Boubacar Biro DIALLO is a young Senegalese leader who has worked to uplift communities and promote youth leadership from an early age. After earning a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and a Master’s degree in Project Management, Boubacar pursued a career in sustainable development, international cooperation, and humanitarian affairs, working with several organizations, including CorpsAfrica, the World Food Program, and the International Organization of La Francophonie. In Madagascar with the International Organization of La Francophonie, he trained over 100 youth across the Indian Ocean on youth leadership, entrepreneurship, and sustainable development goals and lobbied governments to promote youth participation. Boubacar has worked as an independent consultant in youth development and project management and was collaborating with the National Endowment for the Humanities Ajami Research Project led by the Center for African Studies at Boston University. As Atlas Corps fellow, Boubacar is the CorpsAfrica Alumni Association Coordinator where he works to build a system that supports former CorpsAfrica Volunteers in their personal lives and professional careers.