Ethel is a Cameroonian self-taught artist whose works showcase visual cultures of the contemporary cultural renaissance in Africa and the Diaspora, and aim to cultivate discourse about Panafricanism and Afrofuturism. She completed her BA International Human Rights with a minor in Art History & Criticism, and is now pursuing her MSc Development Studies at SOAS. At ADF, she is responsible for developing creative strategies for the conference and producing promotional content that engages audiences with critical development topics. She believes in innovative spaces where meaningful dialogue is cultivated and creativity is celebrated. See some of her works here.