Our Advocates

Have a look at our amazing advocates in the UK. We are very fortunate to have support from these incredible individuals.

Vicky Lee

Vicky Lee founded her lifestyle blog, Sorabelle, in 2016 with the aim of sharing her secrets to lifelong beauty, fashion and style from London. She quickly established herself as a highly sought-after lifestyle expert, frequently appearing in many international publications such as Vogue, Tatler, Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping, Luxury Lifestyle, Reader’s Digest and more. Her loyal fan base of 18,000 followers continues to rapidly increase and has propelled Vicky into brand ambassador roles for numerous leading luxury brands.
Born and raised in Seoul, South Korea, Vicky moved to the US to pursue a master’s degree at Cornell University. Her entrepreneurial career began soon after when she founded a hi-tech startup company in Silicon Valley. Her latest endeavour, Sorabelle.com, is a leading authority on Korean beauty, London fashion and lifestyle trends.
When asked why Vicky wanted to be an advocate for PROWIBO, she expressed that ‘If we cared for each other more and used the platforms we’ve been given, the world would be a better place. That’s why I want to support PROWIBO.’
Click here to read what Vicky Lee has said about working with Professors Without Borders in Beulah London.

Gülshen Eren

Gülshen Eren is a Turkish businesswoman and philanthropist. She launched her career by working for her family company, Eren Holding, shortly after graduating with a degree in economics from Turkey’s renowned Bosphorus University.
Having worked in the export and retail sectors, she amassed a great knowledge of the world and different communities within it. Pursuing her passion to create change for the greater good, she spent a great deal of her life helping to empower and educate females. She also worked with various charities, putting her hobbies to action as she participated in golf tournaments organised for fundraising purposes.
Now settled in London, her aim is to continue her philanthropic work within this new community.

Hanna Jaff

Hanna Jazmin Jaff Bosdet was born and brought up in San Diego, but spent much of her childhood in Tijuana, the home of her maternal family. She went to Saint John’s Episcopal Elementary School and University of San Diego High School  in San Diego. Hanna is an American born Mexican-Kurd reality television personality, politician, philanthropist, conference speaker, human rights activist, and author. Hanna holds a Master’s Degree in International Relations, a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, and minors in Political Science and Criminal Justice. She studied at National University (California) in San Diego, Harvard University in Boston, Columbia University in New York, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Monterrey, and La Sorbonne University of Paris. In March 2014, she was awarded an honorary doctorate degree for her humanitarian work by the Claustro Doctoral in Mexico.

Since 2013, Hanna has been the Undersecretary of Relations with the Civil Society, the Undersecretary of Immigrants, the National Secretary of Social Management of Youth Network for Mexico, and the National General Secretary of the Revolutionary Youth Expression in the Institutional Revolutionary Party. She was a Federal Congresswoman candidate of the Ecologist Green Party of Mexico.

Hanna is the founder of Jaff Foundation for Education, a nonprofit organization, created on June 4, 2013. The foundation has hosted more than 180 charity events worldwide, benefiting more than 120,000 people. Their mission is to teach English to immigrants, refugees, and the less fortunate, launch nondiscrimination campaigns, and aim their attention on world peace and education. Today, the foundation has more than 7,000 active volunteers.

Hanna is an activist for immigrants and refugees, and she frequently volunteers in Iraqi refugee camps, where she teaches English and has donated thousands of her English learning books. In 2013, she organized the first Kurdish Festival in Mexico, the biggest one ever held outside Kurdistan, attended by 80,000 people in four days. Hanna organizes frequent nondiscrimination campaigns for the world’s peoples to respect one another’s race, skin color, national origin, gender, disability, religion, sexual orientation, social class, political views, and age. Hanna conducted a We Are One Campaign in support of war victims in the Middle East. Her projects promote tolerance and public awareness about eliminating hatred.

Hanna speaks at international conferences on topics such as human rights, immigrants, refugees, peace, and the importance of education, mainly to raise awareness and motivation.Hanna has been a speaker for three Tedx Talks and in over 70 universities, schools, and institutions around the world. Hanna authored a self taught English learning book for Spanish speakers, and translated it for Purepecha and Kurdish speakers. She has donated 22,000 of her three books to immigrants, refugees, and the less fortunate in Peru, Kurdistan, Iraq, Mexico, India, and worldwide.

On October 15, 2017, Hanna launched a clothing line called We Are One Campaign, a non discrimination world peace movement which aims to eliminate hatred, bullying, and division.With every item purchased We Are One Campaign donates one book to refugees, immigrants, or the less fortunate. In August 2018, Netflix ‘Made in Mexico’ announced that Hanna would be one of the nine cast members.