George Wanjala is one of the founding members of Leapfrog.Having a background in network architecture and conflict transformation, he is in charge of the technical part of Leapfrog’s IT projects as well as for the acquisition of partnerorganisations in East Africa. Born in Kenya, George studied in the US and has been living for many years in Berlin.

Katrin Jullien is a member of Leapfrog since its foundation. She supports the NGO in project and finance management and in the NGO’s finances. She has accompanied different projects in the field of international cooperation and humanitarian aid in Africa.

Marco Dillenburg has been supporting Leapfrog since 2014 in preparing and implementing IT education projects. He is an IT-professional with many years of experience in software development and project management.

The core team about their motivation to found Leapfrog:

Believing that access to ICT promotes the development of societies in the global south, we have combined our experience in IT and project management to found the NGO “Leapfrog” in 2011. Leapfrog is a children’s game in which one player kneels to provide a vault for the other player to hop over like a frog. We chose this slogan because we want our IT projects to contribute to the empowerment of kids and youths in the countries of the global south. We want to enable them to play a role in the development of their countries.