Ian Burzynski – Global Coordinator
Ian received his Bachelor of Commerce from McGill University, Canada, in October 2008, majoring in International Management with a concentration in Latin American & Caribbean Studies. He has worked in the non-profit sector since 2009, assisting grassroots development efforts in South Asia and Nicaragua as well as interfaith dialogue initiatives focused on Islam.
Helen Lang – Global Coordinator
Helen is a graduate of Exeter University, UK and has a Masters in Archaeology and Prehistory from the University of Sheffield, UK. She is an innovation and skills development specialist who has spent over 12 years building cross sector partnerships between multinational corporations and civil society working in organisations like Cancer Research UK, and now runs Innovation Unboxed. In the past she has specialised in sustainable development in tourism working on grassroots driven projects in Fiji and Iceland, and delivered programmes to targeting students interested in tourism and development at the University of St Andrews, Imperial College and the University of Westminster. She also worked with Tourism Concern to develop an industry supported international volunteering code of conduct. She has also worked with over 150 frontline grassroots organisations to build their strategic and digital capabilities.
David Bernard is a final year undergraduate student at the University of Warwick, studying Philosophy, Politics and Economics. He has strong interests in international development and effective altruism and is planning to do a Masters in Development Economics in the future.