Adrien Normier, France
Wings for Science, ORA, non-profit
Andy Schroeder, Alaska, USA
Island Trails Network, non-profit
Prof. em. Dr. DDr. H.c. Christian Körner, Switzerland
Institute of Botany, University of Basel
Bunker Seyfert, USA
Assoc. Prof. Demetris F. Lekkas, Greece
Department of Mathematics, University of the Aegea
Dr. Dennis Whigham, Maryland, USA
Smithsonian Environmental Research Institute (SERC)
Irene Greve, Denmark
Maria Briguglio, Malta
Faculty of Economics, University of Malta
Nikos Skapetis, Greece
CEO/Founder Factor Sigma Informatics Ltd., Samos – Greece
Paula Schwarz, Germany / Greece
Paula Schwarz is a half Greek, half German woman with a background in Political Sciences.
The 24 year old has built and supported IT-based projects for non-governmental organizations throughout Europe and the U.S. Together with a team around her incubator ‘Good Cop Bad Cop’, Paula connects and consults business angels around the fields of ‘Responsible Entrepreneurship’ and ‘Innovation’. Business concepts are analysed in an attempt to bridge the gap between the solving of social and/or political issues and exciting new market opportunities.
Petra Campbell, Australia
Pacific Aid Australia, non-profit
Dr. Robert Read, United Kingdom
Department of Economics, Lancaster University Management School
Prof. Dr. Sevastianos Roussos, France
Institut Méditerranéen de la Biodiversité et d’Ecologie marine et continentale (IMBE, UMR Université Aix Marseille / CNRS 7263 / IRD 237 / Avignon Université
Tim de Jong, Netherlands
Tim de Jong operates his own company WebDevelopment, is a freelance technical developer and has a special appreciation for creative concepts and new technologies. His specialty is Drupal backend development, but also frontend development. He considers security and performance equally important to other aspects of a project.
Timothy King, Australia
Tim King is Managing Director and head of Australian Company Research at Deutsche Bank. He has over 20 years of sell-side research experience. Prior to joining Deutsche Bank in April 2003, Tim was head of Aust/NZ Telecommunications and Construction Materials Research at a major global investment bank. Prior to this, he ran pan-Asian capital goods research for a broking firm in Singapore for two years, and before that worked for an investment bank in Sydney as a top rated Australasian building materials analyst for six years. Tim has an MA (First Class Hons) from the University of Canterbury (NZ), and studied finance and economics at the Institute fur Weltwirtschaft (Kiel, Germany) and University of Rochester (USA). He is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA). Tim has considerable experience in REDD projects, and has worked with the Government of Ecuador on a National REDD strategy. Tim is also on the Board of Directors of FFI Australia, For a & Fauna International, the oldest environmental organization in the world.
Tobias Gotter, Germany
Tobias Gotter is a certified tax accountant in Germany and assisted several charity organizations.
Dr. Uwe Dornberger, Germany