Name: Oluremi Isaac
Date of Birth: November 15, 1993
Education: B.Tech in Physics Electronic
Occupation: Book reading trainer and a volunteer
Please describe your vision of a world that works for everyone.
For vision is to nurture youth to be a better version of themselves.
What do you see as the most pressing problems facing the world today?
The most pressing problem facing the world right now is poverty, larger percentage of the world population are living in poverty.
How do you feel these problems could best be solved?
This problem can be solved through individual and collective effort, empowering people to stand on there own to generate income by providing funds and government of individual nations should also provide jobs for people earns. Different organization can also help to ease the poverty level in the society.
I am Oluremi Isaac, a graduate of Physics and Electronics from the Federal University of Technology Akure Ondo state Nigeria, I am a Book therapist and fellow African changemaker, a trained and certified leadership coach also a member of YALI network with over 16 certificates. YALI Online courses across all fields of life. I am an Alumni of KIST, an Alumni of Young transformation initiative, graduate of Regimented leadership developmental hub, a graduate of Mike Oladipo Global influence Across the globe with the award of overall outstanding student cohort 3 and currently the Male Governor for Mogi Global leadership school graduate center. I am a member and leadership trainer at Ornasview career club also Alumni of Alpha Global Leadership Academy, A certified Social Change maker, and Sdgs Advocate, Certified member of Change begin in me. I am a personal development coach with a focus on purpose driven lifestyle; a reader, a writer and a transformational speaker. I have served twice as an executive in fellowship with an award as the best final year student of the year and I also coordinated my level and earned the best level award in my time awarded by the Ceanika foundation. I was once a publicist and correspondent at the Campus Connect network Futa chapter. I was once a member of the humanity project Africa, Alumni Commonwealth100. I have had several volunteering engagements with humanitarian organizations and have had the privilege to speak on radio and several conference both offline and online. I so much believe in serving humanity in value and impact; that’s what I live for. I love reading books and I run a book therapy hub that trains people on how to read their personal development book, which I read 60 books last year and currently reading 37 books this year. I’m always willing to learn at all times.