Ad-Hoc Steering Committee

Uffa Modey
Eko-Konnect Research and Education Initiative

"Uffa Modey is the Community Outreach Coordinator at Eko-Konnect Research and Education Initiative. She is an advocate for youth inclusion in Internet governance and has a B.Eng in Electrical & Electronics Engineering. She is a 2017 ISOC Youth@IGF fellow and a  2018 AfriNIC fellow."

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Tomisin Awosika
University of Lagos

"Tomisin Awosika is a 500 level Computer Engineering Student at the University of Lagos, Lagos State. Her areas of interest include python programming and physical computing."

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Bolutife Adisa
Co-Founder, Digital Grassroots

"Adisa Bolutife is an open-access advocate passionate about issues related to internet access, technology, inclusion, and Internet Governance.  He is a graduate of the University of Lagos with a degree in and electronics engineering. He is an Internet Society 2017 Youth@IGF fellow and OpenCon 2017."

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Charmaine Eweka
MainOne Cable
“I am Charmaine Eweka, I work with MainOne Cable as a Solution Architect, I design network solutions for Enterprise networks and Small businesses. I am a Certified Cisco Professional in Routing and Switching and Collaboration. I am a graduate of Federal University of Technology Akure, Ondo State.”
Femi Daniel
NITDA
Femi Daniel has garnered diverse experience as an active legal practitioner, scholar and accomplished author. He has done extensive research in the legal and regulatory aspects of Information Technology in Nigeria. Femi is currently the Team Lead for Regulations Monitoring and Compliance at NITDA. At NITDA has been actively involved in promoting IT regulations aimed at fostering business, protecting citizens rights and improving cybersecurity.
Gabreal Odunsi
Paradigm Initiative

Gabreal Odunsi has over three years of professional experience in Community Development and Project Management with focus on ICT for development and capacity building for youth. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Geology from Olabisi Onabanjo University and currently works as a Program Officer at Paradigm Initiative, on projects that connect youth in underserved communities to ICT-enabled opportunities in order to improve their livelihoods.

 

Kemi Adepoju
NiRA

Kemi Adepoju is the Head of Business Development at the Nigeria Internet Registration Association (NiRA).  She currently holds an honours degree in Computer and Communication Engineering from the University of Birmingham and a Master Degree in Business Development with International Market from Heriot-Watt University. She is a member of the chartered institute of Marketing UK and she is a member, Board of Trustee at The Bells Alumni Association, Nigeria.

Jacob Danguduro
IXPN

“Jacob Dagunduro is the Senior Network Manager at Internet eXchange Point of Nigeria IXPN and is responsible for managing technical operations. He has led numerous technical projects in IXPN towards growing local internet traffic in Nigeria. He also work with African Union in setting up other Internet exchange point in Africa. Jacob believes everyone is talented and he likes encouraging young people to be their best.”