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Team Member Spotlight: 5 questions with Omotoke Olowo

Hello Folks, welcome to the month of April. And we are kicking off the month by showcasing one of the awesome people that make things happen in our team. Today you get to meet Omotoke Olowo, a Project Associate working on  SkillHer, one of our capacity building projects .  Hello Toke,  Can you share a little about your role and responsibilities at Edgetechies? I work as a project associate for SkillHer Initiative , which is a Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative of Edgetechies. my functions include creating content for the SkillHer blog , managing the SkillHer Community, and managing SkillHer's projects How has Edgetechies helped your personal and professional growth? It has increased my capacity to do a lot at the same time what is popularly known as multitasking. It has increased my quest for attention to details. It has brought more out of me even skills I didn't believe I could. It has made me gain better experience in accountability, and getting results without exc
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