Professor George Reiff

Born in 1971 in Aix-la-Chapelle, George Reiff is truly a world traveler who commutes regularly between the Americas, Asia, Africa and Europe and as a humanist and philanthropist he devotes his life to education and championing the democratic unification of humanity. He obtained his undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate education in the Americas and Asia. George is Chair Professor at Nan Jeon University, Taiwan. His career includes also:

Visiting Professor at École Supérieure Universitaire (2016-)

Honorary Professor at the College of Tourism and Management (2017)

Honorary Professor for Economic History at Angkor University (2013)

Honorary Professor for Economic History at Business University (2013)

Advisor of the President Law Faculty Fd. Sukothai Thammatirat Open University 2011-14

He obtained a Doctor of Philosophy (external PhD program) in ed. Law History at Bundelkhand University, India (2013), and holds titles of Doctor honoris causa from Universidad Nacional de San Martin in Peru, Angkor University and IIC University in Cambodia and a religious Doctor honoris causa in Buddhism and Hinduism from Logos University, USA.

His other activities include:

Vice Chancellor of the Order of Chwa II Kabalega of Bunyoro-Kitara (since 2010)

Delegate of the Austrian Albert Schweitzer Society to Thailand (2010-)

Representative of the Kingdom of Bunyoro (2009 - Article 246 Ugandan Constitution)

He was also a diplomatic representative of the Parlement Mondial (PMSP) from 2007 – 2010 and during that time he visited various dignitaries:

Delegate to the Prime Minister of Cambodia (2007)

Delegate to the President of Gambia (2008)

Delegate to the Deputy Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea (2009)

Delegate to the Speaker of the Parliament of Malaysia (2010).


Knight Grand Cross of the Order of Monisaraphon of the Kingdom of Cambodia (2014)

Knight Commander, Order of the Knights of Rizal, Philippines (Republic Act 646)

Knight Grand Cross of the Order of Chwa II Kabalega, Kingdom of Bunyoro (Article 246)

Colonel Aide de Camp of the Staff of the Governor of Kentucky, USA