WEF/Young Global Leaders 2019

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Parent organizationWEF/Young Global Leaders
Membership• Ahmed Ali Al-Hammadi
• Ibrahim AlMojel
• Victoria Alonsoperez
• Carlos Alvarado Quesada
• Rima Assi
• Nick Ayers
• Priyanka Bakaya
• Mamuka Bakhtadze
• Jean-Jacques Barbéris
• Pablo Alberto Barrera Lopez
• Diane Binder
• Syed Saddiq bin Syed Abdul Rahman
• Sarah bint Yousif Al-Amiri
• Ketevan Bochorishvili
• Julie Bonamy
• Ruba Borno
• Geoffrey Bouquot
• Agnes Budzyn
• Jessica Burgner-Kahrs
• Peter Buttigieg
• Kamissa Camara
• Chang Seung-Joon
• Serene Chen Huijing
• Rohit Chopra
• David Chubak
• Dan Crenshaw
• Lucy d'Arville
• Eric Dayton
• Daniel de Boer
• Deshal De Mel
• M. Bilge Demirkoz
• Jean-François Gagné
• Amy Gao
• Angela Daniella Garcia Moreno
• Gong Yingying
• Fernando Grostein Andrade
• Anne-Sophie Grouchka
• Matthew Guilford
• Cyrus Habib
• Yalda Hakim
• Nathaniel Harding
• Cal Henderson
• Halla Hrund Logadottir
• Huang Dinglong
• Lisa Ivers
• Wanuri Kahiu
• Daria Kaleniuk
• Ahd Kamel
• Aminata Kane Ndiaye
• Bogolo Joy Kenewendo
• Nora Khaldi
• Faisal Khan
• Tigran Khudaverdian
• Emily Kirsch
• Joseph Konzelmann
• Stefanie Kurniadi
• Farhan Latif
• Sam Lee
• Guillaume Lefevre
• Gary Liu
• Liu Qian
• Lokesh Nara
• Poonam Mahajan
• Jonathan Malagon
• Nadia Maqbool
• Richard Martinez
• Yasukane Matsumoto
• Sucharita Mukherjee
• Nerissa Naidu
• Erika Najarian
• Sarah Nicholls
• Genki Oda
• Umra Omar
• Clare O'Neil
• Tolu Oni
• Melanie Perkins
• Cristina Pozzi
• Carol Reiley
• Carlos Reines
• Maya Roy
• Ruangroj Poonpol
• Ivy Huq Russell
• Annika Saarikko
• Phanindra Sama
• Thomas Saueressig
• Eva Scherer
• Geoffrey See
• Noura Selim
• David Moinina Sengeh
• Andrew Serazin
• Serey Chea
• Ameer Sherif
• Anjhula Mya Singh Bais
• Anjali Sud
• Paweł Surówka
• Sue Anne Tay
• Piyush Tewari
• Joice Toyota
• Richard Walker
• Gregorio Werthein
• Adebola
• Bryony Winn
• Yeo Bee Yin
• Yin Qi
• Yuan Jiakai
• Asif Zahir
• Zhang Longmei

"The Forum of Young Global Leaders (YGLs) brings together enterprising, socially minded men and women under the age of 40...The goal of the YGL community is to fill an existing global gap, creating a sought-after peer network that allows each member to drive each other to do more and be more...The community creates experiences for next-generation leaders that help to enhance their skills, broaden their world view and drive innovative solutions.[1][2]

The program functions as a way for the big oligarchs to come in contact and screen a younger generation of future leaders.

Examples

  • Peter Buttigieg is a very spooky US politician. He was a prospective candidate in the US/2020 Presidential election. He is United States Secretary of Transportation since February 3, 2021.
  • Matthew Guilford is Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Common Health, a part of the The Commons Project. Its digital health system to allow sharing of data about a person’s clinical history and status. "Sharing of COVID-19 test results and vaccination records is a natural role for CommonHealth."[3]
  • Yalda Hakim is an Australian/British broadcast journalist, news presenter, and documentary maker.
  • Clare O'Neil is an Australian politician. In 2019 she was considered a frontrunner for the deputy leadership during the 2019 Australian Labor Party leadership election.
  • Carlos Alvarado Quesada is the President of Costa Rica, in November 2021 the first country to mandate COVID-vaccines for children.
  • Daniel Crenshaw - Congressman from Texas (R), 2nd District, United States Congress[4]



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