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PANELS, PANELISTS, MODERATORS

November 23, 2007 (Friday)

11.45-13.15
Panel 1 - Women in Diplomacy

  • Aliza Bin-Noun, Ambassador of Israel
  • Borbála Czakó, Ambassador, London
  • Gabriella Lonkai, UNICEF, New York
  • Dr. Katalin Széles, Executive Officer, Association for Women's Career Development in Hungary
  • Dr. Györgyi Zanathy Martin, UN Ambassador, Vienna

Moderator: Szilvia Krizsó, MTV


14.15 - 15.45
Panel 2 - Reconciling family and work - the eternal women's challenge

  • Barbara Albury, MA, assistant professor, University of New England, Australia
  • Countess Dr. Eva Bethlen, Mayor of Délegyháza, Association for Women's Career Development in Hungary
  • Dr. Mária Bogyay, cultural trainer, Amsterdam
  • Kitti Dobi, HR Executive, Procter&Gamble
  • April H. Foley, Ambassador of the United States for America to Hungary
  • Dr. Ildikó Szűts, Deputy CEO, Magyar Posta

Moderator: Vali Tóth, Hungarian Radio, London


16.00 -17.30
Panel 3 - Responsibility for future generations

  • Dr. Krisztina Deák, clinical psychologist, doctor of naturopathy, Sweden
  • Dr. Erzsébet G. Dovalovszki, MD, Member of Association for Women's Career Development in Hungary
  • Mária Kelemen, music artist, Dublin
  • Dr. Annamaria Kis , Department of Safety and Security, UN, New York
  • Idikó Nagy, Hungarian Radio, Bratislava
  • Judy Young-Drache, President of the Canada-Hungary Educational Foundation

Moderator: Georgina Szántó, Duna TV



November 24, 2007 (Saturday)

10.40 -12.30
Panel 4. Life & Style

  • Baroness Gloria Berg, costume and stage designer, Austria
  • Judith Müller, Oscar Award winning perfume creator, Israel
  • Gyöngyi Fazekas, AWCDH
  • Dorottya Szabó, fashion and costume designer, Canada
  • Judit Szöllősy, literary translator, New York-Budapest, Association for Women's Career Development in Hungary
  • Anikó Ungár, illusionist

Moderator: Nóra Szily


13.30 - 15.20
Panel 5 - „Creative ambassadors" from the world of arts and sports

  • Gyöngyi Dani, fencing champion, paralympic champion, Association for Women's Career Development in Hungary
  • Szilvia Kárászy, pianist
  • Márta Sebestyén, folk singer
  • Dr. Erzsébet Sorger, IT specialist, painter, Munich
  • Charity Sunshine Tillemann-Dick, opera singer, USA
  • Andrea Temesvári, tennis and olympic champion

Moderator: Gabriella Molnár, Editor in Chief, Nők Lapja

 

Dr. Gurmai Zita, EP képviselő
Dr. Zita Gurmai, Member of the European Parliament
Dr. Szili Katalin, Magyar Országgyűlés, elnök
Dr. Katalin Szili, Speaker of the Hungarian National Assembly
Dr. Göncz Kinga, külügyminiszter
Dr. Kinga Göncz, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Czakó Borbála, nagykövet, London
Borbála Czakó, Ambassador, London
Dr. Frank Tibor, ELTE egyetemi tanár, intézetigazgató
Professor Tibor Frank, M.A., Dr.Univ., Ph.D., D.Litt., Head of School
School of English and American Studies
Eötvös Loránd Universityy
Foley, April H., Amerikai Egyesült Állapok nagykövete
April. H. Foley, U.S. Ambassador to Hungar
Zanathyné dr. Martin Györgyi, dr., ENSZ nagykövet, Bécs
Zanathyiné, Dr. Györgyi Martin, UN Ambassador, Vienna
Dobi Kitti, HR szakértő
Kitti Dobi, HR Executive, Procter&Gamble
Aliza Bin-Noun, Izrael nagykövete
Aliza Bin-Noun, Ambassador of Israel
Müller Judith, Oscar díjas parfümkreátor, Izrael
Judith Müller, Oscar Award winning perfume creator, Israel
Sunshine Tillemann-Dick, Charity, operaénekes, USA,
Charity Sunshine Tillemann-Dick, opera singer, USA
Dr. Bogyay Mária, kultúra trainer, Amszterdam
Dr. Mária Bogyay, cultural trainer, Amsterdam
Dr. Sorger Erzsébet, München, informatikus, festőművész
Dr. Erzsébet Sorger, IT specialist, painter, Munich
Barbara Albury, MA, egyetemi adjunktus, University of New England, Ausztrália
Barbara Albury, MA, assistant professor, University of New England, Australia
Young-Drache Judy,  a Canada-Hungary Educational Foundation elnöke
Judy Young-Drache, President of the Canada-Hungary Educational Foundation
Dr. Kis Annamaria, Department of Safety and Security, UN, New York
Dr. Kis Annamaria, Department of Safety and Security, UN, New York
Tahi-Tóth László, színművész
László Tahi-Tóth, artist
Kárászy Szilvia, zongoraművész
Szilvia Kárászy, pianist
Szöllősy Judit, műfordító
Judit Szöllősy, literary translator, New York-Budapest
Dani Gyöngyi, vívóbajnok, paraolimpikon
Gyöngyi Dani, fencing champion, Paralympics champion
Fazekas Gyöngyi, MNKSZ, elnöki tanácsadó
Gyöngyi Fazekas, AWCDH
Dr. Széles Katalin MNKSZ elnöki tanácsadó
Dr. Katalin Széles, AWCDH
Dr. Nagy-Koppány Kornélia, MNKSZ, elnökségi tag
Dr. Kornelia Nagy-Koppány, Board Member, AWCDH
Lonkai Gabriella, UNICEF, New York, tanácsadó
Gabriella Lonkai, UNICEF, Consultant, New York
Bethlen Istvánné, dr. gr., polgármester
Countess Dr. Bethlen Istvánné, Mayor of Délegyháza
Dr. Deák Krisztina klinikai pszichológus, és természetgyógyász, Svédország,
Dr. Krisztina Deák, clinical psychologist, doctor of naturopathy, Sweden
Kelemen Mária, zeneművész, Dublin
Maria Kelemen, music artist, writer, teacher, Dublin
MNKSZ tag
Dr Göröncséri Ferencné, MD, Member of AWCDH
Sebestyén Márta, népdalénekes
Márta Sebestyén, folk singer
Szabó Dorottya, divat- és jelmeztervező, Kanada
Dorottya Szabó, fashion and costume designer, Canada
Szűts Ildikó, dr., vezérigazgató-helyettes, Magyar Posta
Dr. Ildikó Szűts, Deputy CEO, Magyar Posta (Hungarian Post Co. Ltd.)
Temesvári Andrea, teniszbajnok, olimpikon
Andrea Temesvári, tennis and Olympic champion

Szily Nóra
Nóra Szily
Tóth Vali
Vali Tóth, Hungarian Radio, BBC
Molnár Gabriella
Gabriella Molnár, Editor in Chief, Nők Lapja
Krizsó Szilvia
Szilvia Krizsó, MTV
Rauh Edit, szakállamtitkár, Szociális és Munkaügyi Minisztérium
Edit Rauh, State Secretary for Equal Opportunities, Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour
Lengyel P. Levente
Levente Lengyel, Director of Procter&Gamble
Ungár Anikó
Anikó Ungár, illusionist
Gloria Berg
Gloria Berg, Austria
Szanto GeorginaSzántó Georgina, Duna TV
nagy_ildiko.jpgIldikó Nagy, Hungarian Radio, Bratislava
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She had a twenty-year editorial career with The Hearst Corporation, starting out as a fashion writer at Harper’s Bazaar, and for ten years was executive editor of Town & Country magazine. A stint at Time Inc. followed. She then went on to become the editor of special publications romancing the corporate image and community involvement of Tiffany & Co. in New York and Neiman Marcus in Dallas.

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