Sunday, September 15, 2019

Thabo Mbeki Foundation 4IR Report on Education

#DSYInspireSessions such an honor to speak with fellow educators, researchers, teachers and practitioners on 21st Century Education & 4IR on the sidelines of #AF19 #WEF #WEFAfrica19 💡 Kanea #GamorLegacy
Panelists on 21st Century Education and the 4th Industrial Revolution

🇿🇦 South Africa former President Thabo Mbeki on the sidelines of WEF spoke up against #XenophobiaInSouthAfrica and characterized recent events particularly as heinous crime against specific black shop owners that are being made to be #Xenophobia #AF19

Panelists with former President Thabo Mbeki & South African Minister of Education Angie Motshekga

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“Lead for Impact”WEF Shapers Summit 2019 Geneva, Switzerland 🇨🇭

#GraceAddict The opportunity to present our full selves in sharing empathetic knowledge that leads to equitable & sustainable impact globally 🌍(starting from Africa). ⁣




🙏🏾Grateful for this new journey on the Impact & Knowledge Advisory Council of the Global Shapers & the 450+ interactions we have in Geneva 🇨🇭 at the World Economic Forum, HQ. ⁣

  
🌟 Our work for improving the state of our world has only just begun. hashtag#AfricaWeWant hashtag#WorldWide hashtag#Wakanda hashtag#ShapingKnowledge hashtag#ShapingImpact hashtag#MosquitoClaps hashtag#GamorLegacy Unpacking Africa 4.0 | 4th Industrial Revolution Africa
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Strategic Intelligence: Youth Perspectives on Global Issues


I had the honor to host a presentation on the Strategic IQ application (free to download on both Android and Apple stores) that the World Economic Forum is eagerly working on and to become a co-curating for Youth Perspectives on knowledge curation moving forward. One of my personal goals in engaging with the Forum is to democratize where information for policy and impact is sourced from and to elevate African voices (our failures and successes) so we ALL (including those in the global North) learn something.


🚨 Link to download on Apple App Store here: Strategic IQ by World Economic Forum https://apps.apple.com/gh/app/strategic-iq/id1454211238

A phenomenal strategic intelligence reporting resources that I’m actively engaged in in having more insights from diverse thinkers; traditionally marginalized opinions and effective youth contributions moving forward. #ShapingKnowledge #Kane #WEF #GamorLegacy


Time/Place:
Global Shapers Annual Summit of the World Economic Forum in Geneva, 30 August – 1 September 2019 Geneva – Atrium Copyright by World Economic Forum / Pascal Bitz
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Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Happy #InternationalYouthDay

“Given constant technological advances, the demands of the future of work require innovative thinking that is empathetic and empowers people as impactful economic agents locally and globally,” — Emmanuel Agbeko Gamor

Here is Why the world needs the youth revolution more than ever.

Happy #InternationalYouthDay

Inspired by the community of impactful leaders and the global work who put in work daily to improving our state of the world. ✨





In what ways are you or someone youthful (also can be at heart) positively leading in your community? 💕
Share your insights by kindly taking the Shaping the Future of Work survey🌍 World Economic Forum + Global Shapers #GamorLegacy
Full Link: World Economic Forum article here: “The Youth Revolution is More Powerful Than Ever
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Friday, July 27, 2018

The Pursuit of #Mastery: 2017, 2018 and beyond...

It's crazy how time flies. I checked on this blog (unabashedly from my last 2016 post finding an okada in Osu) and realized the variety - and blessings of growth - I have experienced over the last 24 months: from my one-year sabbatical teaching Entrepreneurial Leadership at African Leadership University & attending the African Leadership Network summit in Mauritius. Yes, I was living in beautiful Mauritius, specifically at Port Chambly a few minutes from the capital Port Louis for 12 months curriculum designing, facilitating and engaging with students from over 40 African countries... #TeacherGamor



To my enrolling in a Masters in Management, Innovation Studies program at University of Witwatersrand Business School, where I have been: 1. Awarded a Post-Graduate Merit Scholarship 2. Featured in the Business School Management Degree program (page 5)! #Mastery



O then my former ALU colleague and co-founder Zinhle and I started and Ed-Tech start-up edu Kanea that is based in the continent-renowned Tshimologong Digital District in Johannesburg, South Africa. On Africa Day, I shared my thoughts on what the pursuit of mastery, my 2018 mantra, means and how has permeated and informed my decisions and life-choices in making a big bet on my own growth and professional development. The essence of what I was sharing besides the pursuit of deep knowledge and mastery in our chosen career fields in living purpose-driven lives; was to also acknowledge what my mother aptly shared as being intentional! May you live successful life of intentionally. #MosquitoClaps



More recently, as a Global Shaper I was invited to moderate the opening sessions of the Ghana Tech Summit hosted at the Accra International Conference Center.  I was the opening moderator for "Ghana - The Silicon Valley of Africa" session and a speaker on Innovation during "Africa As the Final Tech Frontier: Rise of Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, Space" sessions on day 1.

Ghana - The Silicon Valley of Africa. Accra International Conference Center. June 2018



I was even featured in the Live GHOne broadcast thanks to the current Global Shapers Accra curator Patrick Stephenson. My good friend & blogger Yaw Obeng shared a detailed post of proceedings here.

Moment of honesty: I actually stopped posting on this photoblog that I started almost a decade ago to share my journey as a photographer and for the faithful blog readers (check out March of 2009 posts here), if you recall my first photo-book...sheesh! Why? Well a young avenger and graduate from my first Apprentice program, Justice  Okai-Allotey now has all my photo equipment and has grown to become a phenomenal man and Wikimedian in Ghana (yes, there are amazing volunteers who populate our digital space with content that is Wikipedia) and he is one of them!

Check out Justice' photo stuff at @owulakpakpo photography


What's next: Well besides the occasional bridal fair appearance I rep with the day one team 1000 words crew; I'm saving up to get back to photography and curate an exhibition annually...but I don't know exactly when that shall be. If you're following @eagamor on social media you'll probably notice my stories cover two predominant themes: exploring culture through travel and exploring culture through food. More deets as I have it, promise. Until then...


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