BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Chairman of the Board
Ph.D., Director of Hanken Business Lab, family entrepreneur, board professional,
MSc (economics), CEFA, business angel
Member of the Board
MSC (economics), sustainability entrepreneur, 20+ years experience working in finance industry.
MSc (economics), serial entrepreneur in the field of technology, management consultant and managing director.
Population Council, New York (ret.)
Ph.D. (Economics) Princeton Univ., former professor, Univ. of Michigan and Univ. of Hawaii (economics); student of demography and population policies, especially in countries with below-replacement fertility; founding editor Population and Development Review; external member, Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
University of Auckland,
Japan Fair Trade Commission
Professor (Economics) Reiko Aoki has worked in numerous universities in Japan and abroad and has made considerable contribution to the research on children's voting rights and Demeny voting in particular.
University of Ottawa
Professor (Economics) Miles Corak has focused in his research on the issues of economics relevant for public policies - and in particular the questions relating to child rights, poverty, immigration, inclusiveness in society, intergenerational issues and social policy.
Professor John Wall works in the areas of ethical theory and childhood studies, including children’s political rights and voting, childism, and the challenges of childhood theory and activism. His interest areas also include postmodernism and globalization.
Anna Ehrnrooth acted as Vice Chairman of "Lapsen Ääni", our predecessor organization in Finland in 1990'ies. Anna has broad experience of working for various children-, family- and education-related organizations in Finland. Currently Anna is the Board Member of retirement home Brummerska Hemmet and the professional education institute Prakticum.
Rea Nukari-Pajunen was a founding member of "Lapsen Ääni", our predecessor organization in Finland in 1990'ies.
Children's Voice Association (Lasten Ääni Ry in Finnish) is registered in Helsinki, Finland - we are members of the Hanken Business Lab - and we aim to make impact globally.