10 incredibly talented individuals from around the world have been officially inducted into the Re.Generation Campus in Monaco after meeting with Prince Albert II of Monaco at the Palace.
On Monday 10th July, the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation (FPA2) formally introduced the 10 “talents” – from entrepreneurs and engineers to explorers and ecologists – who will make up the very first Re.Generation cohort.
Those selected include: Ghassan Atallah, an investment consultant from Lebanon; Jahawi Bertolli, a filmmaker and TV presenter for Nat Geo Explorer from Kenya; Sabrine Chennaoui, an eco-entrepreneur from Tunisia; Pedro David Fernandez, an agricultural engineer from Argentina; Victoria Herrmann, a storyteller and geographer from the United States of America; Gunjan Menon, a wildlife filmmaker from India; Imogen Napper, a marine scientist and Nat Geo explorer from the United Kingdom; Federico Perez, a social entrepreneur and environmental advocate from Colombia; Valy Phommachak, an ecologist and journalist from Laos; and Anne-Sophie Roux, an ocean entrepreneur and activist from France.
“We are thrilled to introduce the incredible individuals who are leading the charge towards a sustainable future within the RE.GENERATION Future Leaders Program,” said a FPA2 spokesperson. “These 10 exceptional talents embody passion and dedication to environmental conservation through storytelling, research, finance and working hand in hand with communities.”
The FPA2’s Re.Generation programme, which was unveiled two months ago, has been designed to help these remarkable young people develop their leadership skills and amplify their visibility and impact on a global stage. As such, those chosen and presented this week will now benefit from a one-year communications and media support package.
They were also given the opportunity to meet with Prince Albert, who has accepted to give his High Patronage to the Class of 2023, at the Palais Princier de Monaco.
To learn more about the programme and its incoming “students”, click here.
Photo credit: Axel Bastello / Palais Princier de Monaco