CareerNation, an American based Human Resources Consulting has elected its third outside member to the Board of Advisors for the Visiting Women’s Executive Exchange Program (VWEEP) at Yale University.
Kemi Fadojutimi a Nigerian from Ondo State anchors “All Eyes on Africa Show” and “Dia2dream,” two programs developed and designed to promote Africa and Africans in the Diaspora via television, radio, and the Internet via social networking/media.
Kemi provides the platform for individuals and organizations interested in African development programs and projects to showcase their visions, missions, services and information: a good and cheap marketing/public relations opportunity for the featured business or individual.
She supports African Youths (who reportedly currently represent 63% of the African workforce) by organizing a series of workshops, seminars and forums that are tailored toward their empowerment, capacity building, skill acquisition and self-reliance.
CareerNation is excited to collaborate with Kemi, whose wealth of experience in program development and educational endeavors have prospered across Africa. “We are extremely grateful and optimistic to have attained Kemi for our own program development, and we know that she will provide valuable input as we move forward through the marketing stages of the program,” says the VWEEP Program Manager, Zachary Avina.
Recently, Kemi was also appointed as one of the Delegates that represented the State of Maryland’s Office of the Secretary of State for the “Maryland and Nigeria Sister State Relationship.” She, quite impressively, continues to serve on the various Corporate and International Boards, now adding the VWEEP Advisory Board to the list.