The Board of Trustees of Impact Africa Foundation (IAF) is pleased to announce the appointment of Kehinde Fadare as a volunteer Education Ambassador for the Foundation. This is in line with our determination to support the education of indigent children across Africa.
Kehinde Fadare is a graduate of History and International Studies from the Lagos State University, Ojo. He is a member of Toastmasters international and also a student member of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations. He was the 2016 KOLIP fellow of Nigerian Leadership Initiative.
Kehinde was among the young people selected across eight West African Countries in March 2016 for the president Barack Obama West Africa Young African Leadership Initiative. He was awarded the most creative participant. During his NYSC, Kehinde initiated and executed "Give a wheelchair Lagos" project through which he presented 15 wheelchairs and clothes to 15 randomly selected physically challenged people in Lagos. He also led a team of seven individuals to donate 20 chairs and 20 desks to pupil of Shogunle Nursery and Primary School, Ikeja, Lagos. He is a recipient of Lagos state honourary award for contribution to development.
In further pursuance to make impact, Kehinde voluntarily trained 400 students of Babs Fafunwa Senior Secondary School, Ojodu, Lagos on Public Speaking Skills.
His duties as an ambassador of the Foundation include, representing the Foundation at public engagements, Identification of projects and providing input into the Foundation's programmes.
Congratulations Kehinde Fadare!