Reka Toth joins the advisory board of Wit21 Hub
with a broad and cross cultural understanding of
Educational Policies within early childhood and the
practical knowledge of children’s development.
Reka is from Hungary and has also lived in the UK
for the last 6 years. Reka holds a First Class Honours
degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree In
Evolutionary Psychology. Reka worked in Nigeria as an
International Citizen Service Volunteer
with Voluntary Service Overseas.
Hafssa joins the advisory board of Wit21 Hub with
8 years experience in creating lasting social
change in diverse social grassroots and Non-governmental
Organizations in Morocco.Her recent engagement with Corps
Africa/Maroc organization in the outskirt of Marrakech,
saw her successfully implemented series of workshops for
kids to develop an Ecological Caravan.
She holds a specialized masters degree in
‘’Management de la Communication des Organisations’’
in 2015 from Hassan II University in Casablanca, and
BA in ‘’Foreign Languages Applied in Communication and
‘’Faculté Polydisciplinaire de Ouarzazate’’ in 2013.
Awit joins Wit21 Hub’s Advisory Board with a
broad multi-cultural experience in Africa and the
Oceania region. She was born in South Sudan, partially
raised in Kenya and currently lives and works in
Australia. She is passionate about working with
individuals, groups and communities to create social
change. She holds a Diploma in Counselling, Bachelor of
Social Sciences (Human Services) and currently pursuing
a Masters of International Development. She is fluent
in English, Swahili and Dinka.
Samuel joins Wit21 Hub’sAdvisory Board with a spectrum of
experience in applied Science, Technology, Engineering
and Mathematics (STEM) across Africa and North America.
He has supported teenagers who faced learning
difficultiesto rise above it challenges.
Samuel himself experienced learning difficulty,
which saw him sit for the Senior Secondary School
Certificate Examination for five times consecutively.
However, he rose above this difficulty to graduate
with a First Class Honours degree in Mechanical
Engineering at the Federal University of Technology
Minna, Nigeria. Samuel is currently studying
for a PhD in Mechanical Engineering at the Centre for
Alternative Fuels, Engines and Emission at the
University of West Virginia, United States