Arrey Tambe Tabot

Arrey Tambe Tabot

Arrey Tambe Tabot

Tech Entrepreneur / Academic

Arrey Tambe Tabot is presently an African Development Bank scholar. In 2012, he founded the EduTeens Science Development Foundation, a non-profit organization based in Nigeria whose work is focused on improving student achievement, teacher effectiveness, and overall school quality through the implementation of technology-led initiatives. Prior to this, he was the Deputy Head of Department for Computer Science at the Nigerian Turkish Nile University where he was awarded the Google CS4HS grant by Google for his work in promoting CS education in Secondary and High schools. He was also a member of the 4-man team that won first prize at the 1st African Grand Challenge in Arusha, Tanzania where they presented their idea to combat maternal sepsis through a Personal Interactive Voice Response System that makes use of mobile phones, Radio Frequency Identification, and Voice Commands. He was a former Google Student Ambassador, and now serves as an Ambassador for the Next Einstein Forum, and an Ambassador for Global Education at A World at School. He was most recently selected as one of 23 young Global Social Changemakers for the White House Emerging Global Leaders Initiative-Atlas Corps Fellowship where he is serving as a Senior Software Engineer at Affinis Labs, an award-winning Social Enterprise based in Virginia. He is also a graduate of the highly prestigious and competitive INSEAD Social Entrepreneurship Program (ISEP) for Founders and CEOs and a frequent conference speaker. Through these varied experiences, he has developed strong project supervision, program evaluation, grant writing, and budget management skills. His interests lie in education, technology, youth development, and social entrepreneurship

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