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Thursday, February 27 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
EDUCATING THE NEW TRIBE...Rearing a generation focused on innovations for the future Queue Early!

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This interactive discussion will highlight the bridge between future skills and basic education in Nigeria. The World Economic Forum has identified the top 10 skills of the future as Complex problem solving, Critical thinking, Creativity, people management, Coordinating with others, Emotional Intelligence, Service Orientation, Negotiation and Cognitive flexibility. It is therefore important to highlight the value that basic education contributes to building these future skills.

Speakers leading this session will also discuss the roles and responsibilities of various stakeholders in rearing a generation focused on innovations for the future to bring Nigeria to a recognized state of leadership in emerging trends and future technology

Attendees will gain a better understanding of the relevance of basic education in developmental growth and the need to focus on global future skills.

Speakers
avatar for Folawe Omikunle

Folawe Omikunle

Chief Executive Officer, Teach For Nigeria
I am a Social Entrepreneur interested in fighting education inequity.
avatar for Ola Oyo

Ola Oyo

Co-Founder, Dots
Ola Oyo is a Co-Founder of My EXPO App, a visual learning assistant that uses animation to help simplify topics for students preparing for O-Level and JAMB examinations. He also co-founded KiaKiaFX, a fin-tech company that allows users to easily swap FX from the comfort of their mobile... Read More →
avatar for Oreoluwa Lesi

Oreoluwa Lesi

Executive Director, Women's Technology Empowerment Centre - W.TEC
Oreoluwa Lesi is the Founder and Executive Director of the Women’s Technology Empowerment Centre (W.TEC). W.TEC is a Nigerian nonprofit organisation committed to building a more inclusive technology ecosystem, with the next generation of women technology creators, entrepreneurs... Read More →
avatar for Adebola Williams

Adebola Williams

CEO, RED | For Africa
Adebola Williams is a Nigerian media entrepreneur, journalist, and political activist.He is co-founder/CEO of RED, home of several well-known brands including The Future Awards Africa, YNaija.com, StateCraft Inc, amongst others.Described as “the man with the golden touch” by... Read More →
avatar for Modupe Adefeso-Olateju

Modupe Adefeso-Olateju

Managing Director, The Education Partnership (TEP) Centre
Modupe (Mo) Adefeso-Olateju is Managing Director of The Education Partnership Centre (TEP Centre) and a policy expert specializing in public-private partnerships in education. She leads workstreams on a range of education sector support initiatives funded or assisted by international... Read More →


Thursday February 27, 2020 4:00pm - 5:00pm WAT
Speakeasy Suite