Ninoksha Maria D'souza

Ninoksha Maria D'souza

While reading Sustainable Energy Engineering at Queen Mary London, Ninoksha joined a team that started a social enterprise in Ghana called The African Solar Cooperative. For the past 3 years, they have been working towards empowering urban slum communities by providing independent energy access through solar power and job opportunities. She is particularly passionate about development technology & human-centred design, human rights, empowerment of informal economies through financial inclusion and impact investing. In her spare time, she is a keen reader and folk music enthusiast. Currently based in the Middle East, she is pursuing a career in fundraising and intends to take on a Masters in development.
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