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Some simple Milestones

* Youngest person in the world to be featured in Forbes Magazine at age 10 in summer 2013
* New York Business Insider feature as the Most Powerful 11 Year Old in the world in April 2014​
* Listed in New Africa Magazine as one of Africa's 100 Most Influential People of 2013, at age 11
* Appeared on BBCCCTV, CNBC, TRT WorldBloomberg TV and ARISE. Featured on CNN.
* Met one-on-one with over 34 Presidents & Prime Ministers to talk global policy issues
* Youngest in the world in 2014 at age 12, to show a self produced movie in a Commercial Cinema
* Listed in ELLE Canada 2015 annual "33 Women Who Changed The World" feature
* Spoken to over 51,370 children in 21 countries on Education and its Empowerment

* Produced a Girls Confidence documentary for Procter & Gamble at age 12
* In Forbes Afrique August 2016 - 100 Most Influential Women along with 2 Presidents
* Spoke at the UN on Climate Change and effects on Education in September 2016

* Launched a Film Making Class project for Unemployed Youths at age 13, in Namibia
​* Honored by US Secretary of State John Kerry for her Work on Girls Education Globally
​* Headlined Paris project with Bill & Melinda Gates April 2017 for a 500,000 youth event
​* Honored at UNESCO 'Soft Power" Conf. in Paris June 2017 by Malta President H.E. Louise Preca
* Addressed 30,000 at Place de la Concorde, Paris on Global Issues (Education & Social Development)

* Key note Speaker at COP23 - Bonn, on effects of Climate Change on Education

New York Times Feature in WOMEN IN THE WORLD category, at age 15

* Honored by the City of Beverly Hills in 2021 

* Spoke at Global Citizen's Festival in 2022 to a live audience of 60,000 and online audience of millions

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