Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the Rebrand Nigeria Ambassadors Series!
Once again, we have another amazing educator we would like to showcase to the world. He holds a BSc in Human Physiology from Madonna University, Rivers State, Nigeria. He is a teens coach and a creative thinker. His passion for education and leadership building is highly commendable as the impact he has made in the lives of children in many underdeveloped communities in Nigeria is outstanding.
His name is Bright Ebiasuode Kemasuode; founder of Edusort. His organisation is centered on creating education equity and excellence by bridging the gap of illiteracy in the education system of vulnerable and low-income communities. With his many years of experience in STEM and leadership training and tutorship, his organisation builds individuals with the required skills for the 21st century work environment by training teachers and students alike. Over 1000 students and 200 teachers have benefited from the education services of Edusort.
Since 2017, Bright has been working as an ISTE certified Master Teacher at WAAW Foundation and Level Up Village (online global class platforms) where he teaches STEM enrichment courses to students situated in different countries. The program promotes e-learning and one-on-one collaborations between students across the globe on diverse STEM subjects and projects.
Bright is currently a Fellow of Teach for Nigeria. The organisation is focused on curbing education inequality by building global leaders through education in Nigeria’s poor and underserved communities. As a fellow, he concentrates on developing the academic and non-academic outcomes of the pupils. Six of his pupils have gained full scholarship from Shima TY Foundation, Calabar for their primary school education at Saint Marys Roman Catholic Mission School Ayetoro, Ogun state.
Bright has trained over 700 teenagers on leadership skills and STEM (Science Technology Engineering Arts and Mathematics) programs at The Arrows Leadership and Development Foundation as a volunteer.
He was awarded as the only African recipient at the 2019 Empatico Teachers Global Classroom Challenge where over 34 countries were represented.
God bless Nigeria!!