The Dr. Pamela Hartigan Prize for Best Social Innovator started in 2017. The Award recognizes an outstanding SIP Alumni who have translated the learning and professional insights acquired from the fellowship into channeling innovative solutions to address critical social problems in society. It is sponsored by Mrs. Ndidi Nwuneli and was created in line with the … Continue reading SIP Alumnus and The Dr. Pamela Hartigan Prize Winner attends Oxford Saïd Entrepreneurship Forum (OSEF) 2019
Recently at the office, we had a brainstorming session on how best our nonprofit can serve beneficiaries using technology. This resulted in an intense conversation about the possibilities of employees losing their relevance as there are technological alternatives to carrying out the tasks in their job description. Then a colleague asked a billion-dollar question that … Continue reading Has Technology Stolen our Jobs or Made New Ones?
Sometimes, the most insignificant input can generate the most outstanding outcome. Ms. Ayogu Juliana is an English Language/ Literature-In-English Teacher at New Era Girls Senior Secondary School, Lagos, Nigeria. She is also a LEAP Africa trained teacher-facilitator of the iLEAD curriculum in the ‘Be The Change’ Programme. She narrates how she has used the “Icebreaker” … Continue reading “How Icebreakers are helping me connect with my students” – Ayogu Juliana