Fernanda is passionate about telling stories of women. She is a prize-winning film-maker from Mexico who focuses on sharing authentic voices of indigenous women in a creative and engaging style.

Adam graduated from Cambridge after he studied economics and realised that his real passion was IT. He found his niche in various roles at IBM, ultimately as a technical leader and system designer.

Bettina is as an award-winning researcher, consultant, and lecturer in business ethics at several Swiss universities. Shaking up the classical approach to ethics, she focuses on the gray zones of ethical decision-making and the psychological dynamics that lead to unethical behaviour.

Daniel is an artist sparking debate about women and leadership wherever he goes with his ground-breaking project ‘One Thousand Leaders’ which unites people around power-walls of women leaders.

Sylvia Poll defied odds to become Costa Rica's first Olympic medallist in history at the 1988 Olympics and is a former national record holder for swimming.

Biliana is an innovation & change coach and founder of the Swiss Failure+ Akademy. She believes that “the utmost opportunity failure offers us it to own it, learn from it and turn it into an opportunity to try again.”

Agota is the founder of MAMAGORA, an association that supports mothers to enter or re-enter the workforce, connect, and co-work online and in the real world.

Laurent Houmard gained an extensive professional experience while working 20 years in leading position in the field of marketing and general management for multinational companies in Switzerland, Africa and Asia.

Govinda Upadhyay is working on innovation of diverse digital products to help solar companies and organizations manage their staff and assets by incorporating entrepreneurship, education, social and recreational learning platforms.

Adina Rom is researching how policy makers, entrepreneurs and researchers across the globe are enthusiastic about the potential of novel technologies to improve lives in low-income contexts.

Solomzi Makohliso believes while many essential technologies are widely available in industrialized countries, they have not been successfully deployed on a large scale in low & middle-income countries.

Shirah E. Foy questions why do some entrepreneurs create prosocial ventures while others do not? Might we find a higher rate of social entrepreneurship in certain parts of the world?

Miriam Bird is interested in entrepreneurial teams and the role of family in entrepreneurship. She has published her work in leading management and entrepreneurship journals.

Marla Burgener fosters climate mitigation solutions by tackling bottom up engagement through AI based on game principles. Individuals within companies pick their environmental challenge, act, build community, achieve and get ranked.

Marcelo de La Cruz's research area focuses on social innovation and the measurement of societal impact. Reflecting on his belief that contribution to society needs to be more than the intentionality of doing good and its organizational embedding under the label of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), his research proposal introduces the impact principle that lays this intentionality aside and broadens the sphere of possible actions that might do good.