The Healing Chronicles Of Henry Jones offers you a unique and exclusive range of healing and wellness courses. These 'Challenges' can be done online and offline. We specialize in natural and holistic self-healing modalities. You can do the Challenges on your own at home, in a group, or with private coaching. We provide you with all the essential information you need, plus the tools, training and support. We strive to live in harmony with Mother Nature, abide by the natural laws, and be our true-selves because we know this is the pathway to love and peace on earth for all mankind and every living creature. Our mission is to inspire, educate, and enable people to heal themselves and enjoy radiant health and vitality every day of their lives through our exclusive range of books, programs, courses, classes, and seminars. We strive to live in harmony with Mother Nature, abide by the natural laws, and be our true-selves because we know this is the pathway to love and peace on earth for all mankind and every living creature. Our goal is to make affordable and accessible educational content that truly helps people to be healthy and happy. The Henry Jones Chronicles courses are a product of Peter's book. The Healing Chronicles of Henry Jones is a one-of-a-kind self-help novel that reveals the secrets of self-healing. The author Peter Stephen Shrimpton was diagnosed with cancer at the age of thirty-three. Life as he knew it came to a grinding halt. He suddenly realized nothing is more important than health. Money, possessions, career, people - even love - are not more essential than wellness. Peter's priorities shifted to getting well, and staying well. He needed to understand why he got sick in the first place, and then what he could do to restore his body to perfect health. What he discovered will astound you...
I'm the family person, hard-working woman, a mom of a handsome boy, adventures and a God fearing woman. I worked at the Department of Health as an Administration Clerk for 5 years. We've opened an N.P.O Youth Initiative. We are developing youth in programs such as soccer, reading and our culture. We conduct awareness campaigns about the dangers of drugs and alcohol. We facilitate the formation of support groups. And I have passion in farming. We started poultry farming and rabbits and we are selling the eggs in our community. I've done short course in Financial Management at University of Forte at PFMA.
The college which would become the University of Chester was founded in 1839 by such pioneers as the 19th-century prime ministers William Gladstone and the Earl of Derby, and a future Archbishop of Canterbury. The institution's original buildings were the first in the country to be purpose-built for the professional training of teachers. The first cohort of 10 male student teachers had been taught in temporary premises in Nicholas Street from February 1840, until increasing student numbers led to a move to further temporary accommodation in Bridge Street later that year. The need for a permanent site led the Dean and Chapter of Chester Cathedral to donate land adjacent to Parkgate Road, and the new facilities were opened in 1842 for the 50 student teachers and their school pupils. The Parkgate Road Campus has subsequently been developed to accommodate the needs of students, and the University still provides higher education in this location and at other sites in the city and beyond. Education qualifications remain significant and are now a fraction of the 420 course combinations on offer. In the 20th Century, the institution steadily expanded its student numbers and the variety and nature of its courses, which range from Animation to Zoo Management. The University of Chester now has over 1,700 staff and some 20,000 students, drawn from the United Kingdom, Europe and further afield, particularly from the United States, India, China, Nigeria, Turkey, Uganda, Pakistan, Ghana, Bangladesh, Qatar, Indonesia, Vietnam, Japan, Sri Lanka and Malaysia. MPhil and PhD qualifications are an established and growing area of activity, with the University gaining the powers to award its own research degrees in 2007. The emphasis is very much on research that has practical benefits both economically and culturally, and the University provides consultancy support across a variety of areas of expertise. Recent projects have included helping to develop England’s first ‘carbon-neutral’ village, discovering a vitamin compound which reduces the risk of heart disease and dementia, translating the Bible into British Sign Language, and research into understanding the psychological impact of cancer to improve wellbeing and quality of life for patients and their families. Development of well-respected courses in Health and Social Care, Humanities, Business and Management, Arts and Media, Social Sciences, Science and Engineering, Medicine, Dentistry and Clinical Sciences, and Education and Children’s Services has further extended the University’s work and connections with industry, commerce and the professions. Many millions of pounds are continually invested in the accommodation and resources to enhance the student experience, and there is a strong focus on making students feel supported and at home.
ELEInternacional es una escuela online de formación para profesores de Español como Lengua Extranjera (ELE). El proyecto surgió con la intención de ofrecer a los profesores de español un espacio en el que pudieran adquirir una formación detallada sobre las necesidades de los alumnos y herramientas útiles para afrontar la realidad del aula. El enfoque de todos los cursos está orientado a la formación práctica con la que a los fundadores, quienes también son profesores de ELE, les habría gustado contar cuando empezaron, por lo que su filosofía se basa en una formación de profes para profes. En ELEInternacional ofrecen cursos certificados de formación online para profesores de ELE que necesitan ampliar o renovar sus conocimientos para dar clases de español. Los cursos universitarios, de 150 horas, están certificados por la Universidad Europea Miguel de Cervantes (UEMC) y son: - Curso de enseñanza de ELE general. - Curso de enseñanza de ELE a niños y adolescentes. - Curso de enseñanza de español en línea. También se encuentran disponibles cursos propios de formación de 50 horas y cursos universitarios de actualización docente de 15 horas de duración. La plataforma está diseñada para que los estudiantes puedan acceder de forma directa a cada uno de los cursos en los que se encuentren registrados y realizar las actividades de cada módulo a su propio ritmo, que luego serán revisadas por el tutor asignado. Con el objetivo de que cada participante pueda adquirir todas las herramientas que necesite para desenvolverse como profesor de ELE, también está a disposición de los estudiantes el respaldo de todo el equipo docente durante todo el proceso de aprendizaje. Al finalizar el curso de forma exitosa, el estudiante puede solicitar un certificado emitido por la Universidad Europea Miguel de Cervantes. Actualmente, ELEInternacional ya ha formado a más de 11.500 profesores y tienen alumnos que se forman online desde todas partes del mundo, lo que los convierte en una de las escuelas online de referencia en el mundo ELE.
Genially es una herramienta online, disponible desde 2015, que ofrece una amplia versatilidad para crear todo tipo de contenidos interactivos. La misión del equipo de trabajo es hacer posible que todo el mundo pueda crear contenidos visuales e interactivos de forma rápida y sencilla. Esta es la razón por la que trabajan por convertir al contenido interactivo en un formato de uso diario, tanto como dar los buenos días o mirar antes de cruzar. El acceso a esta plataforma puede ser de individual o por equipo de trabajo, en el cual se pueden realizar presentaciones, infografías, gamificaciones, imágenes interactivas y prácticamente cualquier tipo de material interactivo. Con más de 3000 plantillas realizadas por diseñadores profesionales y muchas otras reutilizables, que han sido creadas y compartidas por usuarios, el editor de Genially es un espacio de trabajo en el que te sientes como pez en el agua. No tienes que descargar nada, es online y muy fácil de usar. Las herramientas avanzadas y los recursos te ayudan a crear contenidos interactivos en poco tiempo. Además, es posible integrar tu trabajo en Genially con otras plataformas digitales, tales como Google Drive, para que utilices todos los recursos que necesites en tu presentación. Para acceder a esta plataforma solo es necesario registrarse en alguno de los planes disponibles, entre los que se encuentra una opción freemium, que permite que cualquier persona pueda utilizar la versión gratuita de la herramienta por tiempo ilimitado, o bien adquirir uno de los planes premium para usar todas las características avanzadas. Los creadores de Genially afirman que el implemento de la tecnología en la creación de contenido mejora la receptividad de la audiencia durante una presentación. Esto se debe a que es posible conseguir que las personas presten más atención gracias un alto componente visual, más participación debido a la interactividad que permite la plataforma, así como conseguir presentaciones memorables que sorprenden y son fáciles de recordar. Además del software de edición, Genially también cuenta con una Academia online para que todos los usuarios aprendan a sacar el mayor provecho de esta herramienta, lo que permite que pueda ser usada por empresas, estudiantes, profesores, e incluso, diseñadores. Genially is an online tool, available since 2015, that offers wide versatility to create all kinds of interactive content. The mission of their team is to make it possible for everyone to create visual and interactive content quickly and easily. This is why they work to make interactive content a format for everyday use, much like saying good morning or looking before crossing. The workspace can be used by individuals or teamworks, in which presentations, infographics, gamification, interactive images and practically any type of interactive material can be made. With over 3000 templates made by professional designers, and many other reusable ones, that have been created and shared by users, the Genially editor is a workspace where you feel at home. You don’t have to download anything; it’s online and easy to use. Advanced tools and resources help you create interactive content quickly. In addition, it is possible to integrate your work in Genially with other digital platforms, such as Google Drive, so that you can use all the resources you need in your presentation. To access this platform, it is only necessary to register into one of the available plans, among which there is a freemium option, which allows anyone to use a free version of the tool for a unlimited time, or purchase one of the premium plans to access the advanced features. The creators of Genially claim that the implementation of technology in content creation improves the receptivity of the audience during a presentation. This is because it allows to get people to pay more attention thanks to a highly visual component, more participation due to the interactivity that the platform allows, as well as to achieve memorable presentations that surprise and are easy to remember. In addition to the editing software, Genially also has an online Academy for all users to learn how to get the most out of this tool, which allows it to be used by companies, students, teachers, and even designers. Design creative presentations with Genially, the free online tool with thousands of templates to fit any theme. The result? The most effective presentations with interactivity and animation that attract better than a magnet.
Born in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo and I am currently living in South Africa at Cape Town for seven years. I am single from now and busy shaping my programming skills and IT knowledge at Cape Peninsula university of technology (CPUT). I am a software developer, I am always keen to discover and learn about new technology and invention in IT world, I have a good understanding of programming languages, internet cloud services and Desktop support CompTIA A+. I am a self-motivated person, reliable, determined, very skilful in communication, fast learner with an open mind to expose myself into new world and concept. Live is a journey about challenges and discovering that’s why I am always ready to face new challenge in technology and software world. I really like to play guitar and read books about science and others because knowledge for me is one of the keys to open doors, make a difference and discovering new area in live.
I have a love for the outdoors, the sea, and try to spend time as much time as possible partaking in activities in these environments. It is all about balance. From a corporate perspective I have extensive experience in management from the various industries I have been involved in namely:- Military - submarine branch Manufacturing Technical training Advertising ICT Lottery & Gaming Industry Automotive industry Drone Industry (UAV) Steel Fabrication Industry I have now reached a stage in my career where it is becoming more important to coach and mentor individuals, a key outcome of my time in Zambia. I am a very practical and technical person and pay particular attention to detail. I believe relationships are currency and have to be built on a foundation of honesty and trust. I am a very healthy and motivated individual. My major corporate achievements have been the implementation and setup of the 1st and current South African National Lotteries and my most recent achievement has been the setup of a Scratch Card Lottery in Zambia. One is never too old to experience and learn new things, I have now entered the digital arena, this is certainly exiting and the way forward.
I am a young vibrant lady full of energy and emotions. Born and raised in Kinshasa, DR Congo in a family of 5 children. I am the 3rd. I have studied nursing, I worked for few years as a nurse then I have changed professions and followed the path of customer service. My love for meeting new people and helping people resolve their issues has brought me there. I love challenges and I am not afraid to face one. I always say to myself "Your body is ready, I just need to set up your mind". I am married to an Amazing man, Mirand since 2018 and together we have an adorable energetic 2 years old Girl Ryleigh. I love cooking, entertainment and traveling. I spend a lot of time on TV and social media. I have a YouTube channel about food and live style : Lady Mag. I am a big fan of movies and stand up comedies. I am more of a family person, I love my family members and keep each one of them dearly in my heart. I am a spiritual person, I believe in Jesus Christ. I love kids, I have been service in the Kids Ministry in church since 2007. I enjoy being around Kids and teaching them about life and spirituality. I am an open person, always ready to hear more and learn more. Oh and... I talk a lot! I enjoy talking.
My name is Noxolo Femele and I'm 42 years of age and I have 2 kids girls age 17 and 13 years of age. I worked for 43 Air School as a receptionist for 5 year and whileI was there I used to help out at the Admin area and at Marketing department, and that had lead me on having the interes on becoming 1 of the Managers but unfortunately we got retrenched. And I went and work at Lendcor group as a Sales consultant for 1 year 6 months same we got retrenched. That's where I decided to start my small business just to put food on the table until now but things are not going well due to covid19.
I am a God fearing individual ,and I’m also a father to two beautiful kids, a boy and a girl. I worked for Tekkie Town as a Sales Assistant and I was chosen as the best Sales person for the entire Mpumalanga province. I also worked for the Department of agriculture as a Data capture. I have a passion for sports, football is one of my favourites and one day I wish I can own a soccer team. While I was in high school, I always wanted to be a lawyer but due to financial constraints I could not become one. My interest in the justice system came when I realised that the late former president Mr Nelson Mandela was also a lawyer representing his people. I wish one day I could give back to my community and its people because my community gave us the likes of the late Steve Bantu Biko, one of the BCM Members who fought for the people of South Africa. My community is one of the underdeveloped communities of this country, but I know that one day all of this will change because I know that with education anything is possible. When a child is educated communities will change for the better and if one community changes, then our country will change for the better as well and poverty will be no more. Education topped with one’s perseverance is the key to a bright future for all. With this pandemic people have lost their jobs and in some households you find that no one is working and people resort to drugs and alcohol, some get depressed to a point of taking their own lives. If we can start developing jobs for people, our continent would become a better place for us all. Being part of an initiative that supports the empowerment of those less privileged is one of my greatest wishes. I will be glad if all my wishes do come through because nothing is as important as education and hard work, and an educated country means a better world for us all.
I am Elnet Girly Ndlovu. I am 29 years old. I was born and raised in Mpumalanga, South Africa. I graduated from high school in the year 2012 and am currently studying for a higher certificate in economics and management sciences through the university of south Africa. I have also obtained a certificate in business administration and Computer literacy of which I seek to study further to do entrepreneurship. I began my career as a customer service representative in 2014 . Naturally,I have a growth mindset that enables me to grow and to help me by learning from mistakes to improve myself continually.I am kind, loving, caring and a person who is full of empathy often. I am a go-getter, positive, bubbly person who loves a positive fun filled environment.I am self motivated and also enjoy motivating my team members. I work well in a team or individually. I am passionate about education, uplifting others, entrepreneurship and making a better society for the future generation to come while walking the journey of self-discovery I have more than four years experience in customer service and administration combined with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry. Skilled in Administrative Assistance, Meeting Scheduling, Executive Support. I have excellent interpersonal skills,I am also a fast learner and adapt quickly to a new environment My hobbies are reading books, listening to music, walking and learning new things.
En sus quinientos años de historia desde su fundación como Colegio de Santa María de Jesús a comienzos del siglo XVI, la Universidad de Sevilla ha atravesado diferentes etapas. En ellas hay momentos, como la crisis del siglo XIX o la Guerra Civil y posterior dictadura franquista, que han destacado por la dificultad para ejercer la docencia. No obstante, son mayores los periodos positivos de la US, en los que ha logrado posicionarse como universidad de referencia en todas sus funciones y afrontar con éxito la adaptación al Espacio Europeo de Educación Superior. Durante el siglo XVI (1505), el Papa Julio II otorgó al Colegio la facultad de impartir grados en Teología, Filosofía, Derecho, Medicina y Artes. Sin embargo, no fue hasta 1551 cuando el Concejo de la ciudad distinguió a la fundación creada por el Arcediano Maese Rodrigo Fernández de Santaella como Universidad Oficial. El Plan de Estudios de Olavide, de 1768, significó la materialización de la Reforma Ilustrada para la Universidad de Sevilla. Es en este momento cuando nace la idea de la Universidad como servicio público y se imparten enseñanzas como las Matemáticas, propias de la preocupación de la época por los estudios de las materias de ciencia. Esta etapa supuso el origen de la concepción de la universidad moderna, aunque este modelo no se consolidó hasta el siglo XIX. A lo largo del siglo XIX la situación de la enseñanza en España sufrió una profunda crisis, fruto del enfrentamiento entre los intereses conservadores y liberales por el control sobre la cultura y la educación. Durante este periodo se pone en marcha el llamado Plan Pidal de 1845, que somete a todas las universidades a un mismo ordenamiento jurídico. Se culmina entonces el proceso de centralización y la pérdida definitiva de las antiguas autonomías. Aun así, poco después se pondría fin al acuerdo, ya que en 1851, con la firma del Concordato con la Santa Sede, se devuelve la enseñanza al dominio eclesiástico. Más adelante, con la Revolución de 1868, se declara libre el ejercicio de la enseñanza en todos los niveles educativos y se suprimen las asignaturas de Doctrina Cristiana, Historia Sagrada, Religión, Moral Cristiana, etcétera. Los intentos progresistas quedaron frenados debido a la Guerra Civil y la posterior dictadura franquista. En concreto, se pone en marcha la Ley de Ordenación Universitaria de 1943, que pese a contemplar un cierto deseo de autonomía significó un férreo control ministerial e ideológico. En 1948 la Universidad trasladó su sede a la antigua Real Fábrica de Tabacos, un magnífico edificio trazado por el ingeniero Van der Beer en el reinado de Fernando VI. En la actualidad, este edificio sigue alojando el Rectorado y las facultades de Geografía e Historia y de Filología. También en este siglo, durante la década de los sesenta, se crearon las Escuelas Técnicas Superiores de Arquitectura e Ingenieros Industriales. En la década siguiente se fundaron los estudios de Económicas y Farmacia; se dividió la Facultad de Ciencias, que dio lugar a las facultades de Biología, Física, Matemáticas y Química, y se creó el Colegio Universitario de la Rábida. La implantación de nuevos estudios vino acompañada por la descentralización geográfica de la Universidad, mediante la apertura de sedes en las provincias de Badajoz, Cádiz y Córdoba, de las que posteriormente surgirán las actuales Universidades. Con la llegada de la democracia, la Constitución de 1978 revisa el tradicional régimen centralista de la Universidad española, reconociendo la autonomía de las Universidades. Al mismo tiempo, la nueva organización territorial del Estado ha supuesto una distribución de competencias universitarias entre los distintos poderes públicos. Gracias a la Ley de Reforma Universitaria (L.R.U.) aprobada en 1983, se consagra la autonomía universitaria como un derecho fundamental. Esta norma-marco contempló la Universidad como un servicio público referido a los intereses generales, garantizando la participación en su gobierno de las diversas fuerzas sociales. La Declaración de Bolonia sienta las bases para la construcción de un Espacio Europeo de Educación Superior, que se organiza alrededor de los principios de calidad, movilidad, diversidad y competitividad. Este plan se orienta hacia la consecución de dos objetivos estratégicos: incrementar el empleo en la Unión Europea y la conversión del sistema Europeo de Formación Superior en un polo de atracción para estudiantes y profesores de otras partes del mundo. Todas las titulaciones de la Universidad de Sevilla están adaptadas al Espacio Europeo de Educación Superior y todas han obtenido la acreditación de las agencias nacionales y autonómicas, que avala un alto grado de calidad. Asimismo, en el año de la plena convergencia con la Europa del Conocimiento, la Universidad de Sevilla fue reconocida como Campus de Excelencia Internacional. En la actualidad, la Universidad de Sevilla ha puesto en marcha un Plan Estratégico con el que se sientan las bases para una institución más abierta, flexible, innovadora, inteligente e integrada en la ciudad. Durante toda su historia la Universidad de Sevilla ha logrado custodiar un amplio patrimonio de carácter artístico formado por más de 5.000 mil piezas, que están a disposición de los investigadores y forman parte del entorno universitario y de la ciudad. Forman parte de él magníficas colecciones arqueológicas y numismáticas, piezas del siglo XVI, dibujos académicos de los siglos XVIII y XIX o una riquísima colección fotográfica. También hay que destacar su patrimonio bibliográfico y documental, compuesto por 332 incunables y numerosas piezas de material científico.
La Universidad Nebrija mantiene desde su creación los valores diferenciadores de su modelo educativo, basados en la docencia de calidad y en la investigación como creación de conocimiento, con la formación integral en capacidades, competencias y habilidades de todos sus alumnos. Estos son principios clave para conseguir el desarrollo del talento individual y las mejores oportunidades de integración profesional. Nuestra filosofía es aprender haciendo, lo que se convierte en una experiencia universitaria única. Una experiencia vital en la transformación del estudiante hacia el conocimiento global, para protagonizar y liderar los cambios en los que está inmerso. El estudiante “Nebrija” se centra en la construcción del propio conocimiento para los desafíos importantes de la vida. Y un compromiso firme entre la Universidad y las empresas para el desarrollo de la formación en competencias profesionales, que garantiza prácticas de calidad al estudiante, para que se incorpore con su ambición de crecer vital e intelectualmente durante su etapa universitaria. El Patronato de la Universidad Nebrija y los Consejos Académicos, formados por relevantes personalidades, vinculan su saber y su prestigio a los programas de estudio e investigación. Los estudiantes de esta Universidad Nebrija saben articular plenamente sus conocimientos y capacidades con la sociedad nacional e internacional en la que desarrollarán sus habilidades profesionales. El Campus de Madrid-Princesa es un conjunto de edificios históricos del Ejército construido en el año 1906 que albergó su Archivo Histórico. Se ha consolidado como el campus principal de la Universidad, se ha transformado y modernizado adaptándose a las necesidades docentes. Actualmente se imparten los estudios pertenecientes a la Facultad de Lenguas y Educación, Facultad de Comunicación y Artes, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales y la Escuela Politécnica Superior. El campus está compuesto por cuatro edificios conectados entre sí y en total se dispone de 8.321 metros cuadrados. El Campus de Ciencias de la Vida en La Berzosa se halla ubicado en el entorno natural de la localidad madrileña de Hoyo de Manzanares. Sus edificios centenarios han sido rehabilitados para ofrecer laboratorios y aulas dotadas con equipamiento puntero. El campus está constituido por cuatro edificios docentes y un edificio principal, antigua residencia de los Ruiz-Giménez y actual sede del Rectorado. En este campus se imparte los títulos adscritos a la Facultad de Ciencias de la Vida y de la Naturaleza. El Edificio Joaquín María López es la sede de los Institutos Nebrija. En él se imparten los Ciclos Formativos de Grado Superior, las asignaturas transversales del Instituto de Competencias Profesionales y las asignaturas del Instituto de Lenguas Modernas. Alberga también los programas de intercambio internacional para impartición del español como lengua extranjera. El Centro Universitario San Rafael-Nebrija se ubica dentro del recinto del Hospital San Rafael. Todo el complejo está situado en la privilegiada zona de Concha Espina, muy próxima al estadio Santiago Bernabéu. Es un edificio de nueva construcción que cuenta con las instalaciones propias de una moderna institución universitaria con una avanzada dotación tecnológica para la docencia. El Campus tecnológico de la Universidad Nebrija, se encuentra ubicado en el barrio de Ciudad Universitaria, junto al Parque de la Dehesa de la Villa.
La Universidad Europea Miguel de Cervantes cuenta con una oferta formativa de 17 Grados Oficiales, 5 Dobles Grados, 5 Grados Internacionales, 12 Másteres Oficiales y un programa de Doctorado de gran futuro profesional. En todos ellos se desarrolla una enseñanza de calidad orientada al estudiante basada en una formación y atención personalizadas. La Universidad Europea Miguel de Cervantes es una universidad privada, joven y dinámica que desarrolla una enseñanza de calidad orientada al estudiante y sustentada en la atención personalizada, los grupos reducidos y las prácticas en empresas. Igualmente, la labor investigadora centra sus esfuerzos en materializar los avances científicos, socioeconómicos y medioambientales de nuestro entorno. Fundada en el año 2002 (BOCyL 24/06/02 y BOE 05/07/02), la UEMC cuenta actualmente en su campus de Valladolid con más de 4.500 Estudiantes, 400 Profesores e Investigadores y Personal de Administración y Servicios y cuenta con una oferta formativa de 17 Grados Oficiales, 5 Dobles Grados, 5 Grados Internacionales y 12 Másteres Oficiales y numerosos estudios de Posgrado. Igualmente, pone en marcha diversas actividades de Extensión Universitaria (Congresos, Jornadas, etc.), Formación Complementaria y Cursos de Español para Extranjeros. El campus de la UEMC dispone de completas y modernas instalaciones al servicio de los estudiantes, profesores e investigadores: Laboratorios de Informática, Estudio de Radio, Plató de Producción de Cine y TV, Sala de Realización, Salas de Edición y Postproducción, Laboratorio y Estudio de Fotografía, Gimnasio, Sala de Musculación, Clínica Universitaria, Sala de Fantomas, Laboratorio de Anatomía y Fisiología, de Biología Molecular, de Química, Cafetería-Comedor, Biblioteca y Sala de Lectura, Salón de Actos y Salón de Grados.
La Escuela Andaluza de Salud Pública se crea por acuerdo de gobierno el 2 de mayo de 1985. Se constituye como empresa pública, con carácter de sociedad anónima y capital fundacional íntegro de la Junta de Andalucía. Se inaugura el 19 de julio de 1985 quedando adscrita a la Consejería de Salud y Familias. Los órganos de dirección son la Junta General de Accionistas, el Consejo de Administración, y el Consejo de Dirección encabezado por el Director de la EASP. Es centro colaborador de la Organización Mundial de la Salud y de la Organización Panamericana de la Salud. Es miembro de las principales asociaciones internacionales de escuelas de salud pública y de gestión sanitaria tanto en Europa como en Latinoamérica: EHMA (European Health Management Association), ASPHER (Association of School of Public Health in the European Region) y ALAESP (Asociación Latinoamericana de Escuelas de Salud Pública). Desde 1988 existe un acuerdo con la Universidad de Granada por el que ésta reconoce como propios cursos Máster y Expertos impartidos por la EASP. Gran número de instituciones y universidades nacionales y de otros países mantienen también convenios de colaboración con la EASP. Sus principales clientes en la comunidad autónoma andaluza son la Consejería de Salud y Familias y el Servicio Andaluz de Salud. La Escuela trabaja también para sociedades profesionales, hospitales y servicios regionales de salud de toda España así como para terceros países a través de proyectos de la Unión Europea, la Organización Panamericana de la Salud y el Banco Mundial. En la Escuela se integran, a través de sus proyectos de Docencia, Consultoría e Investigación, los enfoques de salud pública y de gestión, a través de los cuales: Genera nuevos conocimientos y los disemina entre los miembros de las organizaciones sanitarias. Desarrolla un proceso continuo de actualización del conocimiento en respuesta a las variaciones en las demandas sociales y a la evolución de los sistemas sanitarios. Identifica los conocimientos relevantes existentes en las organizaciones y los flujos de información necesarios para su transmisión. Crea espacios de intercambio y circulación de la información y facilita la transferencia entre las personas que la necesitan y las que la generan. Materializa el conocimiento creando productos, servicios y sistemas e implementándolos en las organizaciones.
La historia de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid ha estado jalonada de grandes nombres de las ciencias y las letras. La UAM nace en 1968, junto a la de Barcelona y la del Bilbao, con un rasgo distintivo que la convierte en un centro de educación superior muy diferente a los existentes en ese momento en España: una unión plena de docencia e investigación, en la que las enseñanzas teórica y experimental van siempre de la mano en todas las ramas del conocimiento. Con este espíritu, el nuevo espacio universitario movilizó desde sus inicios a un gran número de profesores y profesoras con trayectorias de enorme solvencia. Las clases comenzaron el 24 de octubre de 1968, con 1.173 alumnos matriculados y 60 docentes. En un principio, la UAM se creó con cinco facultades: Derecho, Filosofía y Letras, Ciencias Políticas, Económicas y Comerciales; Ciencias y Medicina. Al no contar con un campus propio, los primeros cursos se impartieron en distintas ubicaciones de Madrid. El 9 de noviembre de 1970 se inauguró la nueva Facultad de Medicina en el entorno de la ciudad sanitaria La Paz, estrenando con ello un nuevo sistema de enseñanza basado en la integración de la teoría y la práctica clínica en hospitales públicos. Un año después se inauguró el Campus de Cantoblanco, con las facultades de Filosofía y Letras, Derecho, Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales y Ciencias; a las que se sumarían la Facultad de Formación de Profesorado y la Escuela Politécnica Superior. El modelo de campus se inspiró en las universidades norteamericanas: alejado de la ciudad y con amplias zonas verdes. El Campus de Cantoblanco nació con la vocación de facilitar una experiencia de vida universitaria completa, que incluyese no solo actividades académicas y de investigación, sino también todo tipo de servicios (servicio médico, biblioteca central, comedor, polideportivo, guardería, colegio infantil…). Hoy alberga, además, una enorme variedad de recursos, entre los que figuran desde museos a sala de exposiciones, pasando por una amplia oferta de instalaciones deportivas. La UAM tuvo desde sus orígenes una vocación humboltiana a imagen de la Universidad de Berlín. Por eso, mantuvo desde sus inicios una estrecha colaboración con el Centro Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC). Dicha colaboración ha sido y es uno de los exponentes más claros de la decidida apuesta de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid por la investigación y ha tenido una enorme importancia en la definición del modelo docente de esta universidad desde el momento de su fundación. La Universidad Autónoma de Madrid ha ido así configurándose a lo largo de estos años como una institución de referencia a nivel nacional e internacional, ocupando puestos relevantes en los rankings de excelencia académica e investigadora, empleabilidad y sostenibilidad. Una universidad pública con un fuerte compromiso con el entorno social, cultural y económico, además de una declarada vocación internacional. La UAM es una de las universidades integradas en Civis, a European Civic University, uno de los primeros campus paneuropeos promovidos por la Comisión Europea.
La Universidad de Santiago de Compostela es una institución pública de enseñanza superior e investigación dotada de autonomía, plena personalidad jurídica y patrimonio propio que está constituida por los campus de Santiago de Compostela y Lugo y que asume y desarrolla sus funciones como servicio público esencial a la comunidad mediante el estudio, la docencia, la investigación y la transferencia del conocimiento. La Universidad de Santiago de Compostela es heredera de más de quinientos años de docencia, investigación, difusión del conocimiento y creación cultural. Desde 1495, Compostela es ciudad universitaria y la matriz del actual Sistema Universitario Gallego, que conforma, desde 1989, junto con la Universidad de Vigo y la Universidad de A Coruña. En su larga historia, la Universidad de Santiago de Compostela ha atesorado un gran patrimonio cultural y científico, y sus campus reúnen un abundante patrimonio natural y arquitectónico. La Universidad de Santiago de Compostela quiere ser reconocida como una universidad de prestigio, académicamente solvente y con excelencia investigadora, al servicio del desarrollo económico, social y cultural de la sociedad gallega, ejemplar en la gestión de sus recursos y participada democráticamente por los miembros de su comunidad alrededor de un proyecto universitario compartido. La Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, constituida por los campus de Santiago y Lugo, se estructura en departamentos, facultades, escuelas, institutos universitarios de investigación y escuelas de doctorado. Asimismo, cuenta con diferentes servicios de gestión y administración, de apoyo a las labores docentes e investigadoras, y otros de asistencia a la comunidad universitaria.
La Universidad de Navarra es una universidad de inspiración cristiana, promovida por san Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer, fundador del Opus Dei. Tiene como misión buscar y transmitir la verdad, contribuir a la formación académica, cultural y personal de sus estudiantes; promover la investigación científica y la actividad asistencial; ofrecer adecuadas posibilidades de desarrollo a sus profesores y empleados; y realizar una amplia labor de extensión cultural y promoción social, con una clara finalidad de servicio. Entre las funciones primordiales de la Universidad de Navarra está: Impartir enseñanzas universitarias en el ámbito de diversas ciencias, conferir los grados académicos correspondientes y facilitar a los alumnos los medios adecuados -recursos didácticos, biblioteca, información sobre becas y ayudas económicas- para que puedan realizar con provecho sus estudios. Promover la investigación científica en los distintos campos del saber, en beneficio de la labor docente y como forma de aportar conocimiento a la sociedad y de favorecer la innovación y el desarrollo. Contribuir a la formación de los alumnos mediante el asesoramiento individualizado, con propuestas encaminadas a la adquisición de competencias profesionales y hábitos personales, que estimulen el desarrollo de la personalidad en todas sus dimensiones: culturales, artísticas, religiosas, deportivas y de solidaridad. Mantener relación con los graduados de la Universidad, a través de actividades de formación continuada, y de otras iniciativas culturales y sociales de Alumni. Y organizar enseñanzas de actualización y de especialización para graduados universitarios, de acuerdo con las tendencias y necesidades de las diferentes profesiones. La inspiración cristiana de la Universidad se manifiesta en el deseo de fidelidad a la Iglesia y a su Magisterio, en la reflexión sobre sus enseñanzas, en el respeto de los principios cristianos en la investigación, en la promoción de la dignidad y los derechos de la persona y en el sentido de servicio que procura imprimir en las actividades universitarias. Dentro de los planes de estudio se imparten asignaturas, seminarios y talleres que ofrecen a los alumnos la oportunidad de plantearse esas grandes cuestiones de la existencia, así como los fundamentos éticos y deontológicos de su profesión.
Alfonso IX de León quiso tener estudios superiores en su reino y por ello creó en 1218 las ‘scholas Salamanticae’, germen de la actual Universidad de Salamanca que se acerca ahora a cumplir los 800 años de historia ininterrumpida creando, promocionando y divulgando el conocimiento. Alfonso IX fue un hombre ilustrado y adelantado a su tiempo, no solo por haber creado la Universidad de Salamanca, sino también por otras acciones como plantear las primeras Cortes que permitían la participación de diversos sectores de la población además de los habituales nobles. Este primer Estudio contó, según el decreto de 1254, con un maestro en leyes, otro en decretos, dos de decretales, dos de lógica, dos de gramática, dos de física o medicina, uno de órgano, un apotecario, un bibliotecario y dos conservadores. Así, la Universidad de Salamanca se convirtió, junto con París, Oxford y Bolonia en una de las primeras universidades europeas y hoy en día es la única española que ha mantenido su actividad a través de los siglos. La Universidad de Salamanca cuenta con un importante patrimonio material en forma de edificios históricos y espacios emblemáticos que aún se encuentran en activo y reciben cada día la visita de cientos de personas, bien porque quieran apreciar su valor artístico o histórico, o bien porque tengan que realizar alguna actividad académica en ellos. Destacan especialmente el Edificio de Escuelas Mayores con su fachada plateresca, en el interior del cual se encuentra la Biblioteca General Histórica con 2.774 manuscritos, 483 incunables y alrededor de 62.000 volúmenes impresos entre los siglos XVI y XVIII. Visita obligada es también el Patio de Escuelas Menores que alberga en una de sus salas la conocida pintura del ‘Cielo de Salamanca’, obra atribuida a Fernando Gallego que recoge temas astronómicos y astrológicos. Son obras de arte y reflejos de la historia de la institución. Una historia cargada de tradiciones donde destacan, por ejemplo, las tradicionales ceremonias de investidura de los doctores honoris causa con su tradicional y colorido desfile de togados, la celebración del patrón Santo Tomás o las aperturas solemnes de curso en las que el rector repasa los principales retos que aborda cada ejercicio la institución. En la actualidad, la Universidad de Salamanca sigue manteniendo su gran capacidad de atracción y tiene un alumnado estable en torno a los 30.000 estudiantes. Cuenta para atenderles con nueve campus distribuidos entre Salamanca, Ávila, Zamora, Béjar y Villamayor entre los que se reparten las 26 facultades y escuelas superiores y los 12 centros de investigación que abarcan aspectos tan variados como las biociencias o el láser, pasando por desarrollos agroalimentarios, las neurociencias, los estudios de historia o la investigación básica, entre otros. A ellos se unen los centros dedicados a estrechar vínculos académicos y culturales con otros países y culturas como el Centro Cultural Hispano Japonés, el Centro de Estudios Brasileños o el Instituto de Estudios de Iberoamérica, donde el continuo movimiento de profesores y estudiantes mantiene los lazos y crea nuevas perspectivas de futuro en las alianzas establecidas. Otro de los rasgos distintivos de la Universidad es la enseñanza del Español que atrae a miles de estudiantes extranjeros en los distintos programas educativos desarrollados en uno de los mayores centros de formación para extranjeros de prestigio mundial, la entidad Cursos Internacionales de la Universidad de Salamanca. Desde Cursos Internacionales se elaboran desde hace años los Diplomas de Español como Lengua Extranjera (DELE) y, recientemente, un acuerdo firmado con el Instituto Cervantes, la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México y la Universidad de Buenos Aires, ha hecho que la Universidad de Salamanca lidere, junto a ellas, el desarrollo del primer certificado digital del español (SIELE) que podrá realizarse desde cualquier parte del mundo y que llevará la certificación del estudio salmantino como aval a su validez.
La Universidad de Granada contribuye al desarrollo socioeconómico no sólo regional sino también nacional y al internacional a través de una educación universal, una investigación de alto nivel, proporcionando servicios de alta calidad y colaborando estrechamente con la administración y las empresas locales. Nuestra institución está comprometida con las técnicas de entrenamiento e investigación, con la transferencia de conocimiento y el compromiso socioeconómico. Esto nos ha permitido crear cerca de 82 spin-offs, tener alrededor de 580 proyectos de investigación activos y lanzar alrededor de 230 productos patentados en los últimos años. Todos estos avances se han alcanzado en línea con los más altos estándares de responsabilidad social corporativa. En la Universidad de Granada estamos firmemente comprometidos con la inversión en la innovación y la excelencia en la investigación. Gracias a este compromiso el Campus BioTic, que busca la excelencia en las áreas de Biosalud, Tecnologías de la Información y la Comunicación (TIC), Sistema Tierra y Patrimonio y Cultura, fue designado Campus de Excelencia Internacional por el gobierno español en 2009. Aproximadamente 80.000 personas entre estudiantes, investigadores, profesores y personal de administración y servicios están directamente ligados con la Universidad de Granada, esto la convierte en la cuarta universidad más grande del país. Esta comunidad universitaria ha convertido Granada, con sus 240.000 habitantes en una ciudad con una gran actividad social y cultura. Más de 6.000 estudiantes internacionales de distinto tipo estudian en la Universidad de Granada cada año, siendo así un auténtico destino multicultural. Además, cada año la Universidad de Granada recibe más de 2000 estudiantes del programa Erasmus. De esta forma, es el destino Erasmus más popular de Europa. Asimismo, enviamos más estudiantes dentro del programa Erasmus que ninguna otra universidad europea. Es un miembro fundador del Grupo Internacional Coimbra, una asociación europea de universidades a la vanguardia de la educación superior. Desde su fundación, la Universidad de Granada se ha ido expandiendo al mismo tiempo que lo ha hecho la ciudad de Granada, con centro educativos y de investigación distribuidos a lo largo del área metropolitana. De hecho, debido al papel jugado en el crecimiento de la ciudad durante los últimos 500 años, la universidad ha definido la ciudad tanto desde un punto de visto arquitectónico como cultural y económico.
La Universidad de Barcelona es una de las instituciones más antiguas de Cataluña, y un claro reflejo de los acontecimientos políticos, sociales y económicos del país. Un referente importante de su historia. El 3 de septiembre de 1450 el rey Alfonso V el Magnánimo expidió, a petición de la ciudad de Barcelona, el privilegio para crear el Estudio General barcelonés. En el documento se establecía que la ciudad tenía que financiar «todo lo necesario para su fundación», y que dispondría de estudios en Teología, Derecho Canónico y Civil, Filosofía Natural y Moral, Siete Artes Liberales, Medicina y en otras ciencias. El 30 de septiembre la fundación de esta institución también recibió la bula papal de Nicolás V. Sin embargo, el funcionamiento efectivo de la nueva universidad todavía tardaría años en alcanzarse debido a la falta de una financiación continua, a circunstancias históricas, como la guerra civil catalana (1462–1472), y a las constantes quejas del Estudio General de Lleida. Fue Fernando el Católico quien impulsó de nuevo el proyecto en 1488 con la concesión del privilegio para unificar todas las escuelas barcelonesas en el Estudio de Medicina. El 9 de octubre de 1508 se promulgaron las primeras ordenanzas municipales, que marcaban las pautas académicas, de financiación y de gobierno del nuevo establecimiento. El 17 de octubre de 1536 se inició la construcción del Estudio General de todas las facultades siguiendo las directrices del maestro de obras Tomàs Barsa, en unos terrenos cedidos por el Consejo de Ciento de Barcelona en la parte alta de la Rambla. Esta fundación obtuvo el beneplácito del emperador Carlos I de España y fue costeada por la ciudad de Barcelona, el capítulo catedralicio y varios ciudadanos particulares. En 1539 finalizaron las obras del edificio, que era de dos plantas, disponía de capilla y claustro, y lucía un gran escudo del emperador sobre la puerta principal, que aún se conserva en el Edificio Histórico. Tras la Guerra de Sucesión, el edificio se convirtió en el llamado Cuartel de los Estudios, que fue derribado en 1843 con el fin de construir la puerta de Isabel II en la muralla de Barcelona. Restablecida en la ciudad condal, la Universidad se instaló en las dependencias del antiguo convento del Carmen. El mal estado de la construcción y la falta de adecuación de las instalaciones obligaron al rector Víctor Arnau a solicitar una nueva construcción, que en 1859 fue encargada al arquitecto Elias Rogent. El derribo de las murallas de Barcelona (1854-1856) y la aprobación del Plan Cerdà, en 1859, proveyeron al Estado de un gran número de espacios dentro de la nueva ciudad. Así fue como se emplazó la nueva construcción en su ubicación actual. Las obras comenzaron el día 1 de octubre de 1863 y concluyeron de manera definitiva en 1893 con la instalación de la reja que circundaba el jardín. En esta época, la Universidad comprendía cinco grandes facultades: Ciencias, Filosofía y Letras, Medicina, Farmacia y Derecho. Todas se ubicaron en la nueva Universidad excepto la Facultad de Medicina, que permaneció en el Hospital de la Santa Cruz hasta la inauguración en 1906 de su nuevo edificio anexo al Hospital Clínico, diseñado por el arquitecto Domènec i Estapà. Durante las primeras décadas, la universidad aglutinó una generación de nuevos profesores renovadores, y a menudo de reconocido catalanismo, que marcarían el carácter de la institución universitaria durante el primer tercio del siglo. Encontramos personalidades como los filólogos Pompeu Fabra y Antonio Rubió i Lluch, el jurista Josep Pella, el historiador Francesc Carreras Candi o el arquitecto e historiador Josep Puig i Cadafalch. También destacaron personas como Pere Bosch i Gimpera y Jaume Serra Húnter, que ejercieron de rectores durante el periodo republicano. Con el advenimiento de la II República española y la aprobación del Estatuto de autonomía de la Universidad de Barcelona, el 7 de septiembre de 1933, la institución se convirtió en la Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona —denominación que coincide con la de la universidad fundada en 1968 en Bellaterra y con la que no debe confundirse—, que estaba regida por un patronato con representantes del Gobierno de la República, la Generalitat y el claustro universitario. El 3 de febrero de 1939 se suprimió el estatuto universitario. Esta fecha marcó el inicio de un periodo de represión, durante el cual fue depurado más del 70 % del profesorado y la lengua y cultura catalanas quedaron eliminadas de la vida académica. Los años setenta y ochenta del siglo XX estuvieron marcados por la enorme transformación social, política y económica, que comenzaba el largo camino de la transición con las elecciones generales de 1977 y el retorno del presidente Josep Tarradellas. Este periodo estuvo marcado por el rectorado del filólogo Antoni Badia i Margarit (1978-1986), que significó unos años de modernización y democratización de las estructuras universitarias a todos los niveles, así como de recuperación de la lengua y cultura catalanas como base de la educación superior. La Universidad de Barcelona actualmente está formada por una comunidad de más de setenta mil personas entre estudiantes, profesorado y personal de administración y servicios, que integran una estructura formada por dieciséis facultades organizadas en seis campus universitarios, el Parque Científico de Barcelona y nueve centros adscritos. Se trata de la segunda universidad más grande de España, y una de las mejor posicionadas en los rankings internacionales, en los que a menudo figura como la primera del país.
La actual Universidad Complutense de Madrid es la que fundara el Cardenal Cisneros como consecuencia de la Carta Bulada “Inter cetera”, otorgada por Alejandro VI, el 13 de abril de 1499, para conceder al Cardenal el privilegio de fundar y construir un Colegio de Escolares que debería ubicarse en Alcalá de Henares. Cisneros ordenó la construcción del Colegio Mayor San Ildefonso un mes antes de que se otorgase la Carta bulada, colocándose la primera piedra en marzo de 1499. La idea era crear el Colegio Complutense en el que se impartiesen las enseñanzas de Teología, Derecho Canónico y Artes Liberales. Desde el principio aquel Colegio se asentó en el lugar donde se había ubicado Complutum, la ciudad romana del Siglo I a.C. Las obras acabaron en 1508 y en ese año empezaron a estudiar los primeros alumnos. La matrícula se realizó entre agosto y octubre. El día 17 de octubre se eligió al primer Rector de la Universidad –Pedro del Campo-, inaugurándose el Curso el día 18 con una lección sobre la filosofía moral de Aristóteles. La idea inicial de Cisneros reproducía el contenido de los estudios de las Universidades medievales europeas –las que siguieron a los Estudios Generales- en las que se estudiaba Teología, Medicina y Jurisprudencia, siendo preparatorias las enseñanzas de Artes Liberales. Pretendía el Cardenal con la estructura colegial permitir estudiar a personas sin recursos que eran acogidas y becadas. Tras múltiples avatares sufridos por la Universidad ubicada en Alcalá, que pasó de los iniciales momentos de gloria, a un considerable declive, en 1821, en el Reglamento General de Instrucción Pública, se ordenó la creación de la Universidad Central de Madrid, suprimiéndose un año después la asentada en Alcalá. La ubicación, en segundo intento, de la Universidad en Madrid -con la denominación de Central- se produce a partir de 1836. Hasta 1837 no se completó el traslado de las Facultades o Estudios; en ese momento eran las de Teología, Filosofía, Cánones y Jurisprudencia, Ciencias, Medicina y Farmacia. En 1843 ya no quedaba en Alcalá ningún vestigio de la institución fundada por Cisneros. A partir de 1868, tras la caída de Isabel II, durante los años del Sexenio Revolucionario se abrió una etapa de radicales e ilusionantes reformas. El discurso inaugural del curso académico 1868-1869 fue dictado por el recién nombrado Rector, Fernando de Castro, y explicitaba las directrices de la política académica de las nuevas autoridades: independencia de ciencia y enseñanza respecto del Gobierno e Iglesia, autonomía del profesor en la expresión de su pensamiento y ética profesional en el desarrollo de su actividad académica. En la línea de reformas universitarias que inspiraban la labor de los sucesivos ministros de instrucción pública en los primeros años del siglo XX, se enmarca la creación de la Junta para Ampliación de Estudios, desde la que se fomentó una política de becas en el extranjero y de establecimiento de laboratorios de investigación, en ella tuvieron presencia activa catedráticos de la Universidad de Madrid. El segundo gran motor en la modernización de la Universidad Central durante el primer tercio del siglo XX fue la construcción de la Ciudad Universitaria. El proyecto arrancó en la primavera de 1929, al constituirse, bajo la protección de Alfonso XIII, la Junta Constructora de la Ciudad Universitaria. La dictadura del general Primo de Rivera perseguía un doble objetivo: reubicar la conflictiva masa de alumnos fuera del centro de la ciudad y presentar un proyecto ampuloso vinculado a la creación de infraestructura. La Junta constructora se encargó de gestionar la adquisición o cesión de los terrenos en La Moncloa y el arquitecto Modesto López Otero dirigió las obras. A lo largo de los años treinta las obras de la Ciudad Universitaria avanzaron a buen ritmo; en enero de 1933, se inauguró oficialmente el primer edificio del recinto: la Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. En 1936 el núcleo central del proyecto estaba ultimado: se habían inaugurado algunos edificios, lo que permitía la actividad docente en ellos, y otros se encontraban próximos a su finalización. En 1943 entraría en vigor la Ley de Ordenación de la Universidad española, vigente hasta 1970 y que marcó las coordenadas de la universidad franquista. Con ella quedaba certificada la estructura centralista de la universidad española (sólo en Madrid se alcanzaría, hasta 1954, el título de doctor); se reconocía al Rector –nombrado directamente por el Gobierno- como la autoridad máxima de la Universidad; se involucraba en la labor universitaria a la Iglesia (que incorporaba la enseñanza de la religión en los planes de estudio), al Ejército (que se encargaría de la, entonces también obligatoria, educación física) y a Falange (encargada de encuadrar a alumnos y profesores, por filiación obligatoria, en el SEU y en el Servicio Español del Profesorado Universitario). A la muerte de Franco, la Universidad vivió la misma incertidumbre e interinidad que el resto de la sociedad española. La aprobación de la Constitución y la consolidación democrática permitieron la promulgación de una nueva legislación universitaria. La Ley de Reforma Universitaria de 1983 sentó las bases de un moderno modelo universitario: el gobierno de la Universidad se hacía recaer sobre la propia comunidad académica; la toma de decisiones se democratiza y los departamentos universitarios asumen la organización de la docencia e investigación. Una vez incorporada España a la Unión Europea, se ha establecido un nuevo marco de referencia para nuestra educación superior. Los conocimientos, habilidades y destrezas adquiridas durante los estudios superiores son, en cada uno de los sistemas universitarios europeos, comunes y homologables. Nace así, el Espacio Europeo de Educación Superior. La Universidad Complutense de Madrid asume como propio un triple ideal: formar profesionales útiles a la sociedad, promover la investigación científica y difundir, entre los próximos y los lejanos, el conocimiento y los valores que son inherentes a la Universidad.
My name is Glorymar Hernandez, but I prefer to be called “Glory”. I was born in the capital of Venezuela, Caracas, and grew up amid the crowds of the city, the tranquility of the Andean mountains and the joy of the Caribbean coast. A mixture that has taught me to enjoy wherever I am, that aroused my curiosity to know the world, and that has helped me to adapt, with relative ease, to changes. I have a degree in Philosophy, my research works are in Philosophy of Language. Since 2019 I have been working as a Spanish teacher. I decided to start teaching my mother tongue thanks to my experience learning other languages. I had the opportunity to live for a year in Ireland, where I went to learn English and, currently, I am in Italy, where I have had the opportunity to learn Italian. These experiences allowed me to realize that, although seeking perfection when trying to “speak like a native” is the ideal, what really matters is being able to communicate, make ourselves understood and be open to the experience of knowing other cultures and understand that there are many different points of view. Professionally, I have had the opportunity to work in different contexts such as banking, outsourcing consular procedures, and teaching at university level. The biggest lesson I learned from these experiences is that I am not an office person. I prefer to own my time and have the freedom to work wherever I am. For this reason, I have decided to dedicate myself to teaching Spanish online and to enter the digital world. I consider myself a very curious and versatile person, that is why in my free time I enjoy handcrafting (such as sewing or knitting), volunteering, being in contact with nature, and trying to learn new things, like playing the guitar. Regarding my geographical preferences, the beach and the mountains are my main refuges, because I can escape from the noise of the city and connect with myself. That is why I would like to be able to live with my husband on a mountain, not far from the sea.
La Ciudad de las Artes y de las Ciencias (Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències) de Valencia es un conjunto único dedicado a la divulgación científica y cultural, que está integrado por seis grandes elementos: el Hemisfèric, cine IMAX, 3D y proyecciones digitales; el Umbracle, mirador ajardinado y aparcamiento; el Museu de les Ciències, innovador centro de ciencia interactiva; el Oceanogràfic, el mayor acuario de Europa; el Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía, dedicado la programación operística, y el Ágora, que dota al complejo de un espacio multifuncional. A lo largo de un eje de casi dos kilómetros, en el antiguo cauce del río Turia, este complejo impulsado por la Generalitat Valenciana sorprende por su arquitectura y por su inmensa capacidad para divertir y estimular las mentes de sus visitantes que, recorriendo sus edificios, conocen diferentes aspectos relacionados con la ciencia, la tecnología, la naturaleza o el arte. El papel relevante de la arquitectura en la Ciudad de las Artes y de las Ciencias de Valencia ha sido posible gracias al trabajo de dos arquitectos españoles de prestigio internacional, que han aportado aquí lo mejor de su obra: Santiago Calatrava, con el Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía, el Hemisfèric, el Museu de les Ciències, el Umbracle y el Àgora, y Félix Candela, con las singulares cubiertas de los edificios principales del Oceanogràfic. Un conjunto arquitectónico de excepcional belleza, que armoniza el continente con el contenido. Una ciudad donde conviven el mar y la luz del Mediterráneo de manera sorprendente. Se ha constituido como uno de los mayores focos de difusión cultural. En conjunto, las proyecciones digitales y las películas en gran formato en el Hemisfèric, las exposiciones interactivas en el Museu de les Ciencies Príncip Felipe y las exhibiciones bioeducativas del Oceanogràfic, conforman una gran oferta interrelacionada, que se complementa, con el único objetivo de satisfacer la curiosidad y las ganas de divertirse del visitante. La Ciudad de las Artes y de las Ciencias une además la admirada tradición mediterránea del mar y la luz, de los colores azules y blancos, con una arquitectura vanguardista diseñada por Santiago Calatrava y Félix Candela. Sus audaces líneas identifican a la capital del Turia del siglo XXI; es la estampa futurista que simboliza a la nueva Valencia: una ciudad moderna dentro de la ciudad milenaria, donde millones de visitantes acuden cada año para disfrutar con la cultura, la naturaleza, el arte y la ciencia.
I’m Toni-Leigh, born and bred in the Mother City of Cape Town. My fiancé and I, are parents to a lively 2-year old girl who arrived 5 years after losing our 3-year old son to a rare genetic disease. I love learning new things. Growing up, I was a voracious reader, reading anything and everything (even the classifieds and property ads) and with the advancement of technology over the years, I can have information at the tip of my fingers, so I’m always eager to learn new things and I’m a fast learner. I’ve always had an interest in Information Technology and was the go-to person in my office before my colleagues would go to the IT office, and now I’m looking into further studies so that I can develop my knowledge and skills. In 2005 I graduated from Varsity College with a Diploma in Travel and Tourism with aspirations of travelling worldwide in my profession. Things didn’t quite work out that way, having worked in retail and a company assisting young people to live and work in the UK. In the last decade or so, I’ve been in the tourism industry behind the scenes, working for an online holiday accommodation booking agency and more recently a company that does tours and safaris in Southern Africa. I also do freelance work remotely, such as, captioning for a speech-to-text service and social media evaluation. I am an introvert but enjoy working with and being in the company of others, while also enjoying being on my own. In the past I used to view being an introvert as a weakness because those higher up in the ranks of the companies I worked for were extroverted but in recent times I realised how much of a strength it is being an introvert as I also have a strong sense of empathy, which I believe is key in Customer Service and building interpersonal relationships with colleagues and clients. I’m passionate about customer service and going the extra mile and l love that feeling of knowing that I’ve made a difference in someone’s day whether big or small. People tend to describe me as hardworking, punctual, efficient, dependable and trustworthy. Covid-19 affected the tourism industry drastically, however, I still want to travel anywhere I can, just soaking up the different cultures and experiences. The last year has been both challenging and rewarding and it has made me see things in a different light and so it has been somewhat of a new beginning for me. I am motivated now more than ever to seek out new passions and adventures and to get out of my comfort zone.
Wamkelekile (‘Welcome’ in isiXhosa) to one and all! My name is Iman Martin – ‘Iman’ having both Arabic and African meanings for ‘faith’. Just like my name, I come from a multicultural background: my mom has Indian and Malaysian origins, while my dad is from the Griqua people/clan in South Africa. In the same vein, I am a Muslim and have Christian relatives with who I am very close. It is because of my diverse background that I feel I was raised to be both tolerant and respectful towards those that are of a different culture, religion, or ethnicity. Cape Town has been the only home I know, and I’ve never ventured far out of it. I do however envision myself travelling to different parts of the world a few years from now. I am passionate about women’s empowerment and women having the choice to choose for themselves! I have recently graduated from the University of Cape Town, with a Bachelor of Social Work (Psychology Major) and placed on the Dean’s Merit List, awarded for consistent academic achievement. Through hard work and perseverance, I was fortunate to have received a scholarship from the Department of Social Development for three of my four years of study. My mini-thesis explored the experiences and challenges of 1st-year students at UCT adjusting to university. Studying social work has not only allowed me to better understand those around me and their thought processes but also, to better understand myself and the possible reasons why I am the way I am. As part of my course requirements, I had to complete field practicals – by putting the theory that I was learning in class to practice in a real-world environment. My field practice experience ranged along a spectrum: from providing social work services to underprivileged youth in a primary school in Bonteheuwel, to interning in the more affluent area of Upper Wynberg, at an international school. This experience further fostered my innate empathy and non-judgemental outlook for those around me. I am someone who is not afraid to get my hands dirty, work hard and help out where I can: currently job hunting, I have occasionally been helping my father with renovations to his property that include painting, plastering, applying putty, etc. This has taught me many practical things that I hope to apply when I own my own house one day. A few months before now, I worked as a Personal Assistant to a therapist and social worker. This was a remote job that taught me valuable organisation and time-management skills. In my early years of study, I found myself working a sales assistant job at the Robben Island Museum Gateway store, and found that my favourite part of the job was interacting with the different tourists that happened upon our humble store and hearing their stories – where they were from and why they decided to visit SA, etc. I love reading, and since a young age, I’ve been considered a bookworm. I mainly enjoy supernatural and sci-fi novels and webcomics, as well as other forms of content such as newspaper and magazine articles (need to know what’s happening in the world around me). English was also my favourite subject at school, and I think this was also encouraged by my English-teacher mother who was quick to correct any incorrect grammar and pronunciation when my siblings and I spoke incorrectly. I often assisted her in marking her learners’ English examination scripts and as a result, am quick to pick up on spelling or grammatical errors. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family, long walks with my dog Ninja, and photography. This has led me to submit a piece that is currently being exhibited at the Zeits Mocca Art Museum, in their long-running ‘Home is Where The Art Is’ exhibition. Furthermore, my faith has given me strength through the darkest times and taught me to be tolerant and understanding of those around me. I am still very much figuring life and myself out as I go along and am always open to learning from those around me.
“Fall down seven times, stand up eight.” A Japanese proverb close to my heart. It has helped me persevere in so many situations in life and those situations have molded me into the woman I am today. Here’s a brief introduction to who I am. I am a new mommy to an adorable baby boy. A jack of all trades. I’m an artist at heart, fitness enthusiast, avid reader, and quite academic. I was born on the 9th of August in the year 1996 in Elim, a small village in the Limpopo Province. I grew up in Johannesburg and later moved to Pretoria in 2006 when I was in Grade 4, where I completed the rest of my school career. I have always been one to participate in almost every extra-mural activity since my primary school years, I played softball, hockey, and cricket. I took part in cross-country and district athletics to name a few. My love for sports made me gravitate towards what I currently do part-time, I train on a regular basis, and I am a wellness coach and a distributor for a prominent nutrition brand. A large part of what I do involves helping people correct their nutrition and learn more about the benefits of healthy eating so that they can lead a healthier lifestyle and feel great while they are at it. I have been involved in various projects that involved giving back to those in need. I have been involved with an initiative called Feed a Homeless Homie, where we made food for the homeless and distributed it at least one weekend a month, I also helped a friend of mine with a pads drive for less fortunate girls, I also give clothes to homeless shelters for women and children whenever I can and I worked with an NGO known as Keep That Gold Shining (KTG) where we tutored young kids in high schools in the townships. I am a philanthropist at heart and believe that even the smallest contribution goes a long way. As mentioned I am also an artist, mostly self-taught. I do painting on commission as well as pencil sketching. I do not have a specific style as yet but most of my work features women from different walks of life. I would like to collaborate with more artists in the future and have exhibitions. I try to read at least one book a month. My favorite writers have always been James Patterson and Dan Brown however I recently branched out to other genres besides suspense and thrillers. Some of my latest reads are: • Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki • Atomic Habits by James Clear • The Alchemist by Paolo Coelho • Half of a yellow sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie • No Longer At Ease by Chinua Achebe I can speak at least 6 of the 11 official languages, I am fairly tech-savvy. I am a quick learner, always willing to pick up a new skill. Life has thrown several curve balls at me and I never backed down. I strongly believe in working hard and not giving up on anything I do. My name means ‘Be Strong’, that is who I am!
Greetings to one and all. My name is Edith, I am a child of the universe and I want to share that every day is a beautiful day. True, our emotions fluctuate but at some point during each day we will recognise that the day is a gift we have received and if we be true to ourselves this will bring a smile and with it feel good energy. We should take this feel good energy and build on it so that each day it comes easier and earlier and like a muscle it will grow, become more evident and gather momentum and we will feel better for it. I believe in kindness and forgiveness towards others and myself. In a couple of months I will begin the first year of my sixth decade on planet Earth. Twenty years ago I was facing a life threatening illness and not doing too well, I am a miracle. I believe we are all miracles. Some would differ it can be a topic for discussion. I am a widow and live with and take care of my 87 year old mother and 7 year old granddaughter to whom I am foster mother. Thankfully both are well. We live in a truly beautiful spot, the Deep South, Cape Peninsula, CT, South Africa, blessed in many ways I have much wonder and appreciation for this. I was born in Cape Town, grew up and completed my education in the best place in the world to have grown up at that time, yes! Zambia in the sun. I have very fond memories of my formative years in Zambia and still consider myself Zambian. It is the national anthem I sang as a child and I loved the then president, KK, Kenneth Kaunda. I returned to South Africa in 1980 to attend college and begin my independent years and in 1982 I moved to the newly independent Zimbabwe where I spent the next 21 years before returning to my roots in 2003. I have extensive administrative experience - getting things organised, getting things done. With a stable track record, I am able to diversify within different industries. As part of a team I have a strong focus to resolve challenges and enjoy leaving any tasks I am busy with in a user friendly state (do unto others). I pride myself on my attention to detail & due diligence, going the extra mile in terms of improved efficiency and cost effectiveness. I did a one year secretarial course in 1980 and my working life began from there. Living and learning life then became what I did, marriage, babies, etc. I guess I was lazy to further my qualifications, in hindsight I think I would have made a damn good surgeon LOL. Seriously, I have good eye, hand coordination, a good touch, and, consciously, I have become better at threading the needle. I believe strongly in being true to and honest with myself and I think I was then because family means more to me than a career. And now, I am ready to start that next chapter in my career. I am blessed. I have over the years done various short courses including a deep tissue massage course so I am a certified masseuse however I only massage family and friends as I am no longer physically (strength and stamina) up to doing a job I am comfortable to charge for. Thought that was worth mentioning as it brings me pleasure to help others breathe and take time out. I have always worked in administrative support positions from Girl Friday to Executive PA and everything in between and in many different industries. My last couple of jobs have been from home (virtual) and in a new field namely customer service. This shift was challenging and I am proud to say I managed it pretty well. Working from home is what is necessary at this time given my current living circumstances. This change and the challenge that came with it reminded me that I have strong determination which is a very good thing. I am concerned for my granddaughter’s generation and what life will be like for them as adults, especially the environment they will find themselves in physically, mentally, emotionally. I would love to become more knowledgeable and active in the conservation of water, a precious natural resource that as long as it comes out of the tap when we open the tap many do not really appreciate just how precious it is and therefore the need to respect and conserve it. And, I would love to see the curricula in our educational systems adapting to educating our children to be more self-aware, mindful and able to guide their minds when it comes to EQ. Easy does it.
Hello, I’m Deborah! I was born in Congo RDC and came to Cape Town South Africa in October 2012 to study at university. I have a National diploma in Financial accounting and a diploma in Financial information system. I am an ambitious young lady and I love to be surrounded by positive people. I’m a dedicated and conscientious team player with the ability to provide support and advice to people, customers, or co-workers and make a difference. I am organized, responsible, very loyal, focused and I can have the work done on time and meet deadlines. While doing my National diploma I was also working as a part time customer service sales representative. I became full time agent right after I graduated at university. I am a customer relation professional with more that six years of experience in customer service work, inbound and outbound calls, emails and social media. I have excellent verbal skills with the ability to communicate my thoughts and information in a clear and easy to understand manner. I am confident that the experience, the capabilities I have make me ready for any opportunity. I speak French, English, Swahili, and Lingala I love singing and dancing, reading, and my favorites animals are dogs and cats. Looking forward to be part of Zagenie family! Thank you!
Live and love as if there is no tomorrow! Hi, my name is Emmerentia. I was born in the beautiful city of Cape Town, South Africa, in the ‘60’s, which means that I'm an original, retro hippie chick at heart with the good, old-fashioned values to back it up. The highs and lows I’ve dealt with in life have taught me a valuable lesson…time is not guaranteed and is therefore not to be lost. I am enjoying my journey, still learning new life lessons and growing to become the person I am meant to be. I must pay tribute to the University of Experience and the School of Hard Knocks for the valuable contributions you have made to my life path thus far. Stronger. Wiser. Blessed. My passion is to help others to reach their full potential. It is even more difficult to do that in one’s own life (it’s so easy giving advice to others, isn’t it?) but making a direct contribution or figuratively planting a seed and watching it take root in someone else’s life is deeply rewarding. We are on this planet to live good lives and to make a positive difference to our direct environment, wherever our feet may fall. Aim for the stars; never forget your roots. Be yourself, stay humble, be kind, be grateful, make love an action…not a word. My mission is to help people from all walks of life, gain financial independence, while caring for the world around us. Learn how to earn. Make sure you have a meal, an income, clothes, a home and good health. There is no planet B. I’m a big fan of renewable resources, organic gardens and farming and hugging a tree. Helping our paw-legged friends in shelters, finding furever homes much faster. Same for birds, horses, donkeys, circus prisoners and liberating zoos. I am an excellent chef in my kitchen 😊 and I love baking (to put it mildly). My cakes and tarts are wickedly good and not being gluten intolerant is still my highlight of the previous decade! My downtime is spent walking, jogging, going to the beach, horse riding and playing golf. With over 38 years’ combined experience, accumulated by time spent in the corporate world and having 3 businesses over the years, I have a wealth of experience to share and utilize. Words, in a personal bio, aren't plentiful. Not to me, at least. I feel that the chances of someone reading about what your opinion is of yourself and BELIEVING it is remote. The tough part is that you don't know me, nor I you, yet I'm trying to “convince” you that what I say is who I am as a person and that what I say is what it is. The eyes are windows to the soul…that isn't exactly happening here, and that sense cannot always be replaced through words alone. So, the moral of the story is that what I list below as my key character traits, strengths, weaknesses, achievements, experience, etc. is in reality simply just that. Traits: Dedicated, honest, loyal, trustworthy, tenacious, dependable, creative, methodical, sense of integrity, ethical, tough but fair, empathetic, lighthearted and friendly. Strengths: Comfortable in a team environment or working independently, management, skills utilization, delegation, human relations, conflict resolution, analysis, strategizing, implementation, problem solving, business administration. Weaknesses: Impatience, self-critique, injustice and rudeness stirs my temper, being micro-managed, cheesecake. Experience: Sales, sales management, customer relationship management, business administration, directorship and general management of 3 x businesses previously owned/co-owned. Summary: A self-starter who gets what's required done, pronto. I am self-motivated, enjoy new challenges and try my best to excel at what's before me. I love working with people, as this is simply my passion.
“The key to unlocking complexity, is simplicity itself” This is the lesson that I have learned time and time again, not just in business, but life as well. Hence my perspective, in that we can complicate life or take a pragmatic approach. I grew up in a single parent household, with my father and younger sister, uncommon in my community whereby most single parent would be one’s mother, but this has shaped my thinking…not everything is what it seems. Firmly believe that personal and moral growth is a direct consequence of uplifting communities and protecting the vulnerable. Recently, I was the MD of a rural firefighting programme and still remains one of my passions in terms of assisting underserviced communities. I’ve worked in television, mainly satellite broadcasting, the South African revenue service, back into broadcasting, then firefighting and now green economy initiatives including a component of green building construction and manufacturing. Personally, an avid motorcycle enthusiast as well as a proponent of animal welfare. As you will notice from my pictures, motorcycles and pets. Right now, we have 10 pets, 4 dogs and 6 cats. All are adopted and some rescued, save for the German Shepherd.
Born and raised in South-Africa by a single mother in humble surroundings. Doing Taekwondo for years and attained my International black belt with the following principles, this was apart of my childhood that guided me into my adult life: Showing courtesy to others no matter what level of society labelled them; training continuously whether I was up for it or not; showing integrity, even when no one was watching; perseverance when I wanted to give up; self control when it was difficult to compose myself and learning from my couch to have a indomitable Spirit. Finishing school it was expected of me to follow in the "Afrikaaner Man's" footsteps to have a job where you work many long hours a day, week in and week out, get your salary, sleep and repeat. My passion for music gave me the confidence to follow my heart and to head towards Cape Town for a short holiday, but I ended up staying here and studied for Audio Engineering, whilst completing my studies and gaining experience in the industry. COVID19 affected the industry drastically and I had decided to use my spare time productively by enrolling in courses such as Social Media marketing and Programming. I also started a small business where I rent out my sound equipment and host small gatherings and events. Helping friends with their business promotions and seeing how people enjoyed the events I have hosted, it made me realize that I have a passion to better others and their circumstances. Following my dreams against all odds lead me to where I am today and to appreciate every single moment by not wondering about the past or worrying about the future. Focusing on the task at hand and having it complete well within the deadline is what I strive to achieve and I love learning and gaining knowledge along the way to further myself in everything and anything I get the opportunity for. I am ready for new challenges and know that having a healthy work balance will help me to reach my full potential.
I am ambitious and driven. I thrive on challenges and constantly set goals for myself, so I have something to strive towards. Not only that, but I’m always looking for ways and opportunities to better myself and achieve greatness. I’m highly organized, always take notes and use a series of tools to help myself stay on top of deadlines. Furthermore, I keep a clean workspace and filing system, so I’d always be able to find what I need. Also, I find this increases efficiency and helps me stay on task. In addition, I love meeting new people and learning about their stories, it always gives me new perspectives. I can almost always find common ground with strangers, and I like making them feel at home in my presence. I find this skill is especially helpful when dealing with new clients or even strangers when meeting for the first time. I am result-oriented, constantly checking in with the results to determine how close or far I am, and what it will take to make it happen. Pressure inspires and acts as a great motivator. I pride myself on making sure people have the right information because it drives better results, and I feel a sense of responsibility to keep everyone on the same page when it comes to work-related matters. I would describe my personality as a little of everything. Likewise, I am creative, adventurous, driven, curious, enthusiastic, observant, positive, and self-aware. This is what makes me easy to work with and makes the people who surround me happy to be in my presence. When it comes to my work I am attentive, helpful, patient, respectful, supportive, and very flexible. This is what I believe makes me so easy to adapt to any situation thrown my way. Life is full of ups and downs. I know this is a cliché, but this phrase summarizes my whole existence. Sometimes my life is fun, happy, and almost enviable and at times my life is sad boring, and uninspiring. I have never tried to be perfect, but one thing is true — I AM WHO I AM.
I’m a proactive recent college graduate (International certificate in Cyber Defence) from the Institute of Advanced Cyber Defence in Sandton, South Africa. During the course of my academic career, I also managed to accrue nearly 10 years of work experience. I had the privilege of working for Absa Bank Limited as a Forex Teller and an International Banking Consultant, where I learned valuable professional skills in foreign exchange, global banking, and branch operations. While working at Absa bank, I was exposed to a culture that had a high demand of customer or client services. I learnt to be a much organised individual and now able to deal with projects at hand and also to work under enormous pressure. I was awarded Teller of the year for two consecutive years and had been an ”A” performer influencing my colleagues to do the same. The role of being second in charge at the Teller department empowered me to lead, supervise and initiate action. I empowered myself by studying and finishing a Certificate in Banking, after which I registered and obtained a Higher Diploma in Banking specialising in Treasury and International Banking. My passion for International Banking and Financial markets led me to register and obtain a certificate for Regulation and Ethics of the SA Financial Markets with the South African Institute of Financial Markets. In 2015 I wrote an article about ” My purpose and Journey” within Barclays Africa and won that competition for a trip to Robben Island to meet the then Barclays Africa CEO Maria Ramos and the late political icon Amhed Kathrada. My broad range of interests brings me into contact with the diversity of people and that talent South Africa and the world offers. I want to promote this talent and creative output especially of local people. I am a hard worker, good organizer, very good with numbers, energetic and responsible individual. I started my schooling with a desire and passion to make an impact to every situation encountered. Education has taught me that world of work does not need greater minds, but the determination and desire to what one does. In both my academic and professional life, I have been praised as a hard-working individual by my lectures and peers. Whether working on academic, extracurricular, or professional projects, I apply proven teamwork, best customer service and critical thinking skills. I’m a very spiritual person who is passionate about the well being of others. My love for God led me to dedicate each morning into writing and sharing daily prophetic words and worship songs to my entire network including friends in Europe, and also guiding some on their spiritual journeys.
I have been involved in the music industry for the better part of my life. As a performer and creator, I have had the opportunity to entertain many people over the years. I have a great passion for music and the arts in general. As an avid reader, I take great pleasure in immersing myself in the prose of those who are highly skilled in the literary arts. This stood me in great stead when I embarked on a course in Journalism a million years ago. Although I never completed the course, certain skills have stuck with me to this day. My journalistic endeavour was eclipsed by my musical passion. A passion that has given me much joy and also lead to much heartache. Nonetheless, being a staunch collector of music, it wasn’t long before I utilised this collection, and branched out into spinning records on dance floors around the country. Having grown up in Cape Town, South Africa, in the ‘80s, I was embroiled in the struggle for freedom. Battling the apartheid regime. This struggle, which was so much a part of everyday life, gave me a sense of something bigger than myself. A sense of community and belonging to something that was more important than my own personal well-being. Generally speaking, I would like to believe that I am an artist at heart. When I say that I don't mean that I like to draw or paint or any of the other physical manifestations of art. What I mean is that I approach life as art. If that makes any sense. I am the proverbial Jack of all trades. Master of a few. I think my biggest asset is that I am always willing to learn. That is something that I intend to keep doing until the last breath escapes my body.
"All things are possible" I love the outdoors, travelling, animals and people. I was an ardent hiker, and this allowed me to visit some of the most amazing hiking trails in South Africa. What inspires me most is the ability to positively impact the lives of others through the plethora of skills I have acquired over the many years of experience. I have the ability to add value wherever I am placed. I am energised by strategy, new challenges, and the search for the most efficient and impactful solutions. My career began in education. As an educator I enjoyed the children. I know this will always be part of who I am as I will always be passionate about teaching and will continue sharing knowledge, mentoring, and coaching, etc. I ventured into the corporate environment as I excelled with my financial skills and thought that my career would entail the chartered accountant route. I did the required academics, got the job and my focus was numbers and more numbers. Again, I was challenged because my love for people was not satisfied. I once again did a complete change in my career by studying, job shadowing and taking on projects in the learning and development and human resource departments. One of my memorable periods was asking the CFO of the organisation to give me the opportunity to split my job in two areas to show my capabilities and therefore be considered for a position that was eventually created for me. This was exciting and I thrived in this environment. I felt like I was adding value as the position focused on the growth and development of the youth, once again. I knew that I could accomplish more and add more value through venturing out on my own. I started my own business which offers the services of learning and development, strategy, human resources and finance. This has been an exciting journey with many challenges.
Born in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo but I am currently live in South Africa ( Cape Town) about 7 years I am Married to Magalie since 2018 and we have a 2 years old girl. I am a honest, ambitious, friendly, reliable and motivated person. I’m a skilled individual who has excellent training as a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA). As a result, I have good knowledge of routing, switching, network applications, protocols, services, and wireless skills. I am a self-motivated person and I try to exceed my superior’s expectations with high-quality work. Being a fast learner, I quickly pick up business knowledge related to my project. An experienced and customer service with a strong interest to increase customer satisfaction and at the same time making sure all of the operations are being done properly. I believe my strengths are that I am a person who can work under a lot of stress and have excellent communication skills which enable me to handle a leadership position as wells work in a team. I care deeply about workplace professionalism. I regard myself to be a very open minded person, ready for new challenge when it comes to technology. People consider me to be a social, temperament person who does not hesitate in giving my opinion for what I think and believe in. I have always enjoyed meeting new people and it comes naturally to me to maintain a lot of relationships. I love trying new things, creating new methods, and introducing new ideas. I love watching soccer specially when Leo Messi plays , movies and playing games.
Let's get to know Wandisile Mboxela was born in Cape Town, I’m the last born of four siblings parents background from the beautiful province of the Eastern Cape in Alice, My background was very poor parents had to move to Cape Town where all four siblings born. All my primary education, higher education done here in Cape Town, while was at school developed love for Sport, now I’m applying that love for sport to the young kids in my community keep them out of trouble, we grow up with a lot of trouble in my community now trying to chase that away, to build bright future to the young people by involving them in sport education activities, sport and education goes together if you want to build better future for others. Coming from where I came from hard work pays, I was offered a Learnership qualification which introduced me to corporate world quite extensively. Good written and verbal communication skills in at least two of three official languages of the Western Cape, problem solving and conflict management with good planning and organizational skills, ability to handle information as confidential and good interpersonal skills, to contribute and become part of a successful organization that motivate its employees to utilize their skill and talent effectively and efficiently, the knowledge and skills which I acquired over that period of time equipped me for future positions. I am a hard working individual, and eager to learn, I was recently employed due to covid19 company layoff some staff. I was employed as Accounts Controller at Tourvest Travel Service and this involves extensive client interaction. Deliver an effective admin support service to staff and clients, communicate with suppliers regarding outstandings, verbally, via mail and telephonically. I have highly knowledge of Tourism and Hospitality which I achieved through Theta, Tourism Hospitality and Sport Education Training Authority. Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change, and I’m looking forward to be the part and the future of ZaGenie Thank you…
I was born in Port Elizabeth (now Gqeberha), South Africa. I’m an outgoing person who is both introverted and extroverted depending who I’m with. I enjoy meeting and interacting with new people because I believe this is how you learn and grow as a person. I’m forever looking for new adventures or challenges. I’m a go-getter, never afraid to fail because we learn more from our failures and build character from them. I believe one is never too old to learn something new things. “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks” doesn’t apply in my life. I enjoy the outdoors especially hiking, which has exposed me to some of the most beautiful hiking trails in South Africa. I also love taking game drives and explore our nature especially the animals in their natural habitats. I haven’t had the opportunity to travel beyond the borders of my country. Hopefully one day I’ll travel the world, meet different people and get to experience diverse cultures and cuisines. I had dreams of becoming a medical doctor but due to financial difficulties I settled for a National Diploma in Biomedical Technology. At least I got to work in the medical environment with doctors and other medical personnel for about 5 years. I realised that working in a laboratory was not suitable for my personality because I love people, I enjoy interacting with different people. I enrolled for a Diploma in Marketing and that led me to the pharmaceutical industry where I combined both my medical background and the marketing qualification. I worked in Sales and Marketing departments. I also had the opportunity to turn my passion for fashion into a business adventure and started my online clothing store which was a very exciting and challenging adventure. I leant a lot about importing and e-commerce. When motherhood happened and I took a break to become a stay home mom. I got involved in fitness and nutrition business. I realised that the entrepreneurship bug has got me and needed to empower myself to avoid mistakes I made in my previous business adventures, that is when I decided to register for a BCom degree in entrepreneurship via Unisa, which what I’m currently busy with. I am also teaching English as a foreign language online on freelance basis. I plan to also learn one or two foreign languages as I plan to travel the world in the not-so-distant future. I’m excited about the future and learning more in this university of life.
My Bio will tell you about my past and present. The past is important but nothing is more important as the present ME! The Beautiful and strong ME! The ME that makes the people who know and love me happy to be in my presence, the present me is what matters. My values and morals and my way of thinking are what is important, the past was just the "making of", the preview one see's of movies and series, the past is an ancient scroll where most of my life is narrated by my parents, teachers, siblings and the other significant people who come and go from one's life, My present is the true picture of what I am and who I am so let me give you insight into who I am: I am a straight talker yet I am loving and a helpful person who is always willing to learn new things, I follow rules only when it makes sense and is fair. I was born to a mixed-race couple in the "old South Africa (during apartheid)" while the political climate was unstable and in its rebirth stage, my mixed-race background has made me culturally rich. Ancestrally I come from a diverse lineage, I have a Scottish and Irish father, a mother with little french a little Indian (Afghan and Pakistani), I have a little of everything, which has made me the odd one out as I look different from the rest of my family, I do not fit in with the brown people, I do not fit in with the white people and there is nothing wrong with that I do not need to be labeled to feel like I belong, I am one of the reasons why our country is known as the rainbow nation a mix and mashed beautiful product of all that is good. My personality and likes have made me the odd one out and the weird one, luckily my husband is just as weird as I am, I always tell him my weird matches his weird, it makes us a perfect match, we were made for each other destined to be together almost as if it was written in the stars, a destiny fulfilled with a happy future in the ahead of us. Happy and together forever and always, I still find it hard to believe that there is someone out there who not only gets me, who understands me, my way of thinking, and the way I view the world but most importantly who LOVE'S ME for ME! I consider myself spiritual and not religious although I was raised catholic and attended a convent where a lot of who I am today was made. The making of ME! The sisters of mercy and catholicism had the opposite of the intended effect on me I am not deeply rooted in the catholic faith, even though I had many lovable and amazing teachers and friends who made my school days worthwhile. Religion does not make sense to me and I consider much of it to be untrue, designed and shaped to manipulate and to rule the masses or one could say those who prefer not to think for themselves who would rather be sheep and led to the slaughterhouse willingly. My philosophy is this: as long as I love myself and my neighbor I believe I'm living the right way and try to instill those principles and values in my two sons. I believe that knowing and giving Love encompasses all the values needed to live a healthy life, Love naturally breeds, respect, forgiveness, and mindfulness. Love means living from the heart when one lives from the heart it naturally voids the ego, the ego destroys the manically malevolent whereas the heart creates and builds, Love is a tool with which one can build a life rich in emotional health, enlightenment, and mental stability. Love is my church, love is my essence and if ever I am in doubt I read up on the writings left to us by all the great masters, Jesus, Muhammed, Buddha the Dalai lama and so many more masters, some of whom are more modern and still living and basically all their writings convey the message of Love. So this me and there is more to me than what is written here, but what is written here is more than enough to get to know me better.
I would consider myself a mix of both introverted and extroverted. I love being around and working with people but I also enjoy my own company. I’m also very family orientated. Family is everything to me! My passions are a mix between working with/building fruitful relationships with people whether it be in the workplace or day to day life, I love helping people and bringing out the best of those around me. Outside of that I also love doing anything to do with being outdoors. I’m always up for an adventure such as hiking, camping or even just a walk along the beach. I’m also passionate about and absolutely love animals. I’ve done horse-riding practically my entire life and it’s so therapeutic for me, to just get out into the country and get my mind off everything going on. I was born in Johannesburg, but lived majority of my life in the beautiful mother city known as Cape Town. I’ve never got the chance to travel outside of South Africa, however it is something I have always wanted to do and I know I will accomplish in the future. In the meantime, there’s actually so many parts of my own country that I haven’t even experienced yet, so I’d love to start there. My work life has involved various industries, starting off with retail and moving on to the sales environment both internal and external. I could say I had a certain plan for my life and career, but that all changed when I unexpectedly fell pregnant with my son. I then went from being an independent, carefree person to spending the last few months staying at home with my child. Which has honestly been life changing and I wouldn’t change a thing! However it’s now time to get back into the working world and do everything in my power to give my son the life he deserves and one I wish I had growing up.
Rome wasn't built in a day. I’m of a very friendly nature and love to be with people who aren’t selfish. I am ambitious and will do anything to achieve my aim - "The Universe applauds action not thought" I’m of a very adventurous nature and love to find good in everything I see. There are many things that make us depressed or upset, but that doesn’t mean that we stop living. You dust yourself off, honor the difficult times for the lesson it taught you, and walk away stronger and wiser. Independence and confidence were key in my life from a young age with venturing to the UK straight after school, and eventually ending up in Cape Town as my dream destination to live a happy balanced life where beautiful sunsets are part of your everyday life, and reminds you that dreams do come true. My professional life started as a labourer painting parks in the dire UK winter weather to Insurance consultant for a huge corporate company. Getting to know me over time it became clear that I adapt quickly and take pride in everything I do as I strive to leave everything and everyone better than you found them. Covid19 and the drastic changes that came with it has been the most challenging and rewarding time of my life. With a system that failed us all in so many ways, living a financially stable life is nearly impossible but forced me to get grounded with nature and realize that the best things in life are truly free. My senses for nature, animals, and my overall humility enhanced drastically. We are all just reminded once again that nothing ever goes as planned and that losing everything including your mind might be necessary to make you realize what a strong, resilient, and galactic species we truly are. Realizing this, I am now more than ever ready to spread love and kindness whilst challenging myself with new adventures that push me out of my comfort zone. There is no other time than the present that truly matters. And in this moment I am excited to change my reality and the lives of those around me.
I grew up in a small farm community in the Eastern Cape. The world I knew then was only what was surrounding me; the farm, farm lands, livestock, bushes and forest and two or three other farm dweller families. That was my reality, no big cities or big townships. I never knew anything about big rivers, oceans, lots of animals, no idea of big mountains etc. When I grew up my parents moved to the city, things changed, it was a total new world. My world got so complex and vast. It was when I started visiting beaches, zoo, animal sanctuaries, visit nature reserves and botanical gardens and travelling by boats, ships and fly in aeroplanes. I am now an avid traveller, I also go for walks in the natural environments, listen to birds singing and so on. The world has so much to offer for those who grab these opportunities. As a family man I often visit with my family to city parks, nature reserves, and lots of community projects that take care of animals and the environment. I am both an environmental and social activist, and I have spent most of my life either being involved directly in the protection of fauna and flora or training those who are involved in the same. When I travel or visit other countries I visit mostly destinations that would offer natural and aesthetic beauty to tourists. I also have a huge interest in climate change as it is, among others, influenced by human behaviour, more especially air pollution. I am also interested in religion, more especially African Traditional religion. The reason for my interest in this branch of religion is because it is mostly nature based. In other words it is religion that does not separate between humans and nature. For the adherents of this religion life is one and God manifests himself through nature and therefore taking care of nature is a religious duty. As an environmental and social activist I am involved either through making financial contribution or contributing my time in community projects of different kinds. These projects would include contributing shoes to primary school learners who have no shoes, contributing money to soup kitchens for crèches and unemployed job seekers and many other projects. I am hoping to sustain these initiatives to a level where they can help more people.
Born on outskirts of Belgrade – Serbia in family of 4. Immigrated to South Africa in 1991 “running away” from civil war. Even though that I came to South Africa without papers, money, job or being able to speak English, I made this beautiful country my home. My career took me from being a waiter in the restaurant (my first job here) to Restaurant Manager, Sales Manager in Timeshare Company to MD and CEO of ZA Galvanizing. At the end of the August this year I left my last position of Regional Sales Manager of EXIM International. When it comes to business, I am dedicated, punctual, loyal and organized with the skill set that made me achieve any task in front of me with the high rate of success. Privately, I am nature and animal lover, a bit of the environmentalist and lifelong naturist. I am one of the funders and first Chairman of Western Cape Naturist Association – WCNA and South African National Naturist Association – SANNA. Passionate follower and supporter of South African Rugby and F1 Grand Prix.
I am a 26-year-old woman, born and raised in Johannesburg where I have lived my entire life. One of my biggest aspirations is to travel across South Africa and eventually the world. Although I was bred a city girl, my heart lies at sea. Another one of my aspirations is to own a home along the South African coast, within walking distance to the beach. I have been known as a bookworm since childhood. I always preferred to have my nose in a book rather than watching cartoons, hence my passions are reading, writing, and editing. Taking my love for books into account, I decided to study English literature, linguistics, and journalism. I have a great love for animals, and I currently have four dogs and a cat. I also love being out in nature. I am always keen to go hiking, take a trip to the beach, or take the dogs for a walk in the park. Another one of my interests is fashion. I have my own sewing machine and often create clothing for myself. I believe we are all responsible for our actions, and we decide where we want to go in life. I think if you want to do something, and you believe you can do it, you can. All you have to do is put in the effort. Nothing comes easy, but if you put the work in you will achieve your goals and be anything you want to be. This is something I live by. I also think that building relationships and being able to work with others is extremely important. Succeeding in your endeavors often depends on how you work with and treat people, not just on what you can accomplish on your own. I have only started my journey, but I am looking forward to experiencing new things, building good relationships, and making the most out of every situation or opportunity.
I am a 28-year-old woman who is passionate about youth work in communities across South Africa. I have volunteered my time with NGO’s specifically tailored for the youth in Cape Town, Port Shepstone and East London. I believe that the youth are capable of great things in our country and the entire world, I take great pride in mentoring young girls to believe the above-mentioned statement and to push themselves to get to their goals. The concept of hard work is simply lost in the generation of instant gratification and I believe that every person needs to learn this, starting from a young age. I have dedicated my time to schools as a sports coach, tutor and during Holiday Clubs that teach children ages 12-18 about life skills and the potential that they have. I am family oriented and believe in working hard in all areas of my life. I think of myself as an intelligent and super energetic being, I love all things that make me laugh and I am a super fun person. I am a wife and mom who is devoted and loves her family very much. I am in my final year of a Bachelor of Theology and look forward to working towards a Master’s specializing in Pastoral Care/Social work. My skills range from retail, online teaching and proofreading and editing, and I put my all in what I do. I do not believe in taking short cuts and giving up when the going gets tough, trying and trying again is an attitude that I have taken a liking to and I pour my all in every project that I am involved in. I am a firm believer in serving others and I do that with no motives, other than to be a memory in their lives that brought hope and a new determination. That is who I am and what I stand for, to be a part of something that makes others lives better and gives them the ability to believe in themselves.
Born and bred in beautiful Cape Town, mom to a long-awaited, witty, (inherited from me of course!), amazing, lively little 5-year-old girl, 2 dogs and 2 cats, 'my rescue children'. Married to Tomy, a senior digital content producer hailing from Tennenbronn, Germany. He is as introvert as I am extrovert – the scale balances beautifully. In my spare time (which is limited!) I sketch, paint, and try my hand at baking, while completing a mini-thesis in psychology. University after high school was not an option. I am also a seasoned HR professional, with a passion for people and process, building and maintaining great relationships form the foundation of both who I am, and what I do. And it’s a solid foundation. Hailing from the Pharmaceutical industry, I entered the world of investments about 14 years ago, where after joining as Office Manager, I moved into HR and have been in the HR sphere since. My journey has taken me on many a bumpy road, however, being a glass-half-full type, seasoned by an interesting childhood, and a solid determination to rise above, I march smilingly on. I have a passion for order, automation and software which could aid in optimization, easing transitions and processes. I am resilient with great sense of humour, always welcoming a challenge. I have a firm belief that building and nurturing relationships are paramount to success. I love meeting people and building relationships come naturally to me. I believe it’s the level of connection that counts. I am passionate about my work, I love what I do, and I do it well. I believe that doing what you love is a privilege. Yet, I still long for something more philanthropic in life. To give back, be it ever so small. Being an eternal optimist and peppered with life’s-experiences, I have been shaped into the person I am today. Pragmatic, passionate, and humble. An enormous amount of grit coupled a with good dose of grace! I am not done growing yet, not by a long shot, there are too many interesting, inspiring people to meet along the way, and there is always something to learn and something to contribute in life. It’s the journey that counts and I enjoy every step.
I board people’s family pets for prolonged stays preferably to ease the stress of worrying about their pets in cages. I have been doing the boarding for almost a year now and have a repeat doggo whom I love very much and his month stay is always a blessing. I fostered puppies and cats for shelters and they’ve all been adopted, I rescued a Staffordshire terrier from an outreach with a friend and healed him from the horrible mange he had and he got adopted by someone who flew from JHB and drove back up and now he lives the king life he deserves.
I am Alonzo Van Aarde, born on 9th July 2002. I was raised in Cape Town, South Africa, I am the oldest son out of 6 children, Recently (last year 2020) I have matriculated in my home town, Mitchell’s plain. I never quite had a fixed job but I have had my fair share of holiday jobs in a shoe store it was called first stop shoes in a shopping complex close to home. In my free time I would work private jobs with my father and doing shop fitting and house renovations all over Cape Town. I loved helping my father out. It was also a way for me to have extra pocket money. I also worked at a Taylor blinds company, whereby the production of blinds called Taylor blinds in Montague gardens. I took part in various programs whilst at school, namely, in leadership development skills with a NPO called M.O.V.E and another called J.A.M, where I was taught to run my own business. This was done during my schooling, I have obtained certificates for these courses. These two courses was done over a period of 12 months, I was also an RCL members as well as a Prefect at my school. I am also part of a group called M.O.C (mission of Christ), where I furthered my leadership skills but in a more spiritual sense in doing so we take part in outreach programs and preach the gospel. I speak fluently English and Afrikaans. I am currently studying Japanese, because I am intrigued by it. I am computer literate, Microsoft enabled as well as Linux. I am also a musician. In my spare time, I teach people to play an instrument and also to read music. I also write my own music as well as produce music. I use this skill to help many young and upcoming artists I work with an Organization called My Child Is Your Child, Creating a platform where young people can showcase their talents and make something out of themselves. I live in a rough community where children are killing children and I’ve joined this organization to make a change in a community through various forms of art. My hobbies are, playing different sporting activities, going to the gym, writing music and drawing portraits.
Born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa, I am a 22 year old who could be described as ambitious, hardworking, and a perfectionist. I enjoy being challenged with new tasks, as I believe discomfort allows one to grow and learn. I enjoy teamwork, but I am also capable of working on my own. I believe that communication is an important aspect of any relationship, especially professional ones, as it doesn’t leave any room for errors or misunderstandings. Therefore, I pride myself on being a skilled communicator. I am organised, goal-driven, and I find it very hard to set a task down once I have started. I may not have the most extroverted personality, but I do enjoy socialising with others in any setting. I recently graduated with a BA in English and Communication Science. While completing my degree, I worked as an editorial intern at Highbury Media, where I gained first hand experience in editing, publishing, and social media management. I was also able to sharpen my writing skills, which came in handy as I went on to work as a freelance writer for ClubX Magazine for over a year. Even though I do not have years of experience behind me, I am, however, eager to learn. And a fresh mind is always a benefit. When it comes to my free time, I enjoy reading, writing, and painting. I am also currently learning Italian and intend on tackling many other foreign languages.
I am a positive, happy person who loves all aspects of my life. I love the beach, animals and children. I am a people’s person. I grew up in the Kruger Park and that is where my love for animals and people comes from. Love working with people from all over the world. I have three beautiful children and an amazing mom whom I adore. I received the most precious gift of all very recently when I was blessed by becoming a grandmother. Like most young people and since I can remember, I had a dream… I just wanted to be a teacher when I grow up. Like a lot of young people, I did not have the means to pursue my dream. At the age of sixteen, I started working in the Kruger Park tourist shop as a cashier during school holidays. Naturally, when I matriculated and because I could not attend a college or university to study what my heart desired, I started working for SANParks. I worked in different departments from the tourist shop to finally being promoted to year in advance bookings at SANParks head office. I will always “want to be a teacher in my heart but never will I be disappointed for the foundation I had. Working for SANParks gave me the opportunity, confidence and knowledge to work with tourists from all over the world. They had a huge hand in the way I see people and the quality of work I offer. I will always be thankful. I am a loyal, loving, understanding, empathetic and kind individual. I learned a lot about people over the years. People tend to confide in me and I am a very good listener. I can solve problems easily because people listen to me and usually follow my advice. It makes it a lot easier to solve problems in the work place concerning personnel and clients too. I have a sixth sense about people and it usually turns out to be spot on. The way in which I treat people, they will follow my orders without question. I learned a lot during my years working for different companies and working in different departments and environments. I know how to handle myself and every situation and challenge I am faced with. I am hard working and not afraid to learn new things. I am a quick learner and I always follow through on everything I do. Even if it is a new challenge I have to tackle and always give a hundred and one percent doing everything that has to be done. I am not afraid to walk the extra mile and to do everything to the best of my ability. I gained a lot of professional work experience. This includes... working as a reservations officer, receptionist, personal assistant, book keeper, financial administrator, school tutor and even running my own business for several years. I loved all the careers I pursued but my favorite by far was the work I have done with clients. It would be a honor and privilege to invest the experience I have gained and the skills I have mastered into your company and to share it with the world.
Marketing Consultant @ Colombo, Sri Lanka MBA (UK), Certified professional Marketer (Asia), Chartered Marketer, MCIM (UK) ,PGDipM (UK), MSLIM (SL) During my tenure in Audit firm, Financial Industry, Media Organization, Educational Institute, Retail Industry, Petroleum Industry, FMCG Company, Entrepreneur & Marketing Consultant , I gained wealth of knowledge & experience, all spiced with a well-honed instinct for positive marketing. With over twenty Four years of relevant experience I am adept at executing any tasks associated with the job. Marketing Consultant - (01/ 2021 – to date) Designed & implemented marketing strategies according to client’s objectives and budget, execute task and monitoring out comes. Influenced team members to establish most effective tools & methods, liaised with top Mgt & give strategic direction & findings. DGM – Marketing - (09/2019 – 12/ 2020) Lanka Sathosa Ltd (LSL) - Ministry of Trade Awarded & won SLIM - Nielsen People’s Awards for LSL, planned & implemented all marketing & advertising campaigns and increased imaged. Drives traffic to store & improved profitability by creating operational in-store action plans, designed & streamlined business strategies, turning around the company (LSL) by increasing foot fall level & basket value. Alliance with Pickme and Postal Dpt. tested and delivered groceries to customers’ doorstep , managed to design of LSL web site, developed & launched e-commerce platform & simplified website booking forms and also achieved highest sales of Rs.17.5Bn in first half 2020 at LSL history. General Manager - (08/2017 –09/ 2019) Infinity Foods (Pvt) Ltd - Market Trader (Pvt) Ltd Responsibility of the overall imported beverages and snacks foods portfolio and tested viability, including strategy direction and P&L. Leveraged new ideas to improved overall business, maintained of all KPI’s and in charge of the Mkt budget and reinforced the brand image . Brand Manager - (08/2015 –08/2017) Lanka Spice (Pvt) Ltd (LSL) - “Mc Currie” Delivered properly the marketing mix, simplified website of “Mc Currie” to increase the profitability, comprehensive strategic PR programs for the exploitation of LSL, channel marketing strategy, excellence in trade execution & secured top tier events for marketing & developed new slogan. Developed and presented the TV commercial to build image of the “Mc Currie” position as a premium brand in the minds of target market segment, turnaround of brand performance & maximized turnover of the year 2016. Head of Sales & Marketing - (03/2011 - 07/2015) The Golden Lane Shops - Maldives Exceeded Mrf.10.2M sales for month of July 2011 in “GL” history, Coached team members to improve their skills & achieved work quality. Responsible for rebranded “GL Style” into one of the strongest sports & casual ware brands in Maldives, has been able to achieved double digits’ growth, successfully handle commercials in Dhi T/V, MNBC, Raajje Radio and adverts on Haveeru newspapers to increased the awareness. Work as a part time Consultant / Trainer for The Hawks (Pvt) Ltd, (B2B Business) in Male, Maldives - (1/11/2012-11/2//2015) Brand Manager - (02/2008 – 03/2011) Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing (SLIM) Managed & maintained two brands, which were the Buckinghamshire new university MBA (BUCKS) & Certified Professional Marketer (CPM) status at the AMF and led colleagues and delegated teams to monitor sales. I was an active part of the team that launched "BUCKS MBA" program in Sri Lanka and monitor overall performance of the two brands. Published adverts, strategic alliances with advertising & media agencies, coordinate with head office in UK effectively build brand image in SL. Business Development. Executive. - (04/2005 – 02/ 2008) Wijeya Newspapers Ltd (WNL) An accomplished Mgt. executive for the launch of “IT Times” brand in SL. Identified innovative marketing campaigns, negotiated with major super markets to successful distribution of magazine of the in Island wide and delivered to Sri Lankan Airlines as well & increased the penetration level. Senior Marketing Executive. - (09/2003 – 04/ 2005) Leader Investment (Pvt) Ltd (Forex) Presented for real-time Forex trading advisory services to clients, ensuring they gain maximum return on investment & won customer confidence, reduced & resolved complained, ensured that all clients data was safely stored. build network with top line customers. I was an active part of the team in opening new branch office in Kandy City and led trained & motivated team to manage profitability. Chairman / Managing Director - (12/2001 – 09/2003) AMS Holdings (“SAP” Tea) Responsible for the launched “SAP” brand of tea and negotiated the longer payment terms with suppliers, reduced short expired return stock and saved money, ensured the optimal brand visibility of "SAP" tea. Improved overall penetration of “SAP” range of tea southern provincial area, suburbs of Colombo as well as some of identified super market in the country and maximized sales and streamlined the route plan. Established to worked as a Group Internal Audit Assistant at Sumathi Holdings & presented new findings to the Mgt.- (03/2000 -12/ 2001) During my career as an Audit Trainee at B.R.de Silva & Company, I have managed to visit varies types of companies - (04/1997 - 03/2000) Produced Student at St. Aloysius College – Galle, Sri Lanka (1979 – 1993)
I am outgoing, dedicated and love new challenges! I believe that a person should work on developing their skills and learning new things all the time. I love sports gaming and fishing during my “downtime”. I believe treating people with integrity and respect will always yield great relationships. I love spending as much time as I can with my family and loved ones. I believe working together as a whole we can achieve great things. I am very optimistic and very open minded when dealing with day-to-day life. I love my animals as they truly bring the best out of me if I have had a long challenging day. Working as a Manager in the Hospitality industry for nearly a decade I have learnt many valuable lessons and feel I have grown each year bringing great personality, enthusiasm and constructive ideas to the table. I have a positive outlook on life and I wish to share that positivity with you someday! Showing compassion for others in this industry and any industry I believe will always get positive results. I am, because we are. Bound together in ways that are invisible, humanity is all about being one. Caring unconditionally, and sharing with everyone around us. Combining a salient philosophy of caring and sharing, with the strength of unity and community. We can determine the course of humanity and our destiny, by challenging the digital status quo. “I am, because we are. Together.”
WorldQuant University is an accredited not-for-profit advancing global education with entirely free offerings in data sciences. The mission of WorldQuant University is to make advanced, quality education accessible to capable students everywhere by leveraging technology at scale to deliver entirely free online programs. Education is most effective when educators, employers, and students work together to create pathways for mutual success. Technology makes advanced learning locally available across geographies and enhances outcomes by connecting capable candidates and prospective employers. With student enrollment in more than one hundred countries, our MSc in Financial Engineering Program and Applied Data Science module deliver rigorous curriculum developed by domain experts. From anywhere in the world, students are guided by professionally experienced faculty to develop the high-level quantitative and data-driven skills in high demand across industries. WorldQuant University is U.S.-based and accredited by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC). Every major industry is growing its soft-quant and hard-quant workforce. With every passing year, more employers want job applicants with data science and analytics skills. We can’t educate qualified people fast enough. We’re using financial engineering and data science education to build multidisciplinary strengths students can apply to their future careers. There are many obstacles to inspiring the next generation of data-driven experts. Cost shouldn’t be one of them. Our offerings are entirely free. We are committed to helping the most capable students advance themselves and improve the world through data science.
I am a fun loving guy! I am a lover of spirituality, people, animals, arts, music, philosophy, psychology, books and technology! My hometown is in Elsies River, a small community in Cape Town, where I am currently residing as well. In primary school, I was bullied for reasons which at that time I could make sense of but do now. My need to fit in helped me discover my love for chess and classical music. I was ''religiously'' brought up in the Christian tradition until it stopped serving me around 2012 completely. I was completely lost especially after my mom's passing in 2011 from which I asked the question to myself that there must be more to life than earthly wealth because I simply discovered that it doesn't bring the happiness that my parents and society told me. I knew that there must be more to life. My deep need to help my family after my mom's passing led my to cut my investment banking career in Johannesburg as a quant very short. I follow the Buddhist way life as best as I can because it help me understand the nature of my own suffering and of others. I simply hate to see people suffer. I try to help people in which ever way I can. I finished a Bsc in Mathematics and Statistics, honours in Computational Finance and an incomplete MSc. I worked as a Senior Fund Accountant mostly. I am a part-time musician and love dancing. I love people but I am more introverted. I most prefer my own company. I am too sensitive lol. I love teaching as well! I was a part-time lecturer in Statistics but I tutored maths from my second year. This also helped myself and parents. My hard work helped me to get get scholarhips to cover the rest of my studies. I worked as a barman. I am a part-time musician. Played in the Cape Town Youth Philharmonic and my music center's symphony orchestras. I love and thank all my teachers! Everyone is generally my teacher. A little more about my childhood. It was ok with the usual joyful moments and traumas. I did what my parents expected and was occasionally rewarded. I attended school in my community until my need for better education and passion for music landed me a scholarship to go to any school of my choice. This all happened in the middle of my high school career. The switch opened my eyes. Better education where suddenly from the one of the top students at my old high school to the weakest. But I was welcomed nevertheless by all! As a member of the LGBTI community, it created a loving safe space to come out to.
I was born in Nelspruit, Mpumalanga, but raised in Jozini, Kwa-Zulu Natal and a Diver at heart. School Holidays was spent on the beach and in the ocean at Sodwana Bay. My Passion for acting started at a young age when I was approached by my arts teacher to play the lead as “Joseph” in that year’s school play, “Joseph and his technicolor dream coat”. In 2006, I moved to Saldanha bay Naval Base to conduct my basic training and upon completion, reported to Simon’s Town Naval Base Diving Centre. I worked at the Naval Diving Centre until mid- 2007, but reported for duty aboard SAS Spioenkop (Naval Warship) later that year and for the rest of my stay in the SA Navy. I resigned from the SA Navy at the end of 2009 to further pursue my childhood passion for Acting, after it had been re-ignited back in 2007, when a Production Company came to shoot the one part series, “Diver’s Down”, at the Naval Diving Base where I was stationed. Since then, I performed numerous small roles in Films and TV Shows with goals and aspirations to become a successful actor in the industry. Years later and struggling in the industry I started a Photography business in 2017 shooting headshots for actors in the industry and also specializing in Real Estate Photography. I also worked in the hospitality industry during this time working my way up to head of staff at a fine dining Italian Restaurant in the Bellville area of Cape Town. December 2018 I made the very hard decision to hang up my Actor’s hat and retire from the industry as I needed to make a change. So with a fire in my belly and a pursuit of a new career I embarked on an old passion within the boating world. I completed my Yacht Master Coastal and SAS Day Skipper certificate followed by a plane ticket to Nice, France. I spent a month walking countless amount of steps that would make “Discovery Vitality” proud on the docks of the various harbors handing out my cv in an attempt to book work as crew on board. With a few days worth of day work under the belt and finally booking an interview for a possible crew position, my visa expired and I needed to come home. Luckily I was being strongly considered for a position aboard but I needed to wait for the boat to come out of the drydock. With this I flew back to SA with a hopeful heart knowing that I would soon return to France. As things go, the opportunity was cancelled (Owner preferred a merger of the two available roles and he preferred a female). What to do now? Unemployed and with depleted finances of not being able to return I started looking for work and was unemployed until Sept the same year when I finally got an opportunity to begin work as a Junior Site Supervisor for a Construction Business (not ideal, but hey challenge accepted and gotta pay dem bills son!). I have since then worked for the same company, building weigh bridges, expanding warehouses, pouring concrete floors and laying paving. I have learned so much and have grown allot since then. Recently I approached and dusted off my photography equipment again and am in the process of starting this up as well. Being in the construction industry has sparked allot of ideas and have given me a new passion for real estate, especially as an Investor. People tend to describe me as ambitious, hardworking, punctual and goal-oriented. I have high attention to detail and work really well in both a team environment and on my own. I am pro-active, a problem solver and creative at heart. I won’t stop until the project or task is completed. More personally I enjoy the outdoors, love being fit and healthy and spending my off time with my most valuable assets; family and friends. Short term goals: – To learn and grow the new skills required to perform given tasks efficiently and with excellence. -To prove myself a valuable asset, as a hardworking, dependable and trustworthy individual to my fellow colleagues, managers and seniors. Long term goals: -To become one of the best in my department and be seen as the go to guy for a specific job or task. -To become manager and coach to younger generations looking to enter my industry. -To eventually run a team of managers, teaching them to effectively run their teams with excellence. I believe in serving others with excellence. The effort you put in will reap the results you desire. I also believe that being truthful, respectful and trustworthy are very important keys to success and I strive to live by these principles daily.
I am passionate about my work. Because I love what I do, I have a steady source of motivation that drives me to do my best. In my last job, this passion led me to challenge myself daily and learn new skills that helped me to do better work. I am ambitious and driven. I thrive on challenges and constantly set goals for myself, so I have something to strive toward. I’m not comfortable with settling, and I’m always looking for an opportunity to do better and achieve greatness. I am an excellent communicator. I pride myself on making sure people have the right information because it drives better results. Most business issues stem from poor communication, so I feel a responsibility to keep everyone on the same page. I am results-oriented, constantly checking in with the goal to determine how close or how far away we are and what it will take to make it happen. I find this pressure inspiring and a great motivator for the rest of the team. I am highly organized. I always take notes, and I use a series of tools to help myself stay on top of deadlines. I like to keep a clean workspace and create a logical filing method so I’m always able to find what I need. I find this increases efficiency and helps the rest of the team stay on track, too. I’m a people-person. I love meeting new people and learning about their lives and their backgrounds. I can almost always find common ground with strangers, and I like making people feel comfortable in my presence.
Education First (EF) provides life-changing education for global citizens. For over 50 years, our mission has been to give confidence and freedom to people of all ages, nationalities and backgrounds. With the desire to define your own path in life, and a little courage, Education First opens up a world of possibilities. We transform dreams into international opportunities. We combine language training with cultural exchange, academic achievement and educational travel to deliver courses and programs that transform dreams into international opportunities. In the early 1960s, a young Swedish man named Bertil Hult traveled to England for the first time. As a dyslexic, school had always been a challenge for him. But he was surprised by how effortlessly he picked up English in England. Bertil became convinced that traditional classroom-based teaching was not always the most effective. In 1965, he decided to start a small company called Europeiska Ferieskolan (European Holiday School – EF for short) that combined language learning with travel abroad. He called the program Språkresor, or Language Travel, which provided one of the world's first hands-on learning experiences outside the classroom. Today, experiential learning is a cornerstone of modern education. For Education First, it has been the philosophy behind every program for 50 years. This simple but effective way to learn has helped us become world’s largest educational organization.
La Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) fue fundada el 21 de septiembre de 1551 con el nombre de la Real y Pontificia Universidad de México. Es la más grande universidad de México e Iberoamérica. Tiene como propósito primordial estar al servicio del país y de la humanidad, formar profesionistas útiles a la sociedad, organizar y realizar investigaciones, principalmente acerca de las condiciones y problemas nacionales, y extender con la mayor amplitud posible, los beneficios de la cultura. El campus de la UNAM, llamado Ciudad Universitaria (CU), se ubica al sur de la Ciudad de México. Su construcción estuvo a cargo de algunos de los arquitectos y artistas mexicanos más destacados del siglo XX y fue declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO en 2007. La UNAM ha desempeñado un papel protagónico en la historia y en la formación de México. Las tareas sustantivas de esta institución pública, autónoma y laica son la docencia, la investigación y la difusión de la cultura. A lo largo de su historia, la UNAM ha estado comprometida con la promoción de la educación en todos los niveles sociales, especialmente en áreas científicas y tecnológicas, por lo que es considerada una de las instituciones con mayor impacto cultural y científico de Iberoamérica. Además, se trata de la institución mexicana de mayor impacto en lo que respecta a la publicación e investigación académica y científica. Prueba de ello es el hecho de que todos los laureados con el Premio Nobel en México son egresados de esta casa de estudios. De entre los tanto reconocimiento que ha recibido, destaca el Premio Príncipe de Asturias de Comunicación y Humanidades, otorgado en 2009. En el mundo académico es reconocida como una universidad de excelencia. La UNAM responde al presente y mira el futuro como el proyecto cultural más importante de México. La UNAM es un espacio de libertades. En ella se practica cotidianamente el respeto, la tolerancia y el diálogo. La pluralidad de ideas y de pensamiento es apreciada como signo de su riqueza y nunca como factor de debilidad.
SPEAK is a language and cultural exchange program that allows people to learn a language in an informal and relaxed context. The program was founded in Portugal in 2012, is present in 25 cities, offers exchanges in 55 languages, and has participants from 198 countries. SPEAK brings together newcomers and locals living in the same city through community-led language groups and cultural exchange events, both online and in presence. To participate, one can simply access the program site, choose the city of residence and select a language group or event. The goal of the program is to offer people the opportunity to improve their conversation skills, learn about the culture of others, and share their own. The principle of the program is the idea that participants can learn from each other, discover common interests and make new friends, breaking down barriers and overthrowing prejudices. Each language group is made up of between 4 and 10 participants who are accompanied by two “buddies” that teach their native language or any other language with which they are familiar. “Buddies” are not professional teachers; they are volunteers who want to share their knowledge of a language and learn from others in a dynamic and open context. Anyone can become a “buddy” and attend the other groups as well as the events. Each language group has two levels, basic and conversational, and consists of 12 sessions of 90 minutes. In addition, SPEAK has a team of ambassadors who organize cultural events where those who decide to participate have the opportunity to share their experiences, practice the language of their preference, and meet other members of the community. The events are held regularly and the language groups are opened monthly according to the availability of “buddies” and the demand in each city. “The best way to learn a language is by using it. You will do most of the talking during sessions and you’ll practice everyday conversations that you can use everywhere”.
Moorabbin Aviation Services is a flight training organisation who conduct training in fixed wing aeroplanes for beginners through to Commercial Pilot Licence and beyond. Our Flight Training Operations are conducted from Moorabbin Airport Victoria Australia. We offer training course’s for both local and International students Registered Training Organisation ID 22495 and CRICOS Training Provider Code 02530B. Training courses offered are Private Pilots Licence, Commercial Pilots Licence, Multi Engine Command Instrument rating, Night VFR Rating and Multi Engine Conversion training and the following Austudy approved Vocational Course’s Certificate IV in Aviation (Commercial Pilot Licence) AVI40108 and Diploma in Aviation (Instrument Flight Operations).
Victoria University is a public research university based in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It is a dual-sector tertiary institution providing courses in both higher education and Technical and Further Education. 2016 marked VU's centenary as an educational institution and its 25th anniversary as a university. Our vocational education programs (often referred to as TAFE) produce industry-focused, work-ready graduates with a wide range of national vocational education and training qualifications. Purpose-built diplomas are also offered that pathway directly into bachelor degrees. Our undergraduate degrees prepare students for careers in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors across a wide range of subject areas. Industry-relevant postgraduate programs are designed to further careers by deepening or broadening areas of professional expertise. Our research higher degree courses are seen as gateways to careers in research and development.
La Universidad Central de Venezuela (UCV) es una universidad pública ubicada en la ciudad de Caracas, capital de Venezuela. Fue fundada en 1721 por el Rey Felipe V de España y es considerada la universidad más antigua e importante del país. En la actualidad, cuenta con 11 facultades compuestas por múltiples escuelas e institutos y alberga la segunda biblioteca más grande del país, así como el jardín botánico de Caracas. En el siglo XX, debido a la migración europea generada por la Guerra Civil Española y la Segunda Guerra Mundial, la UCV se convirtió en el espacio donde renombrados intelectuales, científicos y artistas europeos encontraron las condiciones propicias para desarrollar sus ideas e impulsar el valor de la institución en el marco de la sociedad venezolana, convirtiéndola en una de las universidades más influyentes de América Latina. Andrés Bello, Francisco de Miranda, José María Vargas, José Gregorio Hernández, Alejo Carpentier, Luis Razetti y Juan David García Bacca son sólo algunas de las personalidades más importantes que han pasado por las aulas de la UCV. La sede principal de la UCV, la Ciudad Universitaria de Caracas, fue fundada en 1954 y es uno de los lugares más simbólicos de la capital venezolana. Fue diseñada por el arquitecto Carlos Raúl Villanueva, quien la concibió como un espacio de síntesis entre la arquitectura y el arte. Las obras de 28 de los artistas más vanguardistas de la época en América Latina se encuentran dispersas por el campus, entre las cuales destacan las Nubes Flotantes de Alexander Calder, murales de Victor Vasarely, Wifredo Lam, Fernand Léger, y esculturas de Jean Arp y Henri Laurens. La Ciudad Universitaria de Caracas fue declarada patrimonio de la humanidad por la UNESCO en el año 2000. La UCV tiene como misión crear, asimilar y difundir el saber mediante la investigación y la enseñanza, completar la formación integral iniciada en los ciclos educacionales anteriores y formar los equipos profesionales y técnicos que necesita la nación para su desarrollo y progreso. Los objetivos fundamentales de la institución son: fomentar la investigación de nuevos conocimientos en beneficio del bienestar y progreso del ser humano, de la sociedad y del desarrollo independiente de la nación; dirigir la enseñanza hacia la formación integral de profesionales y a la capacitación del individuo en función de las necesidades de la sociedad y su desarrollo; y participar en la solución de problemas sociales nacionales. Por su papel en el desarrollo de la historia de Venezuela, la UCV es reconocida como “La casa que vence las sombras”, frase que da inicio a la segunda estrofa del himno de la institución.
The University of Sydney was founded in 1850 as a public institution of higher education. The University has a vast history covering many aspects of intellectual, scientific and socio-political life in Australia. Below are pathways to explore our history. The University was founded on two main principles — religious tolerance and the admission of students on academic merit. The first principle ensured students were admitted regardless of religious belief. The second, that students ‘matriculated’ to university by passing an academic examination. Both ideas were new ways of thinking about universities in the mid-nineteenth century and challenged traditional university models. They emerged out of serious conversations in Britain and Europe about the purpose of universities and were adapted by our founders to create a university to suit the colonial circumstances of New South Wales.
Western Sydney University values academic excellence, integrity and the pursuit of knowledge. Ranked in the top two per cent of unis in the world, we are globally focused, research-led and committed to making a positive impact on the communities we engage with. Western Sydney University offers $25 million in scholarships every year, which includes a generous range of University and donor-funded opportunities. As a student at Western Sydney University, you become part of a dynamic, thriving and culturally rich community. There are diverse opportunities for sport and recreation, entertainment, going out and engaging with the community – both on and off campus.
Notre Dame is a private Catholic University, extending from the West Coast of Australia in the beautiful and historic City of Fremantle, to the North-West town of Broome and across the continent to the heart of Sydney. We embrace the ancient and esteemed traditions of Catholic Universities in Europe, North America and 2000 years of the Catholic Intellectual Tradition. We welcome people of all faiths or none at all. As an academic community, we welcome open and rigorous enquiry, debate and discussion. We have an enrolment of over 12,000 students and offer a comprehensive range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs. Our student experience, employment and graduate outcomes are among the very best in Australia. We provide our students with the theoretical knowledge and professional skills which will empower them to realise their potential, build interconnectedness with all peoples and willingly serve the community through active participation, engagement and reflection. We have a powerful commitment to honouring the individual and recognise that each student is graced with their own gifts and talents. We believe that higher education should prepare students for a rich, fulfilling and reflective life, not just a career path. We are a modern Catholic University, operating in a world in which the vast speed of change is felt in nearly all aspects of our daily lives. We bring to bear our traditions and our values to engage in scholarship and research, to address the developments and challenges of the modern world, to serve the common good and to assist all our students to achieve the academic excellence that we promote and expect.
Edith Cowan University (ECU) provides the ideal learning environment for people who want to reach their potential. Located in Western Australia, our industry-relevant teaching and research, supportive study environment and award-winning facilities enable ECU students to do more than just survive in this world – they thrive in it. Established in 1991, ECU took the opportunity to reshape the way higher education is delivered in a distinctive and inspiring campus environment. ECU courses are developed in consultation with industry, and teaching staff have extensive industry experience and networks. It’s why ECU students can expect placement opportunities, fieldwork, practicums and networking events as part of their studies. This approach has been rewarded with five-star ratings for undergraduate teaching quality over the past fifteen years, along with consistently high ratings for overall education experience and skills development, as reported in the Good Universities Guide. ECU’s world-class research strives to make a difference to the community in Western Australia and beyond. ECU focuses on working with our communities, business and government organisations to solve real-world problems. The University was named after Edith Dircksey Cowan, the first woman to be elected to an Australian Parliament. Her life was dedicated to the belief that education was the key to growth, change and improvement in society. Her example informs ECU’s values as we pride ourselves in developing capable graduates who lead engaged and productive lives in the communities in which they live and work.
I am 56 years old and love life ! and am engaged to a wonderful man and we have been together for 9 years. I have 1 son who lives in Houston, Texas with his lovely wife and my 2 beautiful grandchildren. I have 1 sister who is sadly disabled. She has Motor Neuron Disease and is paralysed from the neck down. She has had this debilitating illness since 1998. I care very deeply for her and continue to walk this hard, painful journey with her. I would love to one day open up a strung of Care Homes called Mandy in honour of her. Watching your disabled sister struggle every day has been heart breaking but through this I have learnt the art of caring, giving and kindness. To be able to help and be there for those less fortunate than you is a heartwarming experience and exceptionally rewarding. My passion is travelling – I absolutely LOVE IT ! My sport is Golf and because I have such an adventurous, extrovert personality I also love a lot of other things like Boating, Fishing, Cooking, Drinking wine and socialising. The list is so long because I am always willing to try new things and experience new places. I am an extrovert in personality and love bringing out the best in people. My profession at the moment is a Key accounts Manager for a Surgical Equipment company. I have been with them for 14 years. I have vast experience in Sales and Customer service and represent my company by calling on all Hospitals – Private and Provincial throughout the entire Eastern Cape. I work with doctor’s in theatre and am skilled in the sale of Medical Equipment for Trauma, Gynie, Urology, General Surgery, Cardiology, Neurology, Gastro-Enterology, Ultrasound etc. Prior to being a Surgical Rep I was a Medical Rep for 20 years calling on General Practioners, Pharmacists and Physicians selling Pharmaceutical Drugs. I also have experience in the setting up of Vaccine Clinics and GIT Units. My passion is service and looking after my customers. I love to make a difference in everything that I do and work hard. I love to make people smile ! I am a great organiser and get things done. I am very loyal in business and in my private life and am committed to whatever I sign up for. You will always be able to rely on me. I would say that I am a Spiritual person. I have a genuine passion for seeking out the truth of all things. and placing myself on a sacred path of self discovery. I learn every day and try to live my life with a curious, grateful heart. I believe we can all be kind if we want to be and we can all make a difference in someone’s life if we want to. I Want to make a difference in the world ! I know I can.
I am a philosopher specialized in philosophy of mind and language. In particular, I am interested in the nature of consciousness, and the way in which we experience and interpret the world. I started my studies at the Central University of Venezuela in 2006, where I obtained a bachelor’s degree in philosophy (2011) and a master’s degree in logic and philosophy of science (2015). In 2012, the university offered me a position as a professor of philosophy and I taught several courses there until 2017, when I enrolled in a PhD program at the University of Genoa, Italy. I have also published several papers in philosophy journals and participated in various international events. In 2020, while writing my PhD thesis, I realized that I had been immersed in philosophy for too long and decided to use my experience to rejoin the real world. In my years studying philosophy, I have learned many things, but the most important is that the world is what we make of it, there is not ultimate truth, no final word. We create our reality. Knowledge has somehow separated us from others and nature, perhaps it can also reunite us. Although I was born in Venezuela, my family is a blending of different nationalities and traditions. I have lived and studied in different countries, which are all part of who I am and what I want to be. My actions define me, not my nationality or my origins. I do not believe in borders or limits; they are only in our minds. The sensation of not belonging can be liberating, once we realize that, by not belonging somewhere, we belong everywhere. I speak three languages (Spanish, English, and Italian) and I enjoy learning from other cultures, as well as transmitting the values of my own. I also enjoy music, sports and nature.
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The University of Cape Town (UCT) is South Africa's oldest university, and is one of Africa's leading teaching and research institutions. UCT was founded in 1829 as the South African College, a high school for boys. The College had a small tertiary-education facility that grew substantially after 1880, when the discovery of gold and diamonds in the north – and the resulting demand for skills in mining – gave it the financial boost it needed to grow. The College developed into a fully fledged university during the period 1880 to 1900, thanks to increased funding from private sources and the government. During these years, the College built its first dedicated science laboratories, and started the departments of mineralogy and geology to meet the need for skilled personnel in the country's emerging diamond and gold-mining industries. Another key development during this period was the admission of women. In 1886 the Professor of Chemistry, Paul Daniel Hahn, convinced the Council to admit 4 women into his chemistry class on a trial basis. Owing to the exceptional standard of work by the women students, the College decided to admit women students permanently in honour of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1887. The years 1902 to 1918 saw the establishment of the Medical School, the introduction of engineering courses and a Department of Education. UCT was formally established as a university in 1918, on the basis of the Alfred Beit bequest and additional substantial gifts from mining magnates Julius Wernher and Otto Beit. The new university also attracted substantial support from well-wishers in the Cape Town area and, for the first time, a significant state grant. In 1928, the university was able to move the bulk of its facilities to the magnificent site at Groote Schuur on the slopes of Devil's Peak. It was here, on land bequeathed to the nation by Cecil John Rhodes as the site for a national university, that UCT celebrated its centenary the following year. Apart from establishing itself as a leading research and teaching university in the decades that followed, UCT earned itself the nickname "Moscow on the Hill" during the period 1960 to 1990 for its sustained opposition to apartheid, particularly in higher education. The university admitted its first small group of black students in the 1920s. The number of black students remained relatively low until the 1980s and 90s, when the institution, reading and welcoming the signs of change in the country, committed itself to a deliberate and planned process of internal transformation. From the 1980s to the early 1990s, the number of black students admitted to the university rose by 35 percent. By 2004, nearly half of UCT's 20 000 students were black and just under half of the student body was female. Today we have one of the most diverse campuses in South Africa. Today, against the backdrop of a rapidly changing and diversifying democratic society, UCT is implementing an action guide on transformation looking at issues such as: staff diversity, student equity and access, the curriculum, leadership and governance,attitudes and behaviour. The university has 6 faculties - Commerce, Engineering & the Built Environment, Law, Health Sciences, Humanities and Science – which are all supported by the Centre for Higher Education Development, which addresses students' teaching and learning needs. Among its more than 100 000 alumni are the late Professor Christiaan Barnard, the world-renowned heart surgeon, and 3 Nobel laureates, Sir Aaron Klug, the late Professor Alan MacLeod Cormack and JM Coetzee. UCT also has more than 80 specialist research units that provide supervision for postgraduate work and is home to more than a third of South Africa's A-rated researchers – academics who are considered world leaders in their fields.
Wits is internationally distinguished for its excellent research, high academic standards and its commitment to social justice in Africa and beyond. Wits University is taking the lead in reimagining trendy Braamfontein to further our contribution in delivering high level scarce skills for the global knowledge economy. Our location in Johannesburg, the economic and industrial heartland of the African continent, places us in good stead to interact with the public and private sectors, civil society and other social agents to effect meaningful change in society. Wits University is situated in Johannesburg, South Africa - a vibrant, leading commercial city on the African continent. The history of Wits is inextricably linked with mining, academic excellence, and with political and civic activism. In 1923, the University gradually vacated its premises in Eloff Street to move to the first completed teaching buildings at Milner Park (the Botany and Zoology block - housing the departments of Geology, Botany, Zoology and Applied Mathematics). The University had, at that stage, 6 faculties (Arts, Science, Medicine, Engineering, Law and Commerce), 37 departments, 73 members of academic staff and little more than 1 000 students. In 1925 the Prince of Wales officially opened the Central Block. During the period between the two world wars severe financial restrictions were imposed upon the University. Nevertheless, student numbers were quite impressive - in 1939 2 544 students enrolled; that grew to 3 100 in 1945. The sudden increase in student enrolment after the Second World War led to accommodation problems, which were temporarily resolved by the construction of wood and galvanised-iron hutments in the centre of the campus. These huts remained in use until 1972.
THE UP WAY is our way of life at the University of Pretoria. It is our ethos, our vibe, our way of life and what we stand for as an institution. The University of Pretoria is committed to freedom of speech and expression. However, we do not condone any racist, sexist and homophobic comments, or hate speech against any religious group or culture. Posts deemed to be of this nature will be promptly deleted and the user may be banned. Spam and advertising will also be deleted. The University of Pretoria’s name, logo and trademarks cannot be used when making reference to or together with any product, activity or unsolicited endorsement judged by the University to be inappropriate, unacceptable, or inconsistent with standard licensing practices of the University. Merchandise falling into these categories will also not be approved.
Stellenbosch University (SU) is home to an academic community of 29 000 students (including 4 000 foreign students from 100 countries) as well as 3 000 permanent staff members (including 1 000 academics) on five campuses. The historical oak-lined university town amongst the Boland Mountains in the winelands of the Western Cape creates a unique campus atmosphere, which attracts local and foreign students alike. On the main campus, paved walkways wind between campus buildings – some dating from previous centuries; others just a few years old. Architecture from various eras attests to the sound academic foundation and establishment of an institution of excellence. This, together with the scenic beauty of the area; state-of-the-art, environmentally friendly facilities and technology, as well as visionary thinking about the creation of a sustainable 21st-century institution, makes for the unique character of Stellenbosch University. The University is amongst South Africa's leading tertiary institutions based on research output, student pass rates and rated scientists, and is recognised internationally as an academic institution of excellence. It boasts the highest weighted research output per full-time academic staff member of all South African universities and the second-highest number of scientists in South Africa who have been rated by the National Research Foundation (NRF). It also has the highest student success rate in the country. Stellenbosch University is cementing its reputation as a world-class institution. According to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, SU is one of the top 300 universities in the world, and among the top 20 in BRICS countries. It also features among the world's elite institutions in 10 of the 36 subjects featured in the QS World University Rankings by Subject for 2015. SU was also included in the 2014 CWTS Leiden Ranking, which measures the scientific performance of 750 major universities worldwide. With 18 research chairs under the NRF South African Research Chairs Initiative (SARChi), the University is regarded as a leader in the fields of biomedical tuberculosis research and management, wine biotechnology, animal sciences and mathematical biosciences. Another SARChi chair, in the field of invasion biology, is shared between SU and the University of Venda. This constitutes but one of SU's many partnerships, both local and international. As preferred research partner, SU also participates in various international academic networks. Stellenbosch University is known as a residential campus with an active residential life, which makes residence placement sough-after among students. As the residence demand far exceeds supply, and in line with new learning needs, SU is in the process of converting its Stellenbosch campus into an integrated learning and living space. Residences and private wards are grouped into clusters, each with its own cluster hub, where residence and day students are able to study, meet and socialise. With the construction of new buildings and the repurposing of existing buildings, student-centred facilities are created to enable students to conduct group work, study and gain access to the University's electronic networks. Stellenbosch University's graduates are sough-after in the workplace. However, the University also aims to deliver engaged citizens and responsible leaders, who are willing to use their expertise and skills to serve society. Therefore, students are encouraged to engage with the community through MAD² (Making A Decision 2 Make A Difference) and Matie Community Service as well as service learning and community interaction within their respective disciplines. Further opportunities for self-improvement are offered by MFM 92.6, the University's community radio station; a wide variety of student associations and sporting codes, the Students' Representative Council, house committees and the Frederik Van Zyl Slabbert Institute for Student Leadership Development.
Vibrant, multicultural and dynamic, the University of Johannesburg (UJ) shares the pace and energy of cosmopolitan Johannesburg, the city whose name it carries. Proudly South African, the university is alive down to its African roots, and well-prepared for its role in actualising the potential that higher education holds for the continent's development. UJ has transformed into a diverse, inclusive, transformational and collegial institution, with a student population of over 50 000, of which more than 3000 are international students from 80 countries. This makes UJ one of the largest contact universities in South Africa (SA) from the 26 public universities that make up the higher education system. The vision of the UJ is to be "an international University of choice, anchored in Africa, dynamically shaping the future". The mission can be described as follows: "inspiring its community to transform and serve humanity through innovation and the collaborative pursuit of knowledge". These are underpinned by four values, namely: imagination, conversation, regeneration and ethical foundation. The six strategic objectives provide a focused means for realising the Vision, Mission and Values of the University as set out above. They further represent a re-working of the original UJ Strategic Thrusts 2020 in the context of a wider positioning of the University as "The Pan-African" Centre for Critical Intellectual Inquiry, with the primary goal of achieving global excellence and stature. Recognised as the country's second strongest brand, UJ offers world-class, internationally recognised academic programmes based on curricula informed by cutting-edge developments in both undergraduate and postgraduate education, and that are designed to prepare students for the world of work and for global citizenship. Our curriculum is increasingly reflective of previously marginalised scholarship that talks to a transformation and decolonisation agenda, with Africa at its core. The University has 8 Faculties viz., Education, Law, Humanities, Fine Arts, Design and Architecture, Health Sciences, Science, Engineering and the Built Environment as well as the College of Business and Economics, housing the newly established Johannesburg Business School. The University has four campuses, namely the Auckland Park Bunting Road Campus; the Auckland Park Kingsway Campus; the Doornfontein Campus; and the Soweto Campus.
University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) is a truly South African university that is academically excellent, innovative in research, critically engaged with society & demographically representative, redressing the disadvantages. The University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) is ranked among the top universities in South Africa in terms of research output. Following its vision “To be the Premier University of African Scholarship”, UKZN is a respected global leader in several critical areas of research and teaching and learning. The University was formed on 1 January 2004 following the merger between two historical institutions, the University of Natal and the University of Durban-Westville. These two KwaZulu-Natal universities were among the first set of institutions to be merged in 2004 as part of government’s reform aimed at reconfiguring and restructuring Higher Education. One of the largest universities in sub-Saharan Africa, UKZN boasts five campuses based in two cities, Durban and Pietermaritzburg. The University is a multicultural environment which houses more than 45 000 local and international students from around the globe. UKZN continues to “Inspire Greatness” and is home to people who are looking for more than just a university, but a place where inspiration thrives. It a place where staff and students reach new heights every day.
Welcome to Rhodes University, a 115-year old institution with a well-established reputation for academic excellence. With just over 8200 students, Rhodes is a small University which enjoys the distinction of having among the best undergraduate pass and graduation rates in South Africa, outstanding postgraduate success rates, and the best research output per academic staff member. This is a testimony to the quality of students that Rhodes attracts and of academic provision, and to the commitment of Rhodes staff to student development and success. Of our more than 8000 students, 30% are postgraduates and over 18% are international students from 54 countries around the world, making Rhodes a dynamic and cosmopolitan knowledge institution. Students are able to undertake an extensive range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in the faculties of Humanities, Science, Commerce, Pharmacy, Law, and Education. With the most favourable academic staff to student ratio among South African universities, Rhodes students are guaranteed easy access to academics and close supervision. The University takes pride in its motto, Where Leaders Learn, and producing graduates who are knowledgeable intellectuals, skilled professionals, and critical, caring and compassionate citizens who can contribute to economic and social development and an equitable, just and democratic society. Almost 50% of Rhodes students and the majority of undergraduates live in the University residences, while there also special residences for postgraduates. Through a well-established structure of wardens, sub-wardens and residence committees, the residences play an important role in overall student development, including developing leadership skills. Numerous clubs and societies provide extensive opportunities for students to participate in a variety of intellectual, social, cultural, and sports activities and further develop valuable skills. Rhodes University looks to the future with confidence, secure that as indawo yolwazi (a place of knowledge) and through the pursuit of excellence in teaching, research and community engagement it produces outstanding graduates that are sought after and makes a vital contribution to human and social development. At our Open Day, you can find out more about the wide range of attractive and flexible programmes we offer in our six faculties – Commerce, Law Education, Pharmacy, Humanities, and Science. At Rhodes, you will have an opportunity to participate in programmes across all faculties. Our graduates perform well in an increasingly competitive job market and are highly regarded by employers around the world. During your time here, we will help you prepare for your chosen career. The employability of our graduates continues to increase and rates up there with the very best the world has to offer. Our degree offering prepares students for the job market by ensuring they develop the skills employers want, whether through work experience, volunteering or social activities.
The University of the Western Cape has grown to become one of the most diverse universities in Africa. Its excellence and quality of education is complemented by its 7 faculties and staff, and brought to life by its diverse student population. 60 years of Hope, Action and Knowledge built on Social Justice, Community Engagement and Graduate Employability. The University of the Western Cape is a national university, alert to its African and international context as it strives to be a place of quality and a place to grow. It is committed to excellence in teaching, learning and research, to nurturing the cultural diversity of South Africa, and to responding in critical and creative ways to the needs of a society in transition. Drawing on its proud experience in the liberation struggle, the university is aware of its distinctive academic role in helping build an equitable and dynamic society.
North-West University (NWU) climbed from 181-190 to joint 170th place in this year’s BRICS, and was also featured in the 801-1000 range of the latest QS World University Rankings®. Formed by the 2004 merger of two previous universities as part of the South African government’s plan to transform higher education, NWU is now one of the largest universities in the country, hosting more than 68,300 students. The NWU is committed to functioning as a unitary, integrated, multi-campus university that enables equity, redress and globally competitive teaching and research across all three of our campuses. Our core activities, teaching-learning and research, are intertwined with community engagement and innovation in our eight faculties, most of which serve both distance and contact students. The NWU offers more than just an education: we offer people a place in the world. Academically, students benefit from great choice and flexibility, enabling them to fulfill their potential and start preparing for their careers. Through collaboration with other universities and institutions internationally, we are part of the global higher education community. Our internationalisation activities include student and staff exchange and cooperation in academic, research, cultural and sports matters. As we like to say in our University Anthem: “where the willow trees grow and the thorn tree spreads its shade, there you will grow in knowledge…” We, as the NWU, pride ourselves on offering high-quality academic programmes and a vibrant student life. Keeping that in mind, there is no better symbol than our mascot, Eagi, to represent the brand attributes of a unitary NWU. The eagle has a positive meaning across many cultures. It represents positive traits that perfectly match the NWU’s strategy and objectives. They include success, aspiration, courage, expansion, renewed life, leadership and freedom. Eagi symbolises our commitment to approaching life creatively and soaring above the rest. He reflects our talent for finding new opportunities to excel and continuously improve. Eagi also embodies the importance of implementing ethics in everything we do, reflecting the value-driven nature of the NWU.
From a humble start in 1904, the UFS became a well-known institution, boasting 164 NRF-accredited researchers and 2 521 staff members. Our students can participate in 22 different sport disciplines and study from 671 182 library books, including 14 000 ebooks. Our ever-expanding facilities and knowledge base present many opportunities for scholars to impact locally and globally. Ranked 180th in the QS Brics University Rankings this year, the University of the Free State (UFS) earned its strongest score in the indicator measuring the percentage of international students (ranked 59th). UFS is one of the oldest South African universities, having been founded in 1904 as Grey College. It’s mainly located in Bloemfontein, the state capital of the Free State and the judicial capital of South Africa, but also operates a satellite campus in Qwaqwa. The University of the Free State is a research-led, student-centred and regionally-engaged university that contributes to development and social justice through the production of globally competitive graduates and knowledge.
Moglie, madre, nonna, Paola Thaon di Revel ama i fiori e la natura. L'eredità è il suo background. È cresciuta in una famiglia dove la disciplina militare era un dato di fatto, così come la voglia di divertirsi. Sei sorelle e un fratello, in una grande villa chiamata “Cimena”, dove molti sono venuti in visita: da Umberto I, agli americani colti, ai vicini Bruni Tedeschi sulla stessa collina. Una vita dedicata al marito, Franco Reviglio e ai tre figli con tanti spostamenti e viaggi, in tutto il mondo. Oggi, i sette nipoti e la casa di campagna, regalano giornate intensamente soddisfacenti. Wife, mother, grandmother, Paola Thaon di Revel loves flowers and nature. Heritage is her background. She grew up in a family where military discipline was a given, as well as the desire to have fun. Six sisters and one brother, in a large villa called “Cimena”, and everyone came to visit: from Umberto I, to educated Americans, to the Bruni Tedeschi neighbours on the same hill. A life dedicated to her husband, Franco Reviglio and the three children with many moves and travels, all over the world. Today, the seven grandchildren and country house, make for intensely satisfying days.
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Hans-Juergen Wiegand is a man who lives his work passions and family, with determination. A philanthropist, who has held important positions in the chemical and automotive world, in particular with Daimler AG (Mercedes-Benz). He loves to travel, attaining knowledge and experience from different cultures. These experiences have shaped him, with a particular acumen in recognizing the best in human beings. Hans thrives on helping young people, to realize their dreams, as he has realized his own. Hans is an inspirational leader, with the competence to restructure and transform organizations. He is very flexible with people, and stands like a rock when it comes to principles. Whatever happens, he will always stay positive.
Mandy Shrimpton is the quintessential people’s person. Mandy believes that success is measured by the quality of our human-relationships rather than the results we manifest through sheer will. Mandy firmly established herself as the heart of the non-profit organisation that she co-founded and ran with her adoring husband for 17 years. Mandy loves walking in nature with her family, hugging trees, and preserving the environment. She also enjoys being creative and is particularly fond of painting flowers. As a very happily married and devoted mother to four children, Mandy has cultivated a deep appreciation for the culinary arts and relishes the spare moments she gets to watch her favourite cooking shows. This initiative reflects how Mandy sees the world, helping to create positive synergy. Fostering unity and courteous community, building partner relationships and motivating affiliates. Born and bred in Africa, Mandy understands the concept of Ubuntu. I am, because we are. Together we can make the world a better place. Using her skills and experience to make a difference. Helping others see through the fog of new technologies, avoid common marketing mistakes and develop better business strategies. With a subtle blend of motherhood and effective project management, Mandy is the perfect professional partner, to show others the merits of this initiative. Shining a light on the path to prosperity, while not losing our footing in family values and humble humanity. Sharing is caring, while enriching ourselves spiritually and materially. We cannot give freely, if we don't have. "Sometimes the world makes more sense, through the eyes of a mother. Using protective instinct and family fortitude, to help one another." ~ Mandy Shrimpton
Anyone can be a Heritage Ambassador. Help take our past into the future. Spread the word and generate revenue. Make heritage your business and earn with your passion for art and culture. ArtAcadia.org is an umbrella organization for everything pertaining to our heritage and respective cultures. Providing a platform for Heritage Ambassadors, to help take our past into the future. We are a passionate community that is compiling a comprehensive global directory and cultural map. Facilitating networking, training, work opportunities, events and marketplace.
Taking our past into the future with Carolina Reviglio! Carolina enjoyed a carefree childhood in the Piedmont countryside. With many cousins and friends, the passion for culture was instilled from an early age. Surrounded by beauty and art in the family mansion Cimena, expertly curated by her grandmother namesake, Carolina. On the paternal side of the family, her Venetian grandmother was equally influential. The unique character and rich culture of Venice, epitomizes Carolina. While travelling often, she feels most at home, in the isles of Venice. Schooled in Italy and the United States, lived in provinces throughout the length of Italy, Carolina considers herself truly Italian, with an international vision. “My country is rich in heritage, but poor in the pocket to keep it so. It saddens me to see so many buildings in a state of disrepair.” She has honed the skills of renovation and interiors of historic buildings, since 1987. Learning by trial and error, spurned on by failure and ultimate success, Carolina has grown and prospered. Now is the time to give back. Helping artisans of all disciplines to find work and ply their trade with pride. Matching projects to professionals and vice versa. As Heritage Doyenne, Carolina’s primary contribution to this unique initiative, is to encourage the participation of Heritage Ambassadors. This cause is yet another open avenue, to take our past into the future. By intertwining culture and heritage, to create more synergy. “Only once we fully understand where we come from… and truly appreciate our heritage… can we imagine a fabulous future filled with the richness of our past. Life is ours to design!” ~ Carolina Reviglio
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