特別シンポジウム: Wednesday, May 28, 2014
Social Innovation for Inclusive Society:
Chairman, UN foundation for Global Compact, Former Chairman of Royal Dutch Shell
Mark Moody-Stuart, a member of Accenture’s board of directors since October 2001, was chairman of Anglo American PLC, a global mining and natural resources company, from 2002-2009.
From 1998-2001 Sir Moody-Stuart was chairman of the Royal Dutch/Shell Group of companies. He is Chairman of Hermes Equity Ownership Services since 2009 and a director of Saudi Aramco since 2007. He was also previously a Director of HSBC Holdings plc (2001-2010), President of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (1997-2008), and chairman of the Global Business Coalition for HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria (2002-2011). He was co-Chair of the G8 Task Force on Renewable Energy in 2000 and 2001.
Sir Moody-Stuart earned a PhD in geology from Cambridge University. He became a Knight Commander of the Order of St. Michael and St George in June 2000.
Former Senator and Chair of the Senate Health Committee in Nigeria, Distinguished Fellow at the African Presidential Center, Boston University
In 2003 Iyabo was appointed the Commissioner for Health for her home state. In that position she managed all the public health activities of the state comprising of preventive programs, service delivery, and outreach activities.
In 2007, Iyabo contested and won a seat to the Nigerian Senate and was the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Health for four years. Her term ended June 2011. In 2013, She was named an Advanced Leadership Senior Fellow, Harvard University. She is the daughter of former President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, His Excellency Olusegun Obasanjo.
Iyabo obtained a Masters in Preventive Veterinary Medicine (MPVM) from University of California at Davis and her PhD in Epidemiology from Cornell University.
Ashoka Fellow, Founder of IBEKA
Tri Mumpuni brings electricity and a better quality of life to remote river-side villages: her organization, IBEKA, works together with poor communities to set up carbon-free micro-hydropower systems that provide electricity to rural households.
The U.N. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific selected IBEKA Foundation’s microhydro methods as a model for public-private partnerships. In 2010, at the Presidential Summit on Entrepreneurship in Washington, Mumpuni was introduced to President Obama, who saluted her in his speech. Later, she became a member of the governing board for the Global Entrepreneurship Program Indonesia, led by U.S. State Department.
Mumpuni studied the economics of agriculture at Bogor University. In 2011, she received the Ramon Magsaysay Award, known as “Asia’s Nobel Prize”.