Meg Durham is the host of The School of Wellbeing podcast and a teacher well-being specialist who captivates audiences with her dynamic style and profound insights. With over a decade of teaching experience, Meg has a unique ability to connect with educators, leaving a lasting impact on their personal and professional lives.
Meg is a catalyst for positive change in the education sector. She skillfully blends humour, evidence-based strategies and her own life experiences to empower educators and school communities to prioritize their well-being and take courageous action despite the increasing demands of school life.
Meg's qualifications include a bachelor's degree in physical education (B.Phy Ed), master's degree in education specializing in student well-being (M.Ed), and a Certificate in Wholeperson Positive Psychology (CIPP).
Dr Paul Kim
Dr Paul Kim is the Chief Technology Officer and Associate Dean of the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University, where he leads initiatives in learning technology design, educational research, and community development. He launched the university’s Entrepreneur in Residence Program and the Digital Learning Design Challenge to promote student entrepreneurship in educational technology.
Dedicated to international development through education and information technology strategies, Dr Kim has overseen Stanford students conducting mobile-social educational research in marginalized communities worldwide. He has advised on online education initiatives in Saudi Arabia, evaluated Uruguay’s One Laptop Per Child project, and contributed to various boards and advisory committees, including the Asian Development Bank, the National Academies of Science, and the National Science Foundation’s Education and Human Resources Directorate.
Dr Ameeta Mulla Wattal
Dr Ameeta Mulla Wattal, who is currently the Chairperson and Executive Director of Education, Innovations and Training DLF Foundation Schools and Scholarship Programmes, has built an accomplished, five-decade career in the spheres of education, creative arts, special needs, street theatre, women's education, peace studies and curriculum development.
Her leadership extends to the Governing Boards of Delhi Teachers University, the Lady Irwin College, IILM University, Shri Vishwakarma Skill University, and various schools across India. She is the Chairperson for the Global Inclusive Education Network, the National Advisory for Centre of Disabilities and the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights. She is also the lead member of Global Education Leaders Program (G.E.L.P), a consortium of 63 countries.
Formerly, she served as Chairperson of the National Progressive Schools Conference, Principal of Springdales Schools in New Delhi and Dubai, and member of the Governing Board of the Central Board of Secondary Education of India and other several educational bodies.
Her distinguished career includes recognition such as the National Teachers Award in India, the Australian government's Endeavour Award for Asia Literacy, and numerous national and international accolades. Dr Mulla Wattal's impactful research is evident in extensive journal publications.