Me We World | Ambassadors
Inspire people to imagine and explore new existential concepts.
On this page, we build on our network of people and share intentions creating a regenerative civilization
As a community expert, I like to make the invisible visible, I often do this directly and effectively. I am a good listener, very curious and quickly see the connection between things. Therefore I like to solve wicked problems in collaboration with others and address their problems. This especially alongside others who are creative, future-forward, and who value restoring wholeness within ourselves, our workplaces, our communities, and across the globe. I am a holistic experiential educator, coach, facilitator, connector, and social entrepreneur who leads from a place of deep commitment to the community and the rights of all people to live free and fulfilling lives. My experiences are based on real-life and in which people’s consciousness has brought out their strength more.
What others say about me
Simone de Wijn is a pioneer in the creation of an inclusive civil society and works with local care institutions, new currencies, government bodies and NGO’s empowering them to create emergent and community-driven strategies. As a community adviser, she implements strategies of change and ‘OwnPower’ conferencing methodologies.
Contributed to the MeWe game from 2014- today
- Communication, acquisition and promotion for MeWe game and vision
- Building networks to various platforms informing MeWe
- Organising events and players opportunities
- Contributing matchings engine knowledge based on peoples preferences
Lawrence Kwakye is an industrial designer and artist creating interactive tools and art calling people and organizations to action. He works on a sharing society in which the end of retail and empty buildings are reformatted and creates new and magic realities in large format art portraits as well as in applied arts facilities. As a designer & artist, he finds that he should contribute to the self-actualization of people in a balanced society with value consciousness.
Social Interaction Designer / Industrial Designer / Artist
(Contributed to the MeWe game from 2014- today)
- MeWe game design in general
- Co-creating the MeWe game designs, game prototypes and rules together with Geert-Jan van der Wolf from 2015-2018
- The developer of the MeWe frame concept and design
- The developer of the MeWe game prototypes from 2019-today
- System Thinking program tool designer & developer since 2021
- Co-developer and designer of Island game since 2021
Geert-Jan van der Wolf is a philosopher, trainer/coach and works with people who are willing to choose for the welfare, well-being. These people are aware of the fact that they in their daily life only really can enjoy their peaceful, joyous freedom when all life enjoy well-being, prosperity and well-being at any time of the day life long. They have their balance and inspiration in business. With the creation of the game, he helps to the MEWE game these basic fundamentals of human choice, course of action to make a feast of the senses in the social gathering which together plays a game creates.
Consultant business spirituality
Contributed to the MeWe game from 2014-2018
- Design for the basic game rules
- Co-creating on the MeWe game designs, game prototypes and rules together with Lawrence Kwakye from 2015-2018
- Philosophies and postulates behind the MeWe game and integration of various anthropological theories
- The Geometry of Peace Theory by Geert-Jan van der Wolf
Machiel Tesser is a freelance blockchain instructor and creator of the “Blockchain for Lean” program. In 2016, he read about Blockchain for the first time and became curious about its possibilities. Over the past 7 years, he has organized meetups, given workshops and corporate presentations, created Blockchain board games and games, and blogs on a weekly basis about the relationship between lean and Blockchain organizing.
His conclusion is that Blockchain technology offers new building blocks for innovating products, processes, payments, and the customer journey. It is a new tool for digital transformation that enables collaboration. By sharing information with others, many waste and inefficiencies can be avoided, making processes more effective, social and sustainable.
System Thinker, game & workshop developer
System Thinking program Blockchain for Lean (collaboration Me-We BFL)
also Co-creator of Island game pilot/ project since 2021
- Developer System Thinking program together with Lawerence Kwakye
- Game developer Island game
- Workshop developer Toilet Bulrun (STEEP mapping)
- Developer of Theory of change canvases on Lean-System Thinking-Blockchain
Diego Liberati is the Research Director for Information, Control and Biomedical Engineering, and member of the Board, within the Institute for Electronics, Information and Communications Engineering of the Italian National Research Council at the Electronics and Information Department of the Milano Institute of Technology. Secretary of the Biomedical Engineering Society of the Italian Electrical and Electronic Engineering Association (and Milano prize laureate in 1987) and member of the Technical Committee on Control Design of the International Federation of Automatic Control, with particular emphasis on neural control, he has chaired the Scientific Committee for the Conferences on Information and Control Technologies in Health Systems sponsored by the Italian Control Association and has been a technological transfer expert with the Milano Chamber of Commerce. Visiting scientist at Rockefeller University, New York University, University of California and International Computer Science Institute, he has directed joint projects granted by both private (e.g. Hewlett Packard on artificial neural networks in industrial processes monitoring) and public (e.g. European Union on non-linear analysis of brain plasticity) institutions. Having taught signal processing, mathematical modelling, microelectronics, lab instrumentation and control theory in European Universities, he has also mentored dozens of pupils toward and beyond their doctorate. His main scientific interests in Information and Communication Technologies for life are related to measurement analysis, model identification and synthesis of emulations in natural and artificial complex systems, whose scientific and ethical aspects involving the human beings he loves to discuss in his papers.
Works on the data analysis of the MeWe research forms.
She empowers the Me-We World vision and promotes/facilitates the Me-We game concept by building a Me-We players community.