Robyn Scott is Co-Founder and Managing Director of OneLeap, which connects pioneering entrepreneurs and social entrepreneurs to the world's leading organizations. She is also Co-Founder of Mothers for All, which teaches income-generation and business skills to AIDS orphan caregivers, and Co-Founder of Brothers for All, which works with inmates and former inmates in South Africa to help them become positive agents of change in their communities and get back into dignified work, including coding. Scott's first book, “Twenty Chickens for a Saddle”, was an acclaimed memoir about growing up in Botswana against the AIDS epidemic. Her second book, which she is currently writing, is the true story of maximum-security prisoners in South Africa who have changed their lives by adopting orphans. Scott is an Ambassador for the Access to Medicine Index. She has a BSc in Bioinformatics from Auckland University and an MPhil in Bioscience Enterprise (Distinction) from Cambridge University, where she was a Gates Scholar.