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Teach For Nigeria appoints interim CEO to succeed Folawe Omikunle after 9 Years

Ayodele Olajiga has been appointed as the interim CEO of Teach for Nigeria, following the exemplary nine-year tenure of Folawe Omikunle.
Source: Teach For Nigeria, Facebook.
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Ayodele Olajiga has been appointed as the interim CEO of Teach for Nigeria, following the exemplary nine-year tenure of Folawe Omikunle.

This was announced via the organisation’s social media handles. This change marks a pivotal moment in the organisation’s mission to advance educational equity.

Folawe Omikunle’s tenure as CEO has been marked by her unwavering dedication and passion. Over the past nine years, she has led the organisation to significant milestones, making a lasting impact on its mission. The board of trustees and the entire organisation extend their deepest gratitude to Folawe for her years of service and wish her continued success in her future endeavours.

Ayodele Olajiga, a founding member and respected member of the board of trustees, steps into the role of interim CEO with a wealth of experience and a deep commitment to educational equity. He holds a degree in Electronics and Electrical Engineering from Obafemi Awolowo University, an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management, and a Master’s in Telecommunications from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. His professional journey spans investment banking, management consulting, and entrepreneurship, equipping him with a unique perspective and comprehensive skill set.

The appointment of Ayodele Olajiga as interim CEO signals the organisation’s continued commitment to its core values and mission. His leadership and dedication have already been instrumental in advancing the mission, and the organisation is confident that he will continue to drive it towards greater heights.

With Ayodele at the helm, the organisation looks forward to building on its successes, addressing new challenges, and making greater strides in its quest for educational equity. This new chapter promises fresh insights and dynamic leadership, ensuring a brighter future for education.

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