The Reverend Duncan Dormor
The Reverend Duncan Dormor is the Dean of St John’s College in the University of Cambridge where he has also served as President, the elected head of the Fellowship; as a Tutor; and, the Director of Studies for Theology and Religious Studies. He teaches sociology and anthropology of religion in the University of Cambridge and serves on a number of national church bodies including the Anglican-Roman Catholic committee and the Churches Conservation Trust. He has published work on the relationship between religion, sexuality and gender, and more recently on the theology of Pope Francis.
Renaldo Michael Pearson
A self-described social entrepreneur, Renaldo Michael Pearson accepted a position to become an administrator at Harvard University (as Academic Coordinator of Winthrop House) in December of 2015. He is 2011 alumnus of Morehouse College, he majored in Political Science with a Pre-Law concentration and was named 1 of the 6 most “distinguished men of the class of 2011″ by Morehouse’s newspaper, in its 2011 “Man of The Year” issue. Pearson also received recognition as the most “Well Spoken” member of the Morehouse class of 2011 in the college’s yearbook. In 2012, he served as a Senior advisor in the 2012 Morehouse College Presidential Search Process.
Prof Adekunle Adeyeye
Adekunle Adeyeye is a Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering at the National University of Singapore. His research focuses on the fundamental understanding and exploration of magnetic nanostructures in applications such as ultra-high density storage, magnetic random access memory and magnetic logic devices. More recently in 2014, he was appointed the founding College Master of Ridge View Residential College (RVRC) at NUS. A soccer enthusiast, he lives in RVRC with his wife, Folake and their three children and hopes to share and instill the same spirit of dedication and tenacity to the students that he reaches out to.