Katherine Reilly was born in Chicago Illinois and has dedicated herself to the field of education and specifically that of English Literature. As an author, she works for an International Publisher for which she has authored multiple children's books and novels. As an educator, she works at a private school in Athens Greece, teaching English to learners of all ages and levels, while also working as an oral examiner for the majority of Universities which certify candidates in the use of the English Language in all levels according to the CEFR.
In the capacity of Teacher Trainer, she has devoted her experience and knowledge to the training of English Language Teachers and University Graduates in the fields of ELT and ICT. Katherine is a contributor to humanitarian aid as a teacher for impoverished children, as regards the Greek and English language. Finally, as a TEDx Speaker and Trainer, she has organized Ted-Ed clubs, and has used her experience to motivate, inspire and assist students in reaching their true potential.
Her personal publications include the children's book trilogy "The Adventures of Ben & Friday", her guidebook "The Road to Femininity", and her most recent novel "I Can't Love You". A children’s book named “The Show Must Go On” is soon to be published and all profits from this book will be donated to the aid of children with cancer. Furthermore, as a scriptwriter, she has worked on theatrical adaptations of children's books, and has written scripts for short films and videos. In her free time, she collaborates with a modelling agency as a part-time model for concept photography and is a member of the HUMAN CAST organization which promotes the artistic endeavors of marginalized individuals.
Explore what would happen if all of humanity’s satellites disappeared and the real-life scenarios that could lead to such a catastrophe.
What would happen if one day all of humanity’s artificial satellites suddenly disappeared? Within hours, most of the planet’s traffic would grind to a halt, the world economy would shut down, and most countries would declare a state of emergency. Even in the best-case scenario, our civilization would be set back by decades. So, what are the odds of this actually happening? Moriba Jah investigates. Lesson by Moriba Jah, directed by Darvideo Animation Studio.
Over the past ten years or so, television has become an integral part of our lives. It provides informative programs, as well as programs to occupy young children, such as shows and series. It is my firm belief that television has gained so much sway on our daily lives that we are no longer in control of the amount of time we spend on it and especially when it comes to our children.