MOSHI Founder/President - Creative Director
Caroline is a French medical anthropologist and animation filmmaker who spent 10 years working with top scientists and physicians in pediatric HIV/AIDS research and international NGOs. In 2015, she decided to set-up the nonprofit organization MOSHI, a project she’s been developing for over many years. It was while she was studying for her bachelor’s degree in Art and Design in London, UK that she first thought of the idea. Passionate about philosophy and art, she saw the need for every child to have an opportunity to nurture their innate curiosity. She hopes to make philosophy less intimidating and more accessible to everyone. In 2017, she was appointed by UNESCO to coordinate the chair on the practice of philosophy with children in USA. Linkedin profile
MOSHI Executive Director
Douglas is an American philosopher and philanthropist. Before going back to university to study history, philosophy, and political science, he worked for 10 years in finance and served 4 years in the United States Army. Engaged in social activism, he cycled across America for his niece Olivia, and to raise awareness of premature birth for the March of Dimes. He also joined the nonviolent direct action movement, Veterans For Standing Rock, at the Oceti Sakowin Camp. His passion for philosophy, art, and children made MOSHI a natural fit for his next social project, as he believes in ‘education for a better world’. As the Executive Director of MOSHI, he takes care that every child can have access to MOSHI methodology. Linkedin Profile
Charlotte is a Franco-american linguist with years of experience in the education and communication industries. Charlotte holds a degree in Fine Arts in Europe and a Bachelor’s degree in German from Agnes Scott College in Atlanta, GA. Since creativity has been one of the driving forces in her personal and professional endeavors, MOSHI was a logical next step. In 2016, she joined the MOSHI team to help spread the word! She loves to listen to children question their world and hopes to make MOSHI accessible to as many kids as possible. Linkedin profile
MOSHI Manager France - Strategy Trustee
Adeline is a Franco-Italian educator trained as a Montessori teacher. She was the executive director of an orphanage in Northern Thailand and worked for international NGOs in resources-limited countries. Mother of 2 children she is willing to make our world a better place through philosophical and creative thinking. She takes care of MOSHI methodology to ensure that everyone can learn it!
MOSHI Manager & Educator Paris
Anne is a singer and music composer who wants to transmit her talent to children. She worked as a primary school teacher, and then realized that to combine her passion of music and education, MOSHI was the organization to join! She was one of the first artist to participate in MOSHI journey and is still here to harmonize children's philosophical ideas and creativity. Linkedin profile
MOSHI Manager & Educator Lyon
Laurie is a Franco-American educator trained as a Montessori teacher who graduated in Philosophy. Philosophy is the art of asking questions and she knows that children excel in doing so. Mother of 2 children, she wanted a curriculum that could help them to build self-confidence and develop universal understanding of our world. That's the reason why she joined MOSHI in 2017 to develop this innovative methodology in Rhône-Alpes, France.
Diane Le Pluart
MOSHI Public Health Adviser
Diane is a medical doctor who travels all around the world to heal suffering. She sees philosophy and arts as the best medications for happiness. Her medical experience in various settings has proved that the practice of philosophical questioning coupled with artistic expression is the grassroot treatment to alleviate anxiety. She joined MOSHI as she is convinced that MOSHI methodology is an evidence-based solution for the well-being of population. Linkedin profile