Francois Grey is focusing on Open Science, specifically Citizen Cyberscience, a collective term for a diverse, grass-roots movement that is enabling ordinary citizens to participate in real scientific research thanks to the Web.
Mark Horner works in the area of Open and Collaborative Resources and believes in the liberation of information and supporting education in South Africa.
Philipp Schmidt focuses on the future of higher education. He is co-founder of Peer 2 Peer University, using open educational resources to create communities for self learners.
Rufus Pollock is working to promote Open Knowledge around the world, including any kind of content or data from sonnets to statistics, genes to geodata, which is freely usable, sharable and reusable.
Steve Song works in the area of telecommunications. He provides thought leadership on access to communications infrastructure and its impact on innovation and growth.
Steve Vosloo is 21st Century Learning Fellow at the Shuttleworth Foundation. He believes mobile phones, games and digital media are the future of Africa's education.