Aisha Hamdulay is a recent graduate of the University of Cape Town (UCT), holding a Bachelor of Social Science degree in Environmental and Geographical Science, and International Relations. Aisha is an astute creative who -during her days at UCT- served on the executive committee of the Muslim Students Association (MSA); first as an Event Manager and later as the Vice Chairperson. In these roles, she was well groomed to serve with the MSA of the Cape, where she received exposure through organizing and hosting a leadership workshop with the regional body. Adding to her leadership experience, is her appetite for mentoring leaders. She was selected as a mentor for the UCT Department of Student Affairs Leadership Program. On the creative side, Aisha belonged to the group called “Igers UCT”, a photography collective. She was an executive member of the UCT PhotoSoc, and is now a professional part time photographer with her own company- Falling Star Photographic Services. Aisha lives for the realization of social justice, human rights, and equality, especially in fields relating to development and the environment. She is a problem solver who envisions the change in South Africa emanating from innovation, empowerment, and sustainable development. She hopes that through the ASRI Future Leaders Program, she will be equipped with knowledge and skills to be an efficient agent of change beyond the South African borders, using both art and the unimaginable.