Meet the Young Global Leaders Class of 2023

Kulé Galma
Community Engagement Specialist, Young Global Leaders, World Economic Forum
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  • The Forum of Young Global Leaders (YGL) will be launching its 2023 class.
  • The session will be livestreamed on 14th March at 15:00 CET.
  • Visit www.wef.ch/ygl23 to find out more about the latest class of YGLs.

Each year, the Forum of Young Global Leaders, goes through a rigorous selection process to identify, select and induct remarkable leaders under the age of 40 who are leading their countries, serving their communities and launching ground-breaking initiatives to inspire new ways of driving social change. This session will officially celebrate the new change-makers joining the community. The session will be livestreamed on 14th March at 15:00 CET.


  • Alanoud Al Thani, Deputy CEO, Qatar Financial Center
  • Fahad Al Dhubaib, Senior Vice-President Strategy and Market Analysis, Saudi Aramco
  • Richard Ettl, CEO & Co-Founder, SkyCell AG
  • Peace Hyde, Creator and Executive Producer for Netflix
  • Neema Kaseje, Humanitarian Surgeon and Health Leader, Médecins Sans Frontières
  • Margaret Zhang, Editor-In-Chief, Vogue China

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  • Wadia Ait Hamza, Head of the Forum of Young Global Leaders, World Economic Forum
  • Kulé Galma, Community Engagement Specialist, Young Global Leaders, World Economic Forum
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