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Donors

We ignite change. We support transformative leadership and courageous storytelling, inspiring action toward a peaceful, just, sustainable future.

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Individual Donors

Lee Andrew Feldman, Joe Joseph, Lily Paul, Mary Braganza and Alberto Rabbat, Nidhi Paul, Natalie and Langdon Greenhalgh, James Reinhart, Carola Shepard, Zachary Kauffman

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The Tejcheve Foundation is one of our earliest supporters and has played a big role in making the Post Grad Program in Social Innovation Management happen. Here are some pictures of the board members visiting our training space, engaging in the 'Marshmallow Challenge', an activity we do with our students in the Social Innovation Capstone course.

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Core Partners

THNK is on a mission: to develop the next generation of creative leaders that will have a societal impact on the world. This isn’t just about generating ideas. We work with individuals and organizations from the fields of business, entrepreneurship, and social entrepreneurship to make innovation happen.

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George Mason University is setting the gold standard for the modern, public university. Its dynamic culture and innovative academic programs prepare Mason’s hard-working students for 21st century careers. Its commitment to teaching excellence combines with cutting-edge research that enriches the academic experience and is literally changing the world. Mason is affordable, yet offers high value. Ideally located in the National Capital region, students enjoy terrific cultural experiences and access to the most sought-after internships and employers in the country.

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Harvard Social Entrepreneurship Collaboratory (known affectionately as the "SE Lab") has signed on as a supporter of the Amani Institute and our executive training course in social entrepreneurship to be held next month in Nairobi, Kenya. We also welcome SE Lab founder Gordon Bloom to our growing Advisory Council.

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Ashoka is the largest network of social entrepreneurs worldwide, with nearly 3,000 Ashoka Fellows in 70 countries putting their system changing ideas into practice on a global scale. Founded by Bill Drayton in 1980, Ashoka has provided start-up financing, professional support services, and connections to a global network across the business and social sectors, and a platform for people dedicated to changing the world. Ashoka launched the field of social entrepreneurship and has activated multi-sector partners across the world who increasingly look to entrepreneurial talent and new ideas to solve social problems.

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Employer Partners

MORINGA SCHOOL IS WHERE: High-potential, pro-active students learn to code from a world-class curriculum and top quality teachers and mentors to support them in the process.

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We help you crowdsource your business problems to an intelligent mobile workforce.

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Jacaranda Health aims to make pregnancy and childbirth safer for women and newborns by transforming maternity care in East Africa. We build private maternity clinics in peri-urban areas and are innovating to provide patient-centered care that combines quality and affordability.

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Intellecap is a pioneer in providing innovative business solutions that help build and scale profitable and sustainable enterprises dedicated to social and environmental change.

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With over 4 billion people, the emerging markets represent the largest business and investment opportunity in the world. I-DEV is a leading business strategy & investment advisory firm specializing in those markets. We help global corporations, investors and SMEs in emerging markets do business together via profitable, high-impact partnerships.

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Spire bridges the gap between universities and the industry by providing career accelerators to East African young professionals.

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Avaaz is a global web movement to bring people-powered politics to decision-making everywhere. Avaaz empowers millions of people from all walks of life to take action on pressing global, regional and national issues, from corruption and poverty to conflict and climate change. Our model of internet organizing allows thousands of individual efforts, however small, to be rapidly combined into a powerful collective force.

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Network Partners

Watson is built on the belief that the university should be a place for students to accelerate ideas that will shape the future; receive mentorship from the world’s foremost leaders, entrepreneurs, innovators, and thinkers; and where the investment students make in their education is not only affordable, but will also pay off the rest of their lives. Watson is a new university model to launch and accelerate the ideas of student innovators, leaders, entrepreneurs and dreamers.

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Instituto Quintessa is a social business accelerator that wants to expand and consolidate business, in order to foster the development of the Brazilian social business sector.

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In 2010, the Social Entrepreneurship Akademie was established as a joint initiative by the four university-based entrepreneurship centers in Mu- nich. Under the slogan "Education for societal change“ this unique network organization educates social entrepreneurs or social changemakers. It also instils entrepreneurial thinking in all disciplines and makes social impact a decision category in organisations.

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Spark* International is an organisation that finds and enables early stage, local social entrepreneurs in Kenya, South Africa and Papua New Guinea. Our job is to help move a Changemaker from impacting tens of people, on to impacting hundreds and then thousands of people. Spark* Changemakers go through an intensive one week accelerator in country before receiving three years of ongoing support with access to graphic and web designers, business coaches, legal advice, research support and funding.

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We offer leadership solutions to businesses, academic institutions, and social enterprises that address both current and upcoming global challenges.

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The Aspen Institute is an educational and policy studies organization based in Washington, DC. Its mission is to foster leadership based on enduring values and to provide a nonpartisan venue for dealing with critical issues. The Institute has campuses in Aspen, Colorado, and on the Wye River on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. It also maintains offices in New York City and has an international network of partners.

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Coursolve connects learners and organizations from around the world through digital internships. To date, Coursolve has engaged tens of thousands of learners and hundreds of organizations worldwide. In addition to the modules it currently hosts, Coursolve plans to introduce additional learning modules (e.g., on topics such as data science) that address major skills shortages in the business and talent marketplace.

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Nós acreditamos que a tecnologia, as novas mídias e o pensamento inovador são ferramentas poderosas para impulsionar a solução de problemas sociais! É isso que “Social Good” significa.

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Kaamen defines shared interests as the untapped opportunity for profitable social impact where the interests of a corporation meet the interests of communities, NGOs and the public sector and then proceeds to design investments and programs making enterprises leaders and beneficiaries of social progress. 

 In order to ensure an inclusive process, Kaamen focuses on shared interests' models with clear metrics such as the economic and social return on investments and in partnership with not for profit organizations and social enterprises to equally ensure their acceleration, sustainability and growth.

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O Atados é uma plataforma social que conecta pessoas e organizações, facilitando o engajamento nas mais diversas possibilidades de voluntariado. O fortalecimento dessa rede e a mobilização de voluntários ampliam o impacto das organizações e transformam pessoas e comunidades.

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Peace Alliance is an alliance of organizers and advocates throughout the United States that are taking the work of peacebuilding from the margins of society into the centers of national discourse and policy priorities. Their network includes volunteer grassroots teams in cities, towns, colleges and high school campuses across the nation.

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A ponteAponte Empreendedorimos Socioambiental é uma empresa que desenvolve e realiza projetos nas áreas social e ambiental. Nosso objetivo é integrar o terceiro setor às empresas e ao governo. Com soluções profissionais em gestão, comunicação, educação, premiaçoes e responsabilidade social, estructuramos organizações, ampliamos seu alcance e captamos recursos.

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A Gastromotiva é a primeira organização do Brasil a inspirar e promover transformação e inclusão social por meio da gastronomia. Ela ajudou a criar o Movimento da Gastronomia Social no Brasil, que hoje conta com o apoio do mercado gastronômico e de investidores sociais – empresas, fundações, institutos e pessoas como você!

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Atlas Service Corps, Inc. (Atlas Corps), started in 2006, is an international network of nonprofit leaders and organizations that promotes innovation, cooperation, and solutions to address the world's 21st century challenges. Our mission is to address critical social issues by developing leaders, strengthening organizations, and promoting innovation through an overseas fellowship of skilled nonprofit professionals.

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The vision of The Global Good Fund is to empower high potential young leaders around the corner and across the globe to achieve the full scope of human potential. The Global Good Fund creates AGENTS OF WORLD CHANGE by leveraging societal investors to develop high potential young leaders. The Global Good Fund targets the synergistic power of aligning three powerful emerging catalysts of social change. The first catalyst is the desire of many social investors to engage personally and intentionally in a transition from SUCCESS TO SIGNIFICANCE. The second catalyst is the emerging generation of millennials with EXTRAORDINARY LEADERSHIP POTENTIAL and SOCIAL COMMITMENT. The third catalyst is the presence of senior executives with experience in successfully DEVELOPING YOUNG LEADERS in commercial environments and nonprofit.

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O conceito Hi Lo, uma abreviação de High and Low, tem como principal característica misturar peças de designers com coisas baratas, básicas e customizadas, no mundo da moda e da arquitetura, não só por tendência, mas por uma necessidade de gerar consumo inteligente e consciente. Essa ideia permeou a nossa cabeça na hora de criar um ambiente de trabalho, aconchegante, conceitual, cheio de oportunidades para troca de experiências e novos contatos, foi então que surgiu o Hilo Coworking.

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The Unreasonable Institute gives an “unreasonable advantage” to entrepreneurs creating solutions to the world’s biggest social and environmental problems. We do this by bringing entrepreneurs together to live under the same roof for 5 weeks, where they connect with mentors, investors, and a lasting global network of support. Our goal: help each of these ventures scale up to meaningfully impact the lives of over 1 million people.

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The DO School offers training, mentoring, and education for outstanding emerging social entrepreneurs to kickstart their own ventures all around the world. They offer a unique one-year educational program that enables talented young adults to launch their own innovative and sustainable social ventures. The program allows our Fellows to learn from passionate peers, engage with current leaders and experts, and create change by implementing their social ventures in their home countries.

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Trabalhamos para inspirar, formar e conectar organizações que querem transformar realidades gerando impacto social positivo. Com cursos em gestão de projetos sociais, assessoria estratégica para expansão do impacto e execução conjunta de projetos desafiadores, apoiamos pessoas em suas organizações, tornando-as mais eficientes, ousadas e empreendedoras na expansão do seu impacto.

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AMI is committed to transforming Africa through excellent management, and to expanding access to management education. Our vision is for 1 million effective and responsible African managers to drive the continent's next phase of growth and development by 2023.

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At edge we’re excited about increasing business performance in start-ups and fast-growing businesses through enabling highly effective teams. We'll work with you and your team to drive business results and deliver fulfilling career experiences and work relationships.

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Understanding, dialogue, involvement, transparency, meaning and purpose! Words that translate the path of each individual in order to improve their potential and consciousness. That transmit the moment of reflection that the global society is living, i.e., a never-ending journey towards the understanding of the environment that we form part of and that is always posing challenges of how we may incorporate innovative sights, manners of full relationships and institutions with a positive impact. These values comprise the basis that will drive the continuity of the institutions

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Mentors

Nadia Sandi - 2013

Nadia is currently an open innovation adviser at the World Bank Innovation Labs. Nadia was at Ashoka's Changemakers leading the Project Management team and the program’s integration with the rest of Ashoka. In these capacities, she oversaw Changemakers’ innovation sourcing competitions, and contributed to the implementation of the program’s growth strategies and partnerships. Prior to joining Ashoka, Nadia worked in Washington, D.C. at the World Bank on several Private Sector Development projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, and at the IFC covering equity and quasi-equity valuations for IFC’s investments in Financial Markets globally. Before joining the World Bank Group, Nadia worked in private business consulting, investment banking as well as executive education, and led Hand in Hand Association's transformation to focus on community-based development through education in her native Morocco. Nadia has a Bachelors degree from Al Akhawayn University and a Masters Degree from George Washington University in the United States.

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Ann Njogu - 2014

In Kenya, Ann Njogu has paved the way for women who are the victims of sexual and gender based violence to find justice and for the innocent to be protected. A serial entrepreneur, she has done this by organizing creative grassroots media campaigns and by sharing simplified versions of relevant laws and legislation like the Sexual Offences Act. Over the past decade, Ann has emerged as a leader in the fight to curb gender and sexual violence in East Africa and her work continues to grow.

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Mathias Hounkpe - 2014

Dr. Mathias Hounkpe, a Benin Citizen is currently the Political Governance Program Manager for the Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA). He has more than 15 years of experience working in capacity building, governance and institutional development. He has been part of multidisciplinary research teams on subjects as diverse as the assessment of electoral systems and institutions, security in elections, good governance, elections and public policy related issues. He has designed and implemented training and capacity building activities for various key stake holders of electoral processes in Benin and some West-African countries. As part of the 15 years, Mr. Hounkpe has teaching experience in mathematical, statistics, game theory and political science. He is bilingual with proficiency in English and French. He holds an M. Phil in Political science with concentration on accountability mechanism design in new democracies from Yale; a doctorate in Mathematical physics with concentration on scattering theory

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Simon Stumpf - 2013/4

As the East Africa Regional Director at Ashoka, Simon Stumpf guides Ashoka’s selection of leading social entrepreneurs in the region while also helping launch thousands of new, young changemakers. In this work, Simon draws on over a decade of child development and youth empowerment expertise. As a high school and university student, Simon helped start and lead two nationwide student movements – one against Big Tobacco and another for improved international children's health. He graduated from Yale University with degrees in Anthropology and African Studies. Before joining Ashoka, Simon developed a vocational skills training program for street children in Mombasa, Kenya, worked as a National Organizer for Global Justice in Washington, DC, and helped develop a social enterprise in northeastern Laos.

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Rosaia Ruberto - 2014

Rosaia Ruberto was born in Germany as the second of four children from an Italian linguist and a German educationalist, she spent her childhood in Italy. The family business, an International Language Center and Alternative Bilingual Kindergarten gave her the opportunity to be exposed to a multicultural experimental environment. The summer holidays spent in Germany with her relatives engaged in the natural health and wellness sector helped her to familiarize with holistic development approaches. Her academic studies inspired her to travel and develop a deep curiosity for social and cultural change. She completed a B.A. in Foreign Languages in Triest (Italy), a M.A. in Sociology in Duesseldorf (Germany), a Postgraduate Master in Cultural Heritage in Naples (Italy), a Specialization in Women Studies in Siena (Italy), a Master in Program Design and Implementation in Developing Countries in Bruxelles. Alongside her studies she gathered extensive experience in adult learning and mentoring, organization of cultural, art and educational events, management of cultural organizations. She took part as a sociologist in various research projects in collaboration with Universities, City Councils and Magazines focusing on Women's History and Culture. She worked as Coordinator of Emergency and Development Projects in Kenya, Sudan, India and Somalia. Currently she lives in Kenya where she works full time as Regional Coordinator for Kenya, Somalia and South Sudan Program for the Italian INGO CISP. She is an active member of Gender and GBV Working Groups and Task Forces promoting end of Violence Against Women. She learns, practices and teaches yoga, NLP and life coaching and is constantly looking for paths for personal and organizational growth.

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Mechtild van den Hombergh - 2013

Mechtild is currently Country Representative for PharmAccess Kenya, a Dutch not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving health in Africa through pioneering innovative approaches. She is also an independent consultant. Between 2001-2008, she was the CEO of DOEN Foundation in the Netherlands, managing and governing an annual budget of EUR 35 million and administering EUR 100 million. Previously, she was Member of the Board of Directors of Cordaid and Acting Director for People in Need/Caritas Netherlands.

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Carlos Gonzalez

Carlos Gonzalez has been teaching Mathematics and Physics to youth for 24 years. He has developed and run personal growth workshops for 19 years. His work has been published in newspapers and magazines, and he is the author of the book 23 Teachers at Heart. A Quantum Leap in Education, which was made into a documentary called 'Among Teachers'. Currently he researches “new scientific paradigms” and trains educators.

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Ramakrishnan Hariharan - 2014

Ramakrishnan (Ram) is a development & education sector professional with an operations and consulting track record of helping start-ups to scale. He is currently serving as the Chief Operations Officer at Kilimo Salama, based in Nairobi. Prior to Kilimo Salama, he was Head of School Operations at Bridge International Academies and prior to that, Head of Operations with Pratham in India. Having started his career in banking and then moved into the social enterprise sector, he has deep expertise in operations, knowledge training, business development and education management, especially with regard to implementing business strategies, building capacity, and working closely with cross-functional teams.

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Charles Tsai - 2014

Charles leads Ashoka’s youth and education initiatives in Canada. He’s working with schools and partner organizations to shift education systems so they can better prepare children and youth to become changemakers. A former reporter and producer for CNN, Charles ventured into the social sector in 2005 when he started Global Youth Fund, a charity based in Vancouver. In 2008, he joined Ashoka to oversee global campaigns supporting young social entrepreneurs. He has mentored hundreds of young changemakers through Global Youth Fund and Ashoka's Youth Venture. Charles writes about social innovation at SocialCreatives.org and Huffington Post.

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Elisha Muskat - 2015

Drawn to the systemic change approach that is the core of Ashoka’s work, Elisha has been with Ashoka since 2009 and has been in the role of Executive Director of Ashoka Canada since 2011. Elisha has increased the presence of Ashoka within Canada through strategy, partnerships, program growth and organizational stability resulting in greater cross-country and global impact. Elisha’s knowledge of the social entrepreneurship ecosystem has enabled her to bring her expertise onto stages, inside classrooms and into the pages of top publications. Prior to joining Ashoka, Elisha gained experience working primarily within youth development, building and running programs in Toronto, New York City and Syracuse. Elisha has an MBA from Schulich School of Business at York University and a BA in Psychology from McGill University.

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Mihela Hladin - 2014

Mihela Hladin, born in Slovenia, has lived and worked in Europe, the US and China, with most of her work dedicated to environmental sustainability and public awareness. In 2007, she founded Greennovate (www.greennovate.net, .org, a social enterprise in China, that helped companies and communities implement sustainable strategies. Through an offline / online platform for environmental education, Greennovate designed sustainability awareness programs for Chinese youth and global consumers. The platform reached more than one million viewers in 2013. Mihela was featured in the Wall Street Journal in Future Leadership program in 2010 and on National Geographic in 2012, as part of the Wheel2Wheel series. Her story is captured in the book The China Dream, by Linda Xinrong Kausch. She now lives and works in Amsterdam.

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Emer Beamer - 2013

Emer is a social innovator and educator. Her studio Unexpect, actively creates opportunity for the unexpected through a Creative Thinking for Social Good program for young people. Unexpect also does consultancy on creative learning designs and is working on assignments for Fair Wear Foundation, Hivos People Unlimited and THNK. Previously Emer co-founded Butterfly Works, a co-creation studio in the Netherlands which works in 16 countries and enjoys structural funding from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for its work. At Butterfly Works, Emer led the Learning Design team for 8 years and won prestigious prizes from organizations such as the World Bank and the United Nations. Emer also co-founded Nairobits, a Design school for young people from informal settlements in Nairobi, Kenya.

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Maureen Nafula - 2014

Maureen has over twenty years of health sector experience in both the private and public sectors in East Africa with expertise in health systems, quality management and pro-poor service delivery models. She is the Founder and Executive Director of the Institute of Health Policy Management & Research, (IHPMR). Prior to establishing IHPMR, Maureen worked as an independent consultant for a number of organizations including the German Technical Corporation (GTZ), the Kenyan Ministry of Medical Services, the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation in various assignments including research and training. Maureen has a special interest in maternal health.

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Paula Cardenau - 2013/4

Paula has spent almost twenty years working in the field of social entrepreneurship, and six striving to advance social enterprise as a tool for systemic change in underprivileged communities. She is currently Co-Founder and Director of Njambre, the first Impact Innovation Enterprises Accelerator and Builder in South America. She has been invited to teach Social Business and Social Entrepreneurship in different universities (Georgetown University, Universidad de Chile, Universidad del San Andrés, Universidad Católica de Salta, among others). Previously, she launched and led the Social Business Initiative at Ashoka, where she served as the Latin America Integrator, and Regional Director for Argentina, Chile and Uruguay and continues to serve as an advisor.

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Robert Wolfe - 2014

Robert loves getting people to risk a little more than they would otherwise, get them out of their comfort zone and their patterns and try new behaviours. He especially loves the look of delight and surprise when that goes well. Born in Australia and educated in Holland, his background is in management training, leadership coaching, improvisation acting and writing (children’s novels). He has lived in London where he published a book on corporate strategy, was a management trainer in Sydney, and trained Shell managers around the world how to be a coach as well as a manager. He now serves as a leadership coach, storytelling trainer and innovation facilitator at THNK, the Amsterdam School of Creative Leadership. Robert also teaches improvisation acting, plays cricket with enormous passion and loves life and Amsterdam. Sometimes it seems all at the same time.

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Qahir Dhanani - 2013

Qahir Dhanani is a Private Sector Development Specialist at the World Bank Group, where his work focuses on innovation, entrepreneurship and access to finance issues in developing countries. Previously, he was a Project Leader at The Boston Consulting Group in Dubai where worked on various strategy and organization projects for government entities, oil companies, financial institutions, and media houses in the Gulf. Before BCG, Qahir worked the Aga Khan Foundation in Washington, DC and the Aga Khan Agency for Microfinance in Geneva, Switzerland. He holds an MBA from the Harvard Business School, a Masters in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and a BA in government and economics from Cornell University. He now lives in Washington, DC with his wife, Sabeen. He is passionate about traveling, community service, astronomy and tea. He is a Canadian and Kenyan national.

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Dharshan Wignarajah - 2014/2015

With a passion for nature, socially responsible growth and team dynamics, Dharshan has experience across the rural energy, clean-tech and social/non-profit sectors. He has a diverse international experience across a wide range of business issues including strategy development, operational improvement, organizational behavior and design of effective organizational change programs. Most recently, he founded a partnership providing strategic and organizational consultancy to both major and niche social sector institutions. He has recently moved back to London after taking time to be closer to nature in the Chamonix valley outside Geneva.

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Jack Edwards - 2013/4

Jack has worked with Ashoka for the past nine years as a Senior Advisor. He has interviewed more than 250 social entrepreneurs around the world and has supported many of them who are trying to scale up. Before joining Ashoka, Jack worked for thirty years with Cummins Inc., a Fortune 500 company. He lived and worked in Mexico, Brazil, Colombia and England, and for the last seven years was President of Cummins Power Generation, a $1.2 billion company with 15,000 employees. Jack was deeply involved in Cummins’ CSR initiatives; he started a school for 700 children in Sao Paulo, Brazil; helped start a carpentry business for the blind in Mexico which now employs 100 people and a Women’s Engineering College in Pune, India, which now has 1000 students. Jack was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Colombia 1968-70 where he met his wife, with whom he has been married for 40 years and which began his deep interest in Latin America.

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Rosemary Lore - 2016
Nick Martin - 2014

Nick is the Co-founder and President of TechChange, a social enterprise that provides scalable and interactive technology training for social change. Previously, he founded DCPEACE and PeaceRooms, two innovative digital media and conflict transformation programs for elementary school students and teachers. Nick is an educator, technologist, and social entrepreneur with significant international peacebuilding and development expertise. He is an adjunct faculty member at American University, George Mason University, George Washington University and the United Nations University for Peace (UPEACE).

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Lee Feldman

Since 1996, when he started Blast Radius, Lee has been leading teams to imagine, design and build solutions that people desire and embrace, and that make companies profitable and loved. After 16 years building the company, he turned his attention and experience towards projects that have an impact on the wellness of people and the thriving of the planet, such as becoming a partner at Fitmo. His main area of focus is how to foster a more enlightened view to consumption in order to change our current consumption behaviour. Lee is passionate about business innovation, interaction design, product-service systems, DIY culture, bicycles, urban planning, slow food, social network/community design, and anything else that leads to an enjoyable and meaningful life.

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Gastón Wright - 2015

Gaston Wright has an extensive experience in social innovations and technology for social change. He worked for more than 12 years at Ashoka: Innovators for the Public in Canada, United Stated and Argentina. During his tenure at Ashoka he led the global expansion of Changemaker.com, the first site dedicated to be a broker between social innovators and first class companies. He is now the Director of Change.org Argentina managing a community of more than 2.5 million users.

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Rupa Chaturvedi - 2014/2015

An award winning ‘designpreneur’ working at the intersection of design and technology, Rupa strongly believes in the strategic value of design for large-scale transformation of education, sustainability and healthcare. Rupa is currently studying at the Product Design Graduate program at Stanford University and is a founding participant at THNK, the Amsterdam School of Creative Leadership. As the founder of Raaya Design, Rupa works with entrepreneurs, corporations and governments to create products and services that enable sustainable behavioral change, generate new revenue streams, and create stronger brand relationships. Her designs have won international recognition including the Red Dot Design and GOOD Design Awards.

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Konstanze Frischen - 2013

Konstanze joined Ashoka in 2003. She founded and was managing director of Ashoka Germany before joining Ashoka's global leadership group in 2008. Born in Germany, she spent formative years in Costa Rica and the United Kingdom. Intrigued by how different people see the world, Konstanze studied social anthropology at the University of Heidelberg, the School of Asian and African Studies and the London School of Economics, and worked on questions of identity, politics, and development in Israel and in Indian shanty towns. She became a journalist to communicate her findings to a large audience, and worked for reputed outlets such as CNN International in London, Canal Siete in San José, and Die Zeit in Hamburg, as well as for Germany's distinguished FAZ where she was a business correspondent for three years.

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Keith Hammonds - 2015

Keith Hammonds is president of the Solutions Journalism Network (solutionsjournalism.org), a non-profit organization founded in 2013 that builds the capacity for rigorous and compelling reporting on the responses to social issues. Hammonds arrived at SJN from Ashoka, where he founded and ran the News & Knowledge initiative, a program funded by the Knight Foundation and Google to identify and support social entrepreneurs whose innovations better inform, connect, and engage people around the world. He previously was executive editor at Fast Company magazine, where he helped shape editorial strategy across the magazine—and where he co-founded the Fast Company/Monitor Group Social Capitalist Awards. Over eight years, he wrote many of Fast Company’s defining articles, including: “Why We Hate HR,” “Balance is Bunk,” “Size is not a Strategy,” and “The New Face of Global Competition.” Hammonds also has been a bureau chief and editor for BusinessWeek in Boston and New York; a writer for The New York Times in London and Johannesburg; a consultant to New Nation in Johannesburg; director of an emergency food distribution program in Namibia; and coach of the Firebolts, a fearsome girls soccer team.

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Romina Laouri Faulb - 2016

Romina's work of the Empathy initiative at Ashoka primarily focused on growing and strengthening the network of Changemaker Schools. Romina, who joined Ashoka in 2005, has worked with Ashoka’s Search team and Ashoka’s Youth Venture (YV) to support and create a strong global movement of young changemakers around the world. Among her many roles at Ashoka she has helped launch YV in Germany, strategized YV’s expansion in Latin America, has led YV’s social media strategy, and developed the YV Summits, and has led multiple media partnerships and youth campaigns.

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Gautam Shah - 2014/2015

After many years of working as an IT professional, Gautam now works for Accenture Development Partnerships. He is responsible for looking for and supporting opportunities to take advantage of Accenture’s skills in management and IT consulting and apply them to the international development sector. He has worked with multiple organizations in the private, non-profit, and government sector on improving their business models and better understanding their ability to impact social change. He grew up in a nature-loving extended family, but his real awareness to other issues came from living in India, Argentina, and Kenya, and the catalyst for changing his career was inspired by the book “What is the What” by David Eggars.

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Eric Glustrom - 2013

Eric Glustrom is the founder of Watson University and Educate! - two sister organizations transforming education worldwide. Recognized as an Ashoka fellow, Echoing Green fellow, and one of Forbes 30 social entrepreneurs under 30, Eric’s work is driven by a simple belief: to solve the toughest challenges facing humanity, the place to start is within the hearts and minds of the next generation.

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Marina Mansilla - 2014

Marina Mansilla Hermann is President and Founder of Fundación TierraVida, an Argentinean-based NGO working to educate, mobilize and promote citizen participation to achieve sustainable development in Latin America. Marina has 20 years of experience inspiring, supporting and mobilizing youth to address the challenges of sustainable development. In 2007 Marina joined Ashoka’s Youth Venture international team to help identify, support and mentor a new generation of 3,000+ young social entrepreneurs. Marina was elected Climate Champion by the British Council and Fundación Vida Silvestre Argentina in 2011. In 2013, she was named a Global Shaper by the World Economic Forum. Between 2011 and 2012, Marina was an International Facilitator for the Rio+YOU Campaign, a global youth mobilization towards the Rio+20 Earth Summit that reached over +2,000,000 in less than two months. Previously, Marina served as Youth Advisor for Latin America and the Caribbean at UNEP´s Youth Advisory Council. Marina has also been involved in the UN-CSD process and the UN Climate Negotiations since 2004. Marina holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences from the Universidad Católica de Salta and a Master’s Degree in Environment and Development from King´s College London.

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Luzette Jaimes -2013/2014/2015

Luzette is a social thinker and doer, passionate about intentional entrepreneurship and system change. She is based in Cairo, where she co-founded and leads the Women Innovation Factory, as well as managing Ashoka’s Arab World operations. In 2009, she dedicated a year researching and writing about life-transformation in a holistic, entrepreneurial, and sustainable way. Prior to Ashoka, Luzette worked at UN-ECLAC, OAS, and the US Chamber of Commerce in Washington, DC. Luzette has a Bachelor’s Degree from Externado University in Colombia, and master’s degrees from American University and Schumacher College. In her free time, Luzette coaches individuals on the creation of authentic meaning and happiness.

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Eric (Ric) Young

Ric Young, founder of The Social Projects Studio and Distinguished Visiting Professor of Social Innovation at Ryerson University, is recognized as one of Canada’s leading practitioners and thinkers in the field of social change over the past 25 years. He was co-founder of Canada’s first dedicated social marketing agency. He left that company in the mid-90s to start The Social Projects Studio – a company focused on transformational social innovation. Working with government, non-government, corporate and community leaders, he has been the architect of numerous initiatives to address some of society’s most complex and pressing challenges. As a thought leader, Ric’s personal mission is to “change change” – that is, to foster new mindsets and skill-sets to enable society to tackle the transformational challenges of our time in constructive new ways. In 2002, he forged a partnership between DuPont Canada and McGill University to create one of the world’s first social innovation think tanks. This think-tank gave rise to the best-selling book, Getting to Maybe. The primary focus of Ric’s work now is The Boldness Project, an initiative he has developed to advance the possibility and practice of bold change. RIc serves on the boards of Ecotrust Canada and Right To Play (Canada). He is a fellow of The Royal Society of Arts and was awarded The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in recognition of his contributions to society. And he was recently adopted as a respected elder by the Maasai tribe

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Mary Tangelder - 2014

Mary Tangelder brings a unique blend of expertise in research and strategic communications and when combined, inspires and aids organizations to become more effective agents of social change. She has worked closely with UN agencies, local and international NGOs, governments, and community groups to bring innovative solutions to pressing humanitarian and human rights issues. In her work, Mary draws on over a decade of experience in education research and programme design, working in Africa, Middle East, Asia, and the Pacific region. She has guest-lectured at numerous universities and colleges, and serves on the Advisory Boards of several organizations working in education and child rights.She specializes in experiential learning and the application of play and music to address peace and conflict resolution, health promotion, disease prevention, and youth leadership.

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Sasha Kinney - 2013

Sasha is a grassroots political organizer and consultant, where she provides professional support for a wide variety of groups of social impact, with a focus on creative community-based organizing and movement building. Currently, she advises Pawa254, Nairobi’s collaborative space for creative activists and journalists, on social movement training and organizational development. She also coordinates the Mtaa Challenge, a local youth organizing campaign with hip-hop musician and social activist Juliani. In the United States, she has organized local projects for groups such as Obama for America, the New Organizing Institute, Architecture for Humanity, and the Boston Workers Alliance. Previously, she was an associate with Washington DC-based social enterprise Devex, where she assisted 300+ international development institutions in increasing efficiency and instilling best practices.

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Andrew McBride - 2015

Andy is a Russian and Geography graduate who has since worked for large and small consultancies in the private and public sectors, played international sport and worked as a coach and leadership development consultant. In recent years he’s also had the opportunity to work briefly in social innovation projects and is currently doing a masters in Humanitarian Psychosocial Consultation. He comes to Kenya to learn from others and hopefully find ways in which he can use his experience to deliver social benefits in an innovative and measurable way. Outside work Andy loves coaching, sport, reading and painting. He loves learning new languages and is looking forward to learning some Swahili! After graduating from Amani Institute Andy has been hired as the COO with Access Afya, his former apprenticeship host organization in Nairobi.

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Karti Subramanian - 2014

For the past four years, Karti has run Vera Solutions, a technology consulting firm designing web- and mobile-applications for social service organizations, with offices in Nairobi, Mumbai, and Geneva. Today, Vera has worked with nearly 100 organizations in more than 30 countries, and has been honored as an Echoing Green Fellow, a Dasra Social Impact Fellow, a Rainer Arnhold Fellow, and as Forbes' 30 Under 30 in the category of social entrepreneurship. Prior to that, Karti worked in HIV-prevention in South Africa and in the investment banking divisions of Lehman Brothers and Barclays Capital in New York. He is currently a student at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard.

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Shona McDonald - 2013

Shona is the founder of Shonaquip, a globally recognized social enterprise committed to providing innovative assistive devices, community based support services and training solutions to empower and improve the quality of life of people living with severe disabilities since 1992. Shonaquip has impacted the lives of over 67,000 children in South Africa. Shona also founded the Uhambo Foundation, which works alongside Shonaquip. They have designed a range of tough, innovative developing country-appropriate designs and a delivery, training and clinical support model which reduces the development of secondary health complications. Shona’s work has been recognized through being awarded the Ashoka (2012), Schwab (2009), and Endeavor (2008) Fellowships.

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David Pollock - 2013/2014/2015

David joined Ashoka as a volunteer in 2006 working from his office in Portland. During the past 7 years he has been involved in recruiting, training, mentoring/coaching, advising Fellows on scaling strategies, and developing Ashoka’s presence in East Asia. Previously, David held leadership positions in a number of companies spanning 35 years and living on three continents. The companies include: Stormwater Management Inc. (Portland), Kässbohrer Geländefahrzeug (Senden, Germany), Hyster/NACCO Materials Handling Group (London, UK) and Cummins Engine Company (Indiana, the Philippines, Singapore). Throughout his career, David guided organizations to exceptional performance through high degrees of team participation and effective hands-on leadership. He has also been deeply involved with the social sector from founding Opportunity Consultants, Inc. to Cambodian relief, micro credit participation with the Katalysis Foundation in Central America, support trips for Mercy Corps, and mentoring and education in Oregon. He and Shirley, his wife of 44 years, were Peace Corps Volunteers (Korea) from 1969-1972. They have two children and two grandchildren.

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Dr. Pratap Kumar - 2015

Pratap is a doctor, neuroscientist, health economist, and entrepreneur. He dropped out of the Naval Academy in India to study medicine (Goa Medical College). Fascination of the brain led to a 10-year romance with neuroscience. His pre-doctoral research (NIMHANS, Bangalore) was on the interactions between sleep and seizure mechanisms. His doctoral (University/ETH Zurich) and postdoctoral (Free University, Berlin) research focused on communication between individual neurons in the cortex - brain cells communicate like linguists, changing the way they talk based on their audience! A growing interest in public health led to a change in career, starting with an MSc in International Health Policy/Health Economics (London School of Economics), and a two-year stint as a pharmaceutical economist. He moved to Kenya in 2012 to found Health-E-Net, a social enterprise aiming to make specialist medical consultations accessible to all patients. While the idea brewed he has been working with Strathmore Business School in Nairobi where he founded the Centre for Innovation, Research and Advisory Services - Health. His projects are funded by Grand Challenges Canada, The Wellcome Trust and DFID, among others.

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Tomo Hamakawa - 2015

Tomo is a seasoned development professional having lived and worked in various corners of the world from the Tibetan plateau, Indian drylands, Indonesian tropics, to Japanese metropolises. He has extensive field experience working for international and local development NGOs across Asia and Africa, including Kopernik, the Children's Investment Fund Foundation, Save the Children, UNICEF, and The Bridge Fund. Tomo currently serves as the Director of Strategic Initiatives at Kopernik as well as the Co-founder of Earth Company.

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Maria Clara Pinheiro - 2014

After graduating from Fundação Getulio Vargas, Maria Clara joined Ashoka to coordinate the search and selection of social entrepreneurs in Brazil. She spent 4 years traveling across the country to identify these leading social entrepreneurs working across many different fields and issues. She mentored, connected and worked close to candidates and Ashoka Fellows, and helped Ashoka in Brazil to develop one of the strongest Fellowships globally. In 2008, Maria Clara moved to Ashoka's global headquarters in Washington, D.C. and then to India, in 2009, to lead the recruiting effort of senior staff members for Ashoka in South Asia and to set up a new hub for the organization in Bangalore. She moved back to Washington DC in 2012 to lead the Global Diaspora Program and Ashoka’s expansion in South and Southeast Asia. After a decade of interacting with incredible change leaders globally, Maria Clara is convinced that the key to change on the outside is change on the inside.

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Instructors

Lara Fleischer

Course: Behavior Change, Nairobi 2015

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Carrie Rich

Course: Fundraising for Social Impact / 2015 / 2016

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Britt Yamamoto

Course: Leading in Times of Uncertainty - 2016

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Kevin Mcokwiri

Course: Behavior Change, Nairobi 2015

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Anne Miltenburg

Course: Branding your impact / 2015

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Eiji Han Shimizu

Course: Managing Happiness - 2015, Kenya

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Reem Khouri

Course: Shared Interest: Aligning Social and Economic Interests and Impact / 2016

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Simon Cohen

Course: Marketing and Open Leadership, Brazil 2015

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Peter Gross

Course: The Management Toolkit -2013

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Kevin Starr

Course: Designing for Real Impact at Big Scale - 2014

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Gautam Shah

Course: Creating and Managing a Social Enterprise - 2014/2015

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Menno van Dijk

Course: Growth and Innovation Strategy -2014

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Nick Martin

Course: Technology Skills for Social Change -2013

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Henrique Versteeg-Vedana
Robert Wolfe

Course: Understanding Self and Others / Coaching for Social Change - 2014/2015/Leadership Bootcamp - 2015/ Communication Skills for Leaders - 2016

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Charlotte Millar

Course: Systems Change - 2013

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Marcelo Fernandes

Negotiation and Conflict Management

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Geraldine Hepp

Course: Communication Skills for the New Economy - 2013/2014

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Daniela Kreimer

Course: Financial Sustainability / 2015, Brazil

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Rupa Chaturvedi

Course: Design as a Change Agent - 2013/2014

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Karabi Acharya

Course: Systems Change - 2014

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Marcelo Fernandes

Course: Negotiation and Conflict Resolution - 2015, Brazil

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Rajiv Ball

Leadership Bootcamp - 2013/2014/2015

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Nasreen Dhanji

Design Thinking, Kenya 2015 / 2016

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Roshan Paul

Course: Storytelling, Creating and Managing a Social Venture, and Communication Skills for the New Economy -2013/2014/2015

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Ilaina Rabbat

Course: Creating and Managing a Social Venture, Working with young people, Innovating with Local Communities -2013/2014

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Denis Russo Burgierman

The logic of complexity - 2016

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Dharshan Wignarajah

Bio-Empathy: Learning from Nature -2013/2014/2015

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Eric (Ric) Young

Course: Systems Change, Kenya - 2015

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Siri Warren

Course: Design Thinking - 2014

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Erin Krampetz

Creating and Managing a Social Venture - 2015/2016

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Wellington Nogueira

Relational Literacy - 2016

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Margot Isman

Impact Measurement Course - 2016

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Mihela Hladin

Course: Design Thinking: How to build Creative Confidence - 2015

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Florentine and Henrique Versteeg-Vedana

High Impact Facilitation - 2016

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Christopher Salisbury

Course: Bio Empathy 2015 / 2016

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Jerry White

Course: Building Large Scale Social Action Campaigns - 2015

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Andres Roberts

Course: Bio Empathy Brazil, 2015

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Guest Speakers

Laura Walker Hudson

CEO, Frontline SMS

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Mark Kaigwa

Nendo, Founder

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Louisa Barnum

Coach, Raven Life Coaching

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Nelson Ole Reiyia

Oldarpoi Mara Camp-Maasai Mara, Founder

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Margot Isman

Country Director, Vera Solutions

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Alexei Bezborodov

Honey Care Africa, Head of Strategy and Product Development

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Fabienne Schwalbe

Independent Management Consultant

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Martin Cadee

Founder & VisionKeeper, The Journey Network, Knowmads

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Julia Moffett

Burberry Foundation

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Adam White

Co-Founder Atlas Workshops, Groupshot

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Mechtild van den Hombergh

Former CEO, Stichting Doen

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Suraj Sudhakar
Aditi Shekar

Director Ashoka's Changemakers

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Ofyn Maina

Guide and Community Organizer, Ndabibi Environment Conservation Center

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Ken Menkhaus

Davidson College, Professor

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Alexa Clay

Author, The Misfit Economy

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Paige Elenson

Executive Director, Africa Yoga Project

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Gabriela Reinwald

Course: Nonviolent Communication

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Magdalena Musiala

Group Facilitator and Teambuilding Artist

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Andreas Heinecke

Founder, Dialogue Social Enteprise

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Oliver Rothschild

Co-Founder, Kepler, Spire and Generation Rwanda

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Ann Njogu

CREAW, Founder

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Ani Vallabhaneni

Co-Founder, Sanergy

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Rebecca Lolosoli

Founder, Umoja Uaso Women's Village

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Nivi Mukherjee

eLimu, Founder

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Benita Matofska

Chief Crowdfunder, Compare and Share Ltd

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Robert Wolfe

Core Faculty, THNK: Amsterdam School of Creative Leadership

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Jerry White

International Campaign to Ban Landmines, co-recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize

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Mihela Hladin

Greennovate, Founder

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Eric Glustrom

Founder, Educate! and Watson University

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Segeni Ng'ethe

Founder, MamaMikes.com

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Apurv Agrawal

SquadRun, Founder

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Israel Kodiaga

Innovation Consultant, UNHCR Innovation

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Simon Berry

Founder & CEO Colalife

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Ed Llewellyn

Accenture Development Partnerships

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Jack Sim

Founder, World Toilet Organization

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Simon Stumpf

Regional Representative, Ashoka East Africa

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Jakob Warmenhoven

Consultant and Musician, Twynstra Gudde

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Jonathan Bird

Market Development Officer, Chars Livelihoods Program

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Josephat Njoroge

Sustainable Farmer

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Alumni Post Graduate Certificate in Social Innovation Management

Amel Saadi

Brazil - March, 2015

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Julia Rodrigues Melo

Brazil - 2014

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Jerry Zhu

China - 2013

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Titus Kuria

Kenya - March, 2015

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Jesah Segal
Marcis Vanadzins

Latvia - 2013

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Maureen Nafula

Kenya - 2013

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Zahra Kassam

Kenya - March, 2015

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Hou “Eric” Zhengtun

China - 2014

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María de Milagros Dallacamina

Argentina - 2013

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Mriganka Lulla

India - March, 2015

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Lea Kilenga

Kenya - March, 2015

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Gabriela Alfaro

El Salvador - 2014

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Ciru Segal

Kenya - 2013

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Cali Livingstone

USA - March, 2015

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Paula King

Brazil - March, 2015

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Damien Mouzoun

Benin - 2014

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Siegfried 'Ushindi' Rossmueller

Austria - 2013 | ♰ 2014

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Jon O'Sullivan

Canada - March, 2015

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Lucila Sarquis

Argentina - March, 2015

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Lissett Babaian
Catherine R Magill
Bianca Monti

Argentina - 2014

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Rodolphe Strauss

France - 2013

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Saeed Abu Alhassan

Jordan - March, 2015

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Giorgina King

South Africa - March 2015

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Roseline Orwa

Kenya - 2014

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Andrew McBride

Northern Ireland - 2014

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Wilson Masaka

Kenya - 2013

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Sarah Gloor

Switzerland - March, 2015

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Nelson Ole Reiyia

Kenya - March, 2015

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Zafir Kurji

Kenya - 2014

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Aditi Agrawal

India - 2014

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Nicholas Balongo Busera

Kenya - 2013

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Francesca Folda

Italy - March, 2015

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Santiago del Giudice

Argentina - 2014

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Adam Chagani

Canada - 2014

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Betty Nyahoga

Kenya - 2013

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Silvia Njeri

Kenya - March, 2015

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Santiago Cortes

Colombia - 2014

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Aboubakar Muco

Burundi - 2014

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Rocio Nadal Medina

Mexico - 2013

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Cindy Obath

Kenya - March, 2015

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Rodrigo Alarcón

Chile - 2014

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Alanna Sousa

Brazil - March, 2015

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Pascal Mulindwa Bukuru

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2014

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Miriam Ayoo

Kenya - 2014

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Marina Cremades Izal

Spain - 2014

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Ahmed Maawy

Kenya - 2013

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Maria Garrigues

Spain - 2014

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Loubna Sadiki

Morocco - 2013

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Kenneth Chomba Njue

Kenya - 2014 twitter: @njuekchomba

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Jessica Chaplin

South Africa - 2013

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Other Alumni

Vincent Odhiambo

Systems Change - Kenya

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Maneesh Kuruvilla

Summer Semester in Social Entrepreneurship - India

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Megan Shea

Advanced Skills in Social Entrepreneurship—USA

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Ruy Lopes de Barros

Summer Semester in Social Entrepreneurship - Brazil

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Mats Tony Birkelund

Advanced Skills in Social Entrepreneurship—Norway

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Carrie Rich

New Manager Bootcamp - United States

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Ador Riak Nyiel

Social Innovation in Education in Emergencies (in Partnership with University of Nairobi and IRC) - Sudan

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Kamila Signorelli

Advanced Skills in Social Entrepreneurship—Brazil

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Ivan Drukier

Design Thinking - Brazil

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Mary Njoki

Social Innovation in Education in Emergencies (in Partnership with University of Nairobi and IRC) - Kenya

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Mercy Kimalat

Advanced Skills in Social Entrepreneurship—Kenya

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Jaap Warmenhoven

Storytelling - The Netherlands

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Ali Abdi Mohamed

Social Innovation in Education in Emergencies (in Partnership with University of Nairobi and IRC) - Kenya

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Klaus

New Manager Bootcamp - Sweden

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Martin Kibera

Social Entrepreneurship - Kenya

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Mathias Muwanika

New Manager Bootcamp - Uganda

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Nivi Mukherjee

New Manager Bootcamp - Kenya

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Oliver Chevreau

New Manager Bootcamp - England

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Stephen Wandera

Management Toolkit - Uganda

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Blaga Popova

Creating and Managing A Social Venture - Bulgaria

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Amina Waltham

Summer Semester in Social Entrepreneurship - England

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Manoj Mehta

Design for Impact at Scale - Kenya

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Iqra Mohamed

Summer Semester in Social Entrepreneurship - Somalia

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Nicole DeMarsh

Growth and Innovation Strategy - USA

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Jabari Smith

Summer Semester in Social Entrepreneurship - United States

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Jean Kyula

Design for Impact at Scale / Growth and Innovation Strategy - Kenya

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June Po

Leadership Bootcamp - Canada

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Katie Wells

Summer Semester in Social Entrepreneurship - United States

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Mariam Abdullahi

Leadership Bootcamp - Somalia/UK/Kenya

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Kofi Yeboah

Summer Semester in Social Entrepreneurship - Ghana

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Saila Kokkonen

Advanced Skills in Social Entrepreneurship—Finland

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Current Students

Marina Esposito

Brazil - July, 2015

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Mercedes Werner

Brazil - July, 2015

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Patrick Dufour

Brazil - July, 2015

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Renata Broglia Mendes

Brazil - July, 2015

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Alexa MacLean

Brazil-July, 2015

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Stephanie Sacco

Brazil - July, 2015

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Amanda Segnini

Brazil - July, 2015

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Tainá Costa

Brazil - July, 2015

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Ana Catarina Motta Ferreira

Brazil - July, 2015

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Vladimir Olarte

Brazil - July, 2015

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Bia Morettini Iorio

Brazil - July, 2015

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Yvonne Hendrych

Brazil - July, 2015

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Daniel Carvalho

Brazil - July, 2015

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Morris Litvak

Brazil-July, 2015

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Dorothea Pease

Brazil - July, 2015

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Edilaine de Abreu

Brazil - July, 2015

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Farhana Parker

Brazil - July, 2015

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Giana Andonini

Brazil - July, 2015

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Jon De Andres Garay

Brazil - July, 2015

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Luiza Ferreira

Brazil - July, 2015

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Marie Chauloux

Brazil - July, 2015

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Larissa Gurjão

Nairobi - July, 2015

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Lisa Schulze

Nairobi - July, 2015

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Milagro Pereyra Iraola

Nairobi - July, 2015

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Nathalie Roy

Nairobi - July, 2015

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Nolonda Jones

Nairobi - July, 2015

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Omar Rabie

Nairobi - July, 2015

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Sitawa Wafula

Nairobi - July, 2015

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Stephanie Hasse

Nairobi - July, 2015

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Michelle Ayuma

Nairobi - July, 2015

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Evan Ware

Nairobi - July, 2015

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Gideon Ndambuki

Nairobi - July, 2015

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Giulia Balestra

Nairobi - July, 2015

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Gottumukkala Madhu

Nairobi - July, 2015

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Gonzalo Gutiérrez Goizueta

Nairobi - July, 2015

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Ivan Sanchez

Nairobi - July, 2015

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Jose Urquilla

Nairobi - July, 2015

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Joy Kirui

Nairobi - July, 2015

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Lana Davids

Kenya - February, 2016

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João Guilherme Rocha Machado
Magdalyne Kanjejo

Kenya - February, 2016

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Beatriz Romcy Bezerra de Menezes
Suzana Justus Cury Liberman
Maira Valladares

Kenya - February, 2016

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Maria Carolina Marum Zemella

Brazil - July, 2015

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Sofi Sabina Karmlind
Claudia Natalie Lukkenaer

Kenya - February, 2016

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Jadson Oliveira
Margaret Koshal

Kenya - February, 2016

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Sophia Góes
Pedro Muszkat
Marianne de Oliveira Costa
Patricia Santin
Gabriele Garcia
Isabel Zampa
Adande Washington

Kenya - February, 2016

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Juliet N. Nanfuka

Kenya, February 2016

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Katja Petronella Van Heugten
Andrina Beuggert

Kenya - February 2016

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Vivyanne Sztanderski
Carla Vaz

Kenya - February 2016

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Valeria Chan
Confrey Mung'au Alianji

Kenya - February, 2016

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Marina Arilha Silva
Rita García Ojanguren
Emerimana Daniel Christian

Kenya - February, 2016

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Carine Gomes Roos
Karen Chan

Kenya - February, 2016

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Radhika Kumar
Richard Steward

Kenya - February, 2016

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Maria Cecília Lins
Ryan Arnold

Kenya - February, 2016

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Carol Hughes-Hallett