Asia 1: Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka
Asia 2: China, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mongolia
Asia 3: Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Vietnam
ANZ: Australia, New Zealand
Emmanuele Marie Parra
Emmanuele Marie Parra is a Senior Content Specialist at the Global Volunteer Network lead for Asia and Pacific Region at Thomson Reuters. GVNs are employee-led groups which drive volunteering efforts across their office locations, by arranging volunteering activities, supporting local projects and developing long-lasting relationships with community partners. She is passionate about leading action and advocating for the rights of underrepresented sectors of society. Emmanuele is a volunteer at Voice of the Free, a non-profit organization that rescue survivors of human trafficking, and modern-day slavery in the Philippines. Her volunteer leadership for the Voice of the Free (formerly known as Visayan Forum Foundation) has resulted in grants worth over a million pesos from Thomson Reuters Manila employees. She served as the Coordinating Ambassador in Asia 3 from 2018-2020, and as Managing Ambassador in Asia in 2020.
She has earned noteworthy accolades for her work over the past four years: as Thomson Reuters Foundation Ambassador in London in 2016, as a Thomson Reuters Delegate to the One Young World Summit in Bogota Colombia in 2017, as Shaper at Global Shapers Manila Hub, and an accredited facilitator of #IAmRemarkable in the Philippines.
Sinchita Dutta Roy
Sinchita is a sales and marketing professional with a keen interest in customer insights & digital innovation. Her passion is towards educating the underprivileged youth of India, leading her to become actively involved at the grassroots level within her local community. Sinchita has been associated with the Robin Hood Army, an organization dedicated to redistributing food to the needy by collecting excess food from restaurants/gatherings. Sinchita is hoping to create a more connected community of One Young World Ambassadors and to find synergies in creating the right impact
Tsuyoshi "Yoshi" Domoto will be continuing his role in 2021 as One Young World’s Coordinating Ambassador for the Asia 2 region. He currently serves as the Country Manager of Saturday Kids Japan, a programming and robotics school for children with the mission of inspiring kids to become curious, self-directed learners. He is also a co-founder of Youth Who Code, a non-profit that aims to bring more access to technology education and resources to underrepresented youth around the world. He holds a Masters degree in Technology, Innovation and Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Jonathan is the Director at 95% The Business Culture Consultants, a consultancy company that aims to turn workplaces to joyplaces. He believes that a workplace can truly be a joyplace when people are not only results-oriented but also people-conscious. That guides him as he consults, facilitates and manages culture transformation, digital transformation, and funding strategies for companies of different sizes from SMEs to large conglomerates throughout South East Asia. Passionate about youth empowerment, Jon also actively coaches young leaders to build their companies and budding young stars in Fellowship Programmes and Personal Development Programmes. He is currently searching for ways to help companies scale and build the next generation of leaders.
Australia & New Zealand
Kate is an education and financial literacy advocate who makes learning about money more bite-sized. After being recognised by Forbes 30 under 30 for her work on financial literacy in Australia, she attended One Young World in 2018 and was inspired to make a more significant change. She started Money Bites in 2019 to make learning about money more relatable, accessible and easy to understand so that more of us can learn about money. She's a Global Shaper. an initiative of the World Economic Forum and as a former school teacher, Kate is passionate about ensuring access to core skills like financial literacy.