Andrew Leon Hanna is a first-generation Egyptian-American born and raised in the Jacksonville, Florida, USA. Most recently he was a Youth Representative at the London meeting of the UN High Level Panel on the Post 2015 Agenda. Andrew is a Global Changemaker and was the male US representative at the 7th UNESCO Youth Forum. Andrew is founder of IGNITE Peer Mentoring, which focuses on using peer support to help freshmen through the transition to high school. He was president of the Duke University Class of 2014 and is currently president of Duke Partnership for Service, the umbrella organization for 65+ youth-led service organizations. He has experience working with disadvantaged communities in Haiti, India, and South Africa. In Bangalore, he led research on the use of Google Earth to locate low-income and new migrant settlements.