Agenda & Guest Speakers
Livia Malcangio - Keynote Guest Speaker
Director, Institutional Relations and Protocol, Permanent Secretariat of the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates
Ms. Livia Malcangio has served the Permanent Secretariat as the Director of Institutional Relations and Protocol for more than ten years, and has worked for the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates since it was established in 1999. She maintains a master’s degree in International Relations and Protection of Human Rights from the Italian Society for the International Organization – United Nations’ Association (SIOI). Ms. Malcangio is a registered journalist, a senior professional interpreter and translator, and a fervent human rights activist, who believes in the power of international interactive platforms to educate and inspire young people, such as the stage provided by the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates. To strengthen her belief, she has written an educational illustrative book, Being Nobel – Nobel Peace Laureates and their Courageous Pursuit of Peace, distributed each year at the World Summit and to schools during the year. Being Nobel is a tribute to the many inspiring Nobel Peace Prize Winners and to their untiring work to bring peace and social justice to the world.
As the KidsRights Foundation’s executive director in Italy for seven years, she has lobbied tirelessly for children’s rights. She has worked at the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) as the personal assistant to the Under Secretary-General for Economic Affairs for three years. As a professional interpreter, she has translated for a number of world leaders during G8 Summits, the World Social Forum, and humanitarian missions. Ms. Malcangio has also worked for the Italian Government, managing European funds for international training programs and editing books on sustainable tourism and inter-religious dialogue. Ms. Malcangio lives in Rome and speaks five languages, including French, English, German, Spanish, and Italian.
“One book, one teacher, one student, one pen can change the world”. Malala Yousafzai
Additional Guest Speakers
Co-CEO, Publicis Emil
Hello! My name is Claire Molyneux and I’m a parent of two Elementary students at Marymount Paris. I’m British, but I’ve been living and working in Paris for just over three years. What’s my job? Well, after studying History and German at St. Anne’s College, Oxford, I started my career as an Assistant Brand Manager at Procter and Gamble (P&G) UK. P&G is the manufacturer of many of the world’s most loved Brands – Pampers, Ariel, Gillette, Always, Oral-B, Aussie, Head and Shoulders, Vicks and many others. My career at P&G took me all over the world to Switzerland, France, Israel and Nigeria, talking to people and finding persuasive ways to advertise and grow our brands. I love advertising and after 15 years I decided to join an advertising agency, Saatchi & Saatchi, part of the Publicis Groupe – a company which is made up of some of the biggest technology, data, media and advertising networks in the communications industry. It’s been 5 years since I joined and I’ve worked with the makers of many products you’ll know including Oreos, Nescafé, Toyota and Häagen-Dazs and most recently, with a good friend, I’ve built an agency called Publicis Emil to help Mercedes-Benz transform their digital marketing. Today, we’re 600 Emilians in over 41 countries! I’ve always been passionate about helping young talent to grow and make an impact, so I’m really looking forward to meeting you all and supporting you on your mission to serve the communities you are part of.
Saskia Nino de Rivera
Founder, NGO Reinserta un Mexicano
Saskia Nino de Rivera seeks to improve the prevention of crime and improvement of security in her home community. She seeks to break the cycle of violence in Mexico by working with the penitentiary system and prison population through tailored interventions and reintegration processes. Her noble goal is to build a safer Mexico where all can live and succeed. She was awarded The Preemptive Love Prize for Youth Activism, supported by the Preemptive Love organization, in 2019.