Educate the Planet’s advisory board was established to ensure the consistency and reliability of the foundation’s operations. The board consists of trusted individuals with expertise in international business, art, linguistics, environmental protection, government relations, technology, investments, and more.
Michael is an international humanitarian who gained his experience over many years with ‘hands on approach’. His specialisation is in relieve of poverty, human suffering and distress. Michael gives guidance in supporting and strengthening advancement of education through creditable and responsive programming.
Following twenty five years within the motion picture industry he set up a successful window enchantment company, besides liaising with community based organisations and chairing a number. He is Operations Director of The Most Sacred Order of the Orthodox Hospitallers and is Honorary Consul to the UK for the Republic of Belarus.
Michael is a Centennial Rotary International Governor and has overseen many Foundation global grants and exchanges of both educational and business students from across the world.
David Game is one of the UK’s most original education entrepreneurs and philanthropists.
David Game holds an MA in Mathematics from New College, Oxford and an MPhil in Number Theory from University College London. Prior to establishing David Game College in 1974, David worked for many years as a maths tutor, where he conveyed his enthusiasm for mathematical concepts to his students with great success.
David is Principal of David Game College and Chairman of the David Game Group
Eric Stevens is an international business specialist with expertise in product manufacturing, marketing, and green solutions industries.
A savvy and proactive expert in global product development, Eric Stevens has managed projects for branded consumer product companies, such as Everlast, Honeywell, and Navistar. He was involved in the implementation and management of products global expansion. As a manager at a world’s leading consultancy company, Eric contributed to business growth, marketing and raising brand awareness internationally.
Eric is an advocate of natural protection and green energy strategies. He is co-author of the Theory of Industrial Evolution And founder of the “Back to Life” Project.
John Dalton is a recognised authority on reputation management, in particular, its related disciplines of issue and crisis management.
With a background as a biochemist and Chartered Biologist (with the Royal Society of Biology) John’s rigorous approach has attracted many to his evidence-based and holistic approach to public relations and reputation management. John was previously managing editor of Current Opinion in Gastroenterology .
John expanded and took the London School of Public Relations to over 17 global franchises. He has taught reputation management and related disciplines in over 30 countries
Dr. Thao D.H. Ngo is an expert in cross-border business development, marketing, sales, and technology investments in Cambodia, Myanmar, Laos, and Vietnam.
Dr. Thao has worked in Denmark, Vietnam, Cambodia and other countries, where he acquired expertise in government relations, management, and consulting, with a primary focus on bringing businesses to CMLV countries. He was invited as a trusted advisor and assistant to companies across Europe, North America and Asian countries.
As group executive chairman of the First Indochina Group, Dr Thao provided strategic support to companies that enter Vietnam, Myanmar, Cambodia, and Laos markets.
Marina Dibrova is Rector of the Nevsky Institute of Language and Culture.
Marina Dibrova studied and defended her thesis at Leningrad State University. She started her career teaching Russian to foreign students. Her international teaching practice began with organizing Russian language courses abroad which included lecturing at Ohio University, Holy Cross College and Brown University in the USA. Marina Dibrova is the author of more than 40 national and international publications. Since 2008, she has been Rector of the Nevsky Institute of Language and Culture.
Marina is a member of the American Association for the advancement of Slavic Studies and European Association for International Education. She holds a Diploma of the Ministry of Education.
Sabiha Rumani Malik is the founder and president of The World Bee Project CIC, a British social enterprise.
Sabiha has been involved with global programmes focusing on cost-effective business investment and social enterprise management. She puts her effort into providing opportunities for building and developing businesses that bring positive impact on communities and the environment. Sabiha is the founder and president of the British charity Sanghata Global. She serves on the board of the Center for Social Impact Learning in California.
Sabiha is a founder of the educational program, the Sanghata-Monterey Frontier Market Scouts, a winner of the Ashoka U-Cordes Award for Impact, Innovation and Potential for Replicability. She is also an associate founder at the Lifeboat Foundation.
Aleksandras Aleksejevas is a Lithuanian sculptor whose work is exhibited in his native country as well as in Russia, Belgium, Germany, Greece, Estonia, UK, and Canada.
After graduating from Kaunas A. Martinaitis Art School, Aleksandras Aleksejevas has worked as a sculptor. Examples of his work can be found in art galleries including the Florian Museum in Romania, the Akhmatova Municipal Museum in St. Petersburg, as well as the Tretyakov Gallery and Tsvetaeva Museum in Moscow.
Aleksandras is a member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors and a fellow of the International Art Foundation in Moscow.