Robyn Scott

Robyn Scott

January 09, 1981 – ...
Countries: New Zealand

writing business} Robyn Scott (born 9 January 1981) is a British-born writer and entrepreneur.
She studied at Auckland University and Cambridge University. She was a Gates Scholar. Her first book, Twenty Chickens for a Saddle, a memoir about growing up in Botswana, was published in March 2008. Her second book, Big Like Coca-Cola, is about a group of maximum security prisoners in South Africa who have adopted AIDS orphans. Scott is also a co-founder of start-up OneLeap, and of Southern African social enterprises Brothers for All and Mothers for All. She is presently CEO of policy platform Apolitical.