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Since 2003 Mrs Brueggemann has settled in Berlin. For several years, she served as a Member of the Boards of the German Committee for the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and of the Foundation for World Population (DSW). From 1995 to 2002 Mrs Brueggemann was Director-General of the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), London. Prior to that, from 1992 to 1995, she was Chairman of the Development Policy Forum of the German Foundation for International Development in Berlin. Mrs Brueggemann can look back on a long professional career at the World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva. She entered WHO in 1966. In 1985 she became Director of External Coordination for Health and Social Development. In 1989 she was appointed the Representative of the Director-General of WHO at the United Nations, New York, USA. While in London, she was invited to become a member of "The Rotary Clu
Dr. Ahmes was born in Alexandra, Egypt. He attended the English Mission College in Cairo, where he studied under British teachers. He obtained his general certificate of education from Oxford and then went on to study medicine at Cairo University. Upon graduation he specialized in Clinicial Pathology and obtained both his Master and Doctors degrees in Infertility. Following he continued his research along side Swedish professors. Dr. Gabriel joined the Air Forces Medical Corp in Egypt as a Lieutenant, where he practiced until he retired as a General. Dr. Gabriel is still currently practicing in his private medical labratory that he started in Heliopolis, Egypt in 1974. Ahems joined the Rotary Club of Heliopolis, Cairo Egypt in 1989 in District 2450 where he served on most committees at the time and eventually served as Club President as well. He served as District 2450 Secretary, which includes ten countries, then Area Governor, Area Coordinator, and fi
Since 1978 Robert Zinser is member of RC Ludwigshafen-Rheinschanze, implemented several projects in Nigeria, Pakistan and Uruguay and served as chairman of international and of world community service in D1860. In 1994/1995 he served as District-Governor. At the RI Assembly in 1994 he met DGE Dolapo Lufadeju, Nigeria, implemented with him from 1995-2000 the Pilot-Project "Child Spacing and Family Health" in Kaduna State, Nigeria, and cofounded 1996 with him and PDG Buck Lindsay the Rotarian Action Group for Population & Development. Together with Past District Governor Lufadeju PDG Zinser initiated the scaling up of the pilot project with a 3-H grant from 2000-2005 in six states of Northern Nigeria. He started and coordinated the large-scale project Improvement of Maternal Health Prevention and Treatment of Obstetric Fistula in Kaduna and Kano State 2005-2010, is advisor of its 1st scaling up project and coordinator of its 2nd scaling up project in Enugu state, Nigeria. ZInser
RFPD General Secretary 344 West Pike Street Lawrenceville Georgia United States Tel. 404-520-0058 BLindsay@lpbatlanta.com
Winford “Buck” Lindsay heads an architectural/engineering/interiors firm, Lindsay Pope Brayfield Clifford, in Lawrenceville, Georgia. He graduated from Georgia Tech in 1968, and later enlisted in the US Army, reaching the rank of captain. Upon discharge, he spent a year in south France as a free-lance artist. Lindsay architectural specialization is hospitality; he has designed hundreds of hotels throughout the USA and Canada. He was named Volunteer-of-the-Year in Gwinnett by United Way in 1995, and in 2000 was Gwinnett County’s Small Businessman-of-the-Year. He was elected a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects in 2004. In 1991, he served as District Governor of Rotary for north Georgia In 1996, he founded Rotarian Action Group for Population & Development, a 20,000+ member group of Rotarians who believe that humanity is on a collision course: too many people / not enough resources – and tha
Emmanuel Adedolapo Lufadeju PhD is a Professor of Agriculture, with emphasis on Crop-Livestock Integration. He studied at University of Maryland USA and Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria Nigeria. A British Council Scholar, He was a Visiting Research Fellow at Rowett Research Institute, Aberdeen Scotland. He is licensed to perform intra-gastric surgery on living animals and a Certified Animal Nutritionist. He has been The General Secretary African Research Network for Agro-by-Products based in Addis Ababa Ethiopia. Dolapo as he is fondly called is a Member of the Nigerian Society for Animal Production and The British Nutrition society. He is Consultant to many National and International Organisations including the World Bank, Fadama III Project, Odu’a Investment Company, Limited and Technical Center for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) Lome Convention ACP-EU Netherlands and the Agriculture and Rural Management and Training Institute (ARMTI) Ilorin;
Barbara Maves holds a Masters of Arts in Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences from Ball State. She served as President and CEO of Planned Parenthood of East Central Indiana for twenty five years. Today, Barbara devotes the majority of her time to volunteering with Rotary International. Barbara has served as the past president of the Rotary Club of Munice Sunrise, Indiana. During her tenure she was inducted into the Arch C. Klumph Society. This prestigous society recognizes individuals who donate $250,000.00 or more to the Rotary Foundation. Maves says she gives to the Foundation to support education for impoverished women and children, for which she holds a passion. Educating women and giving them the tools toward self-support is a crucial way to end world poverty, she says. "Matching Grants" are a great example of how the Foundation can help get projects accomplished that help with this goal. Maves is a founding board member for TEAMwork for Quality Li
RFPD Area Coordiantor - Europe Obere Zahlbacher Str. 12 Mainz D 55131 Mainz Germany Tel. +49-6131-4742-16 firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Morath is a Biologist (Behavior research and Bio-Cybernetics), who became a Rotarian in 1992 at the Rotary Club Itzehoe in northern Germany and then in 1998 at the Rotary Club Mainz. Michael served as Club President 2005/2006, followed by District-Secretary, Assistant-Governor, and in 2010/2011 Governor D-1860. He joined RFPD in 2006 and serves as Vice Chairman of the RFPD Board-German Section. Since 2009 he has served as a member of the Intercountry Committee Germany - East African States, working together with NGO's to help the Somali Refugees. As RFPD's European Coordinator he helps to communicate with RFPD sections of European countries, especially Austria and Switzerland.
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Sandeep’s been associated with Rotary since school days. He was President of his school Interact Club; later he was a member of Rotaract Club of Delhi West. Sandeep joined Rotary Club of Dhanbad in 1986 and after serving in various posts was President in 1994-95. Sandeep was District Governor, 3250 in 2002-03, a year marked by record collection for the TRF till then. He was RI President’s representative in 2003-04 to District 3130, Mahabaleshwar and in 2011-12 to Dist 3211, Quilon, Kerela and has been appointed RI Rep for District Conference of Dist 3020 in January 2014. He’s served as the Annual Program Fund Strategic Advisor, Zone V 2005-2008 for districts 3110, 3120, 3240, 3250, 3260 & 3290. He also spearheaded the setting of 24 Saheli centers, a vocational training center for women in the district with the help of RFPD & TRF and the Rotary Gerry Powell Jaipur Limb Centre at Dhanbad. Sandeep is Area Coordinator, South Asia for Rotary Action Group RFPD in In
RFPD Area Coordinator - North America 6055 S. Bright Avenue Whittier California United States Tel. 562 696 9610 firstname.lastname@example.org
Judith Prather served as Governor of Rotary District 5320 in the Rotary year 1999-2000. She has been active with RFPD since its founding. In 1992 she and her youngest daughter attended the United Nations Conference on the Environment in Rio de Janeiro, where, as a relatively new Rotarian, she was extremely impressed by the Rotary presence at the conference and the organization’s concern for the environment. Judy was chosen as a leader of the North American NGO delegation to the conference while her daughter was selected as one of the youth leaders. Subsequently, both Judy and her daughter attended the ten-year follow-up conference in South Africa and Judy and her husband participated in the Rio +20 conference in 2012. Judy has a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and specializes in immigration evaluations both for Court and Embassy hearings, including spousal petitions, cancellations of removal and criminal matters. She testifies as an expert witness several times weekly. Previou
RFPD Medical Director Glengarry Woodlands Lane Gravesend Kent United Kingdom Tel. 44 147 482 2294 email@example.com
Himansu Basu worked as a Senior Consultant Obstetrician Gynaecologist in Kent , England for over 30 years. He had long association and held executive positions in a number of National Medical organisations including the Royal Society of Medicine(President, Obstetrics and Gynaecology section) , Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (Lecturer, Council Member and Examiner),Royal College of Surgeons ( Examiner) and the General Medical Council (Medical Assessor and Associate).
He did basic research on haemorrhages in pregnancy complications which led him to a PhD from the University of Liverpool. He received a number of awards for his research work from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gyn
Board Member LG 6th Village 603-103, Sungbok-dong 731, Suju-gu, Yongin, Kyungki Korea South Korea Tel. +82-31-261-5501 Hpark47@hanmail.net
1970.2: B.S., Department of Chemistry, Seoul National University, Korea 1975.6: M.S., Department of Chemistry, University of Illinois, Chicago, USA 1980.3: Ph.D., Department of Chemistry, The Ohio State University, USA, (Major Field: Synthetic Organic Chemistry)
1970.5 - 1973.3: Service in Korean Army 1980.3 - 1982.3: Post-doctoral Fellow, Department of Chemistry, Harvard University, USA 1982.6 - 1985.2: Senior Research Scientist, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) 1983.2 - 1983.4: Invited Research Scientist, RIKEN, Japan 1985.3 - 1992.2: Adjunct Professor, Department of Chemistry, KAIST 1985.3 - 1988.12: Head, Doping Control Center, KAIST 1985.3 - 1989.5: Principal Research Scientist, KAIST 1987.1 - 1989.5: Head, The Organic Chemistry Laboratory, KAIST 1989.6 – 1999.5: Principal Research Scien
Board Member Room 1001, 10/F., Fu Fai Commercial Center Sheung Wan Hong Kong Tel. +85269738098 firstname.lastname@example.org
Martin holds a business administration degree from the University of Mannheim and received training with DG Diskontbank in Frankfurt. Outside of his native Germany, he has a lifetime of working experience in Taiwan, India, Italy, Portugal, Eastern Europe and China where he led contract- and price negotiations, setting-up production plants, implementing production control systems, managing supply chain development, team building, strategy development, company restructuring and providing cross border takeover advise.
Among other positions Martin was Managing Director with responsibility for the German and Austrian operations of a New York, USA, based group and CKO for world markets. Parallel to this he consulted mainland Chinese manufacturers regarding their European market- and brand s
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Dr. Rekha Shetty is the Managing Director of Farstar Distribution Network, a unique consultancy company devoted exclusively to innovation and creativity under the brand name Mindspower. She consults with some of the Region’s major corporates on long term Innovation Initiatives that involve everyone from doorman to Chairman. She is an author, an entrepreneur and an original thinker. A Ph.D from Madras University, on the subject of innovation, Dr. Rekha Shetty began her career with a brilliant academic record with two university ranks. Her thoughts come from a deep study of many disciplines: Management, Sociology, Psychology, Economics, History and Spirituality.
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Quentin Wodon is a Lead Economist in the World Bank's Education Global Practice where he leads the cluster on equity, resilience, and early childhood development. Previously, he managed the Bank's unit on faith and development, served as Lead Poverty Specialist for Africa, and as an Economist/Senior Economist in the Latin America region. Before joining the World Bank, he worked as Assistant Brand Manager for Procter & Gamble Benelux, volunteer corps member with the International Movement ATD Fourth World, and was an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Namur. He holds graduate degrees in business engineering, economics, and philosophy, and PhDs in Economics and in Theology and Religious Studies. He serves on a number of advisory boards, as Associate Editor for academic journals, and as adjunct Professor at Georgetown University, and is actively engaged in pro bono work with nonprofits.