WISE Learners' Voice

2017-18 Learners' Voice

2017-18 Learners' Voice

The Learners’ Voice Program has announced the new cohort of education leaders from diverse backgrounds to join the WISE community and engage in the global dialogue on pressing education issues. The 2017-18 cohort consists of 25 outstanding Learners from 22 countries. This year the participants will be engaged in theoretical and practical components relating to the Global Forced Migration and Displacement Crisis.

The Learners participate in two intensive residential sessions delivered by expert faculty and various online and on-site activities. Project development being a key component of the program, the Learners form teams to conceive, design and pilot innovative projects that address critical education challenges. After thorough evaluation by the Learners’ Voice team, selected projects will have an opportunity to pitch their proposals to an audience of potential investors, donors, and partners at a global event. The new cohort will start its journey with the Learners’ Voice program at WISE 2017 in Doha.

Their biographies can be found below.


Meet the Learners



Noor Al-Qaedi,
Qatar

Maha Al Thani,
Qatar

Ryan Steven Vargas Angeles,
Peru

Sadiki Bamperineza,
Democratic Republic of the Congo

Alejandro Inti Bonomo,
Argentina

Nicholas Carverhill,
Canada

HY William Chan,
Australia

María Constanza,
Argentina

Sebastian Cortes,
Colombia

Hattie Duplechain,
United States of America

Drew Edwards,
United States of America

Anum Essa,
Pakistan

Charlotte Evans,
United States of America

Beyan Flomo Pewee,
Liberia

Costas Georgiades,
Netherlands & Cyprus

Eman Hamdan,
Palestine

Luyolo Mazwembe,
South Africa

Jesmin Nahar,
Bangladesh

Stacey Nwokeyi,
Nigeria

Nephtaly Andoney Pierre-Louis,
Haiti

Christine Safwat,
Egypt

Kaitlynn Saldanha,
United States of America

Vansh Saluja,
India

Kelly Taylor,
Australia

Boya Yang,
China