Ben is an IB2 student, he has a passion for music, fashion, and the arts. He is the son of a military officer and has traveled around the world.
Senior Advisor for Peacekeeping Operations at U.S. Department of State
Cassandra Stuart Clark has served as a diplomat with the U.S. Department of State for over 16 years. She has worked on global peacekeeping policy and regional security affairs in Central
Africa, where she advanced security sector reform, disarmament, demobilization, reintegration, peacebuilding, and stabilization programs and policies. Before that, Cassandra supported regional criminal justice and law enforcement training programs at regional
training centers in Ghana and Botswana. From 2008-13, Cassandra advanced multilateral drug and crime policy issues through her work with the UN Office on Drugs and Crime, the EU, and the Organization of American States. Cassandra holds an M.A. in International Relations from Syracuse University, New York, and a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Notre Dame, with advanced certificates in conflict resolution and mediation. In her free time, Cassandra cooks, travels, runs marathons, and tries to keep up with her three young children.
Dr. June Jetabut
A lifelong helper, Dr J has dedicated a career towards nurturing the well-being of adolescents and encouraging them to pursue their ikigai (sense of purpose). Her doctorate focused on the impact of mindfulness practice in schools, and it was during the quietest moments of the global pandemic when she tapped into an awareness of the beauty and simplicity of the human condition. Her humble hope is to encourage all young people to find value in their voice and discover their capacity to embrace life’s uncertainty with grace.
Eirik has been working with technology and digitalization for more than 20 years through several leading roles in different digital agencies (LinkedIn).
His work today is about studying and understanding how technology affects us as humans, our organization and the society we are all part of. His goal is to inspire and educate his audience and make them more curious and less skeptical of technology.
Today he runs his own business with the goal of helping people and businesses to be ready for the future. He does Keynote talks and moderates conferences both live and digital. Eirik has been a co-writer on a book on Artificial Intelligence and the Law, he runs two podcasts. He often appears on national TV and radio as a «digital expert» and frequently in various podcasts to discuss innovation, leadership, technology, and the future. In 2019 Eirik did his first TEDx talk called «Hyperadoption may save the world«. (taken from eiriknorman.no)
International Organization for Migration
Homa works for the IOM, is a human rights activist, and is a life-long learner. Her main passion is promoting gender equality and paving a path for the younger generation of women to surpass the older.
Founder and CEO of the Brothers Organization
Kim Evensen is the CEO and founder of Brothers.
After he started Brothers, he has emerged as a subject matter expert on male friendships. He now consults internationally, providing research and lectures about the importance of male friendships and the positive effects arising from strong male relationships.
Kim is known for his incredible way of connecting with people - whether speaking to hundreds of individuals at once, or a one-on-one conversation. His mantra as a leader and a speaker is that he'd rather be "a bit less professional and a bit more personal" in his meetings with people. He leads Brothers and the team with passion, confidence and vulnerability, and his knowledge and drive to empower boys' and men's friendships is nothing less than inspiring.
He has written two books on the topic of male friendship: The Real Bro Code (2020) and Brothers (2019). (Taken from wearebrothers.org)