Passionate social researcher about grassroots and community development. He is a graduate in Sociology and Anthropology from the prestigious University of Calabar and holds a higher diploma in Computer Software Application from Mater Misericordia Computer Institute. He has expertise in digital tech, marketing, and sustainability. Samuel has professional recognition as a climate activist and environmentalist and gender and human right instructor by FIGHR (UN affiliated organization). With over 3 years of professional working experience in the development sector on climate and environment, education, gender, social justice, and advocacy, Samuel is a certified climate and health educator. He is a certified community facilitator for women and children, and a global youth representative and speaker. Samuel has been a speaker in several global forums like World Sustainable Development Forum, Youth Leadership Network, Earth odyssey, Vox Media, POP Festival, MOCK COP26, UN Climate Change Dialogue, Warsaw Executive meeting on Loss and Damage, Santiago Committee Network on loss and damage to address climate change, advocacy, and grassroots mobilization, and many more. He is a recipient of global leadership awards, recognitions and appreciations. Samuel is a spokesperson for MOCK COP26, an Ambassador for UNODC Education for Justice (e4j), Ambassador for POP Movement Africa, Ambassador for Global Youth Climate Action Initiative, Team Partner at Eco City and Cheers, Team Lead Partner representing Africa on a Global Campaign #NotYetRecycled by JF media. Samuel has received global recognition from over 40 countries. He is also a Fellow of the Federation of International Gender and Human Rights, GUNZ Leadership Institute, UNESCO Center; Peace Land Nigeria, and an SDGs Champion (Nigeria) 2020.
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