Conversations with Anu
By Anu Olanrewaju
It is good to have you here,
Conversations with Anu is a platform where real conversations about things matter to real people. In this podcast, I interview young professionals in different fields, particularly the development space who create and make a change in their communities and society. Also, I shed light on the truth of our individuality, vulnerabilities, and share my top lessons from the book I read as well as 'how tos' on any area of interest.
Conversations with AnuFeb 15, 2022
Random - Feeling discouraged? Please listen
In this episode, I share how receiving the Father's love have changed my life. From being stuck up to freedom living in Peace, Love, Joy, Tranquility and Rest! Are you feeling overwhelmed or tired, clueless or confused? then please listen, it will be worth your time.
Random - How to achieve your goals for the next 6 months.
*peeps in* *clears throat*
In this episode, I share my process on how I have attained results for the first 6 months of year (Gregorian calendar) 2022 that can be applied for the remaining 6 months of the year. Pretty random but with lessons that will be value for you at this time of your life.
Part 2: Building a career in tech through self-learning with Precious Madubuike
In this episode #conversationswithanu my guest Precious Madubuike who is a self-taught #productdesigner at Meta (nee Facebook) shares his career journey and learnings from dropping out of university, to being a product designer in big tech through self learning. This was a recorded closed room session on zoom, and such participant were able to ask questions and engage.
Don't miss the next episode. It will be worth your time.
Join the #cwa Community here: www.conversationswithanu.com
Part 1: Building a career in tech through self-learning with Precious Madubuike
Part 1. In this episode #conversationswithanu my guest Precious Madubuike who is a self-taught #productdesigner at Meta (nee Facebook) shares his career journey and learnings from dropping out of university, to being a product designer in big tech through self learning. This was a recorded closed room session on zoom, and such participant were able to ask questions and engage.
Don't miss Part 2. It will be worth your time.
Join the #cwa Community here: www.conversationswithanu.com
Navigating Careers in Development and Policy with Abisola Babalola
Communication strategies for a Tech Startup with Ugo Iwuchukwu
Trust me, it was a lots of fun.
Ugo has a passion for helping businesses speak to their audience. He started his career working in social media communications for some of Nigeria's highest-grossing films at EbonyLife Media and has helped different multinational brands define their digital communication strategies.
Project management in Health technology with Taiwo Osinubi
He is an organised, articulate, and self-motivated Project Manager with 5+ years of experience specialising in business to customer sales, merchant acquisition, helpdesk, product deployment, technology, and product support. He has successfully deployed and digitised patient medical records across 100+ Hospitals in West Africa, this has exposed him to support Linux and Windows Server environments including several CRM and project management tools (Microsoft Project, Zendesk, Jira, ClickUp, Trello, Asana, etc).
My Career transition story with Golden Dennar
Seatback, relax and enjoy!
Leadership questions with Honorable Seyi Adisa
The role of creativity and innovation in social entrepreneurship with Olabanke Subair
The business of Social impact with Ruth Diyan Ebe
Though a licensed medical doctor from the National Medical University, Kyiv Ukraine, she currently serves as the Head of Operations at Slum2Schol Africa. Enjoy
Bridging the gender gap in Agricultural development with Oluwabukola Makinde
An alumnus of George H.W. Bush School of Government and Public Service, she was awarded the prestigious James W. McGrew research capstone award associated with the American Association of Public Administrators. Enjoy
Personal development series: Tips on how to host online global event.
Not sure how to host an upcoming virtual event, you want to watch this. Like and share. Enjoy!
Book series: Top 5 lessons from THRIVE by Arianna Huffington
Hey there, welcome to my book series where I share my top lessons from the books I have read.
I share my top lessons from the book 'Thrive' by Arianna Huffington. They are:
3. Pay attention
4. Be Present
Have you read the book? Share your lessons with me on Instagram @anu.olanrewaju
If you haven't, you will also learn!
Youth Leadership in Africa's Development with Francess Awunor
Francess Awunor, Founder and Convener of the AfriConvo Series is a lawyer and water policy Analyst hailing from Nigeria. She is passionate about continental development and environmental actions for the Ocean. At AfriConvo Series, Francess has led thought-provoking conversations with other inspiring African youth leaders who are championing the cause of development in the content, and through this initiative, Francess propels young Africans to channel their career expertise towards continental development. Enjoy
Global Development for young professionals
Seun Olagunju is a Global Development professional; and currently the regional manager, Sub-Saharan Africa at Peace First, where she leads the organization's program operations in over 30 countries.
I asked her the following questions:
1. What does global development mean for you? And Why?
2. What's your work and greatest success in the development space so far?
3. What are the biggest challenges you have faced? And how are you overcoming them?
4. You currently take action on the SDG 4 of Quality Education through your non-profit ‘Beyond the Surface development initiative’ please could you tell us more?
5. What do you love doing the most in your work?
6. What advice will you give young people who want to enter into the development space?
7. Being a young person is........?
8. Call to Action
Young Women’s Participation in political leadership with Patricia Zanella
As a women’s rights advocate and proponent for social justice and sustainability, at the age of 22, Zanella ran for congress and received almost 10,000 votes. Enjoy!
Digital innovation for social impact with Michael Onobote
He has worked on several national and regional projects helping international organizations optimize the education to employment/entrepreneurship pathways as well as implementing strategies for job creation.
He is currently an independent consultant at the African Development Bank leading the Coding for Employment digital skills program across the continent. Enjoy!
Introducing the conversation with Anu series
This is an introduction to the conversations with Anu series that premiered on Saturday, 24 April 2021 on Instagram Live. Please listen.