Sasaenia Paul is a special delegate for the 2015 Leadership and Government Plenary Session.
While working as the Director of Operations of Salvage Africa, an NGO based in Nigeria, he and his team helped mentor youth on the importance of leadership and integrity in the fight against corruption. As a Carrington Youth Fellow of the United States Consulate, Nigeria, he and his team started the Young Girls in Engineering Programme to stimulate the interest of over 300 girls (and counting) in the field of engineering through simple, fun and creative teaching methods. Paul was also selected as a United Kingdom Delegate to the 17th World Business Dialogue held in the University of Cologne, Germany to contribute to discussions on Disruptive Innovation. He was appointed as a United Kingdom Youth Ambassador for the ONE Campaign, to help lobby Members of the British Parliament and Members of the European Parliament on various petitions to help eradicate extreme poverty in the world, especially in Africa. He has personally experienced the downsides of corruption and lack of honesty in governments. He is passionate about youth taking the lead in eradicating corruption. Paul is an ardent believer in establishing social enterprises to create lasting, positive change. Paul’s experiences border on the use of leveraging and partnerships to create change.