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Cross-sector Intelligence

Evidence-Based Analysis

Neutral Advice

Strategic Foresight

gluoNNet is a hybrid structure of a swiss non-profit association, which allows for highest quality non-profit and pro bono data, intelligence & foresight services to the human aid sector, as well as Switzerland and UK based social enterprises that create value by efficient donation and investment intelligence to the public and private sector.

Core Values

We work hard every day to empower the human ecosystem to take smart decisons with the best possible intelligence:

  • neutral & indepenedent
  • transparant & scientific
  • across sectors & silos
  • state-of-the-art
The team

Tina Beattie
/ Co-founder & CEO

Team
Tina is an economist (econometrics & pure mathematics) with a 30 year career in Financial Services and senior Investment Banking Research Director roles. She was heading the Research team of Merrill Lynch Australia, integrated it in the USA business and was EMEA Head of Research Management. For ABN AMRO she was as Global Head of Research running 950 analysts in 44 global location. For Julius Baer she served as Executive Director and for the UNOPS hosted Global Humanitarian Lab she headed Impact Investment & Operations.

Passion: “Create the environment where the individual can excel.”

Dr. Daniel Dobos
/ Co-founder & CTO

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Daniel is a particle physicist with a 15 year career at CERN working on silicon and diamond detectors as well as project management, large-scale data acquisition and analysis for the ATLAS experiment and the Large Hadron Collider. Daniel co-funded THE Port humanitarian hackathons at CERN, was program coordinator for the Geneva Global Goals Innovation Day (G3iD) and worked as Foresight & Futures Head for the United Nations hosted Global Humanitarian Lab (GHL).

Passion: “Empower people to make smart & informed decisions.”

Elisabeth Pfund
/ Co-founder & Partnerships

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Dedicated to building win-win relationships across sectors, Elisabeth secured strategic partnerships and mobilised resources in key european markets for the past 15 years. With a background in International Relations and corporate social responsibility, she combines experience across entrepreneurial, not-for-profit and private sectors. Lately, she headed partnerships for the UN hosted Global Humanitarian Lab, fostering cross-sector collaborations for innovation.

Passion: “Bring the right people around the table to find solutions and create opportunities.”

The advisors
Anne-Laure Lamure (FR)
Anne-Laure is a multi-purpose engineer who obtained her engineering diploma from Ecole Centrale Lyon, with a specialisation in applied physics and international project management at Ecole Centrale Paris. She worked as CERN fellow on carbon coating as a Large Hadron Collider vacuum material, and studied thermal finite element simulations for the ATLAS experiment. As foresight and futures engineer of the GHL, she created and organised AR & VR experiences at the Davos World Economic Forum 2018 Sustainable Impact. Hub.
More details at: Linkedin
Ben Segal (UK)
Ben earned his BSc at Imperial College and his PhD at Stanford before he came to CERN in 1971 to work on computer networking. He adopted Internet protocols like TCP at CERN and helped Tim Berners-Lee with some World Wide Web design decisions, pointing to existing protocols to assist his invention of the HyperText Transfer Protocol. Ben is an honorary CERN staff member and an active advocate of volunteer computing and citizen science.
More details at: Internet Hall of Fame
Beris Gwynne (AU)
Beris brings extensive international relations and development experience (Vietnam, Poland, Mexico and Nauru) with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Australian “aid”. Positions in not for profit organisations included senior roles with a large international NGO, a think tank and an intergovernmental organisation. Beris launched her own platform (Incitāre) in 2016, using futures thinking to help design and demonstrate 21st Century-fit ways of thinking & working to accelerate achievement of the SDGs.
More details at: Linkedin
Bilge Demirkoz (TR)
Bilge is an astro-particle physicist professor at the Ankara-based Middle East Technical University. She studied at MIT and Oxford, worked at Cambridge and CERN for 15 years on silicon detectors and data analysis for the ATLAS Experiment as well as the space radiation with the AMS Experiment. Bilge received multiple awards including the L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science International Rising Talent fellowship and co-funded THE Port humanitarian hackathons at CERN.
More details at: Linkedin
Catarina Tully (UK)
Cat has a Social and Political Science degree from Cambridge University and an MPA from Princeton. She is a Co-Founder of the School of International Futures and Founder of the strategy and foreign policy consultancy FromOverHere. Before she was Strategy Project Director at the UK FCO, Senior Policy Adviser in the Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit and worked for Christian Aid, Proctor and Gamble, and the World Bank. Cat has advised the UK parliament on an inquiry into Government Strategic Capability.
More details at: Linkedin
Duco Tellegen (NL)
Duco is an award winning filmmaker, communication specialists and developer with knowledge and experience in human rights. He started filmmaking at a School of Art in Utrecht. Besides directing and producing his own documentary films on different social issues, he worked as production- and director assistant, researcher and sound engineer for many film productions worldwide.
More details at: TrueHeroesFilms
Felix Stähli (CH)
Felix is passionate about social entrepreneurship and leveraging the potential of Geneva-based international sectors for social innovation. He is a co-founder of the Impact Hubs in Geneva and Lausanne and leads their operations, innovation projects and public relations. Felix is co-president of the Geneva Global Goals Innovation Day (G3iD) and supports Just Innovate, as well as the THE Port Humanitarian Hackathons as an advisory board member.
More details at: Linkedin
Hardeep Rai (UK)
Hardeep is a business management professional with 20 years Financial Services experience. At Gartmore he helped grewing its Hedge Fund franchise. He joined a Private Equity firm as Head of Investor Relations followed by Head of Business Development at an Emerging Markets Wealth Manager. Hardeep was Client acquisition & retention Director to HB Prime Advantage, focussed on SME's grow for Exit. He is Managing Director at Kaleidoscope Investments - intelligently investing into people with disabilities that have business ideas.
More details at: Linkedin
Julian Lee (UK)
Julian has worked within information systems in Capital markets for over 25 years. He has acted as an advisor to many of the industry's leading names including investors and suppliers and fuses experience in regulation, markets, processes and technology to produce innovative solutions to business challenges and opportunities. Julian has performed senior roles in large, global financial services companies including ABN AMRO and TPICAP.
More details at: Linkedin
Jonathan Robinson (UK)
Jonathan Robinson is an entrepreneur, author, and anthropologist. He is also the founding director of the Guardian's new civic space. Previously, Jonathan was the global director of Impact Hub, which he also co-founded. Impact Hub provides physical spaces in 54 cities, offering access to events, knowledge, investment, and tools to help start and grow social enterprises. He has also launched ventures with partners ranging from the Cabinet Office and Tate Modern, to UNICEF and peace entrepreneurs in Afghanistan.
More details at: Linkedin
Karolos Potamianos (GR/BE)
Karolos is a Research Fellow at DESY working on the ATLAS Experiment at CERN. He studied engineering and business administration at the Université Libre de Bruxelles and physics at Purdue University, earning his PhD searching for the Higgs boson using machine learning, before joining the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Karolos is an expert in large-scale data analysis, silicon pixel detectors, data acquisition and pattern recognition. He co-founded THE Port Humanitarian Hackathons at CERN.
More details at: Linkedin
Michael Kagan (US)
Michael is a Panofsky Fellow at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory of the Stanford University. He studied mathematics and physics at the University of Michigan and Harvard and earned his PhD for his research on the ATLAS Experiment at CERN. He connects machine learning, deep learning and data mining to large-scale particle physics data analysis and pattern recognition. He is a co-founder of THE Port humanitarian hackathons at CERN.
More details at: Linkedin
Sharada Mohanty (IN)
Mohanty is a PhD Student at the Digital Epidemiology Lab of the EPFL and a co-Founder of ​CrowdAI. He studied at IIIT-Hyderabad, is an open source enthusiast and a machine learning freak. Mohanty has been associated with Google Summer of Code for 3 years and has previously worked with the ROOT team at CERN. He was associated with CERN as a Visiting Scientist, was the winner of the CERN Webfest in 2013 and the coordinator in 2014.
More details at: SPmohanty
Randolph Kent (UK)
Randolph is a former senior United Nations Coordinator in emergency operations in several East African crisis zones including Somalia, Rwanda, Sudan, Ethiopia as well as UN Humanitarian Coordinator in Kosovo. He is the programme director of the Humanitarian Futures Programme of the King’s College London which helps organisations to prepare for future humanitarian threats.
More details at: Linkedin
Skip Shelly (USA)
Skip Shelly is Associate Teaching Professor & Faculty Director at the Human-Computer Interaction Institute (HCII) at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). A graduate of the CMU School of Design and seasoned consultant, Skip was a director at MAYA Design group, founded a strategic design consultancy and negotiated its acquisition by an IBM business partner. At CMU Skip design curriculum and teaches Digital Service Innovation, Service Design and Interaction Design Studio.
More details at: Linkedin

Services

Cross-sector Intelligence

Evidence-Based Analysis

Neutral Advice

Strategic Foresight

Like Gluons and the Strong Force hold togeter the quarks to form the core of all matter, our personal contacts and network hold together efficient work building on best practice, innovation, failing forward as well as to iterativly improve and avoiding duplication. gluoNNet finds the unexpected connections and hidden connections in our networks to create the new connections most useful for your current task and challenge. By identifing the world-leading collaborations to leapfrog learning, creating most efficeint collaborations and fundraising consortia, identifing most promising grant paths, application wording and donors we are able to advise neutrally and evidence-based. By providing indexes for smart investments and donations we allow to identify the point of most efficient investment of a thematic ecosystem. We extrapolate and use strategic foresight techniques in order to use all available human aid intelligence for efficient preparedness and prevention.

Clients

Our clients include all human aid actors who are in the need of state-of-the-art intelligence to take well informed & smart decisions.

  • Human Aid Implementers
    • United Nations Agencies
    • International Red Cross & Red Crescent Movement
    • Non-Governmental & International Organisations
  • Human Aid Donors & Investors
    • Governments
    • Institutional Pension & Sustainable Funds
    • Impact Investors
    • Philanthropists

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