Tricia Alegra Jenkins MBE is the Founder of Catalyst for Dialogue
: a small company with a global network based in Croatia. Previously she was the Director of the International Centre for Excellence In Educational Opportunities at the University of Liverpool, UK and the Principal Investigator of the four year European funded project SiS Catalyst: Children as Change Agents for Science and Society.
Karoline Iber has a Master degree in Educational Science and is also trained in museums pedagogy and business management. She is the founder and managing director of the Vienna University Children's Office
and co-initiator and project leader of “KinderuniWien” (”Children’s University Vienna”). She is a former member of the rector’s office and lecturer at the University of Vienna.
Michael Seifert is specialist in German and Romance studies and trained teacher. He was head of the Department of Public Relations of the Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
. In recognition of the pioneering work as one of the initiators and organisers of the Tübingen Children’s University he was awarded with the Descartes Prize for Science Communication of the European Union in the year 2005.
The General Secretary
Chris Gary, Sociologist. Project staff of the Vienna University Children's Office and responsible for project development and evaluation issues, coordinator of ECFUN (FP6-SiS) and EUCU.NET (FP7-SiS), international relations and dissemination, EU contacts.
The International Liaison Coordinator
Cyril Dworsky is archaeologist and project staff of the Vienna University Children's Office. He's responsible for web editorial, event management and active science communicator in the field of archaeology.