Nkwanyang Lionel Takem is the Co-Founder and CEO of geoscholarglobal. He carries a rich experience of working in Cameroon and Nigeria. He is currently a PhD. students on a full scholarship with the pan African University provided by the African union commission and hosted in the university of Ibadan Nigeria. In addition to this he also holds a numbers of awards to his name, some of which include IAS research grant for student members, IAS and IAMG travel grant to attend the IGC conference in South Africa, a full training award to study mining policy and contract negotiations provided by the United Nation (IDEP/MEFMI) in Windhoek Namibia. Through creating geoscholarglobal Takem digitally empowers thousands of stu dents at all levels in Cameroon and other African countries
Chongwain Gilbert Mbzighaa is a Co-Founder and Managing Director of geoscholarglobal. Gilbert brings his 8 years of experience working in the field of mining policy and administrative reforms with the government of Cameroon to geoscholarglobal. He is a PhD. Student on full scholarship with the Pan African University provided by the African Union (AU). In addition to this he has carried out research works with the National Hydrocarbon Corporation (SNH) and holds a numbers of awards to his name, some of which include IAS research grant for student members, IAS and IAMG travel grant to attend the IGC conference in South Africa, a full training award to study mining policy and contract negotiations provided by the United Nation (IDEP/MEFMI) in Windhoek Namibia.
Ouabo Emmanuel Romaric is the Co-Founder and Technical Director of Geoscholarglobal. He has more than four years’ experience in Cameroon working with national and international organisations. That experience is completed by the one that he has traveling all over Africa to attend different programme. He is currently a Ph.D student at the Pan African University hosted by the University of Ibadan (Nigeria) provided by the African Union Commission. He has won a number of academic and professional awards some of which are the 2016 ANESI grant exchange program in Ivory Coast and, the Young African Leader Initiative (YALI) 2016 in Accra (Ghana), etc. In addition he has won partial grants and waiver to attend several professional, technical and management courses as Laboratory methods of water quality testing and treatment with Nigerian Institute of Science Laboratory Technology and Facilitor training in participatory GIS with Rainforest Foundation UK and Foder. Through creating geoscholarglobal Ouabo empowers youths and give to each one of them a possibility to make use of their boundless potential to create a better future for them and the continent.