Ani Beraia is a Public Health specialist from Georgia. She is a CEO and co-founder of youth organization -Youth for Public Health and state programs Assistant at the National Center for Disease Control and Public Health of Georgia, where she works for Cancer Screening Program development and coordinates the Lead Biomonitoring program. She is experienced working for youth health and health prevention since 2014. She has volunteering experience as well at the national level with participation in health promotion activities, at an international level to benefit the environment. Currently, she is mostly interested in NCDs and environmental health prevention based on youth involvement.
Elife is a Dietician Nutritionist and performing the last year of her Master’s degree in Public Health. She is currently doing her Project Management internship in non-communicable diseases. She carried out many interventions for health promotion and disease prevention and worked especially for youth health. She is particularly interested in social inequalities in health and has a passion for discovery and eager to learn more. She wants to carry out creative and innovative projects based on youth involvement to improve the health system and reduce social inequalities.
Batool Al-Wahdani is a Specialty Trainee Doctor in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in Exeter, United Kingdom. Batool was the past president of the International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations (IFMSA) 2018/2019. She is a youth advocate who led the advocacy work of medical students on Universal Health Coverage and the Sustainable Development Goals. She represented youth and medical students in international meetings and several events in the United Nations General Assemblies and World Health Assemblies. Batool worked as well in the World Health Organization on addressing the shortfall of health workers, youth engagement in health and most recently on communication and training for engagements with non-State actors. She is a Chevening Scholar with a MSc of Public Health degree from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Žiga Barbarič is a medical doctor from Slovenia. During his studies he was active in the Slovenian Medical Students’ International Committee, first and foremost in project work in public health and medical education and later on formally as a member of the supervisory board, then secretary and in the years 2018 and 2019 as president. In 2017 he was also the Medical Education Director in the European Medical Students’ Association. His work in the youth sector started even before enrolling in university – in 2012 in his home region of Prekmurje where he helped to establish the high school students section of the local students’ association (Klub prekmurskih študentov) in which he stayed active all the way to 2022