Robyn Scott is a social entrepreneur and author. She is Co-Founder of OneLeap, which helps the world's leading organisations be more entrepreneurial by working with experienced entrepreneurs and social entrepreneurs. She's also co-founder of Mothers for All, which teaches entrepreneurship skills to AIDS orphan caregivers, and Brothers for All, which helps former inmates and vulnerable township youth learn technology, entrepreneurship and leadership skills, and to become positive agents of change in their communities in South Africa. Her first book was an acclaimed memoir about growing up in Botswana against the AIDS epidemic. She's currently writing her second book, the true story of maximum security prisoners who've adopted AIDS orphans. She is an Ambassador for the Access to Medicine Index, one of WIRED's 50 People About to Change the World, and a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader. She has a a BSc in Bioinformatics from Auckland University and an MPhil in Bioscience Enterprise from Cambridge University, where she was a Gates Scholar.