Alan Storey is an ordained minister of the Methodist Church of Southern Africa and is presently situated in Cape Town South Africa. Alan was the last conscientious objector to be brought to trial for refusing to serve in the Apartheid SADF. Alan is founder of the Banna ba Modimo Clinic and Shelter in Welkom for which he received the received Rotary’s Paul Harris award in1997. He is at present the chairperson of Gun Free South Africa and chairperson of I AM which is an advocasy organisation for LGBTIQ people within the Church. Alan specializes in facilitating Diversity Engagement encounters. These encounters expose entrenched dynamics of power, privilege and prejudice and attempt to heal the divisions that still divide us. Alan has an Honours Degree in Theology and a Masters in Philosophy (Applied Ethics in Economics). He is a Fellow of the ninth class of the Africa Leadership Intiative-South Africa and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.