As a technologist and educationist, I bring a unique perspective to the field of peace education. I'm passionate about using technology to create scalable solutions that help young people develop the skills they need to build more peaceful communities. My experience in both education and technology has given me a broad range of skills, from curriculum development to project management and beyond. I'm particularly interested in understanding and streamlining the processes involved in starting up a company, and I thrive on the challenges and opportunities presented by the startup ecosystem.My colleagues would describe me as indefatigable, out-of-the-box, reliable, and balanced. I maintain a positive attitude even in the face of adversity, and I enjoy working collaboratively with others to find innovative solutions to complex problems.Currently, I'm most excited about building the Dialogue Academy, a peace education platform that aims to reach 100,000 young future leaders across eight countries and three continents. The Dialogue Academy is modelled after Khan Academy and uses interactive technology to teach young people about conflict resolution, empathy, and other key skills.I'm a passionate traveler, have backpacked through 40 countries and have bungy jumped off of the Kawaru bridge in New Zealand (which felt a little bit like starting a company). When I'm not working on peace education, you can usually find me outrunning my two-year-old daughter as she chases me around the yard in our daily ritual.
Qasim Aslam is a technologist and educationist with 17.4 years of experience. He is passionate about using technology to create scalable solutions that help young people develop their skills in building more peaceful communities. Qasim has a diverse skill set, including management, business strategy, project management, and team leadership. He is currently the CEO of Dialogue Academy, a peace education platform that aims to reach 100,000 young future leaders across eight countries and three continents. Qasim is also a passionate traveler and has a passion for travel.
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Seeds of Peace equips exceptional youth and educators with the skills and relationships to work in solidarity across lines of difference to create more just and inclusive societies. Our network now encompasses over 7,300 alumni throughout the Middle East, South Asia, Europe, and the United States who are uniquely positioned to lead change.
The International Literacy Association (ILA) is a professional membership organization of literacy educators, researchers and experts spanning 112 countries. For more than 65 years, ILA has set the standard for how literacy is defined, taught and evaluated, connecting research and practice to improve the quality of literacy learning across the globe. Through its Standards for the Preparation of Literacy Professionals, ILA provides an evidence-based benchmark for the development and evaluation of literacy professional preparation programs. ILA collaborates with partners across the world to develop, gather and disseminate high-quality resources, which include three peer-reviewed and edited journals—The Reading Teacher, Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy and Reading Research Quarterly. Learn more at literacyworldwide.org.
Asia Society is the leading educational organization dedicated to promoting mutual understanding and strengthening partnerships among peoples, leaders, and institutions of Asia and the United States in a global context. Across the fields of arts, business, culture, education, and policy, the Society provides insight, generates ideas, and promotes collaboration to address present challenges and create a shared future. Founded in 1956 by John D. Rockefeller 3rd, Asia Society is a nonpartisan, nonprofit institution with major cultural centers in New York, Hong Kong, and Houston, and offices in Los Angeles, Manila, Mumbai, San Francisco, Seoul, Shanghai, Sydney, Washington, DC, and Zurich.
We believe that educated, employed, and engaged young people possess the power to solve the world’s toughest problems. For more than 25 years, we’ve led and sustained coordinated action to harness the talent and potential of the world’s youth, now numbering 1.2 billion. At the heart of our efforts is building partnerships, initiatives, and curricula that prepare young men and women to succeed as citizens, employees, entrepreneurs, and change-makers.
Global Changemakers is an international youth organisation and a pioneer in supporting youth-led sustainable development. Driven by the mission of empowering youth to catalyze positive social change, our work centers around enhancing the capacity of young people to develop and implement their own solutions to global challenges. We provide skills development, mentorship, exposure, networking and grant funding to high potential young leaders passionate about making a difference - and the results have been astounding. #WeAreGCM
Arbisoft is a custom software development company, and a chosen engineering partner for market leaders all over the world in a variety of verticals. With over a decade and a half of experience under our belt, we have forged lasting relationships with our clients to bring value to their users and enable digital transformation for businesses both locally and globally. Our workforce of over 1000 professionals worldwide is dedicated to meeting our clients' evolving requirements, offering cutting-edge services and crafting state-of-the-art digital products. As we expand, we remain committed to assisting our partners in embracing the ever-growing digital landscape and adapting to a future driven by technology.
Difficult problems Some business problems just don’t seem to go away. Temporary fixes can be implemented, but the problems inevitably return. This type of recurring problem can sap the whole organisation. There is no easy fix. The essential ingredient is business wisdom: people who know that simple logic, no matter how clever, is rarely sufficient. That's why all our consultants are heavily experienced: there is no substitute. Although more than half of our business is driven by regulation, we have experience and skills in all aspects of financial services and can tackle the most difficult problems Regulation Telos can mobilise some of the most experienced - and high profile - compliance experts in the financial services industry All regulated firms need to consider the difference between being half a step behind - and half a step in front. Being half a step behind requires the full effort and cost to be compliant - but risks falling foul of the regulators. Being half a step ahead doesn't cost much more in the short term but saves a huge amount in the medium term, and creates elbow room to integrate compliance into the business efficiently. It's possible to get half a step ahead by taking the regulators speeches, comments and informal briefings into account, by understanding how the regulator is likely to think - and by talking to us. That's where we operate, and that's where our successful clients are now.
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