Wevyn Muganda is a human rights activist with years of experience including volunteering in community development. She has worked with different communities around the world to address global challenges affecting humanity. Currently, she is the Programmes Coordinator for HAKI Africa where she designs, develops, fundraises for and coordinates the implementation of human rights based programs in Kenya. As a member of the management committee, she is actively involved in the leadership of the organisation as well as building meaningful partnerships. Through her blog, ‘Beyond The Lines’, she is changing and disrupting the narratives of violent extremism through raising awareness and enhancing peace and security. She hopes to reach youths all over the world with these stories to prevent them from radicalisation and recruitment into violent extremism. Wevyn is a Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) fellow, has an undergraduate degree in Actuarial Science and is currently undertaking her Masters of Business Administration. She is passionate about using data and technology for social change and as such has gained skills in data advocacy and digital activism.