Aisha is the co-founder of Wedly and is well-known in the southern Sweden startup scene from the grassroots organisation Skåne Startups and is an experienced moderator too. Aisha believes that modern human species are transformed from the ability of storytelling and have been able to define what group they belong to and work toward common causes because of the stories that build our culture, and our perception of ourselves. She thinks that there is a need to change the way we see and understand the stories of the people around us.
Balázs is a consultant developer with vast experience in Web development and Mentoring. He influenced an ever-growing group of people to live a healthier lifestyle and care about their longevity, which he feels is his greatest achievement to date.
After getting a deeper understanding of the physics of space travel, he realized that the human body is ill-equipped for both the dangers and the time scales of interstellar exploration. He believes that by applying the dynamics of physics to the human body will allow us to undo those damages and finally we will be able to transform ourselves to be better adapted for that final frontier.
Henrik Storm Dyrssen
Henrik brought the Social Impact Bond framework from the UK to Sweden, initiating the transformation of one of the worlds most-talked-about welfare systems, Scandinavia, into a new age of payment for results and collaboration to solve pressing social problems. His initiative was the first private initiative to receive the prize for Welfare Innovation of the Year in Sweden (2016).
Karolina is a social entrepreneur, management consultant, writer, and wellbeing facilitator. She is the proud co-founder and CEO of the internationally recognized Youth to Youth initiative. When asked about her connection to transformation, she believes she should empower individuals to not fear being judged – “The fear to be judged was holding me back from being real, but I transformed it into a story, which today empowers people around the world to not be ashamed to be themselves and talk about their own struggles in public. I want people to be able to talk about the ‘‘taboo‘‘, sensitive topics openly and listen to them with empathy because it can not only empower people to reach out for help, follow their dreams, but sometimes even save someone’s life.”
Michael Lodberg Olsen
Michael is a social entrepreneur and the brains behind the initiatives aiming for prevention of overdose deaths and first aid organization for drug users. He would spread his knowledge on how social entrepreneurs can change the world.