Ex-Googler and Innovation Consultant. Freddy focuses on providing training in innovation and design thinking across different sectors including various government entities, corporates and leading charities in Hong Kong including Bank of China, SCMP, Tung Wah Group, etc. He is an honourable lecturer at HKU for teaching design thinking since 2019 and has recently co-founded Storius, a free location-based audio guide app.
7-times-TEDx speaker, Lead Trainer and social entrepreneur. Till has conducted youth training in 10+ countries with 100+ academic institutions and corporations since his graduation from the University of Oxford. He specialises in teaching high performers and has trained hundreds of students from the Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education and top-list secondary schools for award-winning results.
Intercultural trainer and conversation specialist. Jey is passionate in bringing the joy of learning and human interaction across cultures to youths around the world. He has also delivered a TEDx speech on the benefits of talking to strangers. He is concurrently serving as a Startup Support Coordinator with the United Nations Development Programme.
Youth advocate and social entrepreneur. Aggie dedicates her work to SDG10 Reduced Inequalities by promoting social inclusion through empowering and connecting youths from 80+ countries. She co-founded Dear Hong Kong, an art project to promote Hong Kong’s cultural diversity through stories and was selected as Hong Kong 2021 Changemakers by the LoopHK.
Marketing and Communications Manager
Verena believes that people can learn about the world without the need of travelling. After graduation from Lingnan University, she has been exposed to many global learning opportunities and has travelled to Taiwan and Spain for voluntary services and internships. She has worked in the marketing team for a listed company in Hong Kong and is currently an instructor of STEM and technology courses in several schools.
Gustav embraces cultural understanding and the importance of making friends across the borders. He has a degree in International Administration from Linnaeus University in Sweden and a post graduate diploma in European politics from University of Iceland. After working many years with a multitude of cultural exchange programs with target groups ranging from exchange students to immigrants, Gustav is now working at the Swedish School in London.
Travelling at a young age made him curious to see the world differently, his dreams are to build a bridge between people in different parts of the world including his home nation Somalia. Sharmake speaks multiple languages and educated the public through his tales of living in a country with no government for more than a decade. He is currently the Coordinator at Africa Center Hong Kong – a platform that fosters value-creating interactions between African and non-African communities in Hong Kong.