She has earned a Bachelor of Social Work, and an MA in Human Rights from the University of Fort Hare in South Africa, respectively. She followed this by completing a two-year mobility Erasmus Mundus MA in Advanced Development in Social Work, from the University of Lincoln, Aalborg University, Instituto Superior de Ciencias Sociais e Politicas, Universidade De Lisboa and Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Defense.
In 2019, Davi will be joining Medium, a start-up focused on building a platform where ideas are rewarded based on the value they provide to readers, not the fleeting attention they can attract for advertisers.
Santiago is the founder of Cómo Lo Cambiarías, an organization that has brought XXI century skills to schools in Colombia and Diseña Tu País, a creative think-do tank that is incubating innovative projects for Colombian pressing issues which was created in alliance with Stanford University.
He was awarded an Honorary Diploma of New Leaders for Tomorrow by the Crans Montana Forum in Vienna, Austria (June 2016), On Spot Best Guest of the Year Award by West Coast Radio in The Gambia (September 2016), the First Global Youth Policies Forum Medal in the Republic of Azerbaijan (October 2014) and Special Recognition Award by the Pan African Humanitarian Awards Board in Tanzania (November 2017).
In her career, she has led integration and advocacy for the United Nations in Angola; managed programs for WINGS, a membership organization that promotes philanthropy infrastructure; and implemented a Fellowship program for Yunus&Youth, a social business supported by Muhammad Yunus, connecting young social entrepreneurs with mentors from the corporate sector.
Anders has experience in public policy including developing and implementing political strategies, political framework conditions, international trade policy, as well as experience from international organisations and foreign affairs. Having worked or studied in six different countries he has substantial international experience. He holds an MA in Geopolitics, Territory and Security from King's College in London and a BA in International Relations & Politics from London Metropolitan University.
Prior to this, he worked for AL OMRANE as a Project Manager, a leading operator of urban development and housing in Morocco. In his current role, Ayoub is working on several of OCP’s leading projects, such as Mohammed VI Polytechnic University, Lycée d’Excellence (High School of Excellence) and the Start Up Incubator Innovation Hub, in the green city of Benguerir.
Mohamed is also co-founder of millennial publication Gulf Elite based in Dubai with over 30,000 monthly readers, as well as author of Amazon Kindle Best selling Book The Art of the Grind: What they don't Teach you in College. Mohamed has been recognised "Young Entrepreneur of the Year" by Arabian Business, "10 top African change leaders" by African Leadership University and was the youngest entrepreneur to ever be featured on the cover of Forbes Middle East Magazine.
Most recently, Tosin served as the Director of GreenHouse Lab where she established the first female-focused tech accelerator program in Nigeria and the only "Powered by Google" accelerator program in Africa. Prior to joining GreenHouse Lab, Tosin worked as the Director of Strategic Partnerships at an edutech company based in Boston, USA.