Interview with Designing for Impact course champion, Simon Peter Gana

Simon Peter Gana

Tell us about yourself and what you do?

I am Simon Peter Gana, an international education volunteer from the Philippines. I work as a Literacy and Numeracy Adviser at the Teacher Training College (TTC) De La Salle Byumba, Gicumbi District, Northern Province, Rwanda. I help TTC teachers further develop their professional teaching skills particularly in English and Math. I implement the project components Literacy, Language and Learning Initiative Project of USAID in cooperation with VSO Rwanda, KIE and EDC. Continue reading “Interview with Designing for Impact course champion, Simon Peter Gana”

Interview with AMI’s first Champion, Yomi Olufiade

Yomi

Tell us about yourself and what you do.

I am Yomi Olufiade, a male of Nigerian extraction. I turn 39 on September 26 (a few days away from here). I am married to my lovely wife, ‘Funmilola and our union is blessed with three kids – a boy, ‘Fifunmi and two girls, ‘Fikemi and ‘Fikunmi. My first degree is in Electronic/Electrical Engineering from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria but today I work in the field of personal development consulting as a coach, speaker and trainer. And I’m also a pastor and Bible teacher. Continue reading “Interview with AMI’s first Champion, Yomi Olufiade”