helps provide a framework for individuals and organizations to hold a space for a deeper and more relevant conversation. The story we tell ourselves is a critical key to knowing who we are and where we are going.
Tamara Laine, Emmy Award-winning journalist and producer, United StatesTamara Laine is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and producer turned ESG communications strategist driving measurable impact solutions for purpose-driven brands. Currently, Tamara is a co-founder and Chief Marketing Officer of systemCHANGR, a community think tank that is connecting, catalyzing, and amplifying transformative solutions to ethical systems change.She has led intellectual leadership initiatives at leading policy, financial, and newsgathering institutions. Her work and policy analysis can be seen in Foreign Policy, The World Bank, The Journal of Peacebuilding and Development, DEVEX, and Inkstick Media.As a news correspondent for nearly a decade, Tamara's work focused on human rights, the environment, ethical technology, ESG, and social impact investing. At the Karma Network, Tamara hosted the financial documentary series Inflection Point, profiling business leaders, and prominent social impact issues. Tamara was also a nightly on-air news reporter for Fox Broadcast News where she helped launch a new wave of interactive news programming. She is now the host of Mind the Ceiling, a podcast featuring women who have broken glass ceilings in their industries and the journey to leadership.
Barbara Zuber, FacilitationBarbara is the co-founder of the school-of-facilitating, an institute in Berlin that trains the facilitation approach for internal and external facilitators and for leadership roles. She holds the strong belief that facilitation is a philosophy and a set of skills necessary for evolving into our future business development and transformation. Barbara was part of the last year conference as a speaker and volunteers this year in the role of facilitation as this is her expert role.She is looking forward to the conference that brings together interesting people and multilevel perspectives on our today and future issues - always curious what will evolve when time and space is given for dialog.Barbara brings in her experience as facilitator and leadership coach with companies that enhance their current way of operating to become more agile and more future ready.“Give voice to the things we have on our minds, give space for the voices to be heard.”
Hans Kluge, Germany“I probably don’t know the solution, though I admire the problem.” – Hans Kluge is creative nerd, agile project manager and systemic coach. With his leading question on “how to make work prettier” he is questioning organisational structures and preceding traditions. As a generalist he’s thinking beyond, tries out and enables in the given context.After a standard business administration study and the according career-driven track through corporations and agencies the dissonance between the how we work and what we do grew. Starting a journey to find the more and future fitting solutions he stumbled uponnew work, agile methods, systems theory, systemic coaching, and other mindset bricks assembling an overall image. The guiding principle “I probably don’t know, let us find that out together” accompanied Hans to work freelance.As a multidimensional bridge builder between tradition and future he is dedicated to project management with integrated coaching. In the scope of graphic and web/IT he provides creative eruptions and solutions outside the box.Moderating and facilitating parts of the Larnaca Conference is an exciting trip in Hans’ journey for finding new future fitting solutions – leastwise knowing how to create them. Furthermore, he continues his FORMwelt research with practical utilization.
Mark Damon Harvey, Diversity and Anti-prejudice Expert, SwitzerlandProfile and Interests - Mark Damon Harvey holds a BA in International Economics, an MBA in International Business and a BA in Education.He has worked as a system engineer and an external knowledge management consultant at Swiss Reinsurance and in development cooperation for: SKAT consulting, the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation and Helvetas.Mark Damon Harvey co-founded the international network for women in art, FATart and the FATart (fatart.ch) Art Fair, the first and only art fair of its kind in Europe, now in its fifth year and https://www.männer.ch, a network platform for men’s organizations in Switzerland.He was project manager in integration projects focused on the African Diaspora for the city and the canton of Zurich, a primary school teacher for refugee children, a teacher for youth offenders and adults in a correctional facility, as well as, a counselor in an institution for youth offenders.He now consults on permaculture and diversity issues and has led anti-prejudice and anti-racism workshops for:- Rote Fabrik Cultural Center, Zurich (Consulting/Workshops)- Pro Helvetia (Consulting /Workshops) Swiss Red Cross (Workshops)- FAT (Femme Artist Table – Consulting /Curation/Workshops)- University for Teacher’s Training, Schaffhausen (Workshops)- University for Teacher’s Training, Zürich (http://unterstrass.edu – Consulting/Workshops)- Art in the Public Sphere (Kunst im öffentlichen Raum - KiöR) – Canton of Zurich (Consulting)As an artist, he specializes in:- Music- Land art (earthworks, edible landscapes and permaculture)- Power Objects (Objets forts) and jewellery drawn from African cultures
Sören Krüger, GermanySören Krüger (32) from Wiesbaden has been working as a Scrum Master in the IT industry for 5 years. In his current job at the software service provider AOE, he also supports organizational development. He is passionate about self-study in social systems theory and is always opening up new perspectives for his team and the company. Sören is driven by the firm belief that people are usually not the problem but the context favors / prevents decisions.
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