Sandra Kolbl-Holman, Ph.D.
Dr. Sandra Kolbl-Holman is Program Director for the Integrated Sustainability Studies program at Akamai University (USA) and founder of the Ancient Intuitive Recovery Konsortsium (A.I.R.-K'). Kolbl-Holman is researching a pioneering earth/neuro-intention/body sustainability process that renews healing and connections with our ancient life's purpose. She brings to any setting a multi-faceted international scope through her education, experience and career interests. Born in Germany to a German mother and an Austrian Jewish father, Kolbl-Holman was educated in Canada, Germany, and the United States. Kolbl-Holman is a gifted scholar who reached her senior year of high school at age 15 years. She received her undergraduate degree honors with distinction from Saint Thomas University in New Brunswick, Canada. Her nursing program was part of the fast track Lethbridge Community College RN degree program. Kolbl-Holman's Art studies began as a youngster at age 2 years and were nurtured in Europe. Her passion for Art continues through the Academy of Art in San Francisco, California. Her graduate scholarly training followed a path through Carleton University, the University of Lethbridge, and with Akamai University. She has been conferred her doctorate degree with high honors. During Kolbl-Holman's academic career, she has received graduate teaching assistantships for undergraduate counseling and theories, full tuition scholarships at the graduate level, graduate scholarships for academic excellence, graduate awards for women in higher education, a national award in program evaluation for program logic model development, graduate and undergraduate research assistantships, two undergraduate teaching assistantships, presented at academic conferences and is academically published and recognized. She also had the honor of working towards norming a new intelligence measure for Dr. Robert Sternberg during his tenure at Yale University. Kolbl-Holman's professional history illustrates successes for her serving in politics, mayoral duties, working as a political journalist, coordinator of volunteer programs in criminal justice environments, developing treatment, cross cultural and community programs, psychologist, president/CEO of her business consulting firm, entrepreneur/inventor with seven patents worldwide, preparing needs assessment studies, becoming familiar with the Canadian legal system as a Probation Officer and as a lead researcher for the S.O.A.C Justice Committee that brought about new sexual offender laws, environmental supporter, author, former chief advisor for Project Nature Connect and a SIP Mentor. Kolbl-Holman received the Canadian Achievement Award for Small Business presented by Petro Canada in recognition of outstanding business practices and marketing in national and international scenarios. Currently, Kolbl-Holman is building a two-fold peace oriented, humanitarian focused project with the mission goal of creating global sustainability through life's purpose, that starts with the essence intersections of human life and moves to a gestalt that reaches out in all directions from the ground level of every village and every city block.
Martial Yapo Assi, Architect DPLG
Martial Assi, a licensed architect, served for six year as General Manager for the Soci�t� d�Equipement de C�te d�Ivoire, a government-owned subsidiary providing real estate development activities for low and middle income Ivorian citizens. He served for twenty years as administrator and grant manager for international development, health and education programs including West African social programs and feasibility projects with African Development Bank, UNESCO Missions, Saniplan Missions, and other major projects. Martial Assi carried out major development and service projects under his leadership in Gabon, Mali, Algeria, Burkina-Faso, Burundi, and Madagascar He holds the degree Architect DPLG and is a Registered Architect No. 86/118/00. He was the Founder of MAY Architects and Engineers, 1988; served as a long-term Consultant with UNESCO; a Consultant with African Development Bank since 1989; served as an Expert Architect on Health and Education projects; a Specialist Architect on the fight against poverty; and a Specialist in Earth Blocks.
Niranjan Ray, B.S.E.E. (Hons.), M.S.E.E., Ph.D. (Engineering)
Dr. Ray is a Program Director of Corporate Training (Six Sigma), and Deputy Program Director for the Akamai University Business Administration Program. He is President of Roswell 83, LLC (3 star hotel, Motel 6), and serves on the Board of Directors of 101 Crescent, Inc. (3 star hotel, Quality Inn & Suites). Dr. Ray received his B.S.E.E (Hons)., M.S. E.E. and Ph.D. (Engineering) from Jadavpur University in India. He has taught at several universities including Jadavpur University, India, Engineering University, Bangladesh and International Institute of Management Science, India. He served as a Faculty Head of Computer Division of the Indian Institute of Material Management, Kolkata, India. He was an adjunct faculty of University of Redlands, California and Greenwich University, Norfolk Island. He served as a Principal Adviser, Software Design and Development of EDSA Micro Corporation., USA. As a corporate trainer he taught Managers, Engineers of Parsons Corporation, USA in Relational Database Management System (DBMS). He also provided training on courses of Computer and DBMS to Managers, Engineers of State Electricity Board, Kolkata, India, and Indian Administrative officers at Administrative training Institute, Kolkata, India. He is a Competent Toast Master (CTM) of Toast Master of International, USA. Dr. Ray was a senior member of IEEE, USA. He has a number of published papers to his credit. His primary interests are in teaching and research in the fields of Computer Science and Engineering, Management Information Systems, Computer Applications in Business Administration including Project Management, and Systems Analysis and Design. Dr. Ray joined the Akamai university faculty during 2002 and as such has been considered a founding member of the AU academic team.
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