Emerging Alumni Leader Award Winners 2023
Introducing your 2023 winners
Dr Amina Al-Yassin
Amina (Medicine 2011) is a London-based GP with an enviable list of achievements across the UK and Iraq. Described as "a fierce advocate for children", she dedicates her life to improving mental health and ensuring that children around the world grow up to be happy, healthy and are able to fulfil their potential.
Dr Brian Wang
When some people see a problem, their determination to solve it is unstoppable. Brian (PhD Medicine 2019, MBBS 2021) is one of those people. He founded In2MedSchool with one vision – to give young people from all walks of life the chance to pursue a career in medicine. So far, he’s matched 2,000 students and mentors across the country.
Dr Christiana Udoh
Christiana (MSc Chemical Engineering 2014, PhD 2018) has developed cutting-edge processes to transform waste and CO2 into low-carbon aviation fuel, and she supports global energy players on their net-zero journey. She’s equally motivated in stimulating the next generation’s aspirations so that science is progressed by a diversity of talent, defining the technologies of tomorrow.
Emerging Alumni Leaders 2023
Dr Clementine Chambon
Climate change specialist Clementine (PhD Chemical Engineering 2017) is on a mission to transform the lives of 30 million farmers in India. By taking time to truly understand their needs, she’s giving them access to affordable technologies that allow them to increase yields, double their income and save 250 million tons of CO2 every year.
Erblin (MSc Investment and Wealth Management 2019) has always been conscious of the problems facing his home country, Kosovo. However, he refused to give in to his circumstances and studied at Imperial to break into the financial world. Now he’s expanding his knowledge at Harvard University and working towards creating big changes for his country.