Enock Nkulanga is a development practitioner whose career spans education, youth leadership development and advocacy. His work was highlighted by the President of the United States, Barack Obama, in 2018 as one of the three emerging leaders on the African continent who are doing the hard work that is transforming their communities. Presently, I work as the founder of LeadMinds Africa, a non-profit organization building a dynamic, values-driven community of leaders and entrepreneurs passionate about using their skills to drive positive change in their communities and countries. We seek to maximize impact through equipping a new generation of change-makers, working together across disciplines, backgrounds, and borders to develop innovative, sustainable solutions to the complex challenges of today. His past positions include the youngest ever Country Director of African Children’s Mission, educating young people in Uganda and Kenya. He has also served as the Global Youth Ambassador at TheirWorld advocating and campaigning for children’s rights to education globally.Enock is also a Mandela Institute for Development Studies fellow who strongly believes that Africa's future is dependent on the quality of emerging young leaders. Enock is one of the emerging young leaders accepted into the African Presidential Leaders Program (APLP) in Egypt. Enock desires to develop more than 1 million young leaders who will work together to solve issues like conflicts & wars, democracy, unemployment, poverty, etc in Africa.