Public Service is a Powerful Force for Good
Apolitical is the first global peer-to-peer platform for government, helping public servants find the ideas, experts and partners they need to solve the hardest challenges facing our societies. With public service members from 100+ countries, Apolitical’s partners include the World Bank, the Harvard Kennedy School and the World Economic Forum. It was named one of the world’s 100 most disruptive companies in 2017 by Disrupt100.
Daniel Sachs founded the non-partisan Höj Rösten (“Raise Your Voice”) political training school – a citizens’ initiative aimed at revitalising and rebuilding trust in democracy in Sweden by improving representation. The Daniel Sachs Foundation’s founding mission is to contribute to an open, creative, and vitally democratic society with a deep respect for diversity and individual freedom.
Together, we believe that we can transform the global public sector for the better, and advance our mission to support the next generation of transformational public leaders.
Co-Founder & Executive Director, Apolitical Academy
Former South African Member of Parliament. First black woman in the country’s history to be elected Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly. Fellow of the Harvard Institute of Politics. World Economic Forum Young Global Leader.
Co-Founder & Executive Chairman, Apolitical Group
Serial entrepreneur. Counselled CEOs, Nobel Peace Prize winners, politicians and philanthropists. Founded AssemblyFor and Institute for a Democratic Future. Worked in Seattle government. World Economic Forum Young Global Leader.
Co-Founder & CEO,
Serial entrepreneur, previously founded OneLeap and Level Up, and worked at the Financial Times. Scott holds degrees in Bioinformatics and Bioscience Enterprise. World Economic Forum Young Global Leader, Gates Cambridge Scholar.
Founder & CEO, Daniel Sachs Foundation
CEO at Proventus AB. Founder and CEO at Proventus Capital Management. Member of the Global Board, Open Society Foundation. Senior advisor to the Royal Institute of International Affairs at Chatham House and European Council member on Foreign Relations.