Speakers

There are over 200 speakers participating in Going Global 2015, a few of which are highlighted below.

Use the A-Z links to view other speakers, or go to our speaker interviews to read speakers' views on key topics that will be discussed at this year's conference.

Featured speakers

Aurélien Krejbich
Head of the Centre for Europe - International Affairs division, Sciences Po, France

Aurélien Krejbich is Head of the Centre for Europe at the international affairs division of Sciences Po. The Center for Europe is in charge of promoting Sciences Po policy at the European level. It aims to coordinate a large network of European educational and research partnerships including a dozen of dual degree programmes. With ten years of experience in the higher education sector, AK has been closely involved into ScPo development. Session 6.3

Aurélien Krejbich

Professor Fanny Cheung OBE JP
Pro Vice-Chancellor, Chinese University of Hong Kong, SAR

Professor Cheung is Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Choh-Ming Li Professor of Psychology at CUHK. She initiated gender studies and was the founding Chairperson of the Equal Opportunities Commission in Hong Kong. Her research expertise includes cross-cultural psychology and gender issues. She received the 2014 IAAP Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award and the 2012 APA Award for Distinguished Contributions to the International Advancement of Psychology. Session 3.1

Professor Fanny Cheung OBE

Mark Stevenson
Co-founder, Flow Associates, UK

Mark Stevenson is a writer, ideas generator and futurist. He is author of the bestselling book ‘An Optimist’s Tour of the Future’. Mark is co-founder of Flow Associates, a learning agency which develops optimum environments for creative innovation tied to critical thinking.  Mark is futurologist-in-residence at Primary Energy Research and sits on the advisory boards of Virgin Earth Challenge and Every1Mobile. He is founder of The League of Pragmatic Optimists. Opening Plenary

Mark Stevenson

Professor Pamela Gillies CBE
Principal and Vice-Chancellor, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK

Pamela has been Principal and Vice-Chancellor of Glasgow Caledonian University since 2006. A Trustee of the British Council from 2008-2014, she is a Founding Trustee of the Grameen Scotland Foundation, bringing the Grameen Bank to the UK and a member of the Global Advisory Council for the African Leadership University. Session 2.8 Session 4.1 

Professor Pamela Gillies CBE