Sihle Tshabalala is a co-founder and CEO of Quirky30 (formely known as Brothers for Al) and an ex-offender. During his time in prison, he became a key member of the Group of Hope programme (a prisoner initiated project that changed prison rehabilitation in SA) , where he decided to spend his life helping others avoid the mistakes he had made. Since leaving prison, he co-founded Brothers for All, taught himself how to code and has become a key voice in his community and a game changer in teaching high school drop outs, teenage moms, unemployed youth, ex-offenders and offenders Computer Programming/Coding, Entrepreneurship, Online Digital Marketing. He spoken widely on TV and radio (nationally and internationally), presented at the Durban AIDS conference, was awarded the 2014 LeadSA’s Hero, Mail and Guardian 200 Young South Africans Award, 2015 Spark Changemaker Award, 2016 World Summit Awards International Speaker and Juror, 2016 TEDx Fellow and a Levi's Pioneer Nation speaker. His passion and love is digital inclusiveness, community development, job creation and entrepreneurship.