Noble Kelly has been a Business and ICT educator at the secondary level in British Columbia since 1991 and has a Post Baccalaureate in Educational Technology. Mr. Kelly has served as a coordinator of school and district-based ICT committees and has worked as a teacher mentor and trainer for the Simon Fraser University T.L.I.T.E (Teaching and Learning in an Information Technological Environment) Post Baccalaureate program. He has facilitated workshops to teachers as part of his role as a member of the Peace and Global Education action group for the British Columbia Teachers' Federation and has done many years of policy development, workshops, and advocacy to create inclusive and safe schools for all. He is also doing capacity-building and development work in South Africa, Ethiopia, Guyana, Tanzania and Kenya, with the main focus being education reform, teacher professional development and appropriate use and integration of ICT to engage learners within a cultural/local context. In 2007, Mr. Kelly founded Education Beyond Borders (www.educationbeyondborders.org), a non-profit NGO focused on advancing and supporting the movement for educators and advocates for quality education to do our part in supporting a collaborative and participatory approach with our colleagues and their students in disadvantaged regions in developing and implementing systemic strategies to foster quality education and learning globally.