Razafinimanana Tina has over 20 years experience in the field of youth engagement. At 20, she was appointed Goodwill Ambassador for the MDGs by PNUD in New York and contributed to policy development and program for young people at national, continental and international levels. Since 2013, she is the coordinator for gender equity within Intrahealth International. Having capitalized her experience as an activist and professional, she founded in 2011 an organization called Youth First aimed primarily promoting young people aged 15-24.
Business Advisor Oxfam, Co-founder Team Oxygen. Prior to this, He was a Project Team Lead on a Goldman Sachs sponsored consulting initiative for SMEs in Nigeria, and gained broad experience in developing SMEs across different industries.
Mr. Eric Chinje is the CEO of AMI. Before taking up his position at AMI, Eric served as Senior Advisor at the KRL International LLC, a Washington-based consultancy specializing in the emerging markets. Prior to that, he was the Director for Strategic Communications and Advisor at the Mo Ibrahim Foundation, a position he took up at the start of 2012. He was also the World Bank's Communications Manager for Africa.
Albert G. Zeufack is Practice Manager in the Global Practice for Macroeconomics and Fiscal Management of the World Bank. He is also the Acting Global Lead and Community of Practice Leader for the Management of Natural Resource Rents. Prior to assuming this position in July 2014, he was the Sector Manager for Poverty Reduction and Economic Management (PREM) for Central and East Africa.
Emma Adjovi is the CEO and Founder of the Emma Style Fashion brand and Emma Mag magazine. Passionate about women entrepreneurship and art, she joined the industry after a background in pharmacy and owns a strategic communications consultancy in Senegal.