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USLS 2018のスピーカー

USLSは世界的に有名なライフ・コーチやモチベーショナル・スピーカーをお招きしています。彼らは、全ての若い学生達は自分達が思い描く人生を手に入れるための英知と力を持っていると信じており、その人道的活動もまた、国際的に賞賛され、認知されています。困難や絶望に直面しながらも前へ進もうとする彼らの感動的な物語は、人間の魂の強さというものを感じさせます。これらの人道主義者達は、システムから見捨てられ、権利を奪われ、私達の助けや思いやりを受けるに値する人々が存在するという事実を認めています。彼らの活動と忍耐力はたくさんの人々を鼓舞し続けています。 臆すことなく率直に話し、素晴らしいレクチャーを提供するモチベーショナル・スピーカー達の略歴を以下に記載します。


Geraldine Cox
President and Founder
Sunrise, Cambodia


Geraldine Cox, started her career with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs in 1970. Her first posting was to Phnom Penh, where she experienced life in a country at war when the Vietnam War spilled over into Cambodia. After resigning from the government in 1987 she worked for 8 years with the Chase Manhattan Bank in Sydney before deciding to live in Cambodia in 1996.

Geraldine’s original experiences in Cambodia never left her and on a return visit in 1993 she became involved in helping an orphaned Cambodian child. From that small beginning Geraldine co- founded what is now the Sunrise Children’s Villages.

Pan MacMillan published Geraldine’s autobiography, Home is Where the Heart Is in 2000 and Hollywood bought the rights to make a feature film based on her book. The documentary, My Khmer Heart, won the Hollywood Fil Festival Documentary of the Year Award in 2000 and has since been bought and screened by HBO and Discovery Cable Channels.

Geraldine will share her extraordinary life and it will truly inspire you. Her story will make you laugh, cry and most of all, think.
David Begbie
Founder
Crossroads Foundation, Hong Kong


David Begbie, the founder of crossroads, a NGO that aims to connect those in need with people who can help, identifies himself as being an ordinary man who stumbled upon a need in the world and found his calling. After founding Crossroads, David has become a world leader for humanitarian issues and has dedicated his life to finding the need in the world and helping to meet it. Through the simulations, his organization has created, he has changed people’s lives in a matter of minutes. David has witnessed millionaires cry, people standing up to take charge and become inspired to make a difference. David is a down to earth, driven and a committed individual.

Over the past 12 years David has become the spokesperson fir Crossroads. He has been a guest at TED, where ideas worth spreading are shared. Through the press, business corporations and the United Nations events he has spoken about his work. He represented his work in South East Asia, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, African and the United States.

In 2007, David received the Hong Kong Humanity Award to honour his outstanding humanitarian contribution. Each year, many attendees of the World Economic Forum, such as UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, British tycoon, Sir Richard Branson participated in his simulation exercise. David continues his passion on charging people’s lives and rising world-wide awareness for global issues. David will speak on what young people could do to help those in need.
Tim Peters
Helping Hands, Korea


Tim Peters, an American is known to many as the world’s most visible advocate for human rights in North Korea. Peters has devoted himself to helping North Koreans in crisis escape the oppression from their government and its regulations. In 1996, Tim Peters founded Helping Hands Korea and officially committed himself to actively helping North Koreans by partnering with like-minded individuals. In the face of public criticism, the never ending challenges and the risk Peters faces each day he has never wavered his dedication, faith and support for the refugees he helps.

As an American, Tim Peters has given three testimonials to the United Sates Congress and has pressured the government to take action and step in. Finally in 2005, the American government accepted its first North Korea refugee. In 2007, Peters was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize and was shortlisted as a finalist. In 2008, Peters was awarded the Stephen’s Prize from the Norwegian NGO “Norwegian Mission to the East.” Peters has been recognized by many international publications including TIME magazine which did a cover story on him.

Peters appears as a soft-spoken individual but the power and commitment he possess makes him an influential leader. Each day, Peters faces the risk of getting caught, possibly killed but his commitment of bettering the North Koreans lives outweigh the possible consequences. Today, Peters still continues to help North Korean’s refugees. He will share on his works of helping the North Korea refugees at the USLS.
Professor Peter Mathieson
President and Vice-Chancellor
University of Hong Kong


Professor Mathieson was born and educated in the United Kingdom. He attended a state grammar school in Penzance, Cornwall, becoming Head Boy in 1977. He was awarded an unconditional offer of a place to read Medicine at the London Hospital Medical College in 1978 and graduated from the University of London with First Class Honours in 1983. After junior medical posts in London, he obtained a research training fellowship from the Medical Research Council (MRC) to study at the University of Cambridge. He was awarded a PhD by the University of Cambridge in 1992.

Professor Mathieson then became Director of Studies for Clinical Medicine at Christ’s College, Cambridge. After a further MRC fellowship he moved to Bristol in 1995 as the foundation Professor of Renal Medicine at the University of Bristol and Honorary Consultant Nephrologist, North Bristol NHS Trust.

He was elected Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences in 1999. Between 2003 and 2007 he chaired the Research Grants Committee of Kidney Research UK. He was a member of the Renal Association Clinical Trials committee from 1996 to 2007 and the Chairman between 2000 and 2003. In 2007 he was elected as President of the Renal Association (the youngest in its history) in a competitive election by its membership and also became Head of the University Department of Clinical Science at North Bristol. In the same year he was appointed Director of Research & Development for the North Bristol NHS Trust. He served the full three-year term as President of the Renal Association and remained a Trustee for a further two years as Immediate Past-President.

In 2008 Professor Mathieson was appointed Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry at the University of Bristol. Following the formation of Bristol Health Partners, he was appointed the founding Director in May 2012, a role which he undertook alongside the role of Dean.

In February 2018 Professor Mathieson will take up office as Principal of the University of Edinburgh.
Professor Ian Jacobs
President and Vice-Chancellor
University of New South Wales, Australia


Professor Ian Jacobs has been President and Vice-Chancellor of UNSW Australia since February 2015. Prior to this he was based in the UK as Dean of Medicine at University College London from 2009-2011 and Vice President of the University of Manchester from 2011-2015.

He studied medicine at Cambridge University and the University of London before specialising in surgical treatment of women’s cancers at St Bartholomew’s Hospital and University College Hospital in London. In the last 30 years he led a research team working on the early detection and risk prediction of cancer focusing particularly on screening for ovarian cancer which had led to grant awards of more than £50m, over 400 publications and an H-Index of more than 70.

In 2005 Professor Jacobs established the Uganda Women’s Health Initiative which conducts a series of projects in Uganda, including a screening programme for cervical cancer. He has been President of the British Gynaecological Cancer Society and the European Society of Gynaecological Oncology. He is Emeritus Trustee of the Eve Appeal Charity which he founded in 1985 and a non-Executive Director of Abcodia Ltd, a medical diagnostics company he founded as a spin out from his research in 2010.

Since joining UNSW in February 2015 Professor Jacobs has taken on a number of additional roles in Australia including: Honorary Senior Principal Research Fellow of the Garvan Institute; Board member of Research Australia; Chair of the Australian Conservation Foundation¹s Leadership Forum for Energy Transition; board member of the Business / Higher Education Round Table Board (BHERT); Lead Vice-Chancellor for Universities Australia on Equity and Diversity; Chair of the Sydney Partnership for Health Education, Research and Enterprise (SPHERE); and Deputy Chair of Group of 8 Universities.
フランシス・コン
インスピレーショナルスピーカー、作家
フィリピン共和国


フランシス・J・コンは、フィリピンで非常に高く評価されている演説家で、2014年のThe Outstanding Filipino Awardsを受賞した一人である。実業家でもあり、コラムニスト、ブロードキャスター、作家、インスピレーショナルスピーカーとしても活躍している。

起業家としての活動は、製造業や小売業の分野に精通し、有名な衣料ブランドを立ち上げ、17年間にわたり成功を収めている。 イタリアンファッションの小売業にも進出し、何年もマーケティングとオペレーションを担当した。 また、Funworks Inc.と Success Options Inc.という会社を設立、設立当初は出版会社だったが、現在ではビジネス、仕事、人生における教育開発のコンサルティングサービスなどを提供している。Inspireというリーダーシップのコンサルティング会社の共同創立者でもある。

フランシスは、ビジネスコンサルタントとして同国のいくつかの一流企業のアドバイザーも務め、パーソナルコーチとして同国で何人ものビジネスリーダーを輩出し、また、ブロードキャスターとして、DZFE-FM 98.7でBusiness Mattersというラジオ番組も運営している。

演説家およびトレーナーとしての活動は幅広く、 フィリピンおよび海外で年間平均300回ものセミナーで講演をしている。作家としては18点の書籍を執筆している。

さらに、John Maxwell博士のセミナーシリーズのプレゼンテーションでAnvil Award for Excellence、国際団体IABC(International Association Business Communicators)より与えられる最優秀パブリックスピーチ部門のGold Quill Awardを受賞している。

また、オックスフォード大学の「謝罪と哲学」課程、およびハーバード大学の継続教育プログラムの「Managing Yourself and Leading Others」セミナーを修了している。
シメジート・シン
国際的なモチベーションスピーカー&パフォーマンスコーチ
インド


シメジート・シンは非常に人気の高い国際的なモチベーショナルスピーカーで、何かと騒がしい世の中において、内なる自己に調和し尊重することを、若者や学生達に説いている。彼は、10年以上に渡り世界200以上の団体とパートナーシップを組み、彼らが次のレベルで成功するためのサポートをしている。

彼は、若者が、自分にとっての成功とは何かを定義し、内なる自己を尊重できるように導くことを使命としている。 彼の講演や対話型のセッションは、10年以上に渡り世界中の企業、教育機関、非営利団体と連携する中で培われたものであり、人生における目的に新たな発想を与えてくれる。

シメジートの経歴は、彼のアプローチと同じように独特である。彼はそれが、若者たちに最も話すことになる自由奔放な知恵であると信じている。 彼は自分の夢を追求するために、ホスピタリティー業界で成功したキャリアを捨てることを選んだ。自分の経験から学んだことを分かち合う中で、学生や若者に夢を追求するために自らの力を活用するよう促している。

すべての人々にとって、あらゆる場所において、私達の内面にはまだ自分でも気づいていない部分があるということが、彼の信念の核になっている。 シメジートは、聴衆がまず自分の強みが何であるかを特定し、モチベーションを高め、成功するためにこれらの強みを活用していけるよう助力することを目的としている。