Fall 2022 Research Group

The Fall 2022 CAIDP Research Group is comprised of 

  • Research Fellow, Law Fellow, and Externs (Research Assistant)
  • Teaching Fellows
  • Research Group Team Leaders
  • Research Group Members

Information about our extraordinary team is available below.


Marc Rotenberg

CAIDP President


Merve Hickok

CAIDP Research Director


About the Fall 2022 Research Group

  • More than 162 participants
  • 61 countries represented
  • Regions Represented Africa (47), Asia (49), Europe (35), Latin America (14), North America (17) 
  • 18 CAIDP AI policy graduates returned as AI policy Team Leaders

Research Fellows, Law Fellow, and Externs (Research Assistants) - Fall 2022

Maison Bergeron (Research Assistant, Campbell Law)


Maison is a student at Campbell Law School in Raleigh, North Carolina. Maison holds a bachelor’s degree from Westfield State University, where she studied criminal justice and political science. Maison has researched United Nations policy regarding the regulation of AI systems, with a focus on lethal autonomous weapons. She published an article analyzing the emergence  of blockchain and smart contracts in the legal field and has continued independent research on AI ethics and regulations at the United Nations. She will spend the summer as an international contracts intern for the Research Triangle Institute in Durham, North Carolina.

  • Institutional focus: European Law Institute project on Guiding Principles and Model Rules on Algorithmic Contracts
  • Issue focus: Lethal autonomous weapon systems (LAWS)

Rick Cai (Law Fellow)



Rick Cai is a 2022 graduate from Georgetown University with a Technology Law and Policy LL.M. He also holds a bachelor's degree in law from China University of Political Science and Law. He is a Certified Information Privacy Professional both in Europe (CIPP/E) and the U.S. (CIPP/US). Rick has a strong interest in the intersection of technology, law, and policy with a particular focus on regulation and policy of AI and data privacy in the EU, China, and the U.S. 

  • Institution focus: Global Privacy Assembly
  • Issue focus: Fairness, Accuracy, Transparency
  • Region focus: East Asia 

Lyantoniette Chua (Research Fellow, Philippines)


Lyantoniette Chua is a founding member of the Ethically Aligned Design Concentration of Power Committee under the IEEE SA that set global standards for autonomous/intelligent systems. She is a member of the Class of 2021 at the University of the Philippines Diliman, with a major in Philosophy. She is an independent technology ethics & governance consultant, mentor, and speaker –putting her background in the arts (philosophy) and sciences (computer engineering) full circle. Lyan is a facilitator for AGI Safety Fundamentals ran by Effective Altruism Cambridge, under the AI Governance track; and a WANBAM mentor for AI Ethics. She is also involved with the Mechanism Design for Social Good under the Algorithms, Law, and Policy Group, as well as the Policy and Free Speech Project. She is currently pursuing tech governance in the intersection of geopolitics, power asymmetries, and Global South risks. Lyantoniette has received the CAIDP AI Policy certification. Lyantionette has received the CAIDP AI Policy certification with distinction. and the CAIDP AI Policy - Advanced certification with distinction, and was named a CAIDP Fellow in 2022.

Xiaoli Jin (Research Assistant, Harvard Law School)


Xiaoli Jin is a J.D. candidate at Harvard Law School. She also holds a Computer Science degree from Middlebury College. Prior to law school, she worked in the field of algorithmic bias and data privacy, about which she’s deeply passionate. She is currently working on an algorithm that identifies emerging legal risks involving new technologies (check it out on Twitter or Instagram). In 2020, she co-founded the JURIST Digital Scholars Program, a research incubator that mentors interdisciplinary projects at the intersection of law and technology. In 2019, she published her first iOS app NewsElect, a news aggregator that seeks to mitigate political polarization by alternating liberal and conservative news coverage.

  • Issue focus: Algorithmic bias and data privacy, Smart contracts
  • Institution focus:
  • Region focus: North America

Peter Graham (Research Assistant, Duke Law)


Peter Graham is a student at Duke Law School passionate about privacy and harmonizing emerging technologies with democratic governance. Peter’s studies at Duke have focused on privacy, data governance, artificial intelligence, ethical technology, cybersecurity, and data breach response. Prior to law school, he worked as a litigation paralegal and a practice area coordinator for multinational law firms. Peter attended Boston College where he completed his B.A. in Political Science and International Studies. He is a dual citizen of the United States and Colombia. Peter is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US).

  • Institution focus: Office of Science and Technology Policy, Global Privacy Assembly
  • issue focus: AI Bill of Rights
  • Region focus: North America

Sandra Lattner (Research Assistant: University of Vienna)


Sandra Lattner is a PhD candidate and researcher at the Department of Communication at the University of Vienna (Austria). Her research focuses on the role of policy regulation processes with a specific focus on the ethical aspects, child rights and digital literacy in the context of artificial intelligence and young people. 

Sandra Lattner completed her Master's and Bachelor's degree at the Department of Communication of the University of Vienna. In 2017/18 Sandra worked as a teaching assistant of Univ.-Prof. Dr. Maximilian Gottschlich at the Department of Communication for the lectures Media Theory, Media Ethic and Health Communication. After her Master's degree, she was involved in research projects for participation of young people and digital transformation.

  • Institution focus: European Institutions
  • Issue focus: AI and Children, Gender
  • Region focus: Europe

Somaieh Nikpoor (Research Fellow, Canada)


Somaieh Nikpoor is a lead for AI Strategy working for the Federal Government of Canada. She works at the intersection of AI, data, analytics and policy to help drive real, tangible results. She designs AI and analytics road maps based on organizational readiness and supports various policy initiatives on data and AI. Prior to her current role, Somaieh worked as a research advisor for AI and machine learning at Research and Innovation Unit residing at the Federal Government of Canada where she was experimenting with machine learning models to explore whether these models could be used to improve service delivery. She has more than 10 years of experience in conceptualizing business problems into analytics projects. Somaieh holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Ottawa. She is passionate about AI ethics and is currently collaborating with non-profit organizations and startups to curates and generates original content that will help others navigate through various AI ethics topics and concepts. Somaieh has received the CAIDP AI Policy certification with distinction. and the CAIDP AI Policy - Advanced certification with distinction, and was named a CAIDP Fellow in 2022.


Jiaqi Tan (Research Assistant, Georgetown Law)


Jiaqi Tan is a candidate for the LLM program at Georgetown University (received the Merit Scholar award).  After obtaining her Bachelor of Laws, she passed the Bar Examination in China.  As an intern, Jiaqi Tan worked for several American and Chinese law firms, as well as Chinese government agencies. In addition, she was a Research Assistant at Georgetown Law focusing on the comparison of international privacy laws.  In her university days, she published two papers about protecting personal information, organized two legal projects related to it, and received the National Scholarship. She has also volunteered in Sri Lanka and Huaihua to help women, children, and the elderly who have been mistreated.

  • Issue focus: Smart contracts
  • Institution focus: Global Privacy Assembly
  • Region focus: East Asia 

Yingjian Xie (Research Assistant, Georgetown Law)


Yingjian Xie is an LL.M. candidate at Georgetown Law after obtaining a Bachelor of Laws in China. She is passionate about data privacy and AI development. While in law school, she conducted a research on data storage in an analysis of lawsuits that involved administrative bodies about how to avoid legal risks. She insists on improving research and writing skills with several internship experience in law firms related to capital market and litigation. Yingjian also passed national bar examination of China, securities and fund practice qualification examination. Her areas of interest in research are artificial intelligence ethics and policy. She makes an effort to learn more about data privacy and fintech laws in the hopes of improving the AI development.

  • Issue focus: Smart contracts
  • Institution focus: Global Privacy Assembly
  • Region focus: East Asia

Teaching Fellows - Fall 2022

Giuliano Borter, CAIDP Fellow (Region - Europe)


Giuliano Borter is a Swiss student at the Institute for European Global Studies of the University of Basel with a bachelor’s degree in Law. He researches issues of crisis and conflict management as well as international organizations with particular interests in international and European law, defense, security as well as technology policies and international relations. Giuliano has received the CAIDP AI Policy certification with distinction. and the CAIDP AI Policy - Advanced certification with distinction, and was named a CAIDP Fellow in 2021.

Larissa Zutter, CAIDP Fellow

(Region - Africa)


Larissa Zutter is a Swiss research fellow and board member at the Center for AI and Digital Policy. Previously, she has worked for the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS in the Fundraising, Programme Partnerships and Innovations Department as well as the Michael Dukakis Institute for Leadership and Innovation.


She has a bachelors degree in Economics, Business and Political Science from the University of Basel. Her research in her bachelors degree focused on sustainability in investment management as well as European Union data protection policy. She is currently enrolled in a dual masters degree in International Security and International Political Economy at Sciences Po and the London School of Economics.  At Sciences Po she was chosen to be a student speaker and panelist for the Youth and Leaders Summit 2022 where she spoke on equality in cyberspace and AI fairness. Larissa has received the CAIDP AI Policy certification with distinction. and the CAIDP AI Policy - Advanced certification with distinction, and was named a CAIDP Fellow in 2021.

Research Group, Team Leaders - Fall 2022

Rick Cai (China)


Rick Cai is a 2022 graduate from Georgetown University with a Technology Law and Policy LL.M. He also holds a bachelor's degree in law from China University of Political Science and Law. He is a Certified Information Privacy Professional both in Europe (CIPP/E) and the U.S. (CIPP/US). Rick has a strong interest in the intersection of technology, law, and policy with a particular focus on regulation and policy of AI and data privacy in the EU, China, and the U.S. 



Divya Dwivedi (India)


Divya Dwivedi is a practicing advocate at the Supreme Court of India with a background of B.Tech in Information Technology, MBA in International Business, LLB in Intellectual Property Laws (IIT Kharagpur), PG Diploma in International Environmental Law (Indian Society of International Law), Advance Courses in Gender Studies (WSDC, Delhi University) and Summer Courses in Public and Private International Law from The Hague Academy of International Law, The Netherlands. Currently pursuing PG Diploma in Cyber Law and Cyber Forensics from NLSIU, Bengaluru.

She has been working towards legal, health and general awareness for more that 13 years now through JND Charitable Trust, which was established in Kushi Nagar district of Uttar Pradesh and has a pan-India presence. Teaching and creating awareness have been a passion for her, so she started teaching soon after completing higher secondary. Her interest in Public Policy and Advisory is visible by her presence as a volunteer in several International Organisations that are working in AI and Law, Gender Equality, Environment and Technology Laws. 

Elisa Elhadj (Switzerland)


Elisa Elhadj is currently a second-year Master student in European Global Studies at the University of Basel, whilst also working there as a research assistant. She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science as a student-athlete at the Hawai’i Pacific University & California State University where she was awarded multiple academic awards and honors. 


Her research focuses on bioethical issues emerging from the development and use of artificial intelligence in healthcare, with a specific emphasis on bias, discrimination and explainability. She gathered previous experience in AI policy whilst working in Brussels for the Swiss National Science Foundation and the State Secretary for Education, Research and Innovation. 

Ivana Feldfeber (Argentina)


Ivana Feldfeber is a data activist from Buenos Aires, Argentina, currently based in Bariloche, Patagonia. Ivana holds two degrees in Education and Social Pedagogy, and she successfully completed a postgraduate diploma in Data Science, Machine Learning, and its Applications at the University of Córdoba, Argentina. She is the Chief Executive Officer of the gender data observatory DataGénero. Founded by Ivana with a group of scientists and activists from different disciplines and countries, DataGénero is the first observatory of its kind in the region to work at the intersection of gender bias, gender data, policy and feminism. Representing DataGénero, Ivana has hosted and attended numerous events concerning data in Latin America and Europe.  


Liliana Fernandez (Colombia)


Liliana joined the Directorate of Digital Development, at the National Planning Agency of Colombia, in 2017, where she provides technical inputs for National Development Plan, national strategies and sectoral plans related to Sustainable Development Goals, digital transformation, public policies on Industry 4.0, Fintech, AgriTech, HealthTech, e-commerce, financial inclusion, and digital government.  She pioneered work on big data for development and sustainable data ecosystems in developing countries.  She is an experienced practitioner of Information and Communication Technologies for Development and holds a master’s degree from the University of Manchester on this major.  Her recent work, as international consultant, includes research and roadmaps for data governance, as an enabler of artificial intelligence, and a Digital Ecosystem Country Assessment in Guatemala.  She is a member of the Digital Principles Advisory Council for 2021-2023.  


Angshuman Kaushik (India)


I am an independent AI Law, Policy, Governance and Ethics Researcher, presently, working on a couple of papers pertaining to the Ethical, Legal, Social and Policy Implications (ELSPI) of quantum technologies. Prior to entering the domain of AI, I served both as an Additional District & Sessions Judge and as a Magistrate, disposing off various matters relating to civil, criminal, family, motor vehicles and property laws etc. Moreover, my stint as a lawyer, provided me the much-needed exposure to the fabulous world of litigation, corporate and commercial laws etc. Further, as a lawyer, I also got the opportunity to work on matters relating to anti-money laundering law, government procurement, liasioning with government officials etc. As far as my interests are concerned, they lie in the areas of Artificial Intelligence Law, Policy, Governance & Ethics issues, Data Protection Laws, Quantum Technologies, Blockchain, Criminal, Civil and Corporate Laws, Human Rights Law, Drafting, Research, Technology and Social Policy, Public Speaking etc. To add to the above, I’m also a regular contributor to the Montreal AI Ethics Institute (MAIEI) newsletter and an Ex Member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).


Tamar Kankava (Georgia)


Tamar Kankava is a senior associate at PricewaterhouseCoopers Georgia and is a member of PwC’s legal tech network, which aims to improve legal services by developing and implementing technology solutions. Prior to joining PwC Georgia, she worked at a digital creative agency Leavingstone LLC (which created softs, processed big data, etc.). While working as the only lawyer for Leavingstone, she was in charge of all legal matters for the company’s AI products. 


Tamar holds LL.M degree from Free University of Tbilisi. During her bachelor studies, she was selected for the Erasmus Mundus Exchange Programme to study at Vilnius University, Vilnius, Lithuania. She also attended the summer school at Saarland University (Saarbrücken, Germany), which discussed AI policy making, legal technology and IT-security. She is motivated to learn more on technology revolution and how Artificial Intelligence will alter and modernize legal profession. 


Joel Kumwenda (Malawi)


Joel Kumwenda is the Learning Technologist (LT) at Kamuzu University of Health Sciences (KUHeS), one of the top public universities in Malawi. He is also a member District Health Information Software 2(DHIS 2) core team for the Ministry of Health in Malawi that contributes to ICT decisions in the health sector. Before joining KUHeS as LT 8 years ago, Joel worked as Lead Software Developer at NICO Technologies Limited. At NICO he was responsible for managing a team of developers and leading the software development projects. 

Joel got interested in AI when he was studying for his Masters in Software Engineering where he applied AI concepts and algorithms in his final research. He hopes to research more on AI application in health when he gets an opportunity for a PhD. 

To be part of CAIDP candidates of the Spring 2022 cohort is a dream come true. Upon completion of the course, he hopes to be a core resource contributing towards AI policy development for Malawi and other countries in Africa. A good policy will help guide all isolated AI activities currently happening in the country and boost his CV for personal career growth.


Jonathan Kurnian


Jonathan is an AI governance consultant at Prodago, helping companies and AI teams develop capabilities and operating practices towards responsible AI that is effective, compliant and principled. Previously, he led the data science & analytics team at Bukalapak, driving data-driven culture and advancing machine learning applications. He is also a contributor at ForHumanity, a non-profit volunteer-led organization building audit criteria for responsible development of AI.


Tina Lassiter (Germany)


Tina Lassiter is a former German lawyer with an LL.M. from the Tulane Law School. Before moving to the United States, she worked for a law firm in Germany as well as for the legal headquarters of Commerzbank AG, and specialized in Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law. Currently, she is pursuing her PhD degree at the University of Texas at Austin in Information Studies with a specialization in AI and Ethics, working as a researcher at the School of Information and within the Good Systems Core Research Program “Making Smart Tools Work for Everyone”. In the spring and summer of 2022, she interned with the Responsible AI Institute (RAII), specializing in AI and Hiring as well as gaining insights into the Responsible AI Certification process offered by RAII. She has a strong interest in the intersection of AI and technology, and in particular in AI policy.


Davor Ljubenkov (Belgium)


Davor Ljubenkov is EU Public Policy Affairs Junior Executive for AI and Emerging Tech at Fujitsu Belgium, but also a Brussels based fellow in the fields of ethical AI policymaking, innovation and technology management. His formal education is rooted in interdisciplinary computer science, mainly immersive virtual environments and data analytics.

He obtained a double MSc. in Data Science, Innovation and Entrepreneurship as a joint graduate at TU Eindhoven, KTH Stockholm and MIT Senseable City Lab, with a special focus on machine learning, neural networks and data visualization in the context of smart cities. His second joint MSc. in Digital Technology Management and Digital Communication Leadership was successfully achieved at Salzburg University, AAU Copenhagen, VUB (AI Experience Center) and UCLA (Ed&IS, Digital Cultures Lab). Main research area of this joint degree was ethical AI governance, public policy innovation and regulation of digital technologies.

Over the years he also experienced working in management consulting, sustainability, youth policies, transatlantic relations and digital transformation, while acting as an SDG ambassador, UN ECOSOC Youth Forum delegate and a Board member of EIT Digital Alumni Community."


Mélissa M’Raidi-Kechichian (Canada) 


Mélissa graduated from the Université du Québec à Montréal in 2020 with a Bachelor’s in Arts, majoring in Linguistics. Passionate about political science and law, she was a junior researcher for the Post-Soviet Quebec Network at the Montreal Institute of International Studies. She focused on disinformation on social media and online propaganda, as well as the impact of digital policies on activists in Russia and in the United States, using a comparative approach. During her time at university, Mélissa was involved in student associations, community organizing, and institutional and non-institutional activism. Her previous work experience mainly took place in the non-profit sector. She currently works independently at the intersection of democracy, technology, and activism, focusing on how digital spaces can be used by everyday citizens to bring meaningful and lasting change to their community. Prior to her current position, she worked as a research assistant, and was a coordinator at a national non-profit research center. Mélissa speaks fluent French, English, Spanish, and Russian.


Samantha Msipa (South Africa)


Samantha Msipa is currently pursuing an LL.M in International Commercial Law at the University of Johannesburg. Her focus was on International contracts of sale and property. She obtained her Bachelor of Laws from the Nelson Mandela University. Her research interests lie in tech policy regulation and wide topics related to emerging technologies and their impact in our society. 


Ananya Ramani (Thailand)


Ananya Ramani is Advocacy Director at Safe Place International. She is an international human rights lawyer and policy researcher with a focus on business & human rights as well as digital rights, in South and Southeast Asia. With a Masters in International Humanitarian and Human Rights Law from the Geneva Academy, she has worked directly with grassroots communities; national, regional and international civil society organisations; the judiciary; and in developing policy for the government. Ananya has previously engaging in bringing the lived experiences of grassroots communities from Southeast Asia to the forefront, by building the first ASEAN regional coalition to Stop Digital Dictatorship as a way to collectively advocate for the protection and promotion of individual rights by governments and businesses in cyberspace.

Nidhi Sinha (United States)


Nidhi Sinha is an undergraduate fourth-year at NYU studying Computer Science and Mathematics with a minor in Philosophy. After graduating, she plans to work in the sector of AI alignment as a research engineer. Her primary research interests include NLP safety, AI fairness, and policy. She is especially interested in learning about the process of how policies are formulated from start to finish. Her hobbies include hiking, stamp-making, and taking photos.


Dr. Grace Thomson (United Arab Emirates)


Dr. Thomson is the Academic Director at CERT, the corporate arm of the Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT). She leads expert teams in the conceptualization and operation of two academies: AI Academy and the VAT Academy. The AI Academy, created in 2019, is an initiative to empower UAE talent and bridge the gap in AI talent and AI knowledge, through national programs in cognitive technology skills for ethical AI adoption. 

CERT is a member of the UAE AI Network, an initiative of the Ministry of Artificial Intelligence to increase AI adoption with a human-centered approach. Dr. Thomson’s solid ability to engage internal and external stakeholders in strategic triple-helix roadmaps is the driver behind the plans of CERT to develop occupational standards in Data Science, Data Analytics, Software Engineering, AI, Cybersecurity, and Blockchain for the workforce of the future. She leads strategies for the creation of Talent Acceleration models that, relying on principles of human development and technology development, ethically use ML models and analytics in career pathway formulation and employability. In cooperation with CERT’s partners, she leads the creation of research ecosystem platforms to connect faculty-student researchers to applied projects with industry.


Eric Wamugu (Kenya)


Eric Wamugu is an experienced Software Developer, Quality Assurance Specialist, as well a tech policy researcher on digital inclusion and accessibility. He's passionate about implementing open, secure, and accessible digital services and products. He has a first degree in Business Information Systems from Strathmore University in Nairobi, Kenya, and a second social sciences degree in Global Challenges from the African Leadership University in Kigali, Rwanda. In addition, he has an executive certificate in Public Policy Analysis from the London School of Economics and Political Science.


His professional and academic endeavors have exposed him to many issues affecting us in the information age, such as low digital and data literacy skills in Africa, particularly the systemic exclusion of people living with disabilities, from the use, research, and implementation of emerging technologies.


As a technologist with a great passion for digital accessibility and inclusion, he developed his mission on improving the accessibility of data visualizations and data literacy, an important skill to have in the 21st century, for people living with severe visual impairments. His project Talking Charts, emerged among the top 3 winners of the  ICT 4 Inclusion Challenge in December 2021, for innovative solutions shaping inclusive education of learners with disabilities in Africa. He aims to empower visually impaired students to perform well and confidently pursue careers in Sciences and Mathematics, where data literacy is an essential skill.


Claudia Wladdimiro Quevedo (Sweden)


As a journalist I have been into strategic communication for 16 years and since August 2020 I am back to academia as Digital Media and Society - Master's Programme in Social Sciences' student at Uppsala University, Sweden (scholarship awarded).


Looking for research groups that I could join to explore how through new technologies, Artificial Intelligence, Automated Decision Making and Human Computer Interaction a more empathetic and humanistic society can be channeled, I got in contact with Professor Anne Kaun from Södertörn University, starting as research assistant 12/2020 in an automated decision-making project where I coded articles and did research review, working with colleagues from Stockholm and Denmark. Later, and as part of my internship, I have worked on the analysis of popular discourses of artificial intelligence, highlighting changes in how AI is imagined in the past 10 years. And together with professor Kaun, we wrote a collaboration for the Tracing The Tracers 2021 report: Automating COVID responses -an Algorithm Watch initiative-, being responsible for the Nordic Countries chapter.


Currently I am a Teacher Assistant in the Human-Computer Interaction class of the Department of Information Technology and during Spring 2022 I will be developing my master thesis “Artificial Intelligence Discourse Analysis through Sociotechnical Imaginaries. Comparative Case Study for Sweden and Chile”.


Research Group, Team Members - Fall 2022

Abhinandan Bassi India

Abhinav Kumar Mishra India

Abraham Kuuku Sam Ghana

Aditya Kumar Pal India

Aleksei Gudkov Russia & Israel

Alketa Hotaj Ireleand

Allan Ochola Kenya

Amir Mikail Switzerland

Ananya Ramani India

Angel Arroyo Spain

Angshuman Kaushik India

Anushree Srivastava India

Ashkan Alinaghian Iran

Avantika Bhandari India

Avinash Dadhich India

Ayca Ariyoruk Türkiye & US

Ayesha Dawood South Africa

Belen Bricchi Argentina, USA, Italy

Benjamin Faveri Canada

Betania Allo Argentina

Beverley Hatcher-Mbu Nigeria & UK

Bhredipta Socarana Indonesia

Bisma Shoaib USA

Brenda Wangechi Maina Kenya

Brendan Roach USA

Busra Memisoglu Türkiye

Caitlin Power Germany

Canan Erez Germany

Cari Miller USA

Caroline Friedman Levy USA

Caroline Gomez Lassalle Puerto Rica

Catherine Setiawan Indonesia

Cherie Adhiambo Oyier Kenya

Christof Wolf-Brenner Austria

Chukwuyere Izuogu Nigeria

Çiğdem Akın Türkiye

Claudia Wladdimiro Quevedo Chile

Cody D. Rutherford USA

Dalila HOOVER USA & French

Damaris Wambua Kenya

Davor Ljubenkov Croatia

Deo Shao Tanzania

Deyanira Juliet Murga Mexico

Divya Dwivedi India

Doreen Aoko Abiero Kenya

Duță Daniela Romania

Edwin Concepcion Philippines

Elisa Elhadj Switzerland

Elric Wamugu Maina Kenyan

Emaediong Akpan Nigeria

Emily Mehalek USA

Evelina Ayrapetyan Armenian & USA

Fabienne Graf Switzerland

Fatih Sinan Esen Türkiye

Fatuma Ibrahim Kenya

Fernando Ferreyra Argentina

Florence Anyango Ogonjo Kenya

Fredrick Ishengoma Tanzania

Grace Thomson USA

Gvantsa Baidoshvili Georgia

Hande Çağla Yılmaz Türkiye

Harsha Agrawal India

Harshima Vijaivergia India

Helen Samukeliso Sithole Zimbabwe

Ibrahim Said Egypt

Ibrahim Yeku Nigeria

Idil Kula Türkiye

Ingrid Soares Brazil

Ivana Feldfeber Argentina

Jackline Akello Kenya

Jacob Odame-Baiden Ghana

Jamie Wong Singapore

Jaya Vijayen Malaysia

Jens Meijen Belgium

Jiregna Assefa Deressa Ethiopia

João Santiago Silva Portugal

Jodi Masters-Gonzales USA

Joel Kumwenda Malawi

John Mathew India

Jonathan Kurniawan Indonesia

Jordan Richard Schoenherr Canada

Julia Tréhu USA & French

Julian Theseira Malaysia

Kerstin Waxnegger Austria

Latife Sena Bilgin Türkiye

Leandri Pretorius South Africa

Lesa Lawrence Canada

Liliana Fernandez Colombia

Liliane Obrecht Switzerland

Livia Crepaldi Wolf Brazil

Luca Nannini Italy

Lucy Wanjiku Mwaura Kenya

Luz Elena Gonzalez Mexico




Magdalena Rzaca Polish

Maha Jouini Tunisia

Mahak Rathee India

Mai Kato Japan

Manal Abdel Samad Lebanon

Mariam Jamal Kenya

Marian Ela C. Ebillo Philippines

Marianela Sarabia Argentina

Marine Lipartia Georgia

Mario Emmanuel Rodriguez Trejo Mexico

Mark Anthony Perez Philippines

Mark Sayre USA

Martyna Kalvaityte Lithuania

Mélissa M'Raidi-Kechichian French, Canadian

Melody Musoni Zimbabwe

Mercy Chinazom Godwin Nigeria

Mirjana Sejdini Albanian

Mohamed Elbashir Sudan

Mokesioluwa Fanoro Nigeria

Muhannad K Aloqayli Saudi Arabia

Nasir Muftic Bosnia and Herzegovina 

Nayyara Rahman Pakistan

Nazam Laila Bangladesh

Neha Mishra India

Nicholas Kisundu Kenya

Nicole Lemke Germany

Nidhi Sinha Indian American

Nikolas Kyriacou Cyprus

Nino Eloshvili Georgia

Nojus Antanas Bendoraitis Lithuania

Olajide Olugbade Nigeria

Omolola Oviroh Nigeria

Osaye Ekomwereren Nigeria

Osman Gazi Güçlütürk Türkiye

Parisa Osivand Pour Canada

Parul Shukla India

Pauline Kemunto Kenya

Peter Graham United States and Colombia

Peter Tsamwa Malawi

Pierrinne Leukes South Africa

Polycarp Moturi Ondieki Kenya

Prarthana Vasudevan India

Ruofei Wang China

Saba Elizbarasvhili Georgia

Saimum Reza Talukder Bangladesh

Sajid Mahmud Bangladesh

Samantha De Soysa Sri Lanka

Samantha Msipa Zimbabwe

Samuel Chukwuebuka Uzoigwe Nigeria

Sandra Lattner Austria

Sandra Omayi Musa Nigeria

Sanduni Wickramasinghe Sri Lanka

Sapni G K India

Selina Onyando Kenya

Shahira El Alfy Egypt

Sheila E. Casserly USA

Shilpa Ramachandran India

Shouhui Zhou China

Shourya Samanta India

Shradhanjali Sarma India

Sivaramakrishnan R Guruvayur India

Sofia Marchetti Italy

Soraya Weiner Switzerland

Stella Wamae Kenya

Takaya Terakawa Japan

Tamar Kankava Georgia

Tendai Melody Chigogo Zimbabwe

Thobias Prado Moura Brazil

Tina Lassiter German and American (dual citizenship)

Umut Pajaro Velasquez Colombia

Unyime Paul  Akpabio Nigeria

Vaibhav Garg USA

Vakhtang Chkhenkeli Georgia

Varsha Sewlal South Africa

Vasileios Rovilos Greece

Victor Famubode Nigeria

Victor Werimo Kenya

Wellington Galassi Brazil

Yasin Tokat Türkiye

Yogendrasingh Pawar India

Yussuf Abdirahim Kenya

Zhuozheng (Rick) Cai China