Elizabeth M. King
Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC.
Elizabeth M. King is a Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC. She was formerly Vice President for Human Development sectors(2013-2014), and Senior Spokesperson and Professional Head for Global Policy and Strategic Issues related to Education and Human Development(2009-2014) of the World Bank, Washington, DC. In these positions, she was the professional head for global policy and strategic issues related to education development and human development. She led the development of the World Bank Group’s education strategy for ten years. Based on these experiences, she has published several research papers and journal articles on topics such as household investments in human capital; the linkages between education, poverty and economic development. She exerts a huge influence on the education of girls and women and education finance. She has also taught special courses in economics at several universities, including in the Philippines, U.S., Japan, and France. She received her Ph.D. in Economics from Yale University.
Head of Southern New Hampshire University Labs Research Institute
Cat Flynn, Ed.M., is the Director of Learning Science at SNHU Labs. Cat helps develop and test new learning solutions to help the university understand the requirements needed to support the future learner and envision the classroom of the future. She joined SNHU in 2014 as an instructional designer at Global Campus, SNHU’s online division, and held multiple roles spanning the training and development of instructional designers to assuring instructional design quality. In 2017, she was proud to be part of a SNHU team that won a Digital Learning Innovation Award from the Online Learning Consortium in recognition of innovative use of digital courseware in an online course design. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Science from Harvard College, a Master of Education degree in Mind, Brain, and Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and a Graduate Certificate in Project Management from Southern New Hampshire University.
Lee Ju Ho
Former Minister of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology and the global leader of AI education
Lee Ju Ho, former Minister of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology and the global leader of AI education, advocates HTHT (High Touch High Tech) in which knowledge transfer is done by AI and the personality and creativity is done by educators. Lee also works with the UN Special Envoy Gordon Brown as the President of the International Commission of Financing Global Opportunities. SUch institutions work to assist over 700 million low income children in expanding opportunities for education and are pushing forth AI education. Lee is also the President of 3ie (International initiative for impact Evaluation and Chairperson of Education Workforce Initiative (EWI) and is leading the change in education through active activities in the global education community.
Jang Sang Hyun
General Manager of KERIS Headquarters
Park Yoon Soo
Adjunct Professor at Harvard University
Park Yoon Soo is an adjunct professor at Harvard University and director of the Medical Education Research Center at Massachusetts General Hospital. Since 2018, Park has served as Vice President and Director of the American Association of Education and Research Chair of the American Association of Medical Colleges. Additionally, Lee has done research on various fields such as education statistics, metrics and test development, as well as publishing more than 200 research papers. Park has active cooperative research experience in North and South America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Park received his Ph.D. in Measurement Statistics at Columbia University.