Colombe Cahen-Salvador is a young leader, who over the last decade has inexhaustibly committed herself to uniting people across borders to solve global challenges. She co-founded Atlas, the progressive social and political movement pushing for global change through social campaigns, electoral activities and direct actions on topics such as democracy or vaccines inequity — more than 20,000 people in over 130 countries are involved with Atlas. Cahen-Salvador previously co-founded the pan-European political party Volt that mobilized 60,000 people across Europe and elected representatives at the 2019 European Elections. She has worked with various human rights and humanitarian organisations, including Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights and the ohchr. She holds a degree from the Warwick Law School and a Master of Laws from Duke Law School.