Yvonne Awosanya-Adefajo is a TV screenwriter, storyteller and participant in the British Council ‘Telling Stories’ Writers’ Workshop.
Tribe of Elzar is a luxury fashion brand that is passionate about adding value to consumer wardrobe through craftsmanship, innovative finishing, technology and design. Our latest collection is centered around the need to improve the quality of life through tech textile. We want our clothes to be more than ‘just clothes’ but to positively impact its wearer.
Thanks to you social entrepreneur Grace Ihejiamaizu and a Global Changemaker listed as the 16th most influential young Nigerian in 2018.
Young Fashion Entrepreneur of the Year
Chiedu's story about his grandmother, an inspirational teacher he encountered was selected as one of the five outstanding stories in recognition of World Teachers Day . The priceless lessons he learnt from her has helped him to breed a class of happy learners who are confident and cherish relationships with others.
Read his full #WorldOfThanks story here
Lauratu is a media development and communication for change professional with over 15 years media industry experience both local and international, Lauratu has over seven years’ experience in the development sector; leading technical work in the areas of the application of conflict sensitive communication, gender inclusion and communication for change approach in media contents, to address conflict and promote peacebuilding.
Olaoluwa Abagun is a lawyer & unapologetic gender equality advocate. She was ushered into advocacy at the tender age of 13 as a Senator in the Nigerian Children's Parliament. She is the Founder of Girl Pride Circle, a registered NGO in Nigeria which advocates for girls’ rights and empowers girls to transform their communities. She envisions a Feminist world, where individuals thrive equally across socio-economic spaces regardless of gender. Everyday, this is the world she wakes up to build.
Shola studied at The National Film and Television School. His debut feature film, A Moving Image, had its World Premiere at The LA Film Festival 2016 in competition for the World Fiction prize, received The Special Recognition Award at The Blackstar Film Festival and won the 2017 Screen Nation Award for the best independent production. Shola is currently developing a feature film called The Last Tree with the BFI.