Mohsen is currently in his first year of the MBA program at MIT Sloan School of Management. Prior to that he served as Manager of Regional Business Innovation at Teach for America where he led efforts to uncover transformational opportunities to invest in and develop new technologies to move Teach for America’s mission forward. Prior to joining Teach for America’s national staff, Mohsen served as a TFA corps member and taught 9th and 10th grade Global History in the South Bronx. Although no longer teaching, Mohsen continues to run a chapter of Junior Achievement at his former school with his students where his mission has been to provide and empower his students with opportunities that connect what they've learned in school to real world work experiences across a wide range of career sectors.
Before joining Teach for America, Mohsen was an analyst at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Mohsen received his Bachelor’s degree from New York University, his Master’s from the Relay Graduate School of Education, and is currently a Level III Candidate in the CFA Program.
Yaffa is currently Managing Editor at the World Policy Journal, as well as a producer for CNN Opinion in response to breaking global news.
Her Fredrick’s career has taken her from the halls of the World Health Organization in Geneva to the Office of the District Attorney in New York. In her prior role at MTV Networks, she created and produced the channel’s first youth journalism show, “Campus Dispatch”— providing a platform for millennials to engage in major global policy discussions. Her segments featured in-depth profiles of Syrian student activists, climate change advocates, and emerging women’s rights organizations.
Uri Bram is the author of Thinking Statistically, a short, accessible primer to the biggest ideas in statistics. It has been used as a course companion at leading professional schools and universities throughout the world and was named by NYT Bestselling business author Josh Kaufman as one of the 99 best business books ever.
Currently working as chairman of the international advisory team, Uri graduated from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, and has worked as a researcher at the foremost universities on four continents: on Fragile States and European Immigration at Princeton University; at the Centre for the Study of African Economies at Oxford University; at the China Center for Economic Research at Peking University in Beijing; and at the African Centre for Cities at the University of Cape Town.
He has written about science and business for The Economist's 1843 Magazine, Nautilus, Motherboard, Quartz and more, and has been regularly featured on i24 News as an economics analyst. He is head of curation at Cronycle and Contributing Editor at The Browser.