Entry Point for Transformation: Human Well-Being and Capabilities

Genesis Mwamba

Genesis Mwamba is a fourth-year student at the Copperbelt University School of Medicine pursuing a Bachelors Degree in Medicine and Surgery (MBChB). Genesis Mwamba is an organizer, an educator and a champion for sustainable development. He is the founder and Executive Director of Lead Me Back Foundation. A registered Non-Governmental Organisation that facilitates and implements… Read more »

Kathy Gonzales

Mission: Utilizing customized online conflict education and conflict coaching to help individuals in non-profits and social enterprises increase their organizational impact.

Amoudath Mazu

Amoudath Mazu is passionate about gender equality as well as managing and monitoring projects especially for women, girls, youth and the most vulnerable. She has a background in Development Economics, professional skills development, project development, advocacy and creating sustainable employment for rural women and girls. She is also a World Bank Group Africa alumnus where… Read more »

Ramon Balderrama Sanchez

Ramon Balderrama Sanchez’s overarching mission is to provide people the tools they need to broadcast their authentic self to their intended audience using the power of still images and video.

Rebecca Skala

Muso works to cure delay in health care as a cause of death. We collaborate with governments to design, test and scale community-led health systems that deliver care with speed.


Intercambio brings English learners and community volunteers together in language classes and gatherings to build skills, confidence, and life-changing connections. The organization creates programs, trainings, and curriculum where all participants learn from each other’s experiences and perspectives.

Angela Varnum

Angela Varnum is a large animal veterinarian, a licensed teacher, and develops programs in animal health and welfare for nonprofits, in higher education, and with diverse audiences. Varnum holds advanced degrees in global health and international development, is competent in the Spanish language, and has a specific interest in animal welfare. Varnum enjoys helping children… Read more »

Mary Cippolone

Mary is dedicated to making work work better for humanity. Her values of authenticity, community, and fun fuel Big Onion Partnerships. Mary has worked alongside inspiring communities in Harlem, Nicaragua, and Ecuador, and most recently served as Executive Director of the Heart & Hand Center in Denver. As an experienced CEO, Mary understands the joys… Read more »

Kigere Rose/Women Rights Initiative

Women Rights Initiative empowers women and youth to advocate against violence through human rights education and advocacy, harnessing skills, and spreading information to strengthen women and youth’s capacities and visibility.

Esther Balami

Esther Balami is a lawyer with over nine years of experience in the humanitarian sector, working with displaced and vulnerable people in Nigeria. Currently, Balami’s work focuses on protection of the rights of displaced people in accordance with the law, seeking to ensure their access to basic services with a view of finding durable solutions… Read more »

Isatou Jeng

Isatou Jeng is a program management and development specialist with over ten years of experience and diverse skills in international development, gender justice, youth development work, human rights advocacy and campaigns in the non-profit sector. She dedicates her life to uplifting women and children to live a dignified life through education, campaigns and advocacy. Jeng… Read more »

Bryan Rojas-Araúz/In Lak’ech Counseling, Education, & Consulting

Bryan Rojas-Araúz is a bilingual bicultural Licensed Psychologist and Afro-Latino immigrant of Costa Rican and Panamanian descent, and is is a scholar-activist, healer, and the co-founder of In Lak’ech Counseling, Education, & Consulting. Rojas-Araúz earned his doctorate in Counseling Psychology with a Specialization in Spanish Language Psychological Service. He is a faculty member in the… Read more »

Sydney Jackson-Clockston/Citrine Unlimited

Sydney Jackson-Clockston is a Leadership & Entrepreneurial Coach, DEI Consultant, Public Speaker, and Author. She owns Citrine Unlimited LLC and works part-time as an Entrepreneurial Trainer and Coach with Rocky Mountain MicroFinance Institute. Sydney loves volunteering with youth and her mission is to use her business as a tool to empower and mobilize clients. Sydney’s/Citrine… Read more »

Casey Thomas

Casey is a strategic leader with over a decade of experience driving change within nonprofits and youth-serving programming. Casey is committed to continual improvement, organizational learning, and sustainable change management. She is an innovative and creative problem-solver, consistently pushing for evolution within organizations to overcome challenges and increase efficiency, effectiveness, and impact.