Doug Greer has sponsored 175 PhD dissertations, taught over 2,000 master students, founded the Fred S. Keller School, authored 13 books and 155 research and conceptual papers, served on the editorial board of 10 journals, and developed the CABAS® school model for special education and the Accelerated Independent Model for general education (K-5). He has been involved in research in verbal behavior and how it is acquired or how it may be established for over 25 years. He is the recipient of the Fred S. Keller Award for Distinguished Contributions to Education from APA, International Dissemination of Behavior Analysis from ABAI, and an award from the Westchester County Legislature for the contributions of the Fred S, Keller School. He is a Fellow of the Association for Behavior Analysis International and a CABAS® Board Certified Senior Behavior Analyst and Senior Research Scientist. He has taught courses at universities and/or developed schools in Spain, Norway, Nigeria, Korea, Taiwan, Ireland, England, Italy, and Wales.
Dr. Katrin Nyman-Metcalf is Professor and Head of the Chair of Law and Technology at Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia. Apart from her academic work, she works as an international consultant on communications law related issues (media, telecommunications, internet including e-governance) in primarily post-conflict or recently democratized states, having worked in more than 40 countries.
She was actively involved in foundation and support to EDUS since 2010.
Vice-President of Academy of Sciences and Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Professor emeritus of Neuropsychiatry (since 2005), and Active member of the European Academy of Siences and Arts, Salzburg 2011.
He graduated from the Sarajevo University Faculty of Medicine (1960). He has been Clinical assistant at the London Institute of Psychiatry– working on research projects in the domain of clinical psychiatry (Scholarship of British Council, 1971/72). He has been a tenured professor of Neuropsychiatry at the Faculty of Medicine Sarajevo since 1986. He has been the chairman of Neurology, Psychiatry and Medical Psychology at the Faculty of Medicine in Sarajevo (1986-2000), Vice-president of the University of Sarajevo (1989-1991). For almost 40 years he has been a lecturer at postgraduate studies at several universities: Sarajevo, Beograd, Zagreb, Rijeka, Skopje, Florence, Vienna, Roma, Pyongyang, (since 1974), visiting professor at University Illinois at Chicago (USA) (1977), head of the Psychiatric clinic, Sarajevo (1978-1982), Vice-president of the University Medical Centre, Sarajevo (1986-1988), member of the Board of Advisors to the General director of the Clinical Centre of the University of Sarajevo (1992-1998), National coordinator for epidemiology in WHO (1995-1996), leader of Expert group for Mental Health of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1998-2000).
He was president of the Neuro-psychiatric association of Yugoslavia (1976-1980), president of the Psychiatric association of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Editorial correspondent of the World Journal of Psychosynthesis (USA), Secretary of the editorial board of the journal “Medical Archives” Sarajevo, 1976-1978). He is also Member of Colleague Internationale Neuro-psychopharmacologicum, honorary President of Psychiatric Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina, member of the editorial board of the Belgrade psychiatric journal “Engrams”, member of International Advisory Board of “Psychiatria Danubina” and Member of Advisory Board of Bosnian Journal of Basic Medical Sciences.
He has trained numerous professionals and researchers in the field of psychiatry in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Garret Tankosić -Kelly is the founder and Principal of SEE Change Net (SEECN). Established in 2009, SEECN is a Regional Sustainable Development Think Tank. He has lived and worked in South East Europe for over 15 years and is an expert in the political and institutional aspects of Sustainable Development, specializing in social entrepreneurship programmes.
Previously, as the Head of United Nations in Montenegro Garret, developed and funded a “world first” zero energy building to serve as the home for the UN organizations operating in Montenegro, which will be opened in January 2014.
He has also produced the widely acclaimed documentary “Finding Family” about Oggi Tomić, an orphan from Sarajevo.
Garret lives in and works from Sarajevo, Bosnia.
He supported EDUS-Education for All since its foundation, as a volunteer consultant and international promoter.
Leonid Rozman is the Founder and the course leader of Tui Na Centre, massage therapy specially designed for children with Autism and Cerebral Palsy.
He grew up in Montenegro and has worked and lived in London for over 20 years now where he runs Tui Na clinic for children, and teaches parents how to massage children at home.
Over the recent years Leonid has also been involved with many charities doing a volunteering work with them, introducing his massage therapy and helping parents and children improve their quality of life.
Leonid has over 15 years’ experience in Eastern philosophies and body work including Acupuncture, Tui Na, Shiatsu and Zhan Zhuang Qi Gong .
He is also fully qualified Aikido instructor and conducts the regular Aikido classes for children at North London Aikido Dojo
Dženat Dreković was born in 1979 in Macedonia, graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade and finished World Press Photo Masterclass in Berlin.
He worked as a photo-reporter for major daily news and weekly magazines in Belgrade (Blic, Centar ) and Sarajevo (Oslobođenje, Dani), taught photography at the local technical faculty and was the official still photographer of Jasmila Žbanić’s films ‘Na putu’ and ‘Participacija’. He is a co-founder of Centre of Photography, Film and Multimedia Sarajevo and a member of the Arts Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina Society of Artists. He lives and works in Sarajevo.
His interest in “small, everyday” people and people on margins of the society is noticeable on his photographs exhibited in a number of group and one-man exhibitions in Sarajevo, Belgrade, Split, Graz, Leipzig, Prague, Riga and at Verona biennale 2009.
He supported the Association EDUS-Education for All since its foundation in 2010, by volunteering in their media campaigns that promote rights of children with developmental difficulties, including the latest exhibition “Pogled (View)” in the Art Gallery of BiH.