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Malte Kuehl is a med student & polyglot interested in sustainability, social justice and technology's influence on our society. He first began coding at the age of 13 and moved on to found a "students help students" musicschool matching young students with adolescent teachers. He's involved with multiple oikos international (which promotes sustainability) projects, among others as technical leader for EcoMap. With the ApplicAid-team he's fighting scholarship bias as the project's lead developer.
Pelumi Fadare, born in Nigeria and raised in Spain, speaks 8 different languages and has a BA in Translation and Interpreting and a Master's in Business Management. She has a YouTube channel dedicated to providing educational opportunities for young people, such as international conferences and study abroad programs. Its aim is to help students make their dreams come true through scholarships. As ApplicAid's CBDO, it has a broad and comprehensive knowledge of all aspects of scholarships and mentoring and can identify new perspectives and growth elements necessary for the organisation.
Backtosch Mustafa is a medical student from Hamburg and a researcher at the "Harvard Medical School" in Boston in the field of neurogenetics. His many years of experience in leading various social organizations (with a focus on health and education) make him a leader in social entrepreneurship. In his spare time, he focuses on Future of Health, effective philanthropy and is dedicated to helping other young people reach their full potential. In the meantime, he has been awarded more than 15 national and international scholarships and prizes ("The Resolution Fellowship", Fulbright, Clinton Foundation, Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes, DAAD etc.) for his commitment and academic achievements.
Kim Klebolte is a passionate traveler and change maker from Germany, currently studying the M.Sc. in Comparative Social Policy at the University of Oxford. With her background in psychology and economics, she is currently doing research on the influence of socio-economic status on educational opportunities worldwide in the education policy area. She is involved in a variety of (social) start-ups such as ProjectTogether, Stipnetz and be.boosted. Kim is currently one of the German Youth Delegates for the G7 Summit in France, where she advocates effective multilateral solutions for the reduction of inequalities. Furthermore, she has been awarded a variety of national and international scholarships and prices for her academic and social committment (Foundation of German Businesses, DAAD, Cusanuswerk, Zonta Young Women in Public Affairs Award, Future Victress of the Year, Schwarzkopf Foundation etc.).
Patrik Staak is currently studying biotechnology in Hamburg, is a trained paramedic and has worked for AIAS Hamburg e.V. in the health sector. He also deals with the topics "Digital Future" and "Design Thinking" and is constantly interested in advancing his personal development by acquiring new soft skills.
As a change, Patrik likes to do weight training and athletics in his spare time and strives to achieve his full potential, no matter in which field. Through his involvement with ApplicAid, he wants to help young people in particular to overcome challenges and to facilitate access to supportive educational opportunities.