Co-Creator of the Student Conference on the Paris Agreement (SCoPA). He was the catalyst for the creation of SCoPA. He is a Financial advisor and investor involved in the development and operation of SCoPA based climate change programs.
Director: BigPictureSmallWorld, Inc. and protégé of 20th Century genius Buckminster Fuller. Medard and Wayne Jacoby co-created the Global Solutions Lab which provides cross cultural experiences to find solutions to problems in our world. This 8 day intensive Lab uses Design Science problem solving strategies and is held at Chestnut Hill College. It culminates with formal presentations at the United Nations and publication of their work.
Rita is Director of Multinational Georgia for Sustaining Democratic Values (MGSDV). Through a Memorandum of Understanding she works closely with GEM on many global projects including youth study travel programs.
Helps with program development and funding support for SCoPA: COP26. Active with GEM via a Memorandum of Understanding in all SDG work through the Student Global Ambassadors Program: SGAP.
Climate Change specialist who is a very important component to the credibility of GEM's climate change work. Sheldon is a retired science instructor from Chestnut Hill College.
President and CEO of the Kuvuna Foundation in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo.
Benedicte plans, manages and prepares youth for SCoPA and SLCD@UN activities in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Students participate as leaders and delegates. Bene also supervises GEM's regional UN conference site in Kinshasa, DRC.