Associate Professor Kathryn Penaluna
Kath leads the International Institute for Creative Entrepreneurial Development at the UWTSD. Her work has been ranked 1st in Wales and 2nd in the UK for business survival rate. A Welsh Government Enterprise Champion, she helped develop the first accredited teaching training module for entrepreneurship. Kath’s experience extends to senior policy work, including research reviews for the United Nations on female entrepreneurship. A regular keynote speaker, including the European Parliament in Strasbourg, she has authored or co-authored over 60 academic papers and presentations, including practice and policy proposals published by the OECD.
Associate Professor Nicholas Campion
Nicholas is a Principal Lecturer at the University of Wales Trinity St. David and Director of the University’s Harmony Institute which aims to develop academic inquiry into Harmony and its applications. Nicholas encourages and facilitates the development of Harmony courses and works to support the principles of the Well Being of Future Generations Act. He is also editor and contributor to the recently published ‘The Harmony Debates: Exploring a Practical Philosophy for a Sustainable Future’ (with foreword from HRH, The Prince of Wales).
David is a quaker writer, who has published novels under the pen name William Blyghton. He is now a Harmony Professor of Practice at the University of Wales Trinity St David, where he and his colleagues are exploring principles of Harmony in Education, in Food and Farming, in Wellbeing and in Business and the Economy. David’s work is centred upon teachings of love and compassion, wholeness and connectivity. Once an urban land economist, with consultancies in economic forecasting and in sustainability and corporate social responsibility, he has held many professorial titles or fellowships in universities both in the UK and America. David is formerly Chairman of The Prince’s Foundation and a Trustee of the Prince’s School of traditional Arts, and currently Harmony Adviser to The Prince’s Foundation based at Dumfries House in Scotland and Fellow of The Temenos Academy.
Dr Iman El-Kaffass
An independent organizational development consultant based in Montreal, Iman has worked with international development and donor organisations such as the EU, UN, USAID, etc., as well as public and private enterprises and NGOs, mainly in the MENA Region and sub-Saharan Africa, but also in Asia and South America. She has also been the Director of Capacity Development of ICARDA (the International Centre for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas) and was earlier Managing Director and Founder of Step Up International a Cairo-based agency for organizational and personal development.
Paul is a a video game pioneer and entrepreneur who has built and sold two businesses to publicly listed companies. A natural entrepreneur Paul established his first business while at school and until recently relied on the instinct of a practitioner. After studying for an MBA at Warwick and a PGCert at UWTSD, Paul found his vocation teaching his unique brand of Entrepreneurship, Digital Skills and Project Management at the Birmingham Learning Centre in the UK. He uses a quirky blend of experiential and value based learning based on Entrecomp. Along with Felicity he has a passion for the values of Entrecomp and is currently delivering Entrecomp training as part of the Erasmus+ program, EntreCompEdu.