OTTO, Orondaam

Born 1987
Orondaam Otto is a Development Consultant, Social Entrepreneur, Educator and Founder of Slum2School Africa. He is a community organizer passionate about social reforms, nation building and community development. He also consults for corporate organizations, social enterprises, NGOs, and governmental institutions, helping develop sustainable solution-based social interventions. Otto Orondaam resigned from his job in the bank in 2012 and founded Slum2School Africa, which has grown to become one of Africa's leading volunteer driven developmental organizations, providing education and health support for disadvantaged children in slums and remote communities. In 6 years Otto has worked with over 7000 volunteers across 31 countries to provide educational scholarships and series of support to over 32,000 children from 18 communities across Nigeria, built various early childhood development centers, e-library, health center and computer development centers serving thousands of children.
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Founder, Slum2School Africa; Ambassador, Junior Achievement Nigeria; Chair, African Regional Advisory Board, Young African Leaders Initiative, West and Central; Trustee and Board member, Lagos State Employment Trust Fund

– Member, Human Capital Development / Education Committee, Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG);
– Member, Commonwealth Alliance for Young Entrepreneurs, West Africa;
– Fellow, LEAP Social Innovator;
– Fellow, Mandela Washington;
– Member, The Education Reform Team

University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt; CUPE International, United Kingdom; United Nations University for Peace, Costa Rica; Henley Business School, United Kingdom; Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

– Recipient, Lagos state Honors Award, “Most Outstanding Corps Member”, 2012;
– Recipient, Nigerian CSR Awards;
– Recipient, The Future Awards, Innovation in education, 2012;
– Recipient, The Future Awards, Innovation in education, 2013.

Orondaam Otto was recognized by the Presidency as one of the top 100 Nigerian Youths.


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