Magatte Camara graduated from the Department of English at the University of Cheikh Anta Diop and he got a Certificate in Leadership in Social Entrepreneurship from the School Business of the University of Connecticut after having participated in the SUSI Program (Study of the United States Institutes ). He has contributed to the training of the young people of Diamalaye in computer science for more than 3 years. He later became a founding member of a non-profit organization (Help the Street Children). He is passionate about community services and strongly believes in sharing, equal rights for everyone and the spirit of Ubuntu: "I am because you are." He also invests in the Niamantou production workshop for the promotion of animation films in Senegal. After the SUSI Fellowship and working as a Ashoka ChangeMaker, he later joined the team of Jokkolabs, where he has served as the Hub Manager. He manages the organisation, animation (events), and has coordinated the Global Entrepreneurship Week Edition in 2016 and 2017; an event with over 2000 participants.