Nathaniel Diong is an award-winning Malaysian-Chinese social innovator and GenZ educator. He's committed to building the next gen of social entrepreneurs. He founded Future Minds Network (FMN) to help ambitious teenagers launch social business. They work with mentors from YC, Harvard, Oxford by building and breaking startups, whilst learning skills for the Future of Work. Nathaniel has mentored waves of startups across Australia, UK, Canada and US. This includes UC Berkeley, two UN-affiliated hackathons, Global Hack, Practera, RMIT Activator, Remarkable Accelerator and more. He is currently an EIR at an international startup accelerator, SparkTeen as well as at The Human Entrepreneur in the UK. He also sits on 8 non-for-profit boards ranging from education to healthcare.
Dana is a Dubai resident who is currently pursuing BSc Economics at the University of Manchester in UK. She graduated high school upon completion of the IB Diploma in 2020 and before doing so, obtained work experience from a Multinational Insurance company, Zurich Insurance, and a local management consultancy, Nimai Management Consultants. She aspires to work as an economic consultant/analyst in multinational companies and organizations. Her long-term goal is to attain a PhD in Economics and work as an economist in global organizations such as the IMF or World Bank.