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The people we interview, who share their thoughts and knowledge with young leaders

Sweetie Anang is a web and mobile applications developer with more than four years experience in the Ghanaian IT industry. In 2016, Sweetie Anang was recognised by the…

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Elizabeth Njoroge is the Founder of Ghetto Classics – an orchestra in Nairobi’s Korogocho slums and of Art of Music, which promotes music – western classical and Kenyan – in Kenya. Elizabeth…

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Looi Qin En is the Co-founder and Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Glints, an online talent recruitment and career discovery platform. When he was 21, Qin En was awarded a scholarship by Singapore’s…

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David Hoe is a teacher, Global Shaper, and Founder of social empowerment initiatives, I Am Talented and Collaborate.

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Emily Woods is the co-founder and Chief Engineer at Sanivation, a Kenya-based social enterprise that turns human poop to solid fuel for cooking.

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Born in 1991 in Uganda, Kiiza Saddam Hussein a lawyer by profession and a highly commended runners-up Queen’s Young Leader Award winner. He has established a career in Human rights and Climate…

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Safaath Ahmed won the Queen’s Young Leaders Award in 2016, for her work as a leading women’s rights activist elevating the role of women in the Maldives.

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Umra Omar is the founder of Safari Doctors, a team of medical practitioners that provides free basic medical services to remote areas in Lamu, Kenya.

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Willy Missack is an environmental scientist from the island of Tanna in the South Pacific country of Vanuatu and a 2015 Queen's Young Leader.

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Edmund  Page is the founder of Xavier Project, co-founder of The Commonwealth Migration Network and a 2015 Queen's Young Leader.

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Jacob is a 2016 Queen’s Young Leader and an activist for the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Intersex and Asexual Plus (LGBTQIA+) community. 

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