Want to learn from leading educators, strategic management consultants, change management experts, technology integration specialists, financial fitness coaches, marketing strategists and lots more as they share insights on practical and actionable tips to guide you on how to boost professionalism in the education sector?
A statistician by qualification, Agbede Oluwaseyi has evolved to becoming a resourceful educator. His journey into the world of knowledge transfer started in his National Youth Service days, where he served his nation as a Mathematics teacher. He soon realised his newfound love of building and molding the minds of the future leaders and decided to pitch his tents there.
He obtained a B.Sc in Mathematics from the University of Lagos and also has a PGDE in the bag. He is presently running an MBA degree program with the University of Lagos and is the Co-Head Teacher at Meadow Hall Junior School, Lekki Lagos.
He is focused and self-motivated and has a passion to use education as a tool for societal transformation. His desire to see young children learn has driven him to continually seek 21st-century pedagogy. His strong background in statistics and the use of numbers laid an indispensable foundation in his extensive analysis and use of data for educational improvement by educators at all levels.
As a lifelong learner, he has always been passionate about professional development and this has seen him become a regular trainer/facilitator in several capacities including educational conferences such as the annual Meadow Hall Educamp held in Lagos and Port Harcourt which hosts hundreds of professionals yearly; just to mention a few. He has also served as a Human Capacity Development Consultant with a number of Educational Institutions such as The Lagos State Ministry of Education (Ready-Set-Work Initiative), Chokmah International School (Port Harcourt), Kids Station School (Lagos), and many more.
Taking a look at Education as a tool for societal transformation, Ladies and gentlemen, join Agbede Oluwaseyi on The Impact Educators Conference.
Okeyinfu Ajayi is an experienced and hugely certified Evidence-Based Educational Entrepreneur and Start-up Business consultant. She founded Busy Minds Center in 2013 and has grown the organization to enviable heights in the education landscape in Nigeria.
Using her skills as a curriculum integration professional and an Assessment Lead, she audits school practice, providing on the spot suggestions for sustainable and affordable improvement and has worked with several schools from business start-ups to staff capacity building.
When Mrs. Kaykay, as she is fondly called, is not glued to a computer either reviewing curriculum, catching up with clients and mentees, or creating bespoke business process framework for small businesses, she is facilitating training sessions or relaxing with a cookery show on Netflix.
She is a purpose-driven educator, a writer, and a sought-after speaker and mentor.
Ladies and gentle, to shed more light on “Personal Leadership and Organisational Growth”, join Okeyinfu Ajayi on The Impact Educators Conference.
Lola Aneke (Founder & CEO, C.A.D.E.T. Academy)
Lola Aneke is an award-winning educator with a practicing license from North Carolina in the United States. She holds a Master of Art in Teaching (MAT) Special and Inclusive Education from Meredith
College, North Carolina, a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from the University of Lagos, and is an IBCCES Board Certified Telepractice Specialist (BCTS) as well as a Board-Certified Cognitive Specialist (BCCS).
Lola is versed in the Common Core and Essential United States Standards, and well experienced in hands-on, challenging, and creative learning activities that take into consideration the diverse needs and experiences of students with special needs in both special and inclusive education settings.
She is also the Executive Director of the Comprehensive Autism and related Disabilities Education and Training Academy, known as the C.A.D.E.T. Academy, and the founder of the non-profit, Nongovernmental Organisation (NGO) Dewdrops Community Centre for Special Needs, both located in Abuja.
Joining us to take a look at “Inclusion the gateway to New abilities”, Ladies and gentlemen, join Lola Aneke on The Impact Educators Conference.
ERNEST SORGWE (Principal Consultant, FastTrack Consulting)
Sorgwe Ernest is the principal consultant of FastTrack Consulting. He is a well-rounded professional with years of experience in consulting for some top organizations across several industries in areas relating to Business strategy, Strategy implementation, Business process optimization, Performance management, Corporate Governance, and Compliance.
He has designed, managed, and facilitated several workforce activation & customer service programmes, as well as management and leadership retreats for a host of organizations across the Niger Delta.
He is the organizer of the “Niger Delta CEO’s Summit” and chief facilitator of ‘Success At Your Reach’ and ‘Mind Clinic’, which are motivational series hosted on Radio and Television respectively.
Taking a look at “Business Process Transformation and Optimization”, Ladies and gentlemen, join Ernest Sorgwe on The Impact Educators Conference.
Rhoda Odigboh (Director of Academics, Bridge Nigeria)
Rhoda Odigboh is the Director of Academics for Bridge, Nigeria. Bridge is an international organization that supports governments, communities, and families across Africa and Asia. Bridge offers access to quality, life-changing education by leveraging technology to deliver education to children in under-served communities around the world.
She is the Vice President of PACTPiN – Professional Association of Curriculum Theorists and Practitioners in Nigeria. Rhoda co-founded The Learning Craft and previously served as the chief coordinating officer; providing Curriculum Consultancy and Professional Development for schools and educators across Nigeria.
Rhoda Odigboh is a certified Inclusive Education advocate and practitioner and member of the World Forum Foundation Inclusion Working Group, she is the founder of The Teachers Network – a Facebook Group with over 12,000 teachers from around the world. She likes to be identified as a Teacher.
Taking a look at “Restructuring the curriculum for the New Normal”, Ladies and gentlemen, join Rhoda Odigboh on The Impact Educators Conference.
Adelola Edema (Special Needs Consultant)
Adelola Edema is certified as an Autism Specialist by the International Board on Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES). A graduate of Biology Education, with about 10 years of experience working with children with autism and related disorders. In the last 5 years, she has been supporting students with autism and related disorders in mainstream classrooms.
Adelola Edema is involved in Special Needs advocacy. Through her annual conference, the Special Needs Conference, she educates members of the society on inclusion and engagement of people with special needs in schools, churches, and the workplace. She consults for churches (helping them include children with autism in their children’s churches) and organisations seeking to host individuals with autism at events.
Adelola is a passionate speaker on the subject of special needs and has spoken on several stages on the subject, including TedX Yaba, COME Conference in Ghana, the Special Educators Summer Camp in Nigeria and as a panelist at the annual Autism Conference organised by GTB Orange Initiative.
Joining us to take a look at “Providing for the SEN learners in a virtual classroom”, Ladies and gentlemen, join Adelola Edema on The Impact Educators Conference.