Our third row of speakers is here, adding to the line-up for the 22nd of October!
This time we have chosen carefully among the propositions sent by many of you on Twitter, deliberated and finally made our decision.
So here is our “Twitter-Speaker” and two other extraordinary personalities:
Corinna Milborn is an Austrian political scientist and journalist. In her early career, she acted as a globalisation expert and spokesperson for the WWF. Former Editor in Chief at the human rights magazine Liga and political editor at the news magazine Format, Mrs. Milborn is since 2010 Deputy Editor in Chief at News and host of the TV-talkshow “Club2” at the Austrian Public Television Network. Dealing for a long period with issues of migration, integration, globalisation and human rights, she received among others the Bruno-Kreisky-Award in 2007 for the political book “Gestürmte Festung Europa” and in 2008 the Concordia-Prize for Human Rights. Find out more here.
Roman Braun is Master-Coach of the ICF (International Coach Federation) and NLP-Master-Trainer. He received his education in NLP directly from the developers of the psychotherapy approach: Richard Bandler and John Grinder, alongside personalities like Paul Watzlawick, Bert Hellinger and Steve de Shazer. Braun compiled an NLP method of his own, where he incorporates Systems Theory and Ethics, terming it Trinergy. The system is a model for conflict resolution, based on and generated from methods and techniques of intra- and interpersonal communication. Find out more here.
Jörg Hofstätter studied Architecture at the University of Applied Arts Vienna and Oslo. In 2004 he founded ovos, an Online Studio with a focus on Branded Entertainment and Serious Games. He considers himself a digital Architect, Edupreneur and Chocolate addict and has a passion for Games with a purpose. He frequently shows up at Games4change, an international movement dedicated to support games for social impact. Jörg has had lectures on various Universities and currently teaches digital strategies at the University of Arts Linz. Find out more here.
The list of inspiring personalities is getting bigger each week, so if you haven’t seen your favourite yet, follow us and you might be surprised!