We believe that being inspired by others is one of the best ways to stay passionate and motivated to continue doing what is important to you… and who doesn’t need a bit of motivation!
Come and hear one account from Yetunde Elebuibon, award-winning community champion and the founder and Director of Knowledge Pool, a digital capability support organisation based in Doncaster. Bring any questions you might have and be prepared to be energised by Yetunde’s story.
Yetunde is an IT consultant with extensive leadership experience in productivity improvements and performance management. She studied at the University of Wolverhampton, where she passed her masters degree with distinction. She is a certified trainer in lifelong adult training.
The aim of Yetunde’s enterprise is to improve and promote digital competency in the community, especially among the disadvantaged. Knowledge Pool won the Craig Macdonald Digital Leaders award in 2021. This national award recognises the impact of grassroots organisations that are bridging the digital gaps in the community.
Yetunde is currently nominated for the Black Tech Achievement award for social good. Her work supporting people with little or no digital skills to become independent users of digital devices during the Covid-19 pandemic bagged her a nomination for the Doncaster Chamber of Commerce’s business hero award in July 2020.
Yetunde is also a minister at the Redeemed Christian Church of God Kingdom Life Convocation in Doncaster, where she performs activities that brings the church closer to the people.
Remember to bring your lunch with you into this online space when you join us to learn more about Yetunde’s inspiring journey in the social enterprise world.
Delivered by Sheffield Social Enterprise Network, in partnership with Social Enterprise Exchange.