About Us

AllHumanity Group Holdings

AllHumanity Group is an international humanitarian organization dedicated to helping people in need globally.

It is a social network of everyday folks who wish to reach out and help others.  The AllHumanity Group has been on the forefront of humanitarian assistance, disaster relief and child advocacy and education around the world for over a decade.  Projects in such places as South Africa, Uganda, South Sudan, Kenya, China, Vietnam, Myanmar, India, South America and in the United States of America have helped untold hundreds of friend's in need. 

The AllHumanity Group's purpose is to provide leading-edge technology and services to the humanitarian sector to increase reach, impact and sustainability.

The AllHumanity Group is based on an compelling humanitarian vision, backed by a founder who has spent over nearly fifteen years in full-time humanitarian activities.

The AllHumanity Group‘s goal is to have a humanitarian presence in every location on the planet – providing resources, assistance, guidance, business acumen and local empowerment with comprehensive platform support and management. 

The AllHumanity Group strives to identify areas where there exists poverty, hunger and crises situations, and then plan and implement long term culturally-correct solutions for the universal relief of that suffering – without a political agenda that gets in the way of providing that relief. 

"We believe that all lives have equal value, and think that all people deserve the chance to have healthy, productive lives – regardless of their religion or geopolitical situation." - AllHumanity Group Founder - Robert J. Cipriano

Officers & Team Members

Robert J. Cipriano - Chief Executive Officer & Founder

Starting with changing the landscape of care for special needs children as a teenager, Robert Cipriano has propelled through his last 40 some years challenging the status quo in multiple sectors. He has enjoyed a successful career in the entertainment industry and real estate development and is today a highly sought-out humanitarian.  

A pillar in the creative community, Robert Cipriano dedicates his resources and efforts to building a positive and engaging environment for his partners.  For Robert, the most important thing is to ensure that young and old alike remain inspired and make connections with each other that change the world for the better.

The members of Robert Cipriano's networks share a passion for life and positive attitude for creativity. It's his goal to encourage personal growth through the disciplines of redemption, forgiveness and compassion.

Robert Reid - Executive Director

Robert Reid, a native Texan, enlisted in the United States Navy 18 September, 1989 in the occupational field of Aviation Electronics. To date, he has emerged at the top 97 percentile of the enlisted ranks while serving 25 years in the Navy.

Leadership progression, as well as a focus on community service, quality, and process excellence, commenced upon assignment to the Navy Base Police Department in Willow Grove, PA. Completion of TQL and TQM, in 1992, led to a series of process and performance improvements within his service industry Police Department. Although a junior Sailor, he crafted and implemented a forum of “Best Practices and Lessons Learned” while drawing expertise from 200 SELRES personnel (Reservist assigned to his department). The diverse population of 200 SELRES Sailors brought in equally diverse Municipal, State, and Federal level Law Enforcement experience from agencies across the North East corridor. In 1999 he was appointed Chief of Police due to achieving Navy-wide impact, as well as improving external state and federal agencies, via CPI derived training curriculum, policy development, and police response tactical improvements.

While assigned to Helicopter Mine Countermeasures (HM) Squadron 15, Robert Reid was advanced to the rank of Chief Petty Officer. The fraternity of Chiefs in the Navy is commonly described as the Backbone of the Navy bridging executive leadership to the workforce (Deckplates). His duties included Drug & Alcohol Program Advisor, Equal Opportunity manager, Community Service Director, and Public Affairs Officer. Following HM-15 he served as a Platoon Leader for Detainee Operations in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, 2006-2007, where his camp housed 300 enemy combatants and terrorist.

2007-2012, Chief Reid was assigned to Fleet Readiness Center West, Fort Worth (FRCW) where he was charged to lead the Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) deployment in an aircraft manufacturing and production setting. Under his leadership, in 2008 and 2009, his command was consecutively selected as the CPI “Site of the Year” amidst global USN/USMC competition. He achieved Lean Six Sigma (LSS) Black Belt certification and certified as a LSS Green Belt Course Instructor with a personal CPI portfolio that includes DoD and DoN Echelon I engagement (Pentagon level).

In 2012, Senior Chief Reid graduated the Senior Enlisted Academy with Honors (Naval War College in Newport, RI) and commenced duties as the VP-30 Squadron Augment Unit Senior Enlisted Leader. Since 2012, he has trained 310 Senior Leaders, at the LSS Green Belt level, across 10 operational and support commands, within the U.S. Navy’s SE region. His current activities involve working process/performance improvement projects across major public and private sector systems.

Current positions of responsibility highlights:

• Executive Director, AllHumanity Group; global humanitarian non-profit
• Executive VP and COO, Patriots 4 Our Heroes (P4OH) non-profit
• Project Lead; PTSD and TBI 3Rs (Resistance, Resilience, and Recovery)
• National Certified Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Victim’s Advocate
• Awarded Military Outstanding Volunteer Support Medal (MOVSM) (2 awards)
• Certified DoN/DoD Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (Continuous Performance Improvement)
• Certified LSS Green Belt course lead facilitator (Continuous Performance Improvement)

Robert Reid is the Executive Director at The AllHumanity Group

Roy Webb - Group Administrator

Roy Webb has been offering Management Services from its single location in California since their foundation in 2000. This company is registered under the SIC code 8741 and NAICS code 561110.  

Roy Webb/Professional Management provides administrator functions for the entire AllHumanity Group, including Redemption Film Partners, AllHumanity, LLC, AllHumanity Enterprises, LLC, AllHumanityTV, LLC and AllHumanity 101010, LLC.  These activities include administration of documents, contracts, legal, accounting and financial oversight of the "group" functions.

Additionally, Roy Webb provides global support in real estate, transportation, technology adaption, security and licensing.

Javier Hernandez - Director Business Management & Program Implementation

Javier Hernandez is a veteran entrepreneur having built 8 ventures of his own with 6 successful liquidity events and 2 that – let’s just say – taught him some extraordinary lessons about life and business.

He has a relentless commitment to relationship building and helping others find the connections they need. Respected as an innovator and problem solver. Skilled at achieving the ideal point of intersection between goals, needs, capabilities, and resources

He has worked globally in 72 countries across 4 continents and 50 states, helping more than 300 client companies and not-for-profits. His expertise ranges from product development and management, sales force management and market strategies, operational efficiencies, fund raising, and facilitating investment capital, mergers, acquisitions, and IPO’s.

Kenneth Mitchell - Director - Missions Radio

I have spent and enjoyed, over 30 years of my life reaching out to those who are hurting and in need. Either in the hospital setting, hospice care, blood donation, disaster relief, humanitarian efforts and ministry and I can say..." I have never regretted or shall I, of any and/or mile I have walked, hours of sleep missed, dollar spent or embrace of one in pain." Now that I have been given the capacity to reach around the world to help improve the quality of the physical, mental and spiritual lives of so many through this radio broadcast, I am honored to be able to do so and continue this journey of servanthood and to serve those who are serving others, in this life.

All of us can make a difference. It is a matter of choice, a matter of giving more of ourselves so that others may live tomorrow.

Rosemary Khamati - Director AllHumanity Africa

Ms. Khamati's has a unique combination of a strong educational background with sound administrative training and extensive involvement with non-profits. Her background as a teacher, her sound administrative training, and wide experience of non profits in Africa provides her with unique skills.

Deep leadership experience: Having worked in senior leadership for over 20 years in various international organizations and serving in various school boards and international organizations Boards.

Experience in running schools: Having worked with government, schools, development agencies, and faith community in Africa enables her to easily negotiate her way around with different governments. Her training in education and administration enables starting and running schools in Africa, working with communities in agriculture for sustainable food security, leadership development, and community development, specifically in South Sudan and Northern Uganda (Adjumani Refugee camps).

In addition, Ms. Khamati has worked in the following organizations: Africa Director – SEA Partners Period 2005 to 2012 Finance and Admin Manager - World Relief Period 1998 - 2004 Human Resource Manager and Executive Secretary Period 1993 - 1998

Rosemary Khamati is a Director at The AllHumanity Group

Joan Betros - Director, Special Events Production

Joan Synan Betros (Nejame) has over 35 years of experience in the media and entertainment field, which has covered every aspect of production. Her medium is Television, Radio, Network News, Live Production, Documentaries, and Motion Picture.  Her main areas of expertise are producing and directing family television programming and large, live events. Joan has a production/entertainment company, (JDB Entertainment, LLC), in Nashville, Tennessee and is currently establishing satellite offices in the Middle East in music, arts, family television programming, and live events with global media production.

Mrs. Betros started in the motion picture business as an AFTRA and SAG agent and as a casting agent for different motion picture houses and talent agencies in Hollywood. Mrs. Betros later was the Director of “JB and Friends” modeling agency in Georgetown, Washington, D.C.

Mrs. Betros is the creator of the Songster Bus™ a cultural, musical and entertainment television program. She will also be producing a live musical, cultural exchange, and music industry event, “The East-West Connection: Voices 4 One,” in the United Arab Emirates.  Mrs. Betros has worked with Warner Music Group (Nashville), Icon Studios (Atlanta), Renegade Radio (Nashville), and other award winning music studios, plus top singers/songwriters and stars.  She also produces and partners with well known producer and celebrity vocal coach, Mr. Dave Brooks. Dave is the CEO of DB Artist Development (Nashville), the VocalTeacher.com, and co-author of the global, technique and style program, “Singing Success.” Mrs. Betros and Dave Brooks are now collaborating with JDB Entertainment to produce every aspect of the entertainment industry.

Mrs. Betros is the Executive Producer/ Director/ and Creator of “The Nashville Connection – Heroes Salute” USA, a five-day music industry, arts and entertainment, patriotic and national live event that salutes and benefits military families and various non-profit organizations,  www.thenashvilleconnection.com.

Mrs. Betros is the Chairman and Founder of FUTURE, (Families United Toward Universal Respect), a global, USA based, non-profit organization. For the last ten years, Mrs. Betros has worked with women and their families, globally through FUTURE,  www.womenforfuture.org, educating and facilitating the needs of women and children.

Mrs. Betros served in Iraq as the Director of Women and Children’s Family Television programming under the direction of the Coalition Provisional Authority.  Mrs. Betros also created pre-production of indigenous family television programming for the Iraq Media Network. In Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Mrs. Betros was commissioned by the Royal Family and the King Faisal Foundation to produce marketing documentaries. She also created, wrote, and produced a family oriented television talk show in Saudi Arabia that emphasized education and building of the family unit for the Gulf Cooperation Council Region.

As a former producer for CNN, Mrs. Betros later became a CNN International onsite producer for anchor Christianne Amonpour. Mrs. Betros has produced television specials and live events to include: Worldwide Children’s satellite Vigil, Utah State Capitol, for UNICEF; “Operation Family Front TV Special” with Merrill Osmond Enterprises; Executive Producer of live event “Welcome Home Desert Storm Soldiers and Families”; and producer of special features, “Star Spangled Spectacular,” with celebrity Alan Thicke, both live and broadcast.

Mrs. Betros has also been a producer and correspondent for NBC and ABC affiliates. She has directed and hosted two 30-minute live shows airing daily for a period of three years for a CBS affiliate. During that time, she also covered the Masters Golf Tournament. She was the executive Director of Fairfax Community Television Channel 10, Channel 30 International and WEBR Radio, Channel 37. While there, Mrs. Betros was Creator, Executive Producer/Director of the first Fairfax County, Virginia film Festival working with superstar Robert Duvall.

Joan is also president and owner of JDB Entertainment, LLC and the creator and Executive Producer of “Light” a full length motion picture that is under development.

Ms. Betros has received many awards during her career to include national Telly Awards for outstanding Executive Producer Programming and talk show host. In her younger years, she was also featured in Sports Illustrated as Cheerleader of the Year.

She attended the Shannadoah Conservatory of Music, majored in voice and minored in drama. She also studied at the prestigious Tatorsky Music and Drama studio. She runs her business and lives in Brentwood, TN and with her husband in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

She has 3 children, 12 grandchildren, two dogs and a cat.

Prof. Dr. J Christopher Daniel - Director India

Prof.Dr J. Christopher Daniel (born in India, 1947) is the founding Executive Director of the Goodwill social work centre (NGO), Madurai, India. He is a former Collegiate Professor of social work and Human Resources Management at the Madurai Institute of social sciences,(affiliated to Madurai Kamaraj University, India) Madurai, India. He received his master’s degree in Social work with human resources management (HRM) as a field of specialisation from the Loyola College (University of Madras), Chennai, India in 1971 and Ph. D in social work/HRM from the Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai, India in 1988.He holds a Certificate in International interdisciplinary Course on Children’s rights awarded by the University of Ghent, Belgium in 1996.

With his wide academic and professional experience for 33 years as a Professor of Social Work and Human Resources Management at the Madurai Institute of Social Sciences, Madurai, India{1972-2005} and 5 years as a Visiting Professor of Social work/HRM and Senior Advisor-Master of Social Work programme at Department of Social Sciences, Lady Doak College,(an autonomous college affiliated to the Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai, India), Madurai, India{2005-2010} he has trained hundreds of young women and men in professional social work practice, social entrepreneurship, human resources management and NGO management at the post graduate level. He has also served as a Visiting Professor of the Department of Management Studies(M.B.A) and the Department of Social work at The American College,((an autonomous college affiliated to the Madurai Kamaraj University,Madurai,India), Madurai, India during 2005-2006.

Dr. Christopher is a free lance writer and he has to his credit more than 150 articles on various social issues including children's rights, and human resources management issues published in national and international journals, books and web magazines and websites. He has widely traveled abroad to present scientific papers in international conferences and seminars. He has served as Human Resources Management Educator and research consultant and involved in HRD training activities.

His special areas of interest include Professional social work practice, Human resources management, NGO /Civil society governance and management, Project management, training and capacity building for NGOs, Human rights training including child rights, social research etc. He has had wide professional experience in designing curriculum on Social work, Human resources management, HRD training and Development, Family Life Management, Environmental education for children and Child Rights education and training for school children etc. He has had extensive experience in organising an Intensive Family Preservation (family support services) programmes for dysfunctional families. He has been actively involving himself in organising NGO networking and capacity building programmes for Indian NGO administrators and development professionals in Tamilnadu, India.

He has served as Lead Researcher of various social research studies undertaken by the Goodwill Social work Centre (NGO), Madurai, India. He was appointed authorised Research Guide by the Madurai Kamaraj University for Ph.D Candidates in the field of Social work and HRM and he has so far guided doctoral candidates who have qualified themselves for the award of Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) of the Madurai Kamaraj University. Madurai, India.

As a Social work Academic turned Social entrepreneur he was prompted to set up a charity in 1981 to work with children, youth and young women and their families in distress with an aim to apply the ‘Goodwill social work model’ as a practice mode and an approach, which he has developed.

He has made a significant contribution to humanity at large through his contribution and operation of the Goodwill social work centre, which has been working in the areas of children's rights, children’s rights through artwork, Children’s environmental health rights, Intensive family preservation for dysfunctional families, non-formal employment training for youth, humanitarian aid, community technology services, environment education and action, social research, NGO capacity building, Global Links Initiative(UK)’s networking in Tamilnadu(India) and NGO consultancy. As Project Leader of the ‘Corporates-Goodwill Social Work Centre partnership initiative he has been actively involved in partnering with multinational companies and International funding organizations in taking up cross sector collaborative development projects for children, youth and women since 1996.

Causes supported by the Goodwill Social Work Centre are wide ranging from social philanthropy to social development in the spirit of the organisation's aims of professionalism based on the principles of scientific humanism in line with the professional social work model in the management of issues concerning children, youth, women, dysfunctional families,NGOs and civil society groups. The Centre is highly professional in its approach and its methods are underpinned by a strong academic research ethos.

His academic teaching and capacity building initiatives for hundreds of his students have provided him with an enriching experience to establish a social enterprise in Madurai, India to practise what he has professed. As the Chief functionary of the organisation he has been personally responsible for the organisation's local and international acclaim and achievements. Our flagship programme 'Intensive family preservation project' under the aegis of OZ Child -Children Australia launched in 1991 has resulted in our organisation implanting various development programmes for children, youth and women in dysfunctional families,NGOs and civil society groups in partnership with a number of international funding and networking organisations and Governmental organisations in India.

He was instrumental in winning the most prestigious “Panda IT Aid 2006 Initiative: Panda Software Digital Solidarity Grants Program” for the Goodwill social work centre awarded by Panda Software International, Spain. Through his fine initiative the Goodwill social work centre was declared as one of the four international winners of “Panda IT Aid,2006”, Panda Software International, Spain( http://www.pandasoftware.com) to create community technology centres for children and young adults in low and moderate income families in and around Madurai,India.

As a Social entrepreneur he has not only tried to involve help from friends and organisations and the world but also brought global knowledge to help locally. With a background of implementing new ideas that revitalise, challenge and grow local communities he has created a groundbreaking social enterprise that without doubt touches and enriches the lives of children, youth, women, dysfunctional families and also builds NGO capacity through networking initiatives.

He has served as the GLI (UK) Representative in Tamilnadu of the Global Links Initiative, United Kingdom, and (http://www.glinet.eu) and actively involved in NGO networking and capacity building initiatives among the GLI (UK) Tamilnadu networkers during 2006-2009.

He has won the most prestigious UnltdWorld (UK) Global Impact BRIC Award 2009 (Business, Resources, Insight and Community) for social entrepreneurship. You are invited to watch the video of the UnltdWorld award distribution to all the winners at the web link :http://www.vimeo.com/4510544. 

He has served as a Member on the ESF Pool of Reviewers to assess research proposals in the areas of Social Sciences and Humanities, for the period of 01 May 2010 - 30 April 2012, European Science Foundation (www.esf.org), 1, quai Lezay-Marnésia, BP 90015, 67080 Strasbourg Cedex, France. He has been identified as a potential member on the ESF Pool of reviewers on the basis of his track record of high-quality reviewing and his valuable achievements with regard to the participation in ESF funded activities during 2008-2009.

He has been conferred 'Indian Achievers Award' in recognition of his outstanding achievements towards economic and social development for the year 2009 by the Indian Achievers Forum, New Delhi, India (www.indianachieversforum.org) and 'Star Achiever Award, Gold Medal for Social Entrepreneurship 2010 by the National Integrity Cultural Academy in association with 'THE PEAKS', Chennai, India, Mother Teresa Excellence Award by the Integrated council for Socio-Economic Progress, Kerala, India, GEM OF INDIA AWARD,2010 by the All India Achievers' Conference, New Delhi and Arc of Excellence Award 2011 by the Economic Development Forum, New Delhi, India(www.edfindia.org).

Dr. Christopher has served as the Director AllHumanity Group India of The AllHumanity Group, USA. He is the Vice President and Director of The Claire Power Murphy Foundation, Inc, Florida, USA. He is recognized as a FELLOW of The Claire Power Murphy Foundation, Inc of the International Biographical Centre, USA. He is a member on the Board of World Alliance of People’s organisations, (WAPO)UK.




Michael Cudahy - Advisor/Consultant Branding

After nearly 20 years of working with companies in both traditional and online marketing, I have found that most are still missing huge opportunities to grow their businesses. That should be no great surprise - it's hard to be outstanding at your core competency and marketing as well. That's why I started Big Brand Boost, a social media marketing and business development provider. 

Social media has changed everything for businesses - it’s no longer an option – but a necessity. The question now is how to best use it as a business development tool in this new age of marketing. How will you position your company as a go-to provider of value in the hearts and minds of your prospects, customers, and channel partners in order to win their business?

Big Brand Boost partners with businesses like yours to identify goals, devise strategies to achieve those goals, and identify the tools and tactics that are the most effective and efficient in executing those strategies. I then help integrate the online efforts with the offline – a critical element overlooked in many business strategies. And finally of course, I always analyze your success and measure your ROI.

I help your business launch, leverage and optimize all the major social media platforms like LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, Pinterest as well as maximize the effectiveness of your brand website so that you can realize the boost to your bottom line that you’re looking for.

Patrick O'Neill - Advisor/Consultant - Hunger & Crowd-Feeding

Patrick O'Neill is the Founder & CEO of Amp Your Good.  Amp Your Good has developed a crowd-feeding platform that radically changes and improves how food drives work by replacing the traditional physical collection model with an online donation model. Similar to crowdfunding, people and organizations set up food drives hosted on our platform at no cost. However, instead of donating money, supporters choose the food items they would like to donate and pay for them via a standard e-commerce purchase. When a drive ends, we deliver all of the food directly to the food pantry, soup kitchen or shelter supported by the drive. Nothing ever sits in a collection box. Here are a couple of highlights:

Transparency - We make it as easy to donate food as it is to donate money so people know exactly how they are helping out.

Impact - people can donate fresh produce items and other high impact food items rather than traditional canned goods, which are oftentimes the least nutritious food.

More food! Drives raise more food on our platform and every donation counts due to our “wedding registry” feature.

My role is to lead the team moving the ball forward. There's a lot of work to be done and great things to accomplish!!

Charles A. Ray - Advisor/Consultant Oversight

Ambassador Charles Aaron Ray was born in Center, Texas in 1945. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in 1972 from Benedictine College in Atchinson, Kansas, and his Master’s of Science from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles and a Master’s of Science in National Security Strategy from the National Defense University in Washington, D.C. Ray joined the U.S. Army in 1962, and earned a commission of second lieutenant in 1965. In 1982, he retired from the military with the rank of major, after having served for 20 years. While in military service, Ray received two Bronze Star medals and the Armed Forces Humanitarian Service Award. During that time he did tours of duty in Vietnam, Germany, Okinawa (in Japan), and South Korea. In 1983, one year after retirement,

Ray joined the U.S. Foreign Service. His first State Department assignment was in its Political and Military Affairs Bureau.  His first overseas assignment was in the U.S. Consulate General Offices in Guangzhou and Shenyang, China. 

Ray’s overseas assignments have also included serving as an administrative officer in Thailand and deputy chief of mission at the U.S. Embassy in Freetown, Sierra Leone. In 1998, he became the first U.S. Consul General in Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam. On November 15, 2002, President George W. Bush nominated Ray to his first ambassadorship, Cambodia.  After confirmation by the U.S. Senate, Ray arrived in Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, on January 4, 2003 and remained there until July 11, 2005. While in Cambodia, Ray took an active interest in the problem of human trafficking, and cultural preservation. He tried to help develop a positive relationship between government, the people, and the United States after years of a brutal Communist dictatorship led by the Khmer Rouge from August 1975 to January 1979 and the Vietnamese occupation of the country for the next decade.   Upon leaving Cambodia, Ray served as diplomat-in-residence at the University of Houston for one year, where he recruited students who were interested in foreign policy and service. 

In September 2006 he was appointed as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for POW/Missing Personnel Affairs. Here he reported to Secretaries of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and Robert Gates on policy matters related to missing military personnel.  He also helped create policies and procedures for determining the status of all Americans missing in action.

On August 5, 2009, President Barack Obama nominated Ray to his second ambassadorship to Zimbabwe. After Senate confirmation, he arrived in the capital, Harare, in October 2009 and served there until the summer of 2012.

Ray began writing as a teenager and over the years he has published a number of books in what he calls the Buffalo Soldier series.  He is also the author of Things I Learned from My Grandmother about Leadership and Life (2008) and Taking Charge: Effective Leadership in the Twenty-First Century (2009). He has also produced photography and art for publications such as Ebony, the Foreign Service Journal, and Newsweek.  Proficient in Vietnamese and Thai, Ray also knows German, Korean, and French. Charles

Ray retired from public service on September 1, 2012 at the age of 67.  He now devotes his time to his writing, art, photography, and public speaking on leadership and international affairs. - 

AllHumanity Advisors

Dr. Frederick Burkle - AllHumanity Group Advisor

Professor Burkle is Senior Fellow & Scientist, the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, Harvard School of Public Health and former Senior Scholar and now Senior Associate Faculty and Research Scientist, the Center for Refugee & Disaster Response, Johns Hopkins University Medical Institutes. He also serves as a Senior International Public Policy Scholar, Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, Washington, DC (2008-present). From 2002-03 he served as Deputy Assistant Administrator for the Bureau of Global Health at US Agency for International Development, US Department of State. From 1989 to 2000, he was Professor of Pediatrics, Surgery and Public Health and Chairman of the Division of Emergency Medicine, Department of Surgery, University of Hawaii Schools of Medicine and Public Health. He served as Professor, Department of Community Emergency Health & Paramedic Practice, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing & Health Sciences, Monash University Medical School, Melbourne, Australia from 2006-2010 and is currently an Adjunct Professor; and, as a Clinical Professor of Surgery and Adjunct Professor in Tropical Medicine at the University of Hawaii. He is Adjunct Professor, Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, Bethesda, Maryland. He served as the Senior Advisor in Medicine and Public Health for the Defense Threat Reduction Agency and as a Research Scientist for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. He is a graduate of Saint Michael's College (1961) and the University of Vermont College of Medicine (1965).

Dr. Burkle holds post-graduate degrees from Yale, Harvard, Dartmouth, the University of California at Berkeley, a Diploma from the University of Geneva, Switzerland, in Health Emergencies in Large Populations, and a Diploma In Tropical Medicine from the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland. He is qualified in Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, and Psychiatry and holds a Master's Degree in Public Health. He is a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians and the American Academy of Pediatrics, and received the Emergency Physician of the Year Award in 1999 from the Governor of Hawaii.

Dr. Burkle was the founder and Director of the Center of Excellence in Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance from 1994-2000 a World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Center for humanitarian civil-military cooperation, the only one so designated. Professor Burkle has published over 200 scientific articles, abstracts and multiple book chapters, four books, three on disaster management including Disaster Medicine a sentinel text on the emergency response to disasters (1984). He has worked in and consulted on numerous humanitarian emergencies and large-scale international disasters in Asia, Africa, Middle East and Eastern Europe and serves as an International Health Delegate to the Red Cross.

He served as Joint Civil-Military Liaison for the Kurdish Crisis in southern Turkey, northern Iraq, and Baghdad, and again in the humanitarian crisis in Somalia where he also served as a UN Delegate to the 3rd Somalia Conference in Ethiopia. In 1996, he headed a global health assessment for the International Rescue Committee in the former Yugoslavia, Central Africa, Thai-Cambodia Border, Asia and Pakistan and in 1999 was a member of the Presidential Delegation to Kosovo. In 2003 he served the US State Department as the Senior Medical Officer in Iraq on the Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) for the Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance. He also served as the Interim Minister of Health in Iraq during the planning and relief phase of the crisis in 2003, as Senior Advisor for WHO on Health Emergencies in Liberia, and currently as a consultant for WHO-Health Action in Crises.

He is presently the elected Chair of the National Disaster Life Support Consortium of the American Medical Association and a member of the Science Advisory Board of the National American Red Cross, Washington, DC. Dr. Burkle was elected to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences in 2007, and named a Woodrow Wilson International Scholar in 2008. In 2009 he received an Honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters, Honoris Causis, from Saint Michaels College.

He has received numerous "Excellence in Teaching" and humanitarian service awards. These include the prestigious William Crawford Gorgas Medal for "distinguished work in preventive medicine, groundbreaking work in disaster management and humanitarian assistance and the training of an entire generation of U.S. and international personnel”, the Colonel Donald G. Cook Award for Humanitarian Service, and the Humanitarian Award from the International Federation of Emergency Medicine. In 2005 he received the University of Vermont, College of Medicine Alumni Association Award for Community Service in Medicine for his “distinguished career in humanitarian and military service.”

He is a frequent keynote and panel speaker at major universities and conferences, including WHO, The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, the Council on Foreign Relations, Global Forum in Davos, and the World Bank. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the International Rescue Committee, the world's largest refugee NGO, headquartered in New York City and was their Executive Medical Director in 1999. A retired Captain in the U.S. Naval Reserve he completed combat tours in the Vietnam (1968) and the Persian Gulf Wars with the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Marine Divisions, and with the US Central Command in Somalia. He received two early promotions and served as the Senior Medical Officer of the al Khanjar Trauma Center (largest trauma center ever built in the history of the US Marine Corps) during the 1991 Persian Gulf War. His awards include the Bronze Star Medal (2 awards) one with Combat "V", Combat Action Ribbon, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Navy Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Joint Meritorious Unit Citation (2 awards), Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry, Vietnamese Meritorious Medical Medal, the Humanitarian Service Medal (2 awards) and the Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal.

Dr. Burkle is a Director at The AllHumanity Group.

Michael L. Mathews—Senior Innovation Fellow, AllHumanity Advisory Group

Michael has a deep and rich work history including 12-years at Cray Research as an instructor and global training manager; as well as 10-years at SunGard Higher Education where he served as chief information officer, and vice president of academic services. In these roles he has influenced 100s of research, energy, chemical, and manufacturing companies, as well as over thirty community colleges, universities, and statewide systems.

Michael is a proven innovator at the intersection of education, business, and technology.Michael has consistently won international awards for his innovative work on initiatives like the education and career positioning system. He has garnered the 2016 EDUVENTURES Innovation of the Year Award, 2013 Campus Technology Student System and Services Innovation Award, and the 2012 U.S. Department of Education Business Start-up Challenge.  Michael has been invited to the White House on three occasions to discuss innovative breakthroughs for educational systems.

Michael has been featured in numerous journals, magazine, newspapers for innovation with wearable watches, nano-sizing education, student information systems, and augmented and virtual reality. The most recent interview on transforming education with augmented virtual reality can be viewed at CXOTalk. His 2016 lecture on geonetics and nano-sizing education has been archived on United Nations TV.

Mike has earned associate and bachelor degrees, as well as many certificates from institutions ranging from Dunwoody Institute of Technology, UW-Madison, UW-Stout, UCLA, Harvard Business School, and Global University. Mike has completed Master level programs in online teaching and learning from UCLA as part of his Master’s degree.

David C. Traub - Advisor/Consultant - Television & Film Media

David has nearly 30 years of experience as an award-winning executive producer of feature films, digital media products and games; as a venture catalyst, global business and economic development executive; and as an investor and/or board member/advisor to over 35 startup, early stage, institutional, multi-national and government entities. 

David's current movies as Exec or Co-Producer include jOBS, BRONX BULL (the story of Jake LaMotta), CRAZY FOR THE BOYS (story about a real girl band that forms around high school anti-bullying activity), NEON BUFFALO (impact of entrepreneurship and native American gaming on the resurgence of Native America) and "TIME TO HONOR" (story about 2 Marines supporting veterans returning to a challenging US). His first feature film credit was for producing display graphics on THE LAWNMOWER MAN.

He is also co-founder of "Teen Net" (resources for teenagers); "17 Question" (mythological evaluation tools), advancedbiofuels.com, a cellulosic ethanol platform, and Unityfor.org (mobile-based 'rock philanthropy'. Previous non-profit activities included a fellowship with philanthropic fullcirclefund.org; and a contribution to the Green Inaugural Ball, Jan. 19th 2009.

David is author of nearly 50 articles on the evolution of the digital domain, education and economic development for publications, books and clients such as Ontario Ministry of Culture, NTT-Docomo, Microsoft and Carnagie-Mellon. He has given more than 60 keynote and other speeches globally. David earned a Ed.M in Education from Harvard ('90) with focus on optimizing economic/career development via entertainment interfaces/media, while conducting class-work at MIT Media Lab & Harvard’s Business School. In 1984 he earned undergraduate degrees in rhetoric & film with honors from the UC Berkeley.

My "personal passion" is innovation entrepreneurship in digital media entertainment-deployed ‘bio-psycho-social’ curriculum and solutions: the ‘missing piece’ in modern education

Ross Ellis - Advisor/Consultant Cyberbullying Outreach Awareness

Ross Ellis is a national bullying and cyberbullying prevention expert, as well as an expert on violence against children and child abuse prevention. She focuses on bullying and cyberbullying prevention, school violence prevention, Internet safety, positive parenting and an array of parenting issues. As the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of STOMP Out Bullying, the most influential anti-bullying organization for kids and teens in the U.S. and beyond, and Love our Children USA, the national ‘go-to’ prevention organization fighting all forms of violence and neglect against children. Ross works aggressively to educate kids, teens and parents on the issues that most affect them. She is a national speaker in these areas and has appeared on CNN Headline News, Nightline, Fox News, MSNBC, HLN, Good Day New York, The Early Show, LXTV, The Montel Williams Show, WABC-TV Eyewitness News, Fox 5 NY, 106.7 Lite FM, Z100, Q104.3 and many other TV and radio shows. She is a contributor the Huffington Post, and the National Parenting Examiner and the New York Real Estate Examiner at Examiner.com, as well as STOMP Out Bullying and Love Our Children USA blogs, and writes her personal real estate blogs on ActiveRain.com and RossEllisSellsNewYork.com. Ross is also an award-winning Real Estate Broker in Manhattan. She has been featured in the New York Post, CBS Money Watch, Brokers Weekly, International Homes Magazine, Overseas Property Professional and Real Estate Weekly.