DR. PETER LOW
was specially selected by Dr Edward de Bono and was among the first 12 persons in the world to be personally trained and certified by him to provide training in the Six Thinking Hats®, Lateral Thinking™ and Creativity, Direct Attention Thinking Tools™, Focus on Facilitation™ and Simplicity™.
In recognition of his excellent performance in providing training to thousands of senior executives from major corporations in Singapore and the Southeast Asia region, he was appointed Master Trainer by Dr de Bono in December 1993. Both he and his co-consultant Linda Low were acknowledged by Dr de Bono as "the leading trainers of my work anywhere in the world" in his website message of 16 March 1997. In 2002, he was among only three trainers worldwide to be awarded Lifetime Certification in all Edward de Bono Thinking Programs on account of his training excellence.
MRS. LINDA LOW
was among the first 12 persons in the world to be specially selected and trained by Dr Edward de Bono to provide training in his methods.
On account of her phenomenal success, Dr de Bono appointed her Master Trainer and his official representative in Southeast Asia region. He has acknowledged her as his leading trainer of his programmes globally (Edward de Bono international website message, 16 March 1997).
For 15 successive years, she win the Top Performer Award in all of Asia and Oceania. In 2002, she was among only three trainers worldwide to be awarded Lifetime Certification in all Edward de Bono Thinking Programs on account of her training excellence.
She holds a Masters degree in Adult and Continuing Education for Lifelong Learning from the University of London. Besides lecturing at the Singapore Institute of Management and The Hong Kong Management Association, she is also a guest lecturer at universities in the UK, including St Bartholomew's and The Royal London School of Medicine and Dentistry.
JOHN GABRIEL PELIAS
, graduating with a B.S. Mathematics degree on Sunday (April 17), has a GWA of 1.016.
Pelias finished high school and college through scholarships as he and his Lola Sandra have no "family income," living only on meager savings,according to a report published in the Philippine Daily Inquirer.
He was valedictorian of his high school class at the National College for Business and Arts (NCBA).
He told the Inquirer that his "kind of background reinforced the character I have now."
Although he did his best while studying, Pelias said he was never grade-conscious.
His thesis was entitled “Linked Circles and Qubits: The Hopf Fibration in Topology, Geometry and Quantum Mechanics”.
According to his Facebook account, Pelias is fond of anime, and the music of Chopin, Beyonce, and Debussy.
His favorite quotation is from Bertrand Russell and is math-related: “Mathematics may be defined as the subject where we never know what we are talking about, nor whether what we are saying is true.”