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Adetola Salau

Carisma4U Educational Foundation
Ms Adetola Salau is a social innovative entrepreneur, global educator, author and transformation agent. She is the founder and Executive Director of Carisma4U Educational Foundation. It’s a social innovation enterprise that transforms learning on getting African children future-ready, using STEM. Her current project “C4UVerse” are STEM hubs where children, teachers and parents will be engaged in hands on workshops both online and offline that boost 21st century skills. Adetola worked on this project during the 2018 Spring Cohort of the MIT innovation and entrepreneurship bootcamp at Brisbane, Australia of which she was selected to be a part of the Spring 2018 cohort. Her purpose is to transform learning in Africa especially STEM Education for the economic prosperity and future readiness for over 2 million children in Africa by the year 2030. She is also an Engineer and the author of more than ten books, one of which has been critically acclaimed as a roadmap for transforming our educational system; “Re-engineering minds for innovation” She has a B. Sc in Chemistry from Fordham University, New York, with a medal as the best student in Chemistry. She later went on to get a M.Sc in Chemical Engineering and another in Engineering Management from Syracuse University in New York. She is currently working on a PhD in Chemical Engineering with a specialty in Environmental Engineering. She worked for the City of New York Board of Education; has a permanent Math educator license for the State of New York. Also taught in California, South Carolina and North Carolina respectively. Is a STEM certified expert in STEM pedagogy. She has taught students from the 6th grade to teaching at Fordham University as an Adjunct Lecturer. She is passionate about education and is an advocate for education reform globally especially in Africa. She is driven by the desire to help students in Africa become future ready and innovate for their own economic prosperity (using STEM Education-STEM stands for Science Technology Engineering Mathematics.) She has since consulted widely with stakeholders and presided over several symposiums and seminars. One of her motivations is her belief that STEM subjects can be accessible to the average student/person if the right methods are utilized.

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