– Deesha Panchal (USA)
Is the Co-Director at Georgia Youth Leaders, where she mentor students to push them towards their journey of launching passion-fueled projects and finding volunteer opportunities that align with their interests. By being a leader in her community, she is guiding young change-makers towards finding their “why”. Her experience in hosting a youth-development podcast and serving as task-force lead for Peace First will drive this events success and going forward, the success of social-consciousness in Gen-Z. She is the founder of Georgia Youth Leaders, – a 15 year old working towards fueling society’s progress through today’s youth.
Is more known by his nickname Princeps which is also his stage name. He is 20 years old and in his free time he write poems and a novel. Mr Ferej have also held various types of poetry workshops for the youth in my community with a focus on personal development. He created the workshops to help young people express their feelings by giving them different kinds of tools. Mr Ferej also felt that he wanted young people to have a hobby that could help prevent them from being drawn into negative situations or environments, such as criminality, for instance.
is the Team Leader and Director of Footprints for Change – a youth-led and youth serving organization in Kenya with the vision to “Build authentic and accountable grassroots youth-led engagement”. Born in Rwanda and brought up in Kenya, Ms. Umutoniwase is passionate about the role of youth in peace building and people centered development. She is also currently supporting several youth-led initiatives and movements. Her dream is to resuscitate Pan-African leadership and thinking of united and able Africa societies to the next generation of leaders on the continent.