Teaching international relations for many years at the Australian National University and the University of Sidney (among others), Dr. Ken Fraser is an analyst, writer, and prolific lecturer on international relations theory and world order, human rights, economic and military history. He has also been a contributing analyst with the Wikistrat consulting group.
An Assistant Professor in the Department of Integrated Studies in Education at McGill University. His research interests include leadership, teaching, and policy for social justice in education. Dr. Levitan is an educational philosopher and anthropologist who engages in action research to improve the quality and responsiveness of schools and educational organizations.
Dr. Karen Gazith received her Ph.D. from McGill University in the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology and is currently a faculty lecturer in the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology where she has taught since 1993. She also serves as the Dean of Academics at a K-11 school in Montreal, Quebec. She has also served as the coordinator of special education in an elementary and high school and as the director of education for a consortium of schools in Montreal. In addition, Dr. Gazith has taught at Hebrew College in Boston and at the University of New Brunswick.
Fr. Joachim Ostermann
Dr. Joachim Ostermann earned his Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the University of Munich and then became a postdoctoral fellow at the Sloan Kettering Institute in New York City. After several years as an Assistant Professor of Biochemistry at Vanderbilt University, he continued his career in research-management positions in highly innovative biotechnology companies specializing in proteomics techniques and immunotherapies.
Hüstin Laku, Sr.
Justin was a member staff of the United Nations mission in Iraq and Sudan and a former advisor to the Canadian Secretary of State for Africa and Latin America and Asia Pacific as well as a former staff of the Canadian International Development Agency. He is a founding member of African Diaspora Association of Canada. Justin has lectured on Sudanese, South Sudanese, and African issues in the United States, Canadian universities, Rome, Berlin, Innsbruck, Geneva, London, Slovenia and Amsterdam.