Engineer, Scientist, Quantum Energy
Madonna-Megara Holloway is a registered professional engineer from Queen’s University in Canada. She started her career in the oil and gas industry working in such various fields as natural gas operations, oil refinery operations, and chemical simulation. As a simulation expert, she immigrated to the US and worked in a consulting role for Dow Chemical, Exxon, Shell, and NASA just to name a few.
MM has over 20 years of experience in managing very large and complex projects and specifically managing large early adopter, non-standard technologies and understanding the associated risks. Mitigation of risk including financial, legal, and the process is always a primary concern. MM brings leadership, business and strategic development, communication, project management, contract, risk assessment and mitigation, supplier management, business policy, business process engineering, economics, marketing and engineering skills to her various endeavours.
She has an unbridled passion for physics which started in high school with the study of light and the conundrum of the wave-particle duality. However, it was not until 1978 that the study of the problem started in earnest when she acquired her first copy of an Alice Bailey book which lead to the works of Blavatsky and Besant. She spent decades deciphering the original works which were often in obtuse English and filled with metaphors, allegory and symbols, and meticulously traced the writings into modern scientific terms. She published her first paper in the American Institute Physics which was presented at the Space, Propulsion & Energy Sciences International Forum Spesif-2010 at John Hopkins University.
MM is an autodidact, and a world-leading expert in the scientific application of the foundational works – The Secret Doctrine Vol I to III, Occult Chemistry, and A Treatise on Cosmic Fire – and the developer of the NOE Theory having spent 40 years developing it. The work is summarized in the books The Secret Doctrine Volume IV, The Nature of Everything and Compendium.
Chairman: Q-BRAIN Capital, 4IR:PEX, QiLabs, Quantum Diamond Spintronics, Tri Gold Swan, ATCA 5000, mi2g, Philanthropia, 4IR:PEX, Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom
DK Matai is a design engineer specialised in high performance computing architecture, risk management software and product miniaturisation. A down-to-earth serial entrepreneur focused on earnings growth and delivery, DK believes in uniting people, processes and high-tech to deliver comparative advantage. Having won the Queen’s award, DK is a proven innovator, technologist, business value generator, angel investor and philanthropist with a keen interest in the well being of global society. DK founded Quantum Innovation Labs or QiLabs.net in 2014 to focus on market leading investments in emerging Quantum Tech 2.0 or QT2. He also founded mi2g in 1995, the award winning global risk specialists, in London, UK, whilst developing simulations for his PhD at Imperial College. DK helped found ATCA 5000 in 2001, a philanthropic expert initiative to address complex global challenges through Socratic dialogue and joint executive action to build a wisdom based global economy.
Authority – DK is an authority on countering complex global threats; strategic risk management & visualisation; contingency planning; Information Operations (IO); electronic defence; biometric authentication; secure payment systems and Open Source hardened kernel solutions. He’s an invited contributor to defence and global security analysis. mi2g intelligence has been utilised by several G20 government agencies, the UN and NGOs.
Philanthropy – DK co-founded The Philanthropia in 2005 — with 1,000 leading philanthropists, family offices, foundations, private banks, NGOs and specialist advisors to resolve complex global challenges through collaborative & sustained efforts. DK’s voluntary interests are Sant Bani (Voice of Saints) dedicated to the unity of humankind; World Future Council’s Board of Advisors and Donors; The Shirley Foundation; Oxford Internet Institute at University of Oxford; Tomorrow’s Company and The Trinity Forum, where he advises on a pro bono basis.