Cary Funk

Director of Science and Society Research, Pew Research Center
Dean Mulozi

Regional Facilitator , Southern Africa Telecenter Network

Sharon Byrne

President, United Nations Association of Santa Barbara

Wajdi Hamza

Lawyer & Civil Society Activist, Wajdi HAMZA business Lawyer



Jessica Roland

CEO , charity foundation

charity foundation is available here 

Syed Ahmed

consultant, Syed consultant

Wilson N David



Lecturer, UR

Anca del Rio

Head of Quality Management and Organisational Development / Founder, Klinik Meissenberg / The Digital Aid Project

Juan Guzman Romana

Director Ejecutivo, Fundación Blas Valera - Peru



Jonah is a young social entrepreneur, philanthropist, a researcher and a business analyst. He spends most of his time in research and humanitarian work. Jonah first served at Muteesa 1 Royal University (of Buganda Kingdom-Uganda) as an Assistant Lecturer and later joined Ndejje University (Uganda). He is the Founder of Gateway Research Centre Uganda-a think tank for which he is the Managing Director since 2019 to date.

His research is evidence-based and aimed at informing policy and contributing to social-economic development.  He sits on Kyaddondo CBS PEWOSA SACCO with over 8,000 members where he is the Board Secretary. He envisages a Uganda free from socio-economic development deficiencies. 

He is the founder of Tuwangule Women's Forum located at Wakiso Uganda. The forum aims at empowering women to ensure self -sustaining families. 

Jonah is also an Evangelist Pastor at Word of Faith Christian Ministries Namagoma-Uganda. 

Peter Guie

Investor, General

Md Ariful Islam

Digital Marketer, Online Marketplace

Indrani Das Schmid

CEO, GFGZ (Gesell.z.Förderung d. grenzüberschreitenden Zusammenarbeit)

Shalin Jyotishi

Senior Analyst, Education and Labor and Fellow in AI, New America, Forbes, and World Economic Forum

Shalin Jyotishi is a senior analyst, writer, and strategist at New America whose mission is to solve problems about the workforce, higher education, policy, technological innovation, and their intersections. Shalin is also a Fellow at the World Economic Forum leading Future of Work research and a Forbes contributor covering workforce and education innovation. Shalin’s work has appeared in NPR, Morning Consult, EdSurge, Financial Times, InsideHigherEd, and the Chronicle of Higher Education, and on high-level stages at the United Nations, OECD, World Bank, U.S. National Academies, and the Education Writers Association. Shalin serves or served on advisory boards for the U.S. National Science Foundation, MIT, United Nations, the International Economic Development Council, the American Enterprise Institute, George Washington University’s Institute for Public Policy, and Georgetown University’s Center on Security and Emerging Technology. He was named a 2021 Davos invitee and a University Innovation Fellow by Stanford University. Previously, Shalin was Visiting Scholar at the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the world’s largest scientific society, where he co-authored a book on science and technology policy (Forthcoming MIT Press). He led teams and programs at the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities, North America’s oldest presidential higher education association, to aid university executives with economic and workforce development and R&D innovation. Shalin was CEO of the internationally-acclaimed Journal of Science Policy & Governance and held positions at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the University of Michigan, and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Shalin earned his B.S. degree from the University of Georgia and M.S. in Public Interest Technology from Arizona State University. Visit his website: Connect on LinkedIn: Follow on Twitter: Read his Forbes Column:
Christa Horvath

services agent, Groupama

I have a rational mind. My ideology is socialistic because I am human. I am modern but not uprooted. I think therefore I am, as it always has been, is, and will be.