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Archive of the posts written by author : Segun MIPAD.

Meet Ismaeel Ahmed

Barrister Ismaeel Ahmed was born and raised in the ancient commercial city of Kano. He graduated from the University of Abuja with a Law degree, a Master of Arts in International Relations and Diplomacy from Webster University in the USA, and an LL.M…

Meet David Moinina Sengeh

  David Moinina Sengeh is the Chief Innovation Officer for the Directorate of Science, Technology, and Innovation in Sierra Leone. He is a TED Senior Fellow. In May 2018 Sengeh joined the Office of the President of Sierra Leone, working as chief innovation officer. He ensured that each child…

Meet Carolyn Joy Ratzlaff Parker

  Carolyn Parker is a U.S. Foreign Service Officer who joined the State Department in 2011. Currently, she is the Visa Chief at U.S. Embassy Abuja, where she runs a multinational staff that is part of the largest visa processing operation in Africa.…

Meet Aya Chebbi

Aya Chebbi, an award-winning Pan-African feminist. She is the first African Union Youth Envoy and the youngest diplomat at the African Union Commission Chairperson’s Cabinet. She is the founder of multiple platforms such as Youth Programme of Holistic Empowerment Mentoring (Y-PHEM) coaching the next generation…

Meet Akua Gyekye

Akua Gyekye is Facebook’s Public Policy Manager for Africa, where she focuses on issues relating privacy, safety and security, freedom of expression, the impact of the Internet on economic growth, and new opportunities for democratic engagement across Sub-Saharan Africa. Before joining Facebook, Akua…

Meet Aisha Augie-Kuta

  She is is a Nigerian photographer and filmmaker based in Abuja. She is a conservative Muslim and Hausa from Argungu local government in northern Nigeria. She won the award for Creative Artist of the year at the 2011 The Future Awards. She currently works as the Senior Special Assistant to the Governor of Kebbi State, Nigeria…

Meet Áurea Carolina de Freitas e Silva

Áurea Carolina de Freitas e Silva is a sociologist, political scientist and Brazilian Marxist, elected to the Municipality of Belo Horizonte for the Socialism and Freedom Party. She is an activist of the struggles for the inclusion of women, youth and the black population. She was elected federal deputy in the general…

MIPAD open “The Door of Return” FREETOWN, a Business and Cultural Heritage Tourism Travel package in partnership with Destination Africa and Office of First Lady, Sierra Leone

  Happy to announce MIPAD in collaboration with the First Lady of Sierra (Valedictorian Class of 2018) commemorates the 400th anniversary of transatlantic slavery with the Door of Return: Freetown. Theme: Freedom. What does freedom mean to you? Mind, Body, Soul, Financially, Emotionally,…

Meet Nereida Lobo Founder of the Little Crowns foundation

Nereida Lobo is the founder of a Little Crowns and MIPAD Honoree of the Class of 2018 from Cape Verde based in the US Little Crowns ™️ is a non-profit organization with a mission to provide educational materials to children in underprivileged communities.…

MIPAD celebrates her own on International Women’s Day

If  you educate a Man, You educate an Individual, But if you educate a Woman, You educate a Nation – African Proverb As the world celebrates women today, MIPAD takes out time to celebrate her own who are exceptional in their sphere of expertise…

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