Dual national Australian/New Zealander Len Wicks has a background in aviation management, aviation safety audit and management, tourism, and international conventions and relations, having worked in New Zealand, Oman (during the 1st Gulf War) and Thailand (for the United Nations).
The Singaporean government engages Mr. Wicks as a special advisor. He is the co-owner of a resort complex in Armenia, which is a base for the charity he founded (Adopt-a-Village).
Mr. Wicks authored, inter alia, the trilogy novel Origins: Discovery and an expose on the Khojaly Massacre, which was published by the Armenian National Academy of Science. He also has two patents and an interest in renewable energy, with new designs for a Vertical Axis Wind Turbine and a green hydrogen system intended to decarbonize seawater.