Here are some of the key team members leading Pax Populi.
Robert McNulty, PhD
Founder and Executive Director of Pax Populi and Applied Ethics, Inc.
For over two decades, Dr. McNulty’s academic work has focused on ethics, which led him to found Pax Populi, as he believes there is no greater ethical duty than avoiding violence and hatred and promoting caring, peaceful relations among all people—especially in this period of heightened global conflicts. He believes that with current technologies, we have unprecedented opportunities for innovations in peacebuilding. Bob is also the director of programs at the Hoffman Center for Business Ethics at Bentley University in Waltham, MA. Through his work at Bentley and the United Nations Global Compact, he actively advocates for Business for Peace.
Director of Outreach and Community Development
For nine years, Didem taught English in different regions of Turkey. She then continued her TESOL work with students from immigrant families in several public schools in the United States. Didem earned her Master of Arts in TESOL from Salem State University in Massachusetts. Currently, she is pursuing her doctorate in education in International and Multicultural Education at the University of San Francisco. Her research focus is on intercultural competence, online education, global citizenship, foreign language education, and applied linguistics. Her motto is, “Raise your words, not voice. It is rain that grows flowers, not thunder.” – Rumi.
Technical Manager of Pax Populi Academy
Frank Fucile is an e-learning professional with extensive of experience in the area of instructional design, course development, consulting and training. Throughout his career, he has been developing and delivering online technology solutions for the K-to-20, Higher Ed, Corporate and Non-Profit sectors. Frank lives and works out of his home office in Nanaimo, British Columbia and provides ongoing technical support to the Pax Populi Academy.