Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer
A social entrepreneur and writer, Robyn Scott is Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of OneLeap, an award-winning online platform that helps create high quality business and professional connections, while raising money for charity. She is also Co-Founder and Chair of Mothers for All, Botswana's only grassroots national non-profit, which teaches entrepreneurship skills to AIDS orphan caregivers. Previously, she has worked for BP and the Financial Times. Her first book, Twenty Chickens for a Saddle, is a memoir about growing up in Botswana and dealing with the AIDS epidemic. She is currently writing her second book, Big Like Coca-Cola, the true story of a group of maximum security prisoners in South Africa's most violent prison who adopted AIDS orphans. Scott is an Ambassador for the Access to Medicine Index and a Gates Scholar. She has a BSc in Bioinformatics from Auckland University and an MPhil in Bioscience Enterprise Distinction from Cambridge University. She was named one of WIRED Magazine's 50 People About to Change the World in 2012.