Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is an experienced and diverse collective of leaders who ensure Edu-X's prosperity and integrity.  

  • Amadou Camara

    Graduated with an Associates Applied in Science in Architecture. Amadou was the treasurer of the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS), a Mentor for international students, a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) and Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society (PTK).  He was one of the Hites Higher Education Endowment Scholarship recipients, which is one of the highest transfer scholarships in the US for higher achieving students. Amadou also received the Felder Palmer Architectural Endowment Scholarship. He conducted a research project on Global Studies and He was awarded the Global Students Award from the Association of Independent Colleges and University of Pennsylvania (LVAIC) at Moravian College.  He also received awards from Northampton Community College: NCC’s competitive Students Leadership award, NCC’s Student Business Pitch Competition Award, NCC’s Professional Edge Award, and NCC’s Community Civic and Learning Development Award!

    He has been accepted as an honor student into a five-year masters program at Kansas State University. He will be attending the college of Architecture, Design, and Planning (ADPDesign) in Fall 2019 as a second-year student masters in Architecture (M-Arch)

  • Jena Diawara

    Originally from Mali, Jena graduated with Summa Caum Laude from Georgia State University - Perimeter College with nineteen awards of excellence and certificates in 2015 and from Columbia University with a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry in 2018. During her journey, Jena held multiple leadership positions including Senator of Academic Affairs, Chair of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, and Vice President of the African Student Association. She was also a Supplemental Instructor in Mathematics and in Chemistry from 2013-2015. Because of her leadership and services, Jena was granted a full scholarship to attend Columbia University.

    During her journey in college, Jena has experienced and witnessed adjustment challenges, as well as cultural, academic, and other social factors that only international students faced. These challenges affect their academic achievement as well as their social engagement in many different ways. To help students overcome these challenges and excel in school as she did, Jena founded Edu-X Services. Her goal is to facilitate the transition between the country of origin of international students and the US. Jena is also the founder of Education Outreach West Africa Inc., an NGO, that makes education accessible to deprived children in poor countries where there are limited public learning resources.

  • Joshua Ebin

    As a child born and raised in suburban Nigeria, he was fascinated by where the energy used for domestic and industrial livelihood was sourced and how communities develop. Joshua Ebin is a recent Petroleum Engineering MSc graduate from Texas A&M University and currently a young professional in the energy industry. He began his STEM career in Nigeria, studying Geology at the University of Calabar where he achieved an outstanding overall sophomore student award. He later came to the United States where he

    graduated from the prestigious Georgia Institute of Technology in 2016 with a Mechanical Engineering degree. He has professional experience as a Manufacturing intern, Environment Health and Safety intern

    and Completions Engineering Intern at world-class multinational energy corporations. His research experience spans across combustion mechanics, fluid dynamics and petroleum geomechanics at UC Berkeley, and Georgia Tech. He is a 2018 youth delegate to the United Nations Youth Assembly, 2019 winner of the global impact challenge award at the 23rd session of the youth assembly in New York, and a global citizen passionate about achieving sustainable development goals in West Africa.

    Joshua is the Co-Founder of Jumela Limited, a Nigerian company specializing in the development of novel agro-products to tackle poor soil performance, food waste management-pollution related problems while achieving six sustainable development goals. His future goal is to be a global entrepreneur, investor,

    philanthropist that brings together young Africans in the Diaspora for collaboration towards SDG solutions and implementation in various industries including energy integration, agriculture as well as safety technology in Africa.

  • Fatoumata Fofana

    Fatoumata Zahara Fofana graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a Bachelor in Business Administrations in Economics and minor in International relations in December 2017. During her journey at Eastern Michigan University, she was an orientation group leader for new international students to help them with their integration process. She also served as a counselor and assisted students with their course registration, and provided meaningful advice on what association they should join to develop their leadership skills. Fatoumata was also elected International Student Senator.

    Passionate by international development, Fatoumata interned for an NGO in Michigan called Spark which aims to develop a network of business and manufacturing excellence in Michigan. During her senior year, she worked in the African Union office at the United Nations Headquarters in New York during which she assisted the United National annual General Assembly.

    After receiving her diploma in 2018, Fatoumata moved back in Mali to contribute to the development of living conditions of her community. She currently works in Mali as Grant Assistant with Family Health International (FHI360).

  • Olatide Omojaro

    Olatide Omojaro is a first-year doctoral student in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology. Olatide is also an Autonomous Driving Software Engineer with Intel Corporation, working on next-generation intelligent driving technologies.  

    He has become increasingly prominent in the fields of robotics and the design of intelligent machines since earning two Associates’ degree in Computer Science and Engineering at Perimeter College in 2015 and his Bachelor’s in Computer Engineering with a Robotics minor at Georgia Institute of Technology, in May 2018. 

    Olatide has made notable achievements in his career that include three journal publications, named an NSF and Intel GEM Fellow, established three startup ventures, honored by President Barack Obama for voluntary work in STEM education, and many more. An avid entrepreneur with two apps on the market, a Chief Technology officer with two startup businesses, and he serves as the director of data analysis for African Researchers Academies for Women (ARA-W), a non-profit that works to increase the representation of women in professional STEM fields in West Africa – a cause that Olatide is very passionate about. 

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