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Lungile Mahluza

Chief of Staff to the Chief Exectutive Officer, Deloitte Africa

Lungile Mahluza is currently the chief of staff to the Deloitte Africa chief executive in Johannesburg, South Africa. Prior to this, she was a senior manager in the Deloitte Africa Consulting practice. 


Lungile’s areas of expertise include business model design, organization design and implementation, project management, and strategic change management. Lungile has consulted on a number of local and international projects, working with multi-cultural teams across a broad range of industries, to include financial services, health care, hospitality, oil and gas, and the public sector. Prior to joining Deloitte, Lungile was the information technology manager at World Vision in Swaziland.

Dulce María Guevara

Guevara, Legislative Advisor, Senate, México

Dulce María Guevara is currently a legislative advisor in the Mexican Senate, and a young associate with the Mexican Council of Foreign Affairs (COMEXI). 


Prior to this, she worked as a department head at Mexico’s Instituto Federal de Acceso a la Información y Protección de Datos (IFAI), where she focused on global open government projects and transparency and accountability in Latin America. She has also worked as a migration assistant for the Embassy of Canada in Mexico. Guevara holds a master’s degree in international relations from Instituto Technológico Autónomo de México (ITAM), and she is currently pursuing a master’s degree in law at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.

Brooks Marmon

Accountability Architect, Accountability Lab

Brooks Marmon is an accountability architect with Accountability Lab, where he supports innovative programs to bolster accountability in Monrovia, Liberia. 


Prior to this, he was a program specialist with the American Council on Education, where he managed a diverse portfolio of international higher education partnerships in North Africa, South Asia, and the Caribbean. He led the implementation of a workshop series for emerging African scholars under the auspices of the American Political Science Association, served with the U.S. Peace Corps in Niger, and founded the first blog dedicated to covering African affairs in the U.S. capital. Marmon holds a master’s degree in Atlantic history from Clark University.

Morten Seja

Expert Consultant (Innovation, Firm Growth and Entrepreneurship), The World Bank

Morten Seja is an Economic Growth Consultant, currently guiding governments in the Middle East on public support programs to incentivize the growth of nascent industries for the World Bank. He focuses particularly on innovation policy and technology sectors, and designs government support interventions for high-potential entrepreneurs. Previously he was a Senior Manager for Adam Smith International, a British management consulting firm. Based in conflict-torn northern Nigeria, he managed an economic growth and skills development program that aimed to place 68,000 marginalized young people in productive jobs. 

Prior to his economic development and management consulting work, Morten held positions in academia, public policy, and the finance sectors.

Morten holds a Master of Science Degree in Foreign Services with a focus on International Relations and Security from Georgetown University and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics with a focus on International Economics and Econometrics from the University of Münster.