Paul is co-founder and CEO of EnSo, a startup chain of ultra low cost private �changemaker� schools in the developing world for people earning less than $2 per day. Over the past 15 years, Paul�s focus has been education as a vehicle for economically and environmentally sustainable and peaceful societies. He has pursued this goal in a diverse array of settings, not only as an educator in the traditional sense, but also as a producer, advocate, and entrepreneur. Operating in 5 continents, he has led innovation in education, working with the UN, NGOs, schools, Fortune 500 companies, governments (advocating directly to Heads of State), and the entertainment industry, all with the same goal of educating hearts and minds. Paul has developed this work through several related channels, including as Chairman of UNESCO Schools UK, as Co-Producer of the Humanitarian Water and Food Awards, as Co-Creator of The100Hours, and directly at the coal-face with thousands of school and university pupils from the ages of 3 to 25. As part of this work, he has led teams in areas of very high poverty in Africa and Asia (especially India), as well as the developed world. Through his leadership role at the 2015 World Expo in Milan, Paul is co-developing core content for the UN�s Global Education First initiative, in particular the global citizenship element. He was educated at Cambridge University.