Humphrey Fellows Profiles

Current Fellows

Interior portrait of Hamis Abdelhady in front of blank backdropHamis Elgabry, Egypt

Hamis Elgabry is the Head of Grants and Partnerships at Mozare3, Egypt’s first Agri-FinTech startup, where she oversees the company’s expansion and leads impact driven programs.  In this role, she seeks to deliver sustainable and affordable agriculture solutions that empower five thousand small-scale farmers while also designing and implementing various high-impact donor-funded initiatives. Her Humphrey Fellowship goals include better understanding how agriculture contributes to economic growth, integrating green technology in the public sector, and growing in her knowledge of entrepreneurship and venture-building.  Her ultimate goal is to empower more of the five million small farmers in Egypt with agricultural and financial technologies that will raise their income and quality of life.

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Microbiology and Biochemistry – Helwan University in Helwan, Cairo 2013 
  • Graduate Certificate in Biochemistry – Helwan University in Helwan, Cairo 2015 
  • Master’s Degree in Management of Technology (MOT) – Nile University, Giza 2023

Available to speak on topics including:

  • Agri-Entrepreneurship
  • Contract Farming - Opportunities and Callanges
  • Innovative Management
  • Soilless Agriculture: Hydroponics and Aquaponics

Interior portrait of Raneem Asif in front of blank backdropRaneem Asif, Pakistan

Raneem Asif is Chief Controller of Stamps of the Pakistan Post Office Department.  Prior to this new role, she served as the Assistant Postmaster General, where she was responsible for the operations and human resources for the postal circle of Central Punjab, an area comprising over two thousand post offices and over four thousand employees. She has over a decade of work experience in the Pakistan Post Office and has served in a variety of capacities, including life insurance, risk and fraud management, and supervision of financial services. During her Humphrey Fellowship, she intends to learn about change management through case studies, gain practical experience in leadership development, and enhance implementation of HR best practices. Her ultimate goals are to enact improvements in service delivery, engage in capacity building, and successfully implement public policy reforms through human resources.

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics and Statistics – University of the Punjab in Lahore, Punjab 2007
  • Master’s Degree in Banking and Finance - University of the Punjab in Lahore, Punjab 2007

Available to speak on topics including:

  • How Organisational Behaviour can Impact Employee Performance
  • Change Management Techniques to Adapt to Evolving Work Culture
  • Impact of Digital Transformation on Organizational Culture
  • Global Peace and Harmony
  • Importance of Human Resource Development for improving Organizational Performance

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Alpha Balde, Guinea

Alpha Balde is a Macroeconomist Expert at the United Nations Development Programme, where he supports national planning through the development of the Integrated National Financing Framework for SDGs. With extensive experience in development projects, Alpha has played an active part in raising two funds for youth employment from the African Development Bank. In his Humphrey Fellowship, Alpha aims to understand policymaking, program implementation, and the role of the private sector to empower his community's development.  His ultimate goal is to promote good governance, foster youth entrepreneurship, and achieve shared prosperity while fighting poverty.

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Development Economics - University Clermond Auvergne in Clermont Ferrand, Auvergne 2015
  • Master’s Degree in Development Project Analysis – University Clermond Auvergne in Clermont Ferrand, Auvergne 2017

Available to speak on topics including:

  • Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) - Quick Overview
  • Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) : An innovative way to accelerate the achievement of SDGs
  • Leadership: One Success Story in Africa
  • Guinea's Mining Sector: Analyzing the 'Dutch Disease' Phenomenon
  • Cultural Diversity

Interior portrait of Clair Chung in front of blank backdropRohmena Chung, Guyana

Rohmena Chung is the Director of Human Resources at Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation, the premier national hospital in Guyana.  With over twenty years of public service experience and nine years in the health sector, she is passionate about making a difference in the lives of people, which she does at GPHC by developing structures, systems, and policies that positively impact its 2,500 doctors, nurses, and auxiliary staff.  Additionally, she is often called upon by national leaders to offer her perspective on the long- and short-term challenges facing the health sector.  Her Humphrey Fellowship goals include improving her research and analytical skills, allowing her to advance in her career at the policy level.  Her ultimate goal is to venture into health care management where she will have greater responsibility in the operation and management of the health sector in Guyana.

  • Graduate Diploma in Human Resources – Institute of Applied Manpower Research in New Delhi, India 2004
  • Master’s Degree in Business Management – University of Wales in Wales 2012

Available to speak on topics including:

  • Leadership- Authentic leadership style in a diverse work environment
  • The Importance of Personal Development in building a sucessful career
  • Guyana - A Hidden Paradise
  • Career Contingency Plan

Interior portrait of Marcelo Collahuazo in front of blank backdropMarcelo Collahuazo, Ecuador

Marcelo Collahuazo is the Manager of Recruitment and Training for the Population and Housing Census at the National Institute of Statistics and Census.  For the purpose of updating Ecuador’s socio-demographic statistics, he leads a team implementing training methods to improve data collection that will benefit policymaking and resources allocation. His Humphrey Fellowship goals include developing strategies to design evidence-based policymaking, supporting the monitoring of public policies, and exploring innovative approaches to leverage data in enhancing productivity and growth within private firms. His ultimate goals are to become an expert in using data as a narrative tool and to confront disparities of information access by emphasizing the availability of open data to promote better decision-making and reduce manipulation.

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Economics – Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador in Quito, Pichincha 2015
  • Graduate Certificate in Specialization in Management for Development – Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar in Quito, Pichincha 2017

Available to speak on topics including:

  • Data Analysis as a Tool for Better Policy Making
  • The Role of National Statistical Systems to Foster Development
  • Population and Housing Census: Metholodology, Pilot tests, and Training Process in Ecuador

Interior portrait of Hyekyung Jung in front of blank backdropHyekyung Jung, South Korea

Hyekyung Jung is the Senior Deputy Director of the Korean Fair Trade Commission.  In this role, she develops new regulatory policy with the aim of enhancing market competitiveness.  Her responsibilities also extend to regulating market monopolies, with the aim of allowing innovative companies entry into the market.  She has fifteen years of experience working in various regulatory capacities.  Her Humphrey Fellowship goals include learning about self-regulation, researching various regulation policies for online platforms, and sharpening her leadership skills.  Her ultimate goal is to be an expert in online platform regulation policy so that she can craft policies that prevent unfair trade practices online and promote customer welfare.

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Law – Seoul National University in Seoul, South Korea 2008

Available to speak on topics including:

  • Methods for Regulating Online Platforms
  • Cases of Competition Law Enforcement
  • Consumer Law Enforcement Cases
  • Consumer Harm Caused by False or Exaggerated Advertising

Interior portrait of Pimpimon Kaewanee in front of blank backdropPimpimon Kaewmanee, Thailand

Pimpimon Kaewmanee is a Lecturer and Head of the Economics Department at Maejo University in Chiang Mai.  In this role, she coordinates projects that focus on community development and agricultural reform.  Her two most recent projects relate to transforming the agricultural system of Thailand and moving away from a reliance on deforestation toward more sustainable agroforestry.  During her Humphrey Fellowship, she intends to learn about natural resource assessment, enhance her communication and negotiation skills in English, and develop strategies for coordinating with environmental agencies.  Her ultimate goal is to work toward sustainable agriculture through reforestation and quality of life improvement in Southeast Asia, especially Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia, and Thailand.

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Economics – Kasetsart University in Bangkhen, Bangkok 1999
  • Master’s Degree in Economics – Chiang Mai University in Muang, Chiang Mai 2009
  • Doctorate Degree in Economics – Chiang Mai University in Muang, Chiang Mai 2013

Available to speak on topics including:

  • The Agriculture System in Thailand
  • A Case Study of Community Development in Thailand
  • Subjective Wellbeing and Quality of life, Inner Peace and Poverty in Northern Thailand
  • Participatory Action Research, Rural Rapid Appraisal
  • Sufficiency Economy Philosophy

Interior portrait of Elyin Loaisiga in front of blank backdropElyin Loaisiga, Nicaragua

Elyin Loaisiga Alcocer is the Strategy and Project Manager for Convoy of Hope in Nicaragua, where he manages the implementation of sustainable projects in underdeveloped communities and develops public-private partnerships.  In this role, he supports the strategic implementation of humanitarian assistance programs in the areas of agriculture, technological entrepreneurship, and feeding initiatives for children suffering from malnutrition.  His Humphrey Fellowship goals include learning about innovation processes applied to economic development ventures, using digital tools for business decision making and organizational change processes, as well as strengthening his skills in strategic leadership and community engagement projects. His ultimate goal is to develop new initiatives and apply both technical innovation and reengineering processes to his organization’s social program implementations.   

  • Certificate in Business Entrepreneurship and Management - National University of Engineering in Managua, Managua 2004
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Systems Engineering – National University of Engineering in Managua, Managua 2006
  • Master’s Degree in Project Management and International Cooperation – University of Salamanca in Salamanca, Castile and Leon 2023
  • Master’s Degree in Leadership and Talent Management – Institute of Management Studies – University of Nebrija in Grenada Andalusia 2023

Available to speak on topics including:

  • The Role of Non-Profits in Central America: A brief review of their impact on the region's different societies and cultures
  • When Social Work Deals with Adversity: Current challenges being faced across different political systems in Central America
  • Volunteer Social Work and Advocacy in Central America: Characteristics and Particularities
  • Non Profit Partnerships and Collaborations with the Public and Private Sector in Central America: A Brief Review of its History and Current Trends
  • Ethics and Social Responsibilty Initiatives in Central America: Are they truly sustainable and community-oriented?

Interior portrait of Mamadjonova Dilafruz in front of blank backdropDilafruz Mamadjonova, Tajikistan

Dilafruz Mamadjonova is a Private Sector Partnership Specialist at USAID’s Future Growth Initiative where she is responsible for projects related to the private sector development.  In particular, she is involved in the creation of new projects with private sector companies, grant management and monitoring and evaluation processes. With over ten years of experience, Dilafruz is passionate about business development.  During her Humphrey Fellowship, she intends to hone her skills in business incubation, build a foundation for long-lasting partnerships with international organizations in the US, and gain expertise through a variety of professional development opportunities.  Her ultimate goal is to open a consulting company to strengthen women and girls’ businesses and start-ups.

  • Master’s Degree in Finance and Credit – Khujand Branch of Technological University of Tajikistan in Khujand, Sughd 2007

Available to speak on topics including:

  • Start-up Development Process in Central Asia
  • The Impact of Grants on Private Sector Development
  • Women's Entrepreneurship in Tajikistan
  • Community-Based Tourism as a Way to Improve People's Living Standards in Rural Areas
  • Grants to NGOs vs Grants to Private Sector: Results and Sustainability from an Economic Development Perspective

Interior portrait of Nely Stephanie Nasir in front of blank backdropNely Stephanie Nasir, Malaysia

Nely Stephanie Nasir has recently assumed a new role as a Deputy Undersecretary in the Ministry of Natural Resources, Environment and Climate Change. In this role, she is responsible for managing policy documentations for the Electricity Supply Industry nationwide. She previously served as the Senior Private Confidential Secretary to a Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department where she actively coordinated economic development programs aimed for rural areas.  Her Humphrey Fellowship program goals include developing her civic engagement skills, enhancing her policy analysis capabilities, and honing her skills in non-profits strategic planning. Her ultimate goal is to create greater economic opportunities by bridging poverty and inequality disparities between regions and empowering rural youth and women.

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business and Tourism Management – The University of Wolverhampton in Wolverhampton, England 1998
  • Master’s Degree in Economics and Communication (majoring in International Tourism) – University of Lugano, Switzerland 2010

Available to speak on topics including:

  • The Administrative and Diplomatic Services of Malaysia: Roles and Contributions in the Country's Economic Development and Transformation
  • Culture and Heritage: The Challenges of Preservation of Cultural Heritage and Traditions in Malaysia
  • The Significance of Leadership in a Multicultural Society
  • Bridging Urban and Rural Disparities: The Challenges in Poverty Alleviation in Malaysia
  • Empowering Youth and Women Toward a Sustainable and Equitable Community

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Jimmy Ndihokubwayo, Burundi

Jimmy Ndihokubwayo is President and Executive Director of Tabitha Community in Actiona local NGO that carries out relief activities for vulnerable populations.  In this role, Jimmy oversees the administration, programs, and strategic plan of the organization.  His Humphrey Fellowship goals include increasing his professional network, enhancing his skills in economic development, and learning innovative solutions for eradicating poverty.  His ultimate goal is to create a center that will function as both a social entrepreneur hub that empowers young entrepreneurs as well as an inclusion center that will provide trauma-informed coaching to support initiatives from minority populations.

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Economic Sciences and Management Faculty – University of Burundi in Bujumbura 2017

Available to speak on topics including:

  • Empowering Youth and Women Toward a Sustainable and Equitable Community
  • Community Development
  • Children's Education
  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
  • How to Engage the Community: Creating a CBO, a Non-Profit Organization, Starting a Campaign or an Initiative

Interior portrait of Sinuon Va in front of blank backdropSinuon Va, Cambodia

Sinuon Va is a National Project Assistant in the United Nations Industrial Development Organization.  In this role, he is responsible for administrative tasks, finance and procurement, and office management.  He is also the founder and head of programs for the YOUth Initiative Hub which focuses on youth capacity development through online employability training.  During his Humphrey Fellowship, he intends to develop new professional networks, learn about fundraising, and hone his skills in designing online training programs.  His ultimate goal is to develop his youth employability project into a national hub that gives young people not only a place to enhance their employability skills but also a space to conduct research and obtain career counseling.

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Business – National University of Management in Phnom Penh, Phnom Penh 2011
  • Certificate for Intensive English for Academic Purposes – Pannasastra University of Cambodia in Phnom Penh, Phnom Penh 2012

Available to speak on topics including:

  • The Benefits of Employability Skills
  • Child protection in Cambodia like photo shooting / filming to raise awareness in different aspects for personal benefit


Abid Shah

Pakistan, 2019-20

Adama Ouegraogo

Burkina Faso, 2015-16

Adriana Niedoszewska

Poland, 2004-5

Ahmed Alkabab

Yemen, 2010-11

Aleem Siddiqui Matabalao Guiapal

Philippines, 2017-18

Alejandro Herrera

Dominican Republic, 2006-7

Alemayehu Lamore

Ethiopia, 2022-23

Alfonso Abdo Felix

Ecuador, 2020-21

Ali Sharwan

Yemen, 2022-23

Alka Bhargava

India, 2013-14

Alma Nurshaikhova

Kazakhstan, 2010-11

Almaz Abdykerimov

Kyrgyzstan, 2016-17

Alpha Balde

Guinea, 2023-24

Amadou Ba

Senegal, 2008-9

Amlan Ines Anoman

Cote d'Ivoire, 2019-20

Amtul Waris

India, 2007-8

Anar Pashajanov

Azerbaijan, 2022-23

Andrea Danihelova

Slovak Republic, 2020-21

Angeline Tendai Chikwanda

Zimbabwe, 2009-10

Anna Podlesna

Slovakia, 2021-22

Ansuman Pattnaik

India, 2012-13

Aphideth Mingboupha

Laos, 2018-19

Armando Mendoza

Peru, 2018-19

Artur Bikbaev

Russia, 2014-15

Aruna Badoo

Mauritius, 2018-19

Asad Aleem

Pakistan, 2003-4

Asmaa Fizazi

Algeria, 2017-18

Asrar M. Riyad Jaber

Gaza, 2017-18

Augustin Broh

Cote d'Ivoire, 2007-8

Batsho Dambe-Groth

Botswana, 2010-11

Bayan-Altai Luvsandorj

Mongolia, 2006-7

Bezhan Shamsherovich Kholiknazarov

Tajikistan, 2014-15

Biswas Rai

Nepal, 2006-7

Boulou Akano

Niger, 2006-7

Bu Li

China, 2007-8

Carla Cecilia Lima Aranzaes

Bolivia, 2017-18

Carlos Sampaio

Brazil, 2005-6

Chen Shixin

China, 2003-4

Claribel Aparicio Ferreira

Bolivia, 2012-13

Coulibaly Ba Aliou

Mauritania, 2015-16

Cristian Alecse

Romania, 2011-12

Dana Imad Hamzah

Bahrain, 2016-17

Darshan Gangolli

India, 2004-5

David Ramos

Honduras, 2009-10

Deep Kiran Rajani

Pakistan, 2020-21

Dejan Mak

Serbia, 2011-12

Dera Niaina Zafindravaka

Madagascar, 2016-17

Dilafruz Mamadjonova

Tajikistan, 2023-24

Djelika Pare

Burkina Faso, 2011-12

Doaa Hussein Ahmed

Egypt, 2016-17

Donald Rossette

Bangladesh, 2005-6

Dong Luu Tran

Vietnam, 2005-6

Douffi Sheriff

Sierra Leone, 2008-9

Dung Nguyen

Vietnam, 2012-13

Elvin Afandi

Azerbaijan, 2009-10

Elyin Loaisiga

Nicaragua, 2023-24

Emmah Sumo

Liberia, 2009-10

Endrias Getachew

Ethiopia, 2007-8

Evaristo Simwinga

Zambia, 2007-8

Evita Feldberga

Latvia, 2020-21

Fadia Al-Bahr

Yemen, 2021-22

Faezeh Yekkalam Tash

Iran, 2021-22

Faisal Khan

Pakistan, 2013-14

Farid Hasnaoui

Morocco, 2006-7

Florentine Nzisabira

Burundi, 2022-23

Gabriela Rodrigues dos Santos

Brazil, 2009-10

Gabyoung Shim

Korea, 2008-9

Gandolgor Purevjav

Mongolia, 2011-12

Garba Hamadou

Niger, 2022-23

Georgi Ignatov

Estonia, 2013-14

Gertrude Basiima

Uganda, 2022-23

Gissela Morales

Bolivia, 2011-12

Griselda Soto

Nicaragua, 2003-4

Gryzel Matallana

Peru, 2002-3

Gulcheen Aqil

Pakistan, 2014-15

Hailemichael Hailu Gebregiorgiss

Ethiopia, 2019-20

Hamis Elgabry

Egypt, 2023-24

Hanan Hasan

Bahrain, 2015-16

Haytham Abushaban

Gaza, 2016-17

Heewon Kim

Korea, 2021-22

Heon-Taek Yoon

South Korea, 2022-23

Hernan Braude

Argentina, 2018-19

Hoang Thi Thanh Ha

Vietnam, 2003-4

Hodian Urio

Tanzania, 2002-3

HongMei Zhao

China, 2012-13

Hyekyung Jung

South Korea, 2023-24

Imrul Muniruzzaman

Bangladesh, 2007-8

Inna Remizova

Ukraine, 2015-16

Jaafar Elaouani

Tunisia, 2004-5

Jae Young Choi

Korea, 2003-4

Jae-Cheol Yoo

Korea, 2005-6

Janak De Silva

Sri Lanka, 2005-6

Javeria Rameez Naqvi

Pakistan, 2018-19

Jean Claude Cenatus

Haiti, 2008-9

Jennet Atabayeva

Turkmenistan, 2005-6

Jennet Hojanazarova

Turkmenistan, 2006-7

Jimmy Ndihokubwayo

Burundi, 2023-24

Jinah Seong

Korea, 2021-22

Joan Palacios

Ecuador, 2012-13

Joe Greaves

Liberia, 2021-22

Johanna De los Castillo Coronado

Panama, 2012-13

Jong Wook Lee

Korea, 2002-3

Josephine Ami-Narh

Ghana, 2007-8

Jovita Tamosaityte

Lithuania, 2013-14

Kajal Ashna Mahepal

Suriname, 2017-18

Karen Sheppard

Peru, 2007-8

Karine Simonyan

Armenia, 2002-3

Keunwoo Lee

Korea, 2014-15

Kladoumbaye Modjingar

Chad, 2005-6

Konstantina Kalaydzhieva

Bulgaria, 2022-23

Kossi Tsogbe

Togo, 2011-12

Kouakou Bruno Tano

Cote d'Ivoire, 2015-16

Krishal Prasad

Fiji, 2022-23

Krishna Gyawali

Nepal, 2005-6

Krishna Hari Pushkar

Nepal, 2014-15

Kulthum Amani

Tanzania, 2004-5

Kunduz Masylkanova

Kyrgyzstan, 2007-8

Kunduz Keneeva

Kyrgyzstan, 2019-20

Kwasi Amankwaah

Ghana, 2009-10

Lea Uhrinova

Slovakia, 2004-5

Lima Frederick

Grenada, 2006-7

Lite' Seruvakula

Fiji, 2021-22

Lukas Lauw

Indonesia, 2005-6

Madou Broh

Cote d'Ivoire, 2007-8

Maha Abu-Rumman

Jordan, 2017-18

Maïmouna Kebe

Senegal, 2006-7

Mamadou Dian Bah

Guinea, 2004-5

Mangalika Adikari

Sri Lanka, 2009-10

Manju Thapa Magar

Nepal, 2009-10

Manothong Vongsay

Laos, 2003-4

Manuel Mutimucuio

Mozambique, 2013-14

Manuel Laredo

Bolivia, 2019-20

Marcelo Collahuazo

Ecuador, 2023-24

Marco Scanu

Venezuela, 2004-5

Maria Fernanda Pozo

Ecuador, 2021-22

Maria Florencia Collados

Argentina, 2022-23

Marija Jovicic

Serbia, 2016-17

Mario Milakovic

Serbia, 2021-22

Marko Saric

Serbia, 2013-14

Maxim Ross

Venezuela, 2018-19

Mazuba Mukubani

Zambia, 2019-20

Md. Mamunur Rahman

Bangladesh, 2016-17

Mila Kasalica

Montenegro, 2002-3

Michael Ajayi

Nigeria, 2018-19

Mina Aryal

Nepal, 2011-12

Minho Son

South Korea, 2020-21

Moaness Tahoun

Egypt, 2008-9

Mohamed Sankare

Mali, 2019-20

Mohammed Ahmed

Bangladesh, 2019-20

Mohsina Yasmin

Bangladesh, 2009-10

Moon Kyun Cho

Korea, 2012-13

Moussa Fofana

Mali, 2009-10

Muhammad Abid Azam

Pakistan, 2022-23

Muhammad Ahmad

Pakistan, 2010-11

Muhammad Arshad

Pakistan, 2014-15

Muhammad Asif

Pakistan, 2016-17

Munanura Robert

Uganda, 2012-13

Munkhsoyol Baatarjav

Mongolia, 2010-11

Nabina Shrestha

Nepal, 2003-4

Naglaa Mohamed Hasaab

Egypt, 2012-13

Nancy Diphupu

Botswana, 2010-11

Narin Kruy

Cambodia, 2014-15

Nelisiwe Dlamini

Swaziland, 2002-3

Nely Stephanie Nasir

Malaysia, 2023-24

Nydia Iluise Hawala

Angola, 2016-17

M. Octavius Phukubye

South Africa, 2018-19

Olusola Olubode

Nigeria, 2005-6

Paul Bagabo

Uganda, 2004-5

Petrus Nuuyoma

Namibia, 2020-21

Pimpimon Kaewmanee

Thailand, 2023-24

Pramudhita Puteri

Indonesia, 2018-19

Prasedes Banseka

Cameroon, 2010-11

Prudence Serju

Jamaica, 2013-14

Rachelle Elien

Haiti, 2013-14

Raimundo Hernandez

Honduras, 2006-7

Raju Arumugham

India, 2010-11

Ramziya Muborakshoeva

Tajikistan, 2015-16

Raneem Asif

Pakistan, 2023-24

Rasha Al-Tameemi

Iraq, 2020-21

Raul Ruiz Barbot

Uruguay, 2006-7

Reem Bassem Fouad Mikhail

Egypt, 2017-18

Rinchen Lhazom

Bhutan, 2010-11

Rohmena Chung

Guana, 2023-24

Roman Opimakh

Ukraine, 2015-16

Rose Ngalula

Dem. Rep. of Congo, 2006-7

Roua Al-Hayki

Bahrain, 2010-11

Rukhshona Rajabova

Tajikistan, 2010-11

Rustam Saidaliyev

Uzbekistan, 2005-6

Sahr Joseph Kaifineh

Sierra Leone, 2017-18

Salamat Ali

Pakistan, 2008-9

Saliha Elcin Ozen

Turkey, 2009-10

SamAng Po

Cambodia, 2010-11

Sanavbar Sharipova

Tajikistan, 2008-9

Sanghong Lee

South Korea, 2019-20

Santiago Laserna Fernandez

Bolivia, 2017-18

Sebhat Belayneh

Ethiopia, 2008-9

Séguibyam Joachim Kientga

Burkina Faso, 2014-15

Serge Ekani

Cameroon, 2015-16

Seybou Yaro

Burkina Faso, 2010-11

Shah Faisal

Pakistan, 2011-12

Sheikh Raza

Pakistan, 2020-21

Sherab Zangmo

Bhutan, 2019-20

Shradha Shrestha

Nepal, 2021-22

Shujie He

China, 2004-5

Sinuon Va

Cambodia, 2023-24

Sohna Fatou Ceesay

The Gambia, 2020-21

Sokchanna Kram

Cambodia, 2011-12

Solofoniaina Rakotoseheno Andriambola

Madagascar, 2020-21

Sónia Joao Buvana

Mozambique, 2017-18

Sophia-Joy Soli

Papua New Guinea, 2017-18

Souphonesa Xaypannha

Laos, 2007-8

Suhret Fazlic

Bosnia-Herzegovina, 2007-8

Sundus Asif

Pakistan, 2022-23

Taimur Aman

Pakistan, 2016-17

Talantbek Sakishev

Kyrgyzstan, 2004-5

Tariq Thabet

Gaza, 2021-22

Thi Lan Anh Tran

Vietnam, 2011-12

Thierno Bah

Guinea, 2008-9

Tsheltrum Dorji

Bhutan, 2012-13

Uzma Ali

Pakistan, 2021-22

Vasenden Dorasami

Mauritius, 2009-10

Ventura Mufume

Mozambique, 2015-16

Vesna Gavrilovic

Bosnia-Herzegovia, 2012-13

Volodymyr Bortnytskyi

Ukraine, 2014-15

Waheeda Choudhury

Bangladesh, 2003-4

Walid Ben Amara

Tunisia, 2013-14

Wasim Ahmed

Pakistan, 2013-14

Ximena Mora

Ecuador, 2015-16

Yam Sharma

Nepal, 2007-8

Yaowu Song

China, 2006-7

Yasmeen Parveen

Bangladesh, 2014-15

Yasmira Calderón

Cuba, 2018-19

Yi Lite

China, 2002-3

Yoon Hee Kim

Korea, 2021-22

Yousaf Orakzai

Pakistan, 2011-12

Yuderka Chong Franco

Dominican Republic, 2005-6

Zaw Naing

Myanmar (Burma), 2008-9

Zaza Randriamiarana

Madagascar, 2008-9

Zharas Tugulbayev

Kazakhstan, 2006-7

Zohrab Ismayil

Azerbaijan, 2015-16

Zorana Markovic

Serbia and Montenegro, 2003-4

Zuhair M. Saleh

Libya, 2013-14

Zviad Kajaia

Georgia, 2006-7



  • Asmaa Fizazi, 2017-18


  • Nydia Hawala, 2016-17


  • Hernan Braude, 2018-19
  • Maria Florencia Collados, 2022-23


  • Karine Simonyan, 2002-3


  • Elvin Afandi, 2009-10
  • Zohrab Ismayil, 2015-16
  • Anar Pashajanov, 2022-23


  • Roua Al-Hayki, 2010-11
  • Hanan Hasan, 2015-16
  • Dana Hamzah, 2016-17


  • Waheeda Choudhury, 2003-4
  • Donald Rossette, 2005-6
  • Imrul Muniruzzaman, 2007-8
  • Moshina Yasmin, 2009-10
  • Yasmeen Parveen, 2014-15
  • Md. Mamunur Rahman, 2016-17
  • Mohammed Ahmed, 2019-20


  • Rinchin Lhazom, 2010-11
  • Tsheltrum Dorji, 2012-13
  • Sherab Zangmo, 2019-20


  • Gissela Morales, 2011-12
  • Claribel Aparicio Ferreira, 2012-13
  • Carla Cecilia Lima Aranzaes, 2017-18
  • Santiago Laserna Fernandez, 2017-18
  • Manuel Laredo, 2019-20


  • Suhet Fazlic, 2007-8
  • Vesna Gavrilovic, 2012-13


  • Batsho Dambe-Groth, 2010-11
  • Nancy Diphupu, 2012-11


  • Carlos Sampaio, 2005-6
  • Gabriela Rodrigues dos Santos, 2009-10


  • Konstantina Kalaydzhieva, 2022-23

Burkina Faso

  • Seybou Yaro, 2012-11
  • Djelika Pare, 2011-12
  • Seguibyam Kientga, 2014-15
  • Adama Ouedraogo, 2015-16


  • Florentine Nzisabira, 2022-23
  • Jimmy Ndihokubwayo, 2023-24


  • SamAng Po, 2010-11
  • Sokchanna Kram, 2011-12
  • Narin Kruy, 2014-15
  • Sinuon Va, 2023-24


  • Prasedes Banseka, 2010-11
  • Serge Ekani, 2015-16


  • Kladoumbaye Modjingar, 2005-6


  • Yi Lite, 2002-3
  • Chen Shixin, 2003-4
  • Shujie He, 2004-5
  • Yaowu Song, 2006-7
  • Bu Li, 2007-8
  • HongMei Zhao, 2012-13

Cote d’Ivoire

  • Augustin Broh, 2007-8
  • Madou Broh, 2007-8
  • Kouakou Bruno Tano, 2015-16
  • Amlan Ines Anoman, 2019-20


  • Yasmira Calderón, 2018-19

Democratic Republic of Congo

  • Rose Ngalula, 2006-7

Dominican Republic

  • Yuderka Chong Franco, 2005-6
  • Alejandro Herrera, 2006-7


  • Joan Palacios, 2012-13
  • Ximena Mora, 2015-16
  • Alfonso Abdo Felix, 2020-21
  • Maria Fernanda Pozo, 2021-22
  • Marcelo Collahuazo, 2023-24


  • Moaness Tahoun, 2008-9
  • Naglaa Mohamed Hassab, 2012-13
  • Doaa Hussein Ahmed, 2016-17
  • Reem Fouad Mikhail, 2017-18
  • Hamis Elgabry, 2023-24


  • Georgi Ignatov, 2013-14


  • Endrias Getachew, 2007-8
  • Sebhat Belayneh, 2008-9
  • Hailemichael Hailu Gebregiorgiss, 2019-20
  • Alemayehu Lamore, 2022-23


  • Lite' Seruvakula, 2021-22
  • Krishal Prasad, 2022-23

The Gambia

  • Sohna Fatou Ceesay, 2020-21


  • Haytham Abushaban, 2016-17
  • Asrar M. Riyad Jaber, 2017-18
  • Tariq Thabet, 2021-22


  • Zviad Kajaia, 2006-7


  • Josephine Ami-Narh, 2007-8
  • Kwasi Amankwaah, 2009-10


  • Lima Frederick, 2006-7


  • Mamadou Dian Bah, 2004-5
  • Thierno Bah, 2008-9
  • Alpha Balde, 2023-24


  • Rohmena Chung, 2023-24


  • Jean Claude Cenatus, 2008-9
  • Rachelle Elien, 2013-14


  • Raimundo Hernandez, 2006-7
  • David Ramos, 2009-10


  • Darshan Gangolli, 2004-5
  • Amtul Waris, 2007-8
  • Raju Arumugham, 2010-11
  • Ansuman Pattnaik, 2012-13
  • Alka Bhargava, 2013-14


  • Lukas Lauw, 2005-6
  • Pramudhita Puteri, 2018-19


  • Faezeh Yekkalam Tash, 2021-22


  • Rasha Al-Tameemi, 2020-21


  • Prudence Serju, 2013-14


  • Maha Abu-Rumman, 2017-18


  • Zharas Tugulbayev, 2006-7
  • Alma Nurshaikhova, 2010-11


  • Jong Wook Lee, 2002-3
  • Jae Young Choi, 2003-4
  • Jae-Cheol Yoo, 2005-6
  • Gabyoung Shim, 2008-9
  • Moon Kyun Cho, 2012-13
  • Keunwoo Lee, 2014-15
  • Sanghong Lee, 2019-20
  • Minho Son, 2020-21
  • Heewon Kim, 2021-22
  • Yoon Hee Kim, 2021-22
  • Jinah Seong, 2021-22
  • Heon-Taek Yoon, 2022-23


  • Talantbek Sakishev, 2004-5
  • Kunduz Masylkanova, 2007-8
  • Almaz Abdykerimov, 2016-17
  • Kunduz Keneeva, 2019-20


  • Evita Feldberga, 2020-21


  • Manothong Vongsay, 2003-4
  • Souphonesa Xaypannha, 2007-8
  • Aphideth Mingboupha, 2018-19


  • Emmah Sumo, 2009-10
  • Joe Greaves, 2021-22


  • Zuhair M. Saleh, 2013-14


  • Jovita Tamosaityte, 2013-14


  • Zaza Randriamiarana, 2008-9
  • Dera Zafindravaka, 2016-17
  • Solofoniaina Rakotoseheno Andriambola, 2020-21


  • Nely Stephanie Nasir, 2023-24


  • Moussa Fofana, 2009-10
  • Mohamed Sankare, 2019-20


  • Aruna Badoo, 2018-19


  • Coulibaly Ba Aliou, 2015-16


  • Vasenden Dorasami, 2009-10


  • Bayan-Altai Luvsandorj, 2006-7
  • Munkhsoyol Baatarjav, 2010-11
  • Gandolgor Purevjav, 2011-12


  • Mila Kasalica, 2002-3


  • Farid Hasnaoui, 2006-7


  • Manuel Mutimucuio, 2013-14
  • Ventura Mufume, 2015-16
  • Sónia Joao Buvana, 2017-18

Myanmar (Burma)

  • Zaw Naing, 2008-9


  • Petrus Nuuyoma, 2020-21


  • Nabina Shrestha, 2003-4
  • Krishna Gyawali, 2005-6
  • Biswas Rai, 2006-7
  • Yam Sharma, 2007-8
  • Manju Thapa Magar, 2009-10
  • Mina Aryal, 2011-12
  • Krishna Hari Pushkar, 2014-15
  • Shradha Shrestha, 2021-22


  • Griselda Soto, 2003-4
  • Elyin Loaisiga, 2023-24


  • Boulou Akano, 2006-7
  • Garba Hamadou, 2022-23


  • Olusola Olubode, 2005-6
  • Michael Ajayi, 2018-19


  • Asad Aleem, 2003-4
  • Salmat Ali, 2008-9
  • Muhammad Ahmad, 2010-11
  • Shah Faisal, 2011-12
  • Yousaf Orakzai, 2011-12
  • Faisal Khan, 2013-14
  • Wasim Ahmed, 2013-14
  • Muhammad Arshad, 2015-16
  • Gulcheen Aqil, 2015-16
  • Muhammad Asif, 2016-17
  • Taimur Aman, 2016-17
  • Javeria Rameez Naqvi, 2018-19
  • Abid Shah, 2019-20
  • Deep Kiran Rajani, 2020-21
  • Sheikh Raza, 2020-21
  • Uzma Ali, 2021-22
  • Sundus Asif, 2022-23
  • Muhammad Abid Azam, 2022-23
  • Raneem Asif, 2023-24


  • Johanna De los Castillo Coronado, 2012-13

Papua New Guinea

  • Sophia-Joy Soli, 2017-18


  • Gryzel Matallana, 2002-3
  • Karen Sheppard, 2007-8
  • Armando Mendoza, 2018-19


  • Aleem Siddiqui Matabalao Guiapal, 2017-18


  • Adriana Niedoszewska, 2004-5


  • Cristian Alecse, 2011-12


  • Artur Bikbaev, 2014-15


  • Maïmouna Kebe, 2006-7
  • Amadou Ba, 2008-9


  • Dejan Mak, 2011-12
  • Marko Saric, 2013-14
  • Marija Polak, 2016-17
  • Mario Milakovic, 2021-22

Serbia and Montenegro

  • Zorana Markovic, 2003-4

Sierra Leone

  • Douffi Sheriff, 2008-9
  • Sahr Joseph Kaifineh, 2017-18


  • Lea Uhrinova, 2004-5
  • Andrea Danihelova, 2020-21
  • Anna Podlesna, 2021-22

South Africa

  • M. Octavius Phukubye, 2018-19

South Korea

  • Hyekyung Jung, 2023-24

Sri Lanka

  • Janak De Silva, 2005-6
  • Mangalika Adikari, 2009-10


  • Kahal Ashna Mahepal, 2017-18


  • Nelisiwe Dlamini, 2002-3


  • Sanavbar Sharipova, 2008-9
  • Rukhshona Rajabova, 2010-11
  • Bezhan Kholiknazarov, 2014-15
  • Ramziya Muborakshoeva, 2015-16
  • Dilafruz Mamadjonova, 2023-24


  • Hodian Urio, 2002-3
  • Kulthum Amani, 2004-5


  • Pimpimon Kaewmanee, 2023-24


  • Kossi Tsogbe, 2011-12


  • Jaafar Elaouani, 2004-5
  • Walid Ben Amara, 2013-14


  • Saliha Elcin Ozen, 2009-10


  • Jennet Atabayeva, 2005-6
  • Jennet Hojanazarova, 2006-7


  • Paul Bagabo, 2004-5
  • Munanura Robert, 2012-13
  • Gertrude Basiima, 2022-23


  • Volodymyr Bortnytskyi, 2014-15
  • Inna Remizova, 2015-16
  • Roman Opimakh, 2015-16


  • Raul Ruiz Barbot, 2006-7


  • Rustam Saidaliyev, 2005-6


  • Marco Scanu, 2004-5
  • Maxim Ross, 2018-19


  • Hoang Thi Thanh Ha, 2003-4
  • Dong Luu Tran, 2005-6
  • Thi Lan Anh Tran, 2011-12
  • Bung Nguyen, 2012-13


  • Ahmed Alkabab, 2010-11
  • Fadia Al-Bahr, 2021-22
  • Ali Sharwan, 2022-23


  • Evaristo Simwinga, 2007-8
  • Mazuba Mukubani, 2019-20


  • Angeline Tendai Chikwanda, 2009-10

Professional Affiliation Sites


  • Angeline Tendai Chikwanda

African Chamber of Commerce, Dallas TX

  • Olusola Olubode

Aga Khan Council, USA, Chicago, IL

  • Ramziya Muborakshoeva

Allen Neighborhood Center, Lansing, MI

  • Douffi Sheriff
  • Andrea Danihelova

American Red Cross, Mid-Michigan Chapter, Lansing, MI

  • Mazuba Mukubani

Amish Prestige, Columbus, OH

  • Marko Saric

Anthem/Wellpoint, Richmond, VA

  • Datsho Bambe-Groth

Ash Center for Democratic Governance, Cambridge, MA

  • Dung Nguyen

Asia Foundation, San Francisco, CA

  • Krishna Hari Pushkar

Atlas Corps

  • Carla Cecilia Lima Aranzaes

Beeck Center, Washington, DC

  • Nydia Hawala

BN USA Inc., Fort Lee, NJ

  • Moon Kyun Cho

Brookings Institution, Washington, DC

  • Hernan Braude

Capital Area MichiganWorks!, Lansing, MI

  • Amlan Ines Anoman

Capitol Bankcorp, Lansing, MI

  • Josephine Ami-Narh

Center for Community and Economic Development, East Lansing, MI

  • Manuel Laredo

Center for Creative Leadership, Greensboro, NC

  • Kwasi Amankwaah
  • Vasenden Dorasami

Center for International Private Enterprise, Washington, DC

  • Kwasi Amankwaah

Center for Quality People Organization, Georgetown, KY

  • Batsho Dambe-Groth

Center for Restorative Justice and Peace, St. Paul, MN

  • Shah Faisal

City of East Lansing, East Lansing, MI

  • Adama Ouedraogo
  • Almaz Abdykerimov
  • Amadou Bah
  • Dejan Mak
  • Dong Luu Tran
  • Emmah Sumo
  • Georgi Ignatov
  • Haytham Abushaban
  • Manju Thapa Magar
  • Md. Mamunur Rahman
  • Muhammad Ahmad
  • Muhammad Arshad
  • Munkhsoyol Baatarjav
  • Narin Kruy
  • Rachelle Elien
  • Rinchen Lhazom
  • Rukhshona Rajabova
  • Taimur Aman
  • Yasmeen Parveen
  • Yousef Orakzai
  • Aruna Badoo
  • Michael Ajayi
  • Sherab Zangmo
  • Uzma Ali

City of East Lansing Budget Office, East Lansing, MI

  • Seguibyam Kientga
  • Wasim Ahmed

City of Flint, MI

  • Maria Florencia Collados

D-Labs, Boston, MA

  • Md. Mamunur Rahman

Common Impact, Boston, MA

  • Jovita Tamozaityte

Commonwealth of Virginia, Richmond, VA

  • Roua Al-Hayki

Comprehensive Sleep Center

  • Anar Pashajanov

Consulate of Pakistan, Chicago, IL

  • Muhammad Arshad

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

  • Amtul Waris

County of Hawaii Office of Housing, Hilo, HI

  • Cristian Alecse

Detroit Metropolitan Airport

  • Garba Hamadou

Detroit Youth Development Commission, Detroit, MI

  • Maïmouna Kebe

Dewey Balantine LLC, Washington, DC

  • Janak De Silva

East Lansing Technology Innovation Center, East Lansing, MI

  • Mina Aryal

Education for Employment, Washington, DC

  • Zuhair M. Saleh

ELM International, Foothill Ranch, CA

  • Rustam Saidaliyev

Enterprise Development Group, Arlington, VA

  • Endrias Getachew

Firebird Management LLC, New York, NY

  • Zviad Kajaia

Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Washington, DC

  • Amlan Ines Anoman

Gabriel’s Community Credit Union, Lansing, MI

  • Prasedes Banseka

George Mason University, Fairfax, VA

  • Artur Bikbaev

Grameen Bank, Washington, DC

  • Ximena Mora

Grameen Foundation, Washington, DC

  • Maria Fernanda Pozo 

Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Washington, DC

  • Gissela Morales

Information Technology Innovation Foundation

  • Evita Feldberga

International Civil Society Action Network

  • Florentine Nzisabira

International Monetary Fund, Washington, DC

  • Dana Hamzah
  • Inna Remizova
  • Jennet Hojanazarova
  • Karen Sheppard
  • Marija Polak
  • Narin Kruy
  • Zaza Randriamiarana
  • Maha Abu-Rumman
  • Anar Pashajanov
  • Gertrude Basiima

Inter-American Development Bank, Washington, DC

  • Keunwoo Lee

Jackson National Life, East Lansing, MI

  • Reem Bassem Fouad Mikhail
  • Solofoniaina Rakotoseheno Andriambola

Kelly Services, Troy, MI

  • Kossi Tsogbe

Lansing Economic Area Partnership, Lansing, MI

  • Dera Zafindravaka
  • Muhammad Asif
  • Nydia Hawala
  • Santiago Laserna Fernandez
  • Octavius Phukubye
  • Sanghong Lee
  • Sheikh Raza
  • Tariq Thabet
  • Krishal Prasad

Latin Chamber of Commerce USA, Miami, FL

  • Claribel Aparicio Ferreira

Louisiana State University Center for Energy Studies, Baton Rouge, LA

  • Roman Opimakh

Michigan Chamber of Commerce, Lansing, MI

  • Thi Lan Anh Tran

Michigan Civil Service, Lansing, MI

Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy, Lansing, MI

  • Faezeh Yekkalam Tash

Michigan Economic Development Corporation

  • Sundus Asif

Michigan Employment Clinic

  • Anna Podlesna

Michigan Manufacturers’ Association, Lansing, MI

  • Thi Lan Anh Tran

Michigan Small Business and Technology, Lansing, MI

  • Donald Rossette

Michigan State University EMPowER Laboratory, East Lansing, MI

  • Heewon Kim

Michigan State University Extension - First Impressions Tourism Program, East Lansing, MI

  • Shradha Shrestha

Michigan State University Office for China Programs

  • Jinah Seong

Michigan State University Office of Human Resources, East Lansing, MI

  • Ramziya Muborakshoeva
  • Asmaa Fizazi
  • Carla Cecilia Lima Aranzaes
  • Pramudhita Puteri
  • Aphideth Mingboupha
  • Deep Kiran Rajani
  • Rasha Al-Tameemi
  • Yoon Hee Kim

Michigan State University Agriculture, Food and Resource Economics, East Lansing, MI

  • Jean Claude Cenatus

Michigan State University Center for Community and Economic Development, East Lansing, MI

  • SamAng Po
  • Sokchanna Kram
  • Joe Garmondyu Greaves

Michigan State University Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, East Lansing, MI

  • Maxim Ross

Michigan State University Center for International Business, East Lansing, MI

  • Sophia-Joy Soli
  • Minho Son

Michigan State University College of Law Tax Clinic, East Lansing, MI

  • Ansuman Pattnaik
  • Carlos Sampaio
  • Farid Hasnaoui
  • Jae-Cheol Yoo

Michigan State University Computing and Network Services, East Lansing, MI

  • Lukas Lauw

Michigan State University Department of Animal Science

  • Alemayehu Lamore

Michigan State University Mail Services Department

  • Neon-Taek Yoon

Michigan State University Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives, East Lansing, MI

  • Gabriela Rodrigues dos Santos

Michigan State University Product Center, East Lansing, MI

  • Tsheltrum Dorji

Michigan State University Quantitative Fisheries Center, East Lansing, MI

  • Lite' Seruvakula

Michigan State University School of Human Resources and Labor Relations, East Lansing, MI

  • Gandolgor Purevjav

Michigan State University Travel, Tourism and Recreation, East Lansing, MI

  • Kladoumbaye Modjingar

Michigan State University Federal Credit Union, East Lansing, MI

  • Bezhan Kholiknazarov
  • Mohamed Sankare

MSU Surplus Store & Recycling Center

  • Gertrude Basiima

NASA - Ames Laboratory, Mountain View, CA

  • Sophia-Joy Soli

National Democratic Institute, Washington, DC

  • Walid Ben Amara
  • Sohna Fatou Ceesay

Nissequogue Cogen Partners Energy Center, New York, NY

  • Jennet Atabeyeva

Natural Resource Governance Institute, New York, NY

  • Zohrab Ismayil
  • Armando Mendoza

Northern Manhattan Community Voices, New York, NY

  • Yuderka Chong Franco


  • Ali Sharwan
  • Muhammad Abid Azam

Opportunity Resource Fund, East Lansing, MI

  • Faisal Khan

PACT, Washington, DC

  • Gulcheen Aqil

Pan-American Health Organization, Washington, DC

  • Kajal Ashna Mahepal

Paramount Coffee, Lansing, MI

  • Gissela Morales

Population Reference Bureau, Washington, DC

  • Sahr Joseph Kaifineh

Prima Civitas, East Lansing, MI

  • Manuel Mutimucuio

Red Cedar Ventures, East Lansing, MI

  • Octavius Phukubye


  • Petrus Nuuyoma

Sheltering Arms, Atlanta, GA

  • Mario Milakovic

Sparrow Hospital, Lansing, MI

  • Batsho Dambe-Groth

Spartan Innovations, East Lansing, MI

  • Naglaa Mohamed Hasaab
  • Muhammad Abid Azam

State of Michigan Budget Office, Lansing, MI

  • Wasim Ahmed

State of Michigan Department of Treasury, Lansing, MI

  • Dana Hamzah
  • Salamat Ali
  • Maha Abu-Rumman

State of Michigan Department of Corrections, Lansing, MI

  • Munanura Robert

State of Michigan Department of Energy, Lansing, MI

  • Mangalika Adikari

State of Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Lansing, MI

  • Muhammad Ahmad

Tax Justice Network, USA, Washington, DC

  • Johanna De los Castillo Coronado


  • Sundus Asif

Tempus, Washington, DC

  • Sónia João Buvana

Thai Community Development Center, Hollywood, CA

  • Rachelle Elien
  • Dera Zafindravaka

TTI Global, Rochester Hills, MI

  • Raju Arumugham

The Unforgotten

  • Fadia Al-Bahr

United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, New York, NY

  • Dejan Mak

United Nations Development Programme, New York, NY

  • Alma Nurshaikhova
  • Alfonso Abdo Felix
  • Konstantina Kalaydzhieva

University of Michigan Credit Union, Ann Arbor, MI

  • Bezhan Kholiknazarov

United States Bureau of Labor and Statistics, Washington, DC

  • Nancy Diphupu

United States Customs and Border Control, Washington, DC

  • Gabyoung Shim

United States Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC

  • Volodymyr Bortnytskyi
  • Mohammed Ahmed

United States Phillipines Society, Washington, DC

  • Aleem Siddiqui Matabalao Guiapal

Virginia Department of Planning and Budget, Richmond, VA

  • Thierno Bah

Waverly High School, Lansing, MI

  • Yasmira Calderon

Wells Fargo and Women Venture, St. Paul, MN

  • Sanavbar Sharipova

Women for Women International, Washington, DC

  • Asrar Jaber

World Bank, Washington, DC

  • Alka Bhargava
  • Bu Li
  • Coulibaly Ba Aliou
  • David Ramos
  • Djelika Pare
  • Donald Rossette
  • Elvin Afandi
  • Farid Hasnaoui
  • Hanan Hasan
  • Joan Palacios
  • Kouakou Bruno Tano
  • Krishna Gyawali
  • Kunduz Masylkanova
  • Moaness Tahoun
  • Moussa Fofana
  • Prudence Serju
  • Rose Ngalula
  • Saliha Elcin Ozen
  • Ventura Mufume
  • Yam Sharma
  • Yasmeen Parveen
  • Zaw Naing
  • Reem Bassem Fouad Mikhail
  • Maxim Ross
  • Hailemichael Hailu Gebregiorgiss
  • Kunduz Keneeva

World Bank - International Finance Corporation, Washington, DC

  • Ahmed Alkabab
  • Sebhat Belayneh

World Wildlife Fund, Washington, DC

  • HongMei Zhao
  • Vesna Gavrilovic