NedjMath Danielle Foumilayo A Adechoubou has been the coordinator of several projects involving hundreds of African youth across the continent. The highest impact in Danielle’s work was in 2016 and 2017 at VIP, a youth camp in Cotonou, where she coordinated a seminar for 150 orphans and vulnerable children in Lankouvi village in Togo. Danielle has over five years’ experience in project management and is currently the executive director of VIP World, a nonprofit organization where she oversees staff and program development, seeks partners, manages projects, and oversees budgets. Upon completion of the Mandela Washington Fellowship, Danielle plans to focus more on empowering orphans and vulnerable children in rural communities throughout Africa to help unleash their potential.