USA 1: Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, Wisconsin, Washington DC
USA 2: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, West Virginia
USA 3: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, Wyoming
Kristyna has been working at Labatt Breweries of Canada (ABInBev) for the past few years in various sales and trade marketing roles. She is currently working as a specialist in the channel marketing team focusing on Key Account Trade Activations across Canada. Within Labatt, she is part of a group called The Network of Allies that educates their peers on Inclusion & Diversity in the workplace to ensure all employees feel comfortable being their true self, as well as being part of the ERG Women In Beer. She has also worked on several initiatives to reduce waste in the office and bring focus to the climate crisis. Kristyna attended the 2018 summit in The Hague as a member of the ABInBev delegation and returned in 2019 as the CA for Canada at the London Summit.
Lahna Rae Harper
New York, United States
Lahna was originally born in Lansing, Michigan. She has also lived in Lakeland, Florida, and Raleigh, North Carolina. She attended college at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington. Lahna graduated from the UNCW Cameron School of Business with dual Bachelor’s Degrees in International Business and Operations Management. Upon graduation, Lahna moved to New York City to work for MUFG Union Bank where she is currently a portfolio manager in the Entertainment Finance industry. Lahna attended the 2017 One Young World Conference in Bogotá, Colombia and has remained actively involved in the OYW community. She also manages the MUFG Enterprise Resource Group, NextGen Leaders, and is a member of various non-profit boards.
North Carolina, United States
Nathan attended the University of Cincinnati and graduated with a BS in Mechanical Engineering in 2015. He works for LEONI Wiring Systems as an Engineering Team Leader for a commercial vehicle customer account. In 2009, Nathan founded All We Are, an enterprise providing renewable energy to schools and health centres in Uganda. Its mission is to increase access to and affordability of renewable energy in one of the world’s lowest ranking countries for energy access. AWA employs ten employees in Uganda, and 55 US volunteers all under the age of 30 who work hand-in-hand to carry out their mission. In 6 years, AWA has completed 32 solar installations providing access to energy to 36,000 Ugandan villagers. Nathan is a Rotarian and has served in club and district leadership positions for Rotary International District 7710 located in Central North Carolina. In 2022, he will serve as District Governor, one of the youngest in Rotary International History.
California, United States
Sonal is a cybersecurity professional at KPMG US, her work involves managing security strategy and implementation services to telecommunication, media, healthcare, and technology companies. At KPMG, She is actively involved in diversity and inclusion networks, Girls Who Code, Enactus World Cup, and the Global Citizenship program. She is originally from India, born and raised in Mumbai. She moved to Los Angeles in 2011 to pursue her master's in computer science from the University of Southern California. From a young age, she has been involved in local and national initiatives in India for education and women empowerment. She is involved in community service and fieldwork supporting UNICEF, Teach for India, and Enactus World Cup (Sonal has served as judge and scorer since 2018).
David Eduardo Mora Godoy
David is originally from Mexico and has made Canada his second home since 2018. He is currently working as a communications advisor for BRP in Montreal; back in 2015, he joined the company and he was in charge of the Communications and Corporate Social Responsibility Area in Mexico, getting national and international awards, recognitions and distinctions, and trying to share the importance of having a strong connection with our communities and environment. David has been involved in multiple social initiatives such as sustainable and entrepreneurial projects in marginalized communities in Queretaro, Mexico. He has worked closely with the government, universities, and enterprises to create lasting and sustainable projects. He conducted research on women’s empowerment and broken technologies and published/presented the results in Tenerife, Spain in 2014. The same year he was part of the Mexican Delegation at the G20 Young Entrepreneurs' Alliance Summit in Sydney, presenting this and other projects to the most important world entrepreneurs. David has collaborated with Enactus for many years. As a participant in the programme, he was a National Champion in 2012 and represented his country at the SIFE/Enactus World Cup in Washington DC. David has been invited multiple times as a judge of Enactus’ national competitions in Mexico, and to the Enactus World Cups; he has recently supported the Enactus team of the University of Sherbrooke in their competition preparation.