Hello Again! Welcome to another episode of the Impact Africa Podcast on Faithflows Radio & Podcast. In this episode Joseph Etim, an ingenious young African, speaks on how young people can break through perceived limitations and gives a roadmap to success in the digital economy.
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Joseph, a brand and media consultant, youth reformer, social entrepreneur and leader is the founder of Young People Connect Africa: an organization with a fast growing community of change makers. Joseph is an alumni of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) programme, Regional Leadership Centre Accra. Joseph is currently the communications lead for The International Centre for Energy and Environment (ICEED).
Joseph through YPCAfrica has changed the lives of young Africans, equipped them with creative, independent, employability and workplace skills in the entrepreneurial and technology driven contexts to improve Africa’s Economy and lead in social development beginning from Nigeria.
Since 2018, Joseph as Convener has hosted the most anticipated Connect Conference with more than two thousand participants since inception.
Joseph through partnership and collaboration has engaged, equipped and connected young people to new opportunities, impact projects and startup ideations with core focus on income, influence and impact.
Joseph was nominated for the prestigious FBI awards for influence through education and social good, he came second place in the final rankings.
Joseph is certified in personality branding and career fit by Skill-Hub Business School, Nigeria.
Joseph works with ICEED Nigeria, Nigeria’s leading organization driving sustainable energy and climate change ideas and action as the communication strategist.
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