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Flora RosenowCommunications Lead ad interim, COVID Response Alliance for Social Entrepreneurs, C-Change
Katerina HoskovaProject Fellow, COVID Response Alliance for Social Entrepreneurs, World Economic Forum Geneva
Francois BonniciDirector, Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship; Head of Foundations, World Economic Forum
Carolien de BruinHead, COVID Response Alliance for Social Entrepreneurs, World Economic Forum
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