Catalysts for Change

Takuto Motomura

Takuto established Granma in 2009 and organised Design Exhibition to introduce various designs and technologies exploited for community development in developing countries in 2010. He also implemented several projects with Japanese companies to solve social issues such as designing and distributing the plant purifying water suffered from salt and solar lantern to off-grid areas in South Asia.

Since 2011, he focuses more on designing social change driven by not high technology but Grassroots based low technology. He recently works with one innovator who provides affordable and eco-friendly sanitary napkins that are available to even lower income earners. This can consequently change their lives for the better.

CEO, Granma Inc.

Wan Yasmin Khallilah

A 7-year-old who loves to read, accessorize and travel, Yasmin hopes to deliver a message of change through small acts of love by children around the world.

Ewa Wojkowska

Ewa Wojkowska left a decade of service at the United Nations to co-found Kopernik ( – an award winning technology marketplace for the developing world. Since its launch in 2010, Kopernik has delivered life-changing technologies–such as solar lanterns, fuel efficient cookstoves, and water purifiers to more than 85,000 people living in the ‘last mile’.

Ewa has been recognized as an Ashoka ChangemakHER, as one of Advance’s 50 emerging women leaders and was named Rutgers University Social Entrepreneur of the Year in 2012.

Co-Founder, Kopernik

Ken Budd

Ken Budd has written for The Washington Post, Smithsonian, Stuff, McSweeney’s, Might, Worldview, and many more publications. He has made over 60 appearances on TV and radio, including NBC’s Today show, CBS This Morning, ABC News Now, CBS’s The Early Show, CNBC’s Power Lunch, and Martha Stewart Living Radio. After volunteering in New Orleans and Costa Rica, Ken volunteered in four countries in nine months—China, Ecuador, Palestine, and Kenya—for his memoir, The Voluntourist.

He holds BA and MA degrees from George Mason University and is one of the founders of the Robert M Budd scholarship endowment at Mason. Ken and his wife live in Virginia, outside of Washington, DC.

Author, ‘The Voluntourist’

Edmund Bon

Edmund has led, and been involved in, no less than seven social justice movements since returning to Malaysia in 1997. He is also the former Chairperson of the Bar Council’s National Young Lawyers’ Human Rights and Constitutional Law committees, and has been involved in organising various social movements in the country. He is a co-founder of the Malaysian Centre for Constitutionalism & Human Rights (MCCHR) also known as PusatRakyatLB.

Under his wings are UndiMsia!, a voters’ education movement, the MyConstitution campaign to encourage Malaysians to understand up the constitution and the LoyarBurok blog. At the PusatRakyat LoyarBurok, young people gather weekly to

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Edmund’s latest project, by weaving a case-based historical narrative of non-violent direct action by disenfranchised collectives in Malaysia, attempts to argue a case for legislative reform to give a greater voice to the marginalised and oppressed, and for them to effectively access the governance system.

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Gabriel Sundoro Wijoyo Wynn

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Green Empowerment

Feexa Nicoll

Feexa has hosted hundreds of television shows, both within Malaysia and globally, and regularly appears in the media, both television and print, in relation to all aspects of her professional career and as an activist for the poor and for women’s rights.

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