Romily Broad

Series Three: Andrea Danes

Andrea Danes is Global Human Services Leader for EY.

In this podcast, Andrea discusses the company’s work to support vulnerable populations.

Issue 18

EY is using data to help governments and public sector bodies help improve the lives of vulnerable people across the world. We find out how. Elsewhere, we sit down with TIME magazine’s Kid of the Year Gitanjali Rao

Series Three: Sergio Budkin

Sergio Budkin is Director of Market Development for Virgin Media 02.

In this podcast, Sergio shares some steps towns and cities can take to become smarter, greener and healthier.

Creating a pathway to hope

HIV prevention drugs have helped reduce infection rates globally. Now Gilead Sciences has rolled out its digital platform, PrEP Hub® , in the US with a mission to help improve access to drugs and reduce stigma among the communities that most need it.

We find out why it’s a gamechanger in the fight against HIV.

Series Three: Piotr Orzechowski

Piotr Orzechowski is co-founder and CEO of Infermedica.

In this podcast, Piotr discusses the role of AI in healthcare and why his company wants to act for global public health.

Series Three: Vinay Nair

Vinay Nair is CEO and co-founder of Lightful.

In this podcast, Vinay addresses the digital skills challenge in the charity and volunteering sector.

Series Three: Margareta Mucibabici

Margareta Mucibabici is Public Affairs Manager for UiPath.

In this podcast, Margareta discusses RPA’s potential to positively impact the world through “automation for good” initiatives.

Issue 17

Digital, energy and automation giant Schneider Electric was recently named the most sustainable corporation in the world. We find out why it firmly believes in an all-electric, all-digital future. Elsewhere, we hear about the AI advances in the aviation industry.

Teenage Tech Stories: Alisha Arora

At 15, Alisha Arora is a philanthropist, developer, and AI-for-good advocate. In this podcast, Alisha discusses the AI model for suicide prevention that she’s building alongside Microsoft, her work as a UNICEF Youth Advocate and how she was inspired to create a non-profit organisation alongside her sister.

Series Three: Anthony Baker

Anthony Baker is co-founder and CEO of Satellite Vu.

In this podcast, Anthony reveals how his company plans to use thermal and infrared imaging satellites to help assess the climate impact of every building on the planet.

Teenage Tech Stories: Sahda Haroon

Sahda Haroon is shooting for the stars. In this podcast, the 18-year-old talks about creating The Mars Generation and the Astronaut’s Club to support other young people who share her dream of being on the first space crew that goes to Mars.

Series Three: Aaron Simpson

Aaron Simpson is founder of social enterprise Kindred.

In this podcast, Adam reveals how Kindred’s technology supports charities and why companies of the future will be measured by their positive impact over shareholder value.

Teenage Tech Stories: BiaSciLab

BiaSciLab (Bianca Lewis) is 14, but she has already hacked a replica of the US election reporting system. In this podcast, Bia talks about creating her own end-to-end election system and running a non-profit organisation, Girls Who Hack.

Series Three: Janina Nakladal

Janina Nakladal is Global Director of Sustainability for Celonis.

In this podcast, Janina discusses the power of process mining and the challenges of achieving sustainability transformation.

Issue 16

The pandemic forced the UK’s National Health Service to innovate at speed. But will it last? We speak to leaders from public and private healthcare to find out what happens next. Elsewhere, we hear why the digital divide in education is in desperate need of closing.

Teenage Tech Stories: Jakomba Jabbie

Jakomba Jabbie has been advocating for women’s rights since she was 16. In this podcast, Jakomba talks about developing a climate change monitoring app, speaking at a UN conference and how she overcame the challenges many women in The Gambia face when accessing education.

Series Three: Fred Werner

Fred Werner is a key figure in the UN’s AI for Good digital platform and global summit series. In this podcast, Fred discusses why the growth of AI is as much a human issue as a technical one.

Teenage Tech Stories: Prisha Shroff

Prisha Shroff is not yet 15, but she is already determined to help solve real-world problems, starting with wildfires. In this podcast, Prisha explains how she developed an affordable AI system capable of identifying areas where wildfires are likely to begin and deploying drones to prevent them from happening.

Teenage Tech Stories: Jacqueline Prawira

Jacqueline Prawira is a high school senior with a passion for science and sustainable development. In this podcast, Jacqueline talks about developing Cyclo.Plas 2, a renewable alternative to plastic made from upcycled fish scale waste components.

Teenage Tech Stories: Vetri Vel

At only 16, Vetri Vel is already developing devices that improve people’s lives. In this podcast, Vetri tells the story of how his grandmother’s fall inspired him to create a fall detection system for seniors.

Issue 15

Gilead Sciences tells us about its groundbreaking digital platform PrEP Hub, which is helping to improve access to HIV drugs for those who need it the most. Elsewhere, we hear Two Sigma’s mission for data equity

Teenage Tech Stories: Guardians of the GalaxSEA

Kiefer Ong, Pierre Yeap and See Jay Ng are the three members of Guardians of the GalaxSEA. In this podcast, the Singapore-based team explains how they have used orange peel extracts to synthesise an eco-friendly magnetic ferrofluid to help clean up oil spills.

Teenage Tech Stories: Emma Yang

At only 17, Emma Yang is the founder of Timeless, a mobile app that helps Alzheimer’s patients stay connected to their loved ones. In this podcast, Emma talks about the process of building her app and what it means to be named as one of the 100 Faces of Impact globally.

Alex Rahin

Alex Rahin is the Chief Product and Technology Officer at Cervest, a startup that uses AI to help businesses protect their assets from the risks and effects of climate change. He discusses the climate emergency knowledge gap and Cervest’s ambitious goals.

Romily Broad

Series Three: Andrea Danes

Andrea Danes is Global Human Services Leader for EY.

In this podcast, Andrea discusses the company’s work to support vulnerable populations.

Issue 18

EY is using data to help governments and public sector bodies help improve the lives of vulnerable people across the world. We find out how. Elsewhere, we sit down with TIME magazine’s Kid of the Year Gitanjali Rao

Series Three: Sergio Budkin

Sergio Budkin is Director of Market Development for Virgin Media 02.

In this podcast, Sergio shares some steps towns and cities can take to become smarter, greener and healthier.

Creating a pathway to hope

HIV prevention drugs have helped reduce infection rates globally. Now Gilead Sciences has rolled out its digital platform, PrEP Hub® , in the US with a mission to help improve access to drugs and reduce stigma among the communities that most need it.

We find out why it’s a gamechanger in the fight against HIV.

Series Three: Piotr Orzechowski

Piotr Orzechowski is co-founder and CEO of Infermedica.

In this podcast, Piotr discusses the role of AI in healthcare and why his company wants to act for global public health.

Series Three: Vinay Nair

Vinay Nair is CEO and co-founder of Lightful.

In this podcast, Vinay addresses the digital skills challenge in the charity and volunteering sector.

Series Three: Margareta Mucibabici

Margareta Mucibabici is Public Affairs Manager for UiPath.

In this podcast, Margareta discusses RPA’s potential to positively impact the world through “automation for good” initiatives.

Issue 17

Digital, energy and automation giant Schneider Electric was recently named the most sustainable corporation in the world. We find out why it firmly believes in an all-electric, all-digital future. Elsewhere, we hear about the AI advances in the aviation industry.

Teenage Tech Stories: Alisha Arora

At 15, Alisha Arora is a philanthropist, developer, and AI-for-good advocate. In this podcast, Alisha discusses the AI model for suicide prevention that she’s building alongside Microsoft, her work as a UNICEF Youth Advocate and how she was inspired to create a non-profit organisation alongside her sister.

Series Three: Anthony Baker

Anthony Baker is co-founder and CEO of Satellite Vu.

In this podcast, Anthony reveals how his company plans to use thermal and infrared imaging satellites to help assess the climate impact of every building on the planet.

Teenage Tech Stories: Sahda Haroon

Sahda Haroon is shooting for the stars. In this podcast, the 18-year-old talks about creating The Mars Generation and the Astronaut’s Club to support other young people who share her dream of being on the first space crew that goes to Mars.

Series Three: Aaron Simpson

Aaron Simpson is founder of social enterprise Kindred.

In this podcast, Adam reveals how Kindred’s technology supports charities and why companies of the future will be measured by their positive impact over shareholder value.

Teenage Tech Stories: BiaSciLab

BiaSciLab (Bianca Lewis) is 14, but she has already hacked a replica of the US election reporting system. In this podcast, Bia talks about creating her own end-to-end election system and running a non-profit organisation, Girls Who Hack.

Series Three: Janina Nakladal

Janina Nakladal is Global Director of Sustainability for Celonis.

In this podcast, Janina discusses the power of process mining and the challenges of achieving sustainability transformation.

Issue 16

The pandemic forced the UK’s National Health Service to innovate at speed. But will it last? We speak to leaders from public and private healthcare to find out what happens next. Elsewhere, we hear why the digital divide in education is in desperate need of closing.

Teenage Tech Stories: Jakomba Jabbie

Jakomba Jabbie has been advocating for women’s rights since she was 16. In this podcast, Jakomba talks about developing a climate change monitoring app, speaking at a UN conference and how she overcame the challenges many women in The Gambia face when accessing education.

Series Three: Fred Werner

Fred Werner is a key figure in the UN’s AI for Good digital platform and global summit series. In this podcast, Fred discusses why the growth of AI is as much a human issue as a technical one.

Teenage Tech Stories: Prisha Shroff

Prisha Shroff is not yet 15, but she is already determined to help solve real-world problems, starting with wildfires. In this podcast, Prisha explains how she developed an affordable AI system capable of identifying areas where wildfires are likely to begin and deploying drones to prevent them from happening.

Teenage Tech Stories: Jacqueline Prawira

Jacqueline Prawira is a high school senior with a passion for science and sustainable development. In this podcast, Jacqueline talks about developing Cyclo.Plas 2, a renewable alternative to plastic made from upcycled fish scale waste components.

Teenage Tech Stories: Vetri Vel

At only 16, Vetri Vel is already developing devices that improve people’s lives. In this podcast, Vetri tells the story of how his grandmother’s fall inspired him to create a fall detection system for seniors.

Issue 15

Gilead Sciences tells us about its groundbreaking digital platform PrEP Hub, which is helping to improve access to HIV drugs for those who need it the most. Elsewhere, we hear Two Sigma’s mission for data equity

Teenage Tech Stories: Guardians of the GalaxSEA

Kiefer Ong, Pierre Yeap and See Jay Ng are the three members of Guardians of the GalaxSEA. In this podcast, the Singapore-based team explains how they have used orange peel extracts to synthesise an eco-friendly magnetic ferrofluid to help clean up oil spills.

Teenage Tech Stories: Emma Yang

At only 17, Emma Yang is the founder of Timeless, a mobile app that helps Alzheimer’s patients stay connected to their loved ones. In this podcast, Emma talks about the process of building her app and what it means to be named as one of the 100 Faces of Impact globally.

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