Wezi Mzumara (Media, Entertainment, 2014)
Wezi Mzumara is the CEO of Kwanza PR. A Creative media agency working in the areas of Online PR, Image Consultancy/Styling, Events/Production Management and Bookings for Malawians and other Africans in Malawi and the Diaspora, with clients ranging from actors, actresses, designers, songwriters, musicians, business professionals and others.
Kesaobaka Pharatlhatlhe (Young Professionals/Entrepreneurs, 2014)
Kesaobaka Pharatlhatlhe holds a Bachelor of Business Science in Economics and Marketing from Monash University and currently serve as the Secretary General of the World Economic Forum Global Shapers (Gaborone Hub), which is a network of city based hubs led by young leaders between the ages of 20 – 30 years who have shown achievement, leadership potential and commitment to make a difference.
Patience Johnson (Corporate Leadership, 2014)
Patience Johnson is the President and Founder of Derma Contour international Permanent Make-up and cosmetic Academy.
Hilaire Mbakop (Authors, 2014)
Hilaire Mbakop is an African writer and specialist of Germanic and French Studies. He is a native of Bangoulap, a village which borders on his birthplace Bangangté. The people of both places speak Medúmbà and belong to the Bamiléké ethnic group that populates the high plateaus of West Cameroon.
Pan-Africanism Working Group Munich (Social Activists, 2013)
The Pan-Africanism Working Group Munich is a forum that promotes international understanding for social, cultural and intellectual interaction among people of African origin, the African Diaspora and Germans.
Beatrice Onyegbule-Onyele (Journalists, 2013)
Beatrice Onyegbule-Onyele was born in Calabar/ Nigeria. She is a qualified Nurse and Midwife in Nigeria. She furthered her education as a Registered Midwife in Liverpool/England, during which time she sat for and acquired four GCE Certificates in Biology; Human Biology, German and English Languages as external candidate of London University and Joint Matriculation Board of England and Wales.