Janet C. Salazar is a social innovator, human potential activist, entrepreneur, global thinker and a humanist. Janet serves as the Chief and Permanent Representative to the United Nations and Permanent Observer to the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) at Foundation for the Support of the United Nations (FSUN), an international nongovernmental organization in General Consultative Status with UN ECOSOC. Janet has held these positions since 2006, as she continues to be a strong voice of civil society inside the United Nations. Her commitment to influencing state leadership decisions for civil society have led to many tangible collaborations with different Missions to the United Nations. Janet is also widely known for bringing the business and private sector perspective inside the United Nations by convening global forums and dialogues around global issues in partnership with UN entities and Missions.
She is the CEO and Co-Founder of IMPACT Leadership 21™, a global platform providing leadership solutions that drive change toward inclusive economies, launched in December 12, 2012. A Leadership Architect for Emerging Global Leaders (EGL), Janet’s expertise is assisting high-potential leaders in creating authentic, profound, long lasting impact in their organizations and personal lives. She is a confidential advisor and sounding board to top executives, CEOs, expatriates, nonprofit leaders, diplomats, entrepreneurs, artists and visionaries across the globe. As a Certified Executive and Master Coach Trainer, she trains senior executives maximize their abilities to coach and unleash the potential of emerging leaders.
Janet serves at the Board, Advisory Council and Committees of several organizations. She is a Board member at World Pulse, a global organization that empowers millions of women worldwide through digital communication. Janet joins Geena Davis, Queen Latifah, Freida Pinto, Jodie Foster, Robin Wright, Henry Louis Gates and other luminaries/socially-conscious film/media activists and advocates on the Advisory Board of We Do It Together, a nonprofit organization created to finance and produce films, documentaries, TV and other forms of media, uniquely dedicated to the empowerment of women. She also serves as a Global Advisor and Ambassador at Women4Empowerment, a global platform that works to economically and socially empower girls, women and youth — both in the USA and globally, and the Advisory Board of All America Chinese Youth Federation (AACYF). Janet is also active in major LGBT business organizations such as the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce LGBT Committee and Equality Card.
As a humanist, Janet is an advocate of seeing life and human history as a great adventure, seeking new worlds to explore, new facts to uncover, new avenues for artistic expression, new solutions to old problems, and new feelings to experience. She is a believer that our goals as a species are open ended, and as a result, we will never be without purpose.
Luiz Antonio Reis
Luiz Antonio Gonçalves dos Reis is the visionary and founder of New Frontiers of Cooperation Institute, a non-governmental organization originaly based on Project UNDP BRA 97/015 (1990–99), incorporated as a private non-profit organization with headquarters in Brasilia / DF and activities throughout the national territory. Since 1999 dedicated primarily structuring and implementation of social, economic, governmental and private projects. He is a national reference when it comes to family farming projects and had done extensivily work at Rio 20+, Agenda 21. He wrote more than 150 publications as an expert in the topics: sustainable development, cooperatives, industrialization, marketing, management, strategic planning, microfinance, modeling of associative organizations and solidarity property developments, among others.
Luiz Antonio had over 1500 projects successfully implemented that had directly impacted the lives of over 15 million families in urban and rural areas.
Peter is a key advisor to the Moeda project in the Asia Pacific region. He holds advanced degrees in electrical and computer engineering and focuses on business development and sales across multiple sectors including fintech and blockchain. Peter has a personal interest in sustainable development investing and views Moeda as a potential game changer for transparency and accessibility of capital. His role with Moeda is to make key introductions, build partnerships, and provide project feedback in relation to the Asia region.
Maria Paula Fidalgo
Founder of the NGO One Drop in the Ocean and the Peace Embassy. Actress and psychologist. Maria Paula collaborated with several campaigns of the Ministry of Health. In 2006, she led the campaign to increase the period of maternity leave and was chosen as Ambassador of the Brazilian Network of Human Milk Banks.