Jamal Kinsella


Jamal is a PhD student in Human Factors Engineering, the psychology behind how we interact with technology and the environment. General Director of community science hub, The Science Room, where questions lead a creative conversation.



Arnold Kipchumba


Arnold is an avid environmentalist and Co-Founder of Eco-Green Consulting, Kenya. A company focusing on Environmental Impact Assessment, Environmental Education and awareness. He has a Master’s degree in Environmental Science from Egerton University, Kenya; and currently pursuing his second Master’s Degree in Water Policy at the African Union Pan African University Institute of Water and Energy Sciences (PAUWES), Algeria. He has worked at an Intergovernmental Institution developing, monitoring, and reviewing policies related to Environment and Natural Resources in Kenya.

Maxime Jullian

Maxime is an entrepreneur educated in Oceanography and Climate Modelling from The University of Southampton (BSc.), and in Environmental Technology and Business & Environment from Imperial College London (MSc.). He is passionate about sustainable development and start-up innovations. He founded The Climate Hackademy in 2017, to focus on training global citizens in sustainable entrepreneurship and drive low-cost climate innovation around the world, through a range of services such as workshops, online courses, hackathons, start-up development programs, and sustainability consultancy.


Radja Benmansour

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Radja currently works as a Junior Technical Advisor of Employability and Entrepreneurship at GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit). She is a Fulbright Scholar and a Lehigh University Graduate in the field of Globalization and Education Change. Prior to joining GIZ, Radja interned at the United Nations Headquarters, Department of Public Information and NGO Relations, and worked as a Graduate Student assistant at Global Union in the office of International Affairs at Lehigh University. Before that, Radja earned a BA in English and pursued a Master’s degree in Cultural Studies at the University of Tlemcen, Algeria.

Amina Douidi

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Amina is a PhD researcher in Intercultural and Language Education at the University of Southampton, Co-founder and Regional coordinator of for the African continent, launched at the United Nations headquarters in New York in September 2016. She is also project leader at Enactus Southampton and advocate for gender equality and quality education.