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George is an Australian changemaker that grew up on a Tea Tree farm in Australia and developed an interest in agriculture at a young age, studying Agribusiness at the University of Queensland and currently pursuing a Masters in Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security at The Royal Agricultural University in England. George has worked on a regenerative livestock farm and developed a sustainable demonstration farm to address food security in South Africa and is currently developing a demonstration farm for a local community in Kenya to develop, educate and train Kenya’s youth in regenerative, organic agriculture. He was selected as a Global Changemaker in 2019 and as a co-creator and host of the Young Changemakers Podcast series, he hopes to share the pivotal role of youth in creating positive social and environmental change.
Anastasia is an Australian changemaker who is passionate about women empowerment, technology and digital marketing for good. She currently resides in Singapore & graduated with a bachelor's degree majoring in Sociology and Indonesian Studies. She is currently volunteering for The Codette Project, an NGO that focuses on empowering minority Muslim women with technology related skills to improve their current approach.
She was selected as a 2019 Global Changemaker in Switzerland and as a 2018 Australian Delegate at the Yenching Social Innovation Forum in Beijing, China. She was also a 2019 executive awardee winner of the National Australia Indonesia Language Awards, speaking on the taboo topic of menstrual cups. As co-host of the podcast, she is eager to use the platform to break down preconceived perceptions of young people and the real impact they’re having on global issues.
William is a Guatemalan changemaker who is always willing to support people in need. He will finish his Chemical Engineering degree at USAC this year. He is the co-founder of "Yo Por Ti", focusing on supporting nursing homes and children in need, collecting donations and hosting recreational activities.
He was part of the 2019 Global Youth Summit and later launched “Training Our Communities” in Escuintla, Guatemala - the area affected by the eruption of Fuego Volcano in 2018. The project impacted more than 500 people, providing schools and communities with First Aid Knowledge and Rapid Response Actions in case of future natural disasters.
As co-creator of the podcast, he dreams of reaching listeners in every country in the world. He loves when the interviewees share their stories and advice so that people don't feel alone when facing struggles.