Sue is a Marketing Planning Consultant conducting survey research
and analysis with leading multinational companies on strategic marketing
and communications, having previously worked with advertising agencies
J Walter Thompson and Ogilvy and Mather. She has been a volunteer
with Tibet Foundation since 1986 establishing the sponsorship programme
for exiled Tibetans as well as managing their work in Mongolia.
She travels often to Asia and has visited Dharamsala several times.
Tsering was born in Tibet and educated in the Tibetan exile community
in India. Following post-graduate study in the UK, he was deputy
headmaster in an international primary school in London for several
years before taking up his current post as Instructor in Tibetan
language in the Oriental Institute, University of Oxford. Tsering
has decades of experience translating Tibetan testimonies and documents
for different human rights groups as well as commercial films and
TV documentaries relating to Tibet.
Daniel is a consultant providing strategic analysis for a wide range
of multinational companies and governments. He grew up in the Tibetan
community in Dharamsala, India and has studied at the University
of London's School of Oriental and African Studies and at St. Antony's
College, University of Oxford.
Tsering was born in Tibet and educated in India, America and the
United Kingdom. He completed a Masters in Pacific International
Affairs (MPIA), concentrating on International Relations, China
and Tibet at the School of International Relations and Pacific Studies,
University of California-San Diego, USA. After coming to UK in 2003,
he has been researching, consulting and writing on Tibetan issues.
He has also interpreted for Tibetans in courts and public talks.