Bac has over 25 years experience working in and with public library systems in Asia. She was formerly the director of the General Sciences Library, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and has held many positions as project manager and coordinator for regional and country programmes.Contact
A long-term advocate of the role of information in community development, Kingo also provides expertise in information and library training, as well as in impact assessment.Contact
Gloria has over 25 years experience working in and with public library systems in Latin America. She was formerly the director of the Department of Culture and Libraries of Comfenalco Antioquia, in Medellín, Colombia.Contact
Valentina has a Masters in Environmental Science Technology and a Doctorate in Agricultural Science and Biotechnology. She is passionate about public understanding and involvement in science, especially when applied towards sustainable development. Formerly, NIDA's Programme & Research Manager, Connect with Science, Valentina has recently taken up a Research Fellowship with ICARDA (the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas).
Following a period in the British Council Libraries Department, David took a position as Head of Cataloguing and Acquisitions and Subject Librarian for Law, International Relations and Geography at the University of Surrey. From 1986-2010 he was Librarian of Jordanhill College of Education/Faculty of Education, Strathclyde University. His interests lie in education in its broadest sense, formal, informal and community. His experience in the international field has included collaborations with Egypt, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, and most recently within the EU-Asia Link programme with the National University of East Timor in a project led by the Universidade do Minho in Portugal.
Within NIDA David contributes to the Impact Assessment portfolio, particularly within elearning in science and health literacies.Contact
Carol has over 30 years experience working in international development and although now based in the UK spent many years in the field in various countries of Asia and Africa. Prior to joining NIDA, Carol was the founding director of the International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications (INASP). In 2007 she was awarded the MBE for her services to science.Contact