I strongly believe in the power of collaboration and the positive impact it can have on our future. I don’t want to be categorized in any specific field, which is why I love to travel a lot and always seek new and diverse experiences.
I collaborate with various organizations such as Ecosum and Scuola di Robotica, but the most important one for me is undoubtedly Genvision, a unique and educational project that brings young people closer to the world of music and entertainment—it’s my second family
Claudio di Tuccio
Cello student at the Turin Conservatory of Music and cinema and media engineering student at the Polytechnic of Turin. Currently vice-president of the National Council for Higher Artistic and Musical Education, consultative body of the Ministry of University and Research, and member of the Young Advisory Board of the Compagnia di San Paolo Foundation.
Ciao! I am Alice, a 22-year-old Italian juggling life between Turin, Milan, and Genoa, soon adding Singapore to the mix! I am currently pursuing a M.Sc. in International Management and a CEMS diploma. When I came across the world of impact investing, I was immediately captivated by the duality of leading change while achieving financial growth. For this reason, I had to dive into the opportunity of joining the Impact Generation and learn more about the subject. Finally, perhaps biased by my studies, my favorite SDG is SDG#8: Decent work and Economic growth!
Lorenzo Damasio Fiori
I am a student in the Master’s Degree Program in Public and Political Communication at the University of Turin; always passionate about technology and its connection to communication, especially at the local level.
Thanks to the Erasmus+ experience at GAL Escartons e Valli Valdesi, I gained expertise in the field of local development, particularly in inland areas and so-called places left-behind.
In my free time, I actively participate in cultural and social initiatives in my city, with a particular focus on digital communication and event organization.
I am active in several volunteer associations in my city. Specifically, the Red Cross, where I have been working as an Ambulance Driver since 2020, the local branch of AVIS, of which I am a counselor, and Monferrato Excellence association, which is involved in the development and valorization of the territories located in the north of the province of Asti.
I collaborate also with the diocesan offices of Social Pastoral and Labor, and Social Communications.
Finally, during the municipal elections last year, I ran as a councilor candidate on a civic list, with whom I founded a social and political promotion association that organizes cultural events in the city.
I am a keen observer and I love learning new things. I believe that quality education is a key Sustainable Development Goal, since it ensures equal personal opportunities, reduces inequalities in the society and promotes social cohesion, allowing everyone to contribute for a better future.
Abderrahmane El habbab
Hello, I’m Abdo(Abderrahmane) from Casablanca, studying computer engineering at Politecnico di Torino. Chess and philosophy are my passions. I’m committed to building a world where children universally have equal access to rights, particularly advocating for SDG 16—Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions. I envision a multipolar world with collaborative global authority, fostering diverse voices for a more inclusive and balanced world order.
Lohith Kumar Dupaguntla
Hi! I am Lohith Kumar Dupaguntla, a 22-year-old Indian citizen currently pursuing my master’s in building engineering at Politecnico di Torino. My journey in sustainability began during my bachelor’s, focusing on mitigating the release of carbon footprint from buildings. Over time, my passion evolved into a commitment to climate action. In the pursuit of the SDG 2030 agenda, I advocate for climate action as my favorite goal, recognizing its paramount importance in preserving our planet for future generations. I firmly believe that addressing climate change is integral to achieving sustainable development across the globe.
Alessandro Domenico Goffredo
Alessandro, after graduating from the scientific high school, pursued studies in Business and Management at the University of Turin. Currently, he is an active member of the Young Advisory Board of the Compagnia di San Paolo Foundation, an experience that has significantly expanded his knowledge and interests
Mahmut Burak Cinar
Greetings fellow human beings, this is Burak from Türkiye. I am a 24-year-old master’s student in mechanical engineering at PoliTo. Things I love and enjoy are usually time-dependent. I do like problem-solving, and I am usually interested in multidiscipline, complex real-world problems. I do not believe that the future will be electric but eclectic. And also, I do not think there will be artificial general intelligence is close to existence. I have to add, that renewable energy is a nice addition, and the fusion research should be funded. But the most green and feasible way to sustain
energy generation is nuclear fission. It’s safe (if you are not from France or Germany), and it is expensive, sure, but have you heard of microreactors?
Mahad Mohamed Osman
Hi everyone! I’m Ecem a final year medical student in Turin. I have been deeply immersed in the world of healthcare, witnessing firsthand the critical challenges and disparities that exist within the industry and the struggles of medical professionals and students that persist after the pandemic as well. I am profoundly committed to improving healthcare access, promoting wellness, and seeking innovative solutions to healthcare issues from the perspective of a young, foreign female medical student. Simultaneously, my roles as a community builder in higher educational consultancy and tutor and coach of pre-med students have given me insight into the power of education as a catalyst for societal progress. I understand the significance of equipping individuals with knowledge and skills that can transform lives and communities. I envision the possibility of raising awareness among university and high school students by using educational tools and social media platforms as
cost-effective and crucial for our future. The potential to network and collaborate with fellow professionals and other young people within Youth Impact Agenda is an exciting prospect, as I believe it will open doors to new partnerships and innovative strategies to enhance this envision and my personal goal of creating impact in healthcare, education, and young international individuals. In my free time, you can catch me doing CrossFit or capturing life with my camera
With regard to the SDGs of Agenda 2030, I would like to work towards