Joey Mukando is a video blogger with over 2 million views across Facebook and YouTube.He makes uses satire to address societal problems and uses humour to navigate the difficulties of life. He is pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture at the Copperbelt University with hopes of opening up his own practice in the future. Joey is also a mentalhealth advocate who partners with like-minded sponsors to help raise awareness on the issues. Alexandra Chileshe is a 19-year-old television presenter on the show Stay True, where she discusses various issues affecting teenage girls. Susan Banda (Suzzy) is a young woman with albinism. She is the mother of one child. Fredrick Phiri is an artist based in Mfuwe. He uses his skill and creativity to turn waste material into sculptures and earns a living from these pieces of art. John Kalenga is a youth activist who uses skateboarding to control youth delinquency in Mongu through his non-profit WeSkate Mongu. The organisation runs free skateboarding and art lessons every day. Through the WeSkate Mongu, Johnny built Zambia’s first skate park, where on average 700 – 1000 children visit every week. Johnny has been nominated for several awards: in 2020 as Africa3535 one of the most inspiring young personalities in Africa, in 2021 as the future of Zambia 30 under 30, and 2021 UKZAMBIANS Youth Awards. Zoey Konie-Chiluba has an academic background in Theology, Media, Leadership and Finance. She is an accountant, an entrepreneur and aspires to be a YouTube influencer and podcaster with her channel Zoey’s Korner. In 2018, Zoey was crowned Miss Earth Air Zambia, and represented Zambia in the Miss Earth pageant. She is passionate about natural hair and women and youth issues, serving as a youth leader since 2014. Nyemba Tembo is a YouTuber and social media influencer with a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of West England. As a social media personality, she has worked with the renowned brands Amazon, Fanta Apply and local companies, such as Royal Zambian Airlines, Discover Zambia and Gigibonta. Chrispin Mumba is a student at Eden University pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in ClinicalMedicine. Naeem Dalal is a medical doctor and psychiatrist, who leads grassroots to system level change around preventative health. He has been recognised globally and locally for his innovation in strengthening mental health and psychiatry services in the country. Dr Dalal also serves in multiple key advisory roles in the public health sector, shaping public opinions and promoting healthy lifestyles.