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Gabe Manner

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Charmaine Shannon

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Alexis Mbaraga

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Jean Paul Mugisha

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Sylvain Mudahinyuka

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Clarisse Mahoro

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Khadevis Robinson

Khadevis Robinson is a 2X Olympian, 7X USA National Champion, NCAA Champion in the 800 meters. Khadevis is currently the Head Cross Country Coach at The Ohio State University. Before coaching at Ohio State, he served in the same capacity at LSU and UNLV. Khadevis has also served as a coach for Team USA at the Pan American Junior Games in Edmonton, The NACAC Championships in El Salvador and The World Championships in London. On top of this, he coached professionals and High School athletes while living in California.

Khadevis holds a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from TCU and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from California State University in Los Angeles. Khadevis Co-Founded the Youth Track and Running Club, a 501 C3 Non-Profit, with locations in Santa Monica, Malibu, Beverly Hills and Venice, California. The YTRC mission was to bring fitness and running to youth in the community that may not have had a team or place to partake in running activities.

Khadevis has a passion for leadership and community service. Along with co-founding the YTRC, Khadevis was also a Philanthropic Advisor for the EACH Foundation and was responsible for identifying, researching and ultimately granting money to Non-Profits in the Nation. He is also the University Coordinator with Athletes For Hope, which is an organization that exists to inspire, educate and connect hundreds of professional, Olympic, Paralympic, and college athletes to charities around the world. He is the Founder and President of “The Reading and Running Initiative”, whose mission is to provide educational and physical health opportunities and improve awareness of these opportunities in the community.

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Asthav Khasiya

India based illustrator, Asthav Khasiya, has been refining his skills in Digital Illustrations. Originally passionate about learning Asian and Anime art style, he currently likes to create logos and illustrations in different art styles.

The most important point for any artwork is that it serves the purpose with clarity while maintaining visual aesthetics.

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Gideon Koranteng

An educationist and an avid lover of plants and animals. Gideon currently runs a small "Animal Farm" where he tries to contribute towards supplementing the nutritional needs of people within West Africa.

On the aspect of human development, Gideon focuses on ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education through is decade long experiences in educational management.

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Estella Triella Nduwayezu

Estella Triella Nduwayezu, a Burundian aspiring journalist living in Rwanda. After taking News reporting courses at Michigan State University, School of Journalism, she is now an Up-and-Coming Journalist Passionate about audio visual and social change.

Being both a great reader and a storyteller, she likes to be surrounded by books and she inspires lives through various animations for youth, readings aloud and the creation of stories intended to at the same time educate and to entertain.

Estella believes that entertainment-education and the media are the best tools to raise voice, awareness and call for social change.

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Allan Ntwali

Allan has more than 3 years of work experience with Non-profit Organizations, possessing highly developed written and communication skills.

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Trevor Reiser

Born and raised in Ohio, with over a decade of experience in the industry. Trevor studies the treatments and mechanics of hydrology. Additionally, a real estate investor in his free time.

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Raymond Codjo Nato

Master in Languages Didactics, M.A. in Applied Linguistics, BBA in Marketing/Communication, Raymond is a talented language trainer with many years of experience. Originally a keen enthusiast of applied linguistics, he is best known for translating documents and interpreting conferences.

He is currently a facilitator of languages and cultures in Benin.

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Tim Knight

mobile: +1 330 502 8466


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