Supporters

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

Devanshi Rathi is a 2018 Queen's Young Leader who uses her love of chess to empower, educate and alleviate the hardships faced by local children in India. In 2016, she founded Project…

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Aditya Kulkarni is developing mobile health solutions to help reduce maternal and child mortality in areas with limited health resources. He is the co-creator of CareMother, a mobile and online…

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Tony Joy is the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of MAD Kraft – a social enterprise that creates wealth and art from waste through the active involvement of women and girls in communities. She…

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Mavis is a young philanthropist who is committed to helping underprivileged people in her community, and a 2018 Queen’s Young Leader. She holds an honours degree in Civil Engineering from the…

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Jodie Dennie was born in Kingstown, St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) and champions the issue of mental health in her community. She is the creator of the Mind Matters SVG campaign, which…

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Nondumiso N Hlophe is an analyst, consultant and writer. She holds an honours degree – with an emphasis on International Relations – in Political and International Studies from Rhodes University. As…

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Amelia Kami works to empower women in the Pacific Islands. As a musician, she shares a positive message to women about their rights through her music. She recently wrote a song for an anti-logging…

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Junyong is a 2018 Queen's Young Leaders Award Runner Up and the Founder of Mangrove Learning, which uses Taiko drumming to make social change.

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Abrahim Simmonds is the Co-founder of the Jamaican Youth Empowerment through Culture, Arts and Nationalism (JAYECAN) a 2017 Queen’s Young Leader. Under Abrahim’s leadership, JAYECAN helps young…

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Ashleigh Smith is a student and Queen's Young Leader from Otago and Southland, New Zealand, who co-founded the anti-bullying organisation, Sticks 'n' Stones, at the age of 15.

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