Prince Folorunsho Adegoke
Ambassador

Prince Folorunsho Adegoke

Abuja, Nigeria

Passionate leader, Journalism and Media Communications Professional with interpersonal communication skills willing to take on new initiatives with a strong commitment to serve.

Prince Folorunsho Adegoke, Journalism and Media Communications Professional is a recipient of various leadership and academic awards who is passionate about using the media and communications channels to impact social development. He believes in the power of storytelling for impact as it relates to development and social change leadership with a strong commitment to taking action to ensure a world where peace, access to healthcare services, education, and human rights are celebrated.

Currently a State House Correspondent at Nigeria's Presidency, he has developed himself in numerous ways through the acquisition of over fifteen (15) certificates on local and international courses/training while currently volunteering in the following areas: Communications Volunteer at Sozo Networks, HundrED Ambassador, Global Citizen Activist, Amnesty Supporter, Global Leadership Panel Member at Fight Cancer Global, Member, Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI Network) among others.

If you are looking for a dedicated individual with leadership skills for high performance, engage Prince Folorunsho Adegoke because he is passionate about training/retraining, development seminars, team work and conferences as well as projects geared towards impacting youths, children and women from low-income communities.

Why do you want to be a part of the HundrED Community?

Innovation makes life better especially through education. This is the reason I am a part of the HundrED Community. With a focus on making positive changes that will directly benefit a classroom, school, district, university, or even an organization’s training and learning practices, I intend to utilize the skills at my disposal to promote the works of HundrED and contribute to the sector's success.

Educators and their institution managers use different approaches to innovation in education which may include; recognizing a need for ideas to be better shared among other teachers in their community and developing processes, also identifying a gap in understanding among the students in their classroom with a view to brainstorming new, creative ways to teaching and learning, and recognizing the need for better communication between teachers and parents while working to create an online system that allows for more transparency in the development of students. 

All of these resonates in my thoughts for wanting to be a part of the HundrED Community and add my voice through the powerful tool of journalism and media communications.

While each of these forms of innovation is very different, each involves an educator following the innovation process in an effort to improve the ways in which the educational system functions.

How can education support students to flourish?

Education can support students to flourish in various ways through skills development, leadership training, team building, life skills empowerment and many more.

It has a very strong power to expand their knowledge and help them live in light.

What role does innovation play in education change?

Innovation is a vital component in the development of education and is especially significant, considering that the young minds being molded by the education system today will be those leading the charge for innovation across the world tomorrow. And if the rapidly changing needs of the current workforce are any indication of what’s to come for future generations, this investment will be necessary in order to continue moving with the fast-changing world. 

Innovation plays a crucial role in education change through curricula and hands-on exposure to the expansive digital tools being used across the world today.

Three HundrED innovations you love. (and Why?)

Design for Change

Roots of Empathy

Youths for Change Initiative

I love these three because I believe that it empowers students at an early stage to be great social change leaders and agents of a peaceful world.