Thursday, February 13, 2014

GYIN Chairperson & CEO to deliver speeches at two International events, Spain and USA

Pape Samb Chairman and CEO GYIN International
Mr. Pape Samb, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Global Youth Innovation Network (GYIN), has been invited as a honorable speaker at the 8th International Technology, Education and Development Conference, INTED 2014 organised by The International Academy of Technology, Education and Development (IATED) will take place in Valencia (Spain) from the 10th to 12th of March, 2014.

Mr.  Samb will present a keynote speech at this honoured event and will be speaking on the topic: Linking Education with Entrepreneurship: Transforming Traditional Schools into Entrepreneurship Innovation-Based Experimental Learning Labs.

The International Academy of Technology, Education and Development (IATED) is an organisation dedicated to the promotion of international education and university cooperation in the field of Technology and Science.

Mr. Samb focused on executive leadership, management, and entrepreneurship training and coaching. 

IATED through the organisation of different international events brings together institutions, bodies and organisations from different countries of the world for discussions and cooperation.

In a similar development, Mr. Pape Samb, Chairman & CEO of the Global Youth Innovation Network (GYIN) is expected to speak on Building Community Through Youth Entrepreneurship at Arizona State University (ASU), Tempe campus.

This event is part of The Sustainability Series presented by ASU’s Global Institute of Sustainability. For further information, please contact:

Pape Samb is a well-known advocate for developing self-sustainable communities, women and youth-led initiatives.  At 13, he started a women’s empowerment and youth economic development organization, was president of CAP-Jeunesse, a Senegalese network of youth organizations; and was hired by the Senegalese government to train youth in entrepreneurship, business and grassroots organization management.

He rose from the ranks of director of programs and COO to become the current president and CEO of Phelps Stokes, America’s oldest (102 years) continuously-operating foundation.  The youngest and first non-American to head the organization, he provides leadership and vision in globalization and investing in a new generation of global leaders, educators, entrepreneurs, students, and citizens, with particular attention on people of color and indigenous affiliation.

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