The world is advancing towards the 4IR and it’s time to prepare Africa’s young people to advance towards and become relevant in the future of work. In this episode of Impact Africa, Village2nation CEO, Cindy Adem, share mind blowing ways to get African youth started on it
Meet Our Guest
Cindy Adem is a 27-year old Founder of Village2nation; a digital education company helping African professionals leverage opportunities abundant in the unfolding, post-pandemic digital world of work. She strongly believes that this is the perfect time for young Africans to stand out as competent, ambitious and ready to power our fast-growing continent; even more, she believes that this African renaissance requires all hands on deck and no one should be left behind . She is an alum of the Africa YES Program, an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, a Dalai Lama Fellow, a Young Global Changer, a Tony Elumelu Entrepreneur and a TEDx Speaker. She is incredibly passionate about inclusion, accessibility and the immense opportunities technology provides for young people within the digital economy. She looks up to Muhammed Yunus and Vusi Thembekwayo. She can often be found watching TED Talks or Impact Theory. Also, as an incurably curious mind, Google really is her friend.
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