Sneak Peek Round 3: Our Trainers (BE)

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Training has now been launched in all four cities! Here we share with you the profiles of our trainer’s in Belgium. Look out also for videos introducing our trainer’s via Facebook and Instagram.

Belgium

 

Seyha Nop 

Seyha is an experienced consultant at Accenture with more than 5 years of international experience in management consulting. Seyha has worked on a large array of engagements within the financial industry in cost reduction program; business case definition; operating model definition; large and complex system integration and; data management strategy definition.

 

Adeleye Adetona 

Adeleye’s experience is in the field of Digital Communications Strategy, Social Media Marketing and Creative Media. He has worked with teams and provided these services for clients and brands including FMCGs, start-ups, and Non-Profit Organisations. He is the co-founder of Grappleline, Nigeria, and for VeriCampus, USA. His experience rests also in having trained young entrepreneurs in developing Business Plans using the Business Model Canvas and the Lean Model.

 

 

Abiodun Dominic Odunuga 

A development professional with international project management experience. Adiodun has over six years of experience in the field of Event Management, Project Management, Business Development, Social Entrepreneurship/Innovation, and consulting for small and medium scale enterprises (SMEs). Other field experiences entail development of policy solutions to social and environmental challenges at local, national, regional and global levels.

 

 

Dr Jacinta Lemba 

Jacinta specialises in Business Design and Evaluation with a special interest in development projects and in particular their sustainability and impacts on beneficiaries. She has evaluated several agricultural development interventions in Africa and established best practises for effectiveness and efficiency, which is instrumental to policy and development managers. Currently, she is the co-founder and President of ACP DYSS, an NGO focused on building the capacity of ACP Diaspora youth for development work in their countries in partnership with regional organisations. She is committed to strengthening the effectiveness of pro-poor interventions and the fight against poverty amongst African rural communities.

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