Wantoe Teah Wantoe is an SDGs campaigner, climate and human right activist and student leader. He has a Double Major in Public Policy and Sociology with concentration in Criminology at the College of Mount Saint Vincent.

Since the age of nine, Wantoe has championed the rights of women and children and has been one of Liberia’s prime faces for global sustainability and youth development. He is a passionate and dedicated young man driven by social causes. Wantoe is a consistent voice at articulating policy prescription for the plethora of crises in Liberia. Evidence of his impeccable leadership and commitment to solving societal issues, Wantoe was awarded as a 2020 Friend of humanity Distinguished alumni awardee for his contribution to systemic change. He is a certified 2019 Obama Foundation Leadership Asset and Dialogue Alumni. In addition, a 2019 Princess Diana Award Recipient, A 2018 Global Young Voices SDGs Champion Winner And a 2017 FAF Humanitarian Impact Winner Humanitarian Impact Winner among several recognitions.

Watnoe will speak in the SDG Zone.