Climate Change Activist
Deeksha is a 2nd year BSc Economics student at the University of Bath. She has a passionate interest in sustainable development and in finding solutions to mitigate the impact human activities are having on the environment.
She has worked with the NGO APMAS on a project funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to help improve the health of women and children in the slums of Hyderabad. During her time interning with the National Institution for Transforming India she also worked on a project on Infant and Mother Mortality rates in India.
She has given a TEDx talk with a focus on the energy stratgy needed to fuel sustainable development in India. She is a part of the One Young World Bath committee which is organising a conference which focuses on the Sustainable Development Goals.
Her talk will be on the effects of climate change and the drastic changes in weather patterns around the world. It will focus on the urgent and desperate need for action to combat climate change.
He slept rough for 48 hours in April 2017 in order to change the perception his students had of homelessness. This ultimately led Ed to take on several projects which challenged the stigma attached with homelessness but ultimately the aim is to empower people to take small actions, as simple as acknowledging someone on the street. He also co-founded the We Make Change Homelessness Community which on an organisational level, brings charities and volunteer groups alike under one roof to discuss ways they can collaborate together more effectively, something that is desperately needed when funding is so short.
Ed is currently putting together a small film of the Homeless World Cup from Mexico 2018 and is off to India to work with Slum Soccer in April, both fantastic projects which aim to use football as a catalyst in ending homelessness and social exclusion.
Ed Winters is a vegan educator, public speaker and content creator based in London, England. Winters is the co-founder and co-director of Surge, an animal rights organisation determined to create a world where compassion towards all non-human animals is the norm. In 2016 Surge founded The Official Animal Rights March which succeeded in a growth from 2,500 participants in London in 2016 to 28,000 participants across the world in 2018. In 2017 Winters produced the documentary Land of Hope and Glory and launched the on-going moving activism project The Big Vegan Activism Van. He has spoken at over 1/3 of UK universities and has given speeches across the world.
In October 2018 Winters opened Unity Diner, a non-profit vegan diner in London where all of the profits go directly back into helping animals. He launched The Disclosure Podcast in February 2019.
Coach and Business Strategist to women business owners
Rose shares a different view on why many of us do not make the money we want, and what we can do about it so we're never holding ourselves back from creating more income. Rose shares her struggles and realisations as she started her business and provides loving inspiration for how we can increase our self worth to increase our net worth.
Rose Kirby is a Coach and Business Strategist to women business owners, member of the Forbes Coaches Council, speaker and former McKinsey consultant. Rose is dedicated to helping put more money into the hands of happy women business owners by transforming their relationship with money, so they can make more income doing what they love.