We recently had the pleasure of attending the 22nd session of the Youth Assembly, where hundreds of young changemakers gathered to exchange ideas, foster connections, and learn from each other’s impactful work. Among this outstanding pool of young leaders were several of our own Resolution Fellows.
Check out some of our highlights from a truly inspirational weekend!
- Louise Mabulo (Class 9) kicked off the YA Meet & Greet with some of her own experiences as a Youth Assembly Ambassador, speaking highly of the leadership skills she has learned through this role.
- Martín Solorzano González (Class 7) participated in the “Empowering Youth to End Poverty” panel and shared the work his venture, BuildingHealth, is doing to provide affordable and accessible health care throughout Mexico.
- Daniel Sebugwawo (Class 10) spoke in the “Youth Assembly Alumni: From Delegates to Changemakers” panel about the trajectory of his venture, Suubi Community Development Organization, and the role of Resolution as a supporter and catalyst for action.
- Medha Reddy (Class 10) participated in a phenomenal “Women in Leadership” panel and shared the work her venture, Leading Women of Tomorrow, is doing to teach the fundamentals of preparing for a career in public service to college-age women.
- Samir Goel (Class 6) spoke in a panel on “Leveraging Technology for Development” about his app, Esusu, which allows people to create Rotational Savings Clubs in order to better save, access capital, and build credit.
As always, we left the event astounded and inspired by the hard work, talent, and tenacity of the rising generation of young leaders!
Louise speaks in a Peer Mentor Advising Session.
Medha speaks in the “Women in Leadership” panel.
Samir speaks in a panel on “Leveraging Technology for Development.”
Martín in the “Empowering Youth to End Poverty” panel.
Daniel speaks in the “Youth Assembly Alumni: From Delegates to Changemakers” panel.
Daniel with Emma Jackson, Resolution’s Program Coordinator.