Maulline Gragau is a Future Africa Forum contributor and expert. Maulline Gragau is a creative, innovative thinker, social innovator, researcher, policy and legislative drafter, writer, scientist, and lawyer. She is a versatile professional with 5+ years of experience in the areas of law and forensic science. She is passionate about legal practice, renewable energy technologies, inclusive development through ICT, responsive leadership and environmental conservation. She has built her career in a variety of roles in various organizations such as the International Youth Journal, International Institute for Legislative Affairs, International Potato Center, Youth in Landscapes Initiative, among others. She is motivated by the belief that the purpose of intellectual endeavors and the meaning of life are to speculate, to create and to contribute.

Maulline enjoys using her diverse skill-set to enable people to access and apply ICTs to create education, entrepreneurial and economic opportunities as a strategy to achieve self-determination. Her goal is to make these opportunities available to marginalized people especially indigenous communities, women, and youth. Maulline believes that Africans have the capability to find their own solutions to all the undeniable problems which confront them.