[FREE ONLINE EVENT]
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?
Agbede Oluwaseyi (Host)
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 “The People Puzzle”, make it a date with the host of the Impact educators Conference, Oluwaseyi Agbede.
Adetutu Ogunjobi (Head of School, The Silver Crest School, Lagos)
Adetutu is an educator per excellence with over 9years experience in school headship and leadership. She is a millennial teacher who offers contemporary and modern solutions to the needs of a growing school. She is an instructional coach, a curriculum builder, curriculum implementor, a teacher -trainer and an education consultant. She is passionate about sharing knowledge and growth mindset for a school community at Large.
Adetutu is the HeadTeacher at SilverCrest School in Lagos. She is also the Lead Trainer at Twenty-Two Consult. She started her career as an assistant class teacher in Greensprings School over 10years ago. Adetutu is a graduate of Caritas University with a Masters Degree in Education from the University of South Wales, UK. She is currently pursuing a PHD in Education Leadership. She is an ordained minister in the body of Christ. She is married and blessed with 2 children.
Ladies and gentle, to shed more light on “Multiple Streams of income for a 21st Century Educator”, join Adetutu Ogunjobi to the Impact Educators Conference.
Linah Anyango (Girls-in-STEM advocate & Teacher at Regis School, Kenya)
Linah is a Biology and Chemistry teacher at Regis School Runda. In her 12 years of teaching, she has been coming up with innovative ways of improving learning outcomes among marginalized girls in Mombasa. In her quest to inspire girls to venture in the STEM field, she started the Girls in STEM club in her school, where she trains girls in Digital Literacy, invites mentors to speak to them and also prepares them for various STEM fairs. She has also been running an after school free coding sessions for teens in Ganahola slum, Mombasa.
Linah is a renowned speaker in both local and international EduTech Conferences where she has shared her insights on the role of ICT integration in transforming learning experiences and improving learning outcomes. As a teacher coach, she has coached over 300 teachers on integrating various digital tools in teaching and learning. When schools were closed due to Covid-19 pandemic, she ensured that learning does not stop by training and coaching her colleagues on remote learning and she has been a Microsoft Innovative Educator Trainer and Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert from 2018.
Linah has received several recognitions for her contribution towards transforming education and was listed among the Top 50 Teachers in world in 2020. She is a BettMEA Advisory Board Member, Techwomen 2019 Fellow, YALI alumni, Annual EduTech Conference speaker and ICT integration coach.
Taking a look at “Promoting STEM education amongst girls”, ladies and gentlemen, make a date with Linah Anyango at the Impact Educators Conference.
Efua Elens-Edeh (Development Consultant, Social Impact Consulting, Abuja)
Efua Elens-Edeh is currently a Development Consultant, researcher, teacher and public speaker who works to empower organizations institutionally, to advocate for change in democracy in their chosen thematic areas.
As the founder and Chief Development Officer of Social Impact Consulting formerly Trullyunique Limited, she teaches seminars to ensure organizations are able to realize the power within to enact change in society.
Efua received her B.S. in Chemistry from Saint Xavier University, Chicago and her M.B.A. in Public Administration from Keller Graduate School of Management. In addition, she received a First Bank Sustainability Certificate from Lagos Business School, and a Social Sector Management Certificate from the Enterprise Development Center.
Efua is also a founding member of the United Congress of Community and Religious Organizations, an alliance that brings diverse organizations in Illinois to address systemic issues of oppression to people of color.
As a consultant, Efua has worked with clients including the National Democratic Institute, Chemonics International, DevTech Systems, and many more, providing technical support to Nonprofit Organizations around Nigeria providing support in Program Management, Monitoring and Evaluation, Advocacy and Institutional strengthening.
Ladies and gentlemen, joining us to take a look at “The role of education in improving impact”, join Efua Elens-Edeh at The Impact Educators Conference