These are the 2020 C4SI Mentors!!!

Biliana Vassileva

Biliana Vassileva is a versatile and passionate executive and organizational coach, a facilitator with extensive experience in social innovation and change. She designs and facilitates experiences that drive action for social change. Biliana works with organizations, teams & individuals and supports them in turning their creativity into impact. In addition to being a seasoned C4SI mentor, she is trusted by initiatives and organizations such as Versus Virus Switzerland, UNAIDS, ITC, Geneva Business School, Accelerate 2030 and Biomimicry Switzerland among others. To find out more visit

Gisela Andrade

Gisela is a passionate product manager, innovation consultant and design enthusiast, specialized in Digital products. A passionate storyteller she advocates for its use and benefits in helping people develop better and more user-centric products. Having worked for companies like Google, Novartis, and Roche. She is currently attending EMBA in Digital transformation and dedicates her time supporting startups and female entrepreneurs.

Lorenzo Niola

Lorenzo likes to get his hands dirty with impact tech ventures and impactful projects that can solve the Humanity’s Grand Challenges as well as drive social change, working closely with different stakeholders to foster equality and better humanity. He has supported 200+ entrepreneurs and brings a financial/analytical background & experience in operations and community management in both the startups' ecosystem and international cooperation. He is a member of the Global Shapers Community, former Co-Director of Startup Grind Milan and is an Ex- AIESECer ..! Lorenzo is passionate about impact tech and frugal innovation, is a coffee lover, a former rugby player and has true love for snowboarding in the Alps..!

Salim Azzabi

Salim joined the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2010 and has worked globally in planning, designing and deploying advanced digital ecosystems for the organization. He currently works with an innovation team mandated by the WHO’s CIO to design and run the first global internal innovation initiative in WHO. His diverse work experience includes organizations like ILO, UN in Geneva, Kudelski group in Lausanne and Amadeus, the leading travel technology company. He holds a Master Degree in Digital Communication Systems from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne and an executive certificate in Innovation Management & Entrepreneurship from HEC Paris.

Sanaz Javadi

Sanaz Javadi Farahzadi is an IP/trade lawyer, mentor and international consultant to international organizations, local governments, United Nations and European Union on IP technical assistance, trade development projects, local communities and women empowerment in Europe, Middle East and South East Asia. She has worked with WIPO, ITC, Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property, South Center and UNIDROIT. She is also a member of Partnership Board at International Organization for Women in Trade, UNIDROIT Alumni Association and Fribourg University LLM Alumni Association. Sanaz has Master in Intellectual Property Law, LLM in International Trade Law, Doctoral Researcher in Intellectual Property, and Based in Geneva, Switzerland.

Valentina Coco-Harry

Valentina is an innovative leadership mentor, passionate about supporting diversity and inclusion and advocating for mental health awareness. She is an expert in team effectiveness, storytelling, data analytics and corporate strategy and finance. Above everything else she is passionate about making connections, so that change can happen, and being the impact, she wants to see in the world.