InAGlobe Education is a partnership building social enterprise. By facilitating partnerships between humanitarians and academics, we seek to tackle the effects of scarcity and poverty in developing countries with technological innovation and in turn help educate engineering students about the most important global challenges.
Educate about the importance of innovation in human development.
Improve the livelihood of those in need through innovation.
Promote energetic, environmental and economic sustainability.
InAGlobe Education was founded by three Imperial College students in May 2017. In addition to the founders, a team of volunteers have been ever so important for the creation of the non-profit.
Jaime Aguilera Garcia
A Biomedical Engineering graduate, Jaime has been heavily involved in working with emerging countries as a result of his involvement with Fundación Barraquer, attending several cataract surgery expeditions.
Alberto Pérez Robledo
MSci in Physics graduate, Alberto is characterised by his wide spectrum of interest, ranging from high-tech to classics, and most recently the role of education in society, an aspect key to InAGlobe's direction.
Xavier Laguarta Soler
An Electrical & Electronic Engineering graduate, Xavi has shown widespread interest in applying technology to the developing world. He has worked on the BBOXX project for rural Uganda.