Edusko Holds "Meet the Emeritus"; A Monthly Hangout Event for Education Stakeholders

Meet the Emeritus by Edusko

Meet The Emeritus is a monthly hangout event for school leaders, educators, education entrepreneurs and policy makers to meet, network, learn, collaborate, have fun and grow together. Each month, an experienced and successful education entrepreneur, educator and policy maker is invited to share his/her wealth of experience with the registered and invited participants.

How it works

  • Meet the Emeritus is a 2-hour moderated discussion program.
  • Our special guest will be engaged by a moderator for about 45 minutes while the remaining time will be dedicated to Q & A.

February Edition

Our special guest for February edition is Mrs. Olubunmi Egbeyemi.

Mrs. Olubunmi Egbeyemi is the Managing Director at Foreshore School, Ikoyi, Lagos. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from the University of Lagos. As a product of a family of educationists and due to her passion for children, she went on to pursue a postgraduate diploma in Education from the University of Lagos in 1993. She started her career in the education sector as the Administrator of May Day School, where she spent 10 years before establishing Tenderloving Childcare (now The Foreshore School) in 2007.

She will be discussing with us on whose responsibility it is to invest in education.

  • Venue:  Education Hub, City Hall, Catholic Mission Street, Lagos Island
  • Date:     16 February, 2018
  • Time:    4pm – 6pm

Attendance for Meet the Emeritus is free for all the participants but registration must be confirmed due to the limited number of seats. 

REGISTER HERE!

This event is powered by Edusko Africa and supported by Teach for Nigeria

Comments

I Guess this is really going to help out in my quest for knowledge in this sector.

I am a season administrator working presently with a certified internationally recognised school in Lagos. I hope this meeting will enhance my productivity.

I would like to connect with other educators.

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