Aramide Kayode is the founder of Talent Mine Academy, a non-profit that provides access to quality education and better opportunities for kids in low-income communities.
Aramide Kayode works as the Head of Learning at Stutern where she designs engaging and interactive learning experiences for young people who want to transition into tech.
She is a first-class graduate of Economics from Covenant University and an alumnus of the prestigious Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Her work in the education space has been featured on numerous national and international platforms, including Malala Fund, Global Partnership for Education, CGTN Europe Global Citizen, and The Guardian, amongst others.
Aramide is the author of two books: 20 lessons I learned at age 20 and Diary of a 19-year-old teacher (her memoir). She hopes that one day, every child will be able to access quality education irrespective of their socio-economic background.