Born in Zimbabwe and moved to Ireland in 2002 with parents.
Finance- Qualified Financial Advisor from 2005 till 2013 with Byron & Woods Financial Services Based in Wicklow & Wexford. Moved to M2M Financial in April 2013.
Media- Radio Presenter on Spirit Radio, Publisher Dance Starz Magazine, Gospel Music Ireland Media Resource, Media Consultant (AIT, My Tv, View Me Tv, AfricaWorld Newspaper)
Dance -(PR,Events,Workshops, Media, Advertising) - Juste Debout 2012, Sdk Ireland 2011, International Dance Fedration president Ireland Resentative 2010-2013, Krump Kings Tour, Ellen Kim in Dublin, Founder Dance Expo Intl, Turbo( Uk) first visit in ireland, Paralell Duo, Tight Eyez, Enforcer, Byron Cox, HIro ( Japan) Caleaf, Bboy Spin, Big Mijo, peices of House.
Cllr Gary Gannon
I am a 27 year old Community Development worker and Dublin City Councillor (first elected in Local Election 2014) who was born and reared in Dublin’s North Inner City. In May 2012 I graduated with an Honours Degree in History & Political Science from Trinity College Dublin. I believe wholeheartedly in the pursuit of social equality and throughout my adult life I have sought to align myself with people/ organisations who share the same internal drive to contribute positively to the society we live.
I entered University through the wonderful Trinity Access Programme (TAP) and will always credit this experience with opening my eyes to some of society’s inequalities and for instilling in me the hunger to believe that I can make better the circumstances of people in Ireland today.
I spent the majority of 2013 working as a career guidance advocate for early school leavers in my own community of Dublin’s North Inner City.
My name is Rumbie Netsiyanwa, a graduate Pharmacy Technician & Pharmaceutical Healthcare student in Dublin Institute of Technology
I'm the President of DIT Africa Society and my role is to work as a team with other committee members not only to organize events that promote & teach history,values and culture but to also promote integration among migrants and Irish students. As a youth leader I work with organizations like ASAI, United Youth of Ireland that promote youth leadership, empower and promote leadership among students, we host conferences & debates,yearly events for all Africa Society universities in Ireland. I'm an active member of the Youth Platform Project Ireand.
I'm a community focused student whose honesty and integrity provide for effective leadership & excellent presentation skills with the ability to quickly establish rapport with people from diverse backgrounds."
My name is Koketso Mohotloane popular by the nickname Kay1kay, i am a young and proud South African born and raised but currently living in Ireland, Dublin for the past 10 years.
i am an aspiring I.T technician, freelance photographer, graphic designer, web designer, an artist and born a youth activist.
i am currently studying Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Information Technology. Secretary general of the Africa Student's Association of Ireland (ASAI) the current web designer of the YPPI, communications and co-founder of the South African Youth Tribe (S.A.Y Tribe) in Ireland.
I love challeneges, sports, movies, networking, family, meeting new and old friends and just a good conversation every now and than to inspire and brighten one's spirit.
I was born in South Africa and moved to Ireland. I am a final year student in NUI Maynooth studying Political Science. In 2011 I co founded a artists initiative called Be Inspired. I am the secretary of YPPI. Start it with this quote which inspired me last year. “If you start big, you continue big” says Mahalia Freedom.
“With no vision, you are lost and hopeless” continues Mahalia Freedom, a bubbly and intelligent young lady whose roots began in Africa (not to mention the most gorgeous name ever). I am also the co founder of the Dublin African Fashion Week. So this the bio ....below “If you start big, you continue big” says Mahalia Freedom.
“With no vision, you are lost and hopeless” continues Mahalia Freedom, a bubbly and intelligent young lady whose roots began in Africa (not to mention the most gorgeous name ever). I was born in South Africa and moved to Ireland. I am a final year student in NUI Maynooth studying Political Science. In 2011 I co founded a artists initiative called Be Inspired. I am the secretary of YPPI. I am also the co founder of the Dublin African Fashion Week.
Hi, i go by the name Kofi Asiedu-Appiah proundly originate from Ghana and a DJ living in Ireland for so many years.
My stage name is DJRaspizo. I currently work with the Liffey Sound 96.4 fm in Lucan. i am a member of the Dublin Urbana HipHop/R&B Party rockers and the president of All-Age Entertainment Ireland. As DJRaspizo i play at most of Dublin’s biggest night clubs including Break for the Border, Turks Head, Vanilla Night Club and many others. I am currently pursuing a degree course in Media Management at Dublin City University.
Raspizo is so passionate about promoting the positive aspects of Africa because he thinks Mother Africa has not been treated fairly. She is always referred to as the root of poverty, sickness, corruption etc with all the natural resources she is produce and offer the world. However, there are a lot of positive sides that Raspizo aspires to bring to light for the world to know. He is working hard on establishing a multimedia house that will focus on Africa.
Sevak Khachatryan is my name, i graduated from Dublin City University, where i studied Contemporary Culture and Society. Since Septemeber 2011 i have been coordinating at NCP (New Communities Partnership) Youth Ireland, which is a youth organisations network within NCP.
Whilst at NCP, Sevak piloted and developed a number of projects aimed at building capacities of migrant youth living in Ireland. I am responsible for planning, networking, organizing and developing a 12-month calendar of cultural events, conferences, meetings, seminars, trainings, PR and fundraising activities. In April 2014, at the SIRIUS 5th General Meeting in Barcelona, I was elected as National Coordinator for the network. SIRIUS is a European Policy Network on the education of children and young people with a migrant background. I am also very actively involved in the community such as member of the YPAR (Young People At Risk) working group since June 2014 and board member of The Platform since September 2013.
PRECIOUS JOHN PJ
Our executive board is made up of representatives of member organisations elected on the executive board after serving at least a year as ordinary representatives of the Youth Platform Project. The executive is made up of a Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer and 4 Board members. The Executive Board reports to the Youth Platform Project membership once a month in relation to activities approved as the annual work plan of the organisation. The Executive Board is elected at the AGM. 40% must always be up for reflection and all members must stand for relection within 3 years without fail. 60% of the Executive Board must be below the age of 25.