Kelvin Bokai Doe (also known as DJ Focus) is the founder of the Kelvin Doe Foundation, a non-profit organization that works with strategic partners to provide creative spaces to nurture communities, ignite a culture of innovation, and inspire civic engagement. Through various programs, Kelvin engages with educators, the private sector, and government leaders; leading global visionaries, and NGOs to mobilize and provide resources, makerspaces, mentorship, and tools to advance the impact of experimental and hands-on learning programs in Africa. His recent activity includes crowdfunding to set up a makerspace in the Dworzark community in Sierra Leone. Kelvin has won several international awards on innovation, including a presidential Gold Medal, and he is also the youngest person to participate in the "Visiting Practitioner's Program" at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Kelvin is a frequent speaker at sci/tech/art and youth empowerment conference and serves on the Honorary and Advisory Board of Emergency USA, an organization with a mission to provide free medical and surgical care to victims of war and poverty. He lives in Toronto and is interested in learning about frugal innovation, the art of doing more with less. Learn more kelvindoe.com.