Future Leaders Connect members
Future Leaders Connect 2017 members ©

British Council

Below are all of the 2017 Future Leaders Connect members and the major global challenge they want to address.

  • Aardra Chandra Mouli (India) - Environment and industrial sustainability. 
  • Abdullah Bin Shabbir (Pakistan) - Accessibility in education. 
  • Abilasha Ramanan (UK, England) - Reducing food waste. 
  • Alaeddine Oueslati (Tunisia) - Gender equality. 
  • Angel Santamaria (Mexico) - Quality education. 
  • Ayodele Adiat (UK, England) - Healthcare spending reform. 
  • Ayu Kartika Dewi (Indonesia) - Education for peace. 
  • Blessing Omakwu (Nigeria) - Gender equality.
  • Christine Mwangi (Kenya) – Early childhood education. 
  • Diego Mendiburu (Mexico) - Community journalism.
  • Dina Novita Sari (Indonesia) - Quality education. 
  • Emma Jones (UK, Scotland) - Financing for the development sector.
  • Felippa Ann Amanta (Indonesia) - Gender equality.
  • Gandrie Apriandito (Indonesia) - Sustainable urban transport. 
  • Grace Blakeley (UK, England) - Community cohesion and engagement.
  • Hauwa Liman (Nigeria) - Youth unemployment.
  • Hussain Paisawala (India) - Disability rights. 
  • Imani Jacqueline Brown (USA) - Inequality and Climate change.
  • Imru Al Qays Talha Jebril (Morocco) - Education reform.
  • Jack Gillum (UK, Wales) - Civic participation. 
  • Jihene Ferchichi (Tunisia) - Children’s rights.
  • Jimmy Paul (UK, Scotland) - Children in care.
  • Jonathan Buckley (UK, Northern Ireland) - Quality education. 
  • Juliana Ospina Cano (USA) - Quality education for immigrants.
  • Kamil Majeed (Pakistan) - Quality education. 
  • Karina Izquierdo (Mexico) - Sustainable urban development. 
  • Katherine McCloskey (UK, Northern Ireland) - Mental health within the criminal justice system. 
  • Lucy Radoli (Kenya) - Tackling global insecurity. 
  • Mahmoud Abdelrazek (Egypt) – Sustainable energy. 
  • Miguel Mendivil Roiz (Mexico) - Migration.
  • Mithun Srivatsa (India) – Transportation for emerging markets. 
  • Nikki Giant - UK (Wales) - Gender equality. 
  • Noha  Aly (Egypt) – Financial sector reform to promote economic growth. 
  • Nwamaka Ogbonna (Nigeria) – Industrialisation and job creation.
  • Olatunji Oladotun (Nigeria) - Tackling poverty and hunger.
  • Olaoluwa Abagun (Nigeria) - Gender equality.
  • Omar Khorshed (Egypt) – Public sector entrepreneurship. 
  • Rebecca Bunce (UK, England) – Unheard voices involved in policy making. 
  • Sairah Zaidi (Pakistan) - International development. 
  • Seun Tuyo (Nigeria) - Malaria prevention and eradication.
  • Simon Ndirangu (Kenya) - Youth unemployment.
  • Simon Wanda (Kenya) – Quality higher education.
  • Sonia Guiñansaca (USA) - Migration. 
  • Soumaya Graine (Morocco) – Sustainable energy solutions.
  • Suniya Taimour (Pakistan) - Climate change.
  • Tada Vargas (USA) - Food security.
  • Tim Kipchumba (Kenya) - Affordable housing.
  • Victoria Mwirichia (Kenya) - Education for marginalised communities.
  • Vineet Kumar (India) - Cyber security.
  • Yomna Khattab (Egypt) – Climate change.