The African Millennial Show
Inspiring African Millennials To Achieve a Balanced Life - Dr. Yetunde Odugbesan-Omede
Dr. Yetunde A. Odugbesan-Omede is a Professor of Global Affairs and Political Science. She teaches courses on Comparative Politics, Global Issues, American Foreign Policy and Women in Comparative Political Development.
In addition to being a Professor, she is an author, entrepreneur, global speaker, and philanthropist. She is a first-generation Nigerian-American. Born and raised in the United States, Dr. Yetunde has utilized her unique disposition to empower, encourage, and inspire young people to stand out, be bold and be proud of their unique backgrounds.
Her agenda is to equip people, governments, and institutions with skill sets and policies that will promote leadership, ethics, and innovation.
She would be in conversation with Tomi Wale on her new book- Balance & what African Millennials should focus on it achieving a balanced life.
Understanding World View of West African Millennials
Seyi is a Digital Marketer and Content Developer. He led digital teams in the prominent agencies in Africa and also was the social media team for the Muhammadu Buhari Presidential Campaign in 2015. Although, he frequently creates digital skills training programs for 'the undubbed' and creates video content on food, culture, and lifestyle of Africans. 'Seyi is also currently a mentor on the Tony Elumelu Foundation and a fellow of the Mandela Washington Fellowship.
He recently took a break from work to experience different cultures on a road trip through West African countries.
In conversation with Tomi Wale, he shared his experiences with languages, cultural orientation and world view of citizens of West African countries. He also talked about the possibilities of a united Africa in economic and social growth
Understanding The Music Culture of African Millennials
Jide Taiwo is a media executive with a savvy for storytelling, who has spent the past decade working in the entertainment space. Currently, he serves as the Chief Content Officer of Boombuzz, the editorial and storytelling arm of Boomplay, Africa's largest music streaming service.
He got in a conversation with Tomi Wale on the music culture of African Millennials.
Millennials Should Push a Positive African Narratives - Tallulah Doherty
Tallulah Doherty is an award-winning broadcast journalist and TV presenter. She’s currently the co-host of two of the biggest shows on television “Moments” alongside Toke Makinwa and Bolanle Olukanni and “VVIP Events”, which are both on Ebonylifetv. She also hosted the fashion and lifestyle program “Wardrobe Diaries” for the channel. In the early part of her career, she hosted “Fashion 360” and “Style 101” on Spice TV.
In this edition of the African Millennial Radio Show, Tomi Wale and Tallulah Doherty go in on why African Millennials should be more deliberate in pushing clean content and influence a positive narrative of Africa through media.
Here's How African Millennials Perceive Education - Simi Lawoyin
Simi Lawoyin is an independent consultant who creates innovative solutions and programming in Education.
In this episode of The African Millennial Radio Show with Tomi Wale, she shared insights on talked about Millennials and Education. She described Millennials as the most educated, enlightened and well-informed generation ever. She credits this to technology providing a platform for information dissemination. She explained that the abundance of information does not necessarily make this generation the smartest; considering that sometimes, people get overly confident. In her words, “sometimes, there’s only a little substance behind that confidence”.
Understanding What Big Data Says About African Millennial - Ayeni Ekundayo
Ayeni Ekundayo is the CEO of BusinessPlus Services, Leading Digital Marketing/Transformation Agency in Africa focused on helping organizations and companies in both the public and private sectors produce results by presenting them with an extensive range of business solutions to adequately generate traction, interaction, and conversions for clients who make use of digital media. He is an alumnus of the Harvard University, Executive Program where he studied Digital Marketing (Social Media Marketing) and a Google Advertising Partner.
In conversation with Tomi Wale, he discussed the importance of data and why organizations need to invest in data to understand millennials' behaviors and patterns.
How African Millennials Are Leveraging 9-5 To Fuel Side Hustle - Tofunmi Akinseye
Tofunmi Akinseye serves as the CEO/Publisher of Savvy Media Magazine Africa. She also works with MTN Nigeria as a copywriter. Tofunmi has successfully published 8 editions of Savvy Magazine since its inception, 5 years ago. The magazine cover has been graced by notable personalities such as Anni Idibia, Kunle Afolayan, Niniola, Seyi Shay, Yemi Alade, Patoranking, among others.
In conversation with Tomi Wale, she talked about Nine to Five and Side Hustles, work-life balance and how millennials can leverage their nine to five to fuel their passion.
Understanding How African Millennials Handle The Culture of Workplace
Adetoyese Badmus. Graduate of microbiology from Bowen University. Licensed HR practitioner and an associate member of the Chartered Institute of personnel management. In conversation with Tomi Wale, he went all-in on the distinct work culture of Millennials, paying attention to time and including millennials as early as possible for organizational growth!
Chuks Sunesis' Vision and Life's Work Explores The Essence of Creativity and More
Chuks Sunesis' vision and life's work explores the essence of creativity: how it shapes creation, ideas and generates something of value; helping individuals/organisations maximise its application so that they prosper by it.
In a conversation with Tomi Wale on the African Millennial Show, he talked about understanding the behavioral patterns of African Millennials in context and not just through a general assumption that hides reality and limits the ability to solve inherent problems. He went on to emphasize the importance of millennials getting active in government and policy.
Here's How Your organization Can Balance The Strengths of GenX and Millennials
Oluwatoyin David Ajayi is an HR professional with 9 years’ private and public sector experience distinguished by extraordinary, proven ability to engage wide and deep by cultivating trust, rapport and credibility with senior executives, networking and building relationships to create value.In conversation with Tomi Wale, he talked about organizations should balance the strengths of GenX and especially millennials in ensuring relevance, productivity, and growth.