Tangang Andrew is a young Cameroonian from Bambui Village, Tubah Municipality of the Northwest Region. He holds 3 Master’s degrees in Public and Development Management, Governance, and International Cooperation from Universities in Cameroon and South Africa. He works in various civil society organisations such as Effective Basic Services (eBASE) Africa where he serves as Research Fellow and Senior Policy Analyst, and Local Youth Corner (LOYOC) Cameroon where he is the Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist. Since 2014, he has been volunteering in various global youth advocacy initiatives such as the Youth Power Partnership (YPP), Youth Power Global Leaders, and the Global Youth Governance and Accountability Task Team, championed by international development organisations like Restless Development, Project Everyone, Plan UK, ActionAid and the British Youth Council. These initiatives have sought to mainstream youths in the conception, implementation and evaluation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Prior to this, he served as a Youth Representative and member of the Youth and Education Committee of the Bambui Village Council. Due to his academic and leadership excellence, he has been awarded prestigious scholarship awards like the Shaun Johnson Memorial Scholarship (2020), the Mandela Rhodes Scholarship (2018), and the Pan African University Scholarship (2014/2015).