About the High School Summit.
The High School Summit is an annual hybrid event that brings together high school students from around Africa, providing them with the knowledge, skills, and inspiration they need to become effective changemakers in their communities and beyond. Through interactive workshops, keynote speeches from inspiring thought leaders, and opportunities for networking and collaboration, the summit offers a unique and engaging space for young changemakers to connect, learn, and take action.
About Chinenye Ejereonye
We are thrilled to have Miss Elizabeth Ejereony as one of our esteemed speakers!
Co-founder Code4All Initiative | Formal OSUN Fellow
Elizabeth Chinenye Ejereonye is an honours graduate, with a strong commitment to making a positive impact in her community and beyond. As the co-founder of The Code4All Initiative, a non-profit organization, she has been instrumental in providing free STEM education to selected high schools in the Akuapem District, Ghana. Through this initiative, over 100 students from four schools in the region have been impacted. The project has also received grants up to $9600 from the Cococola fund for service, Ford Foundation, and the OSUN, and received an honorable mention from the 2022 MacJannet Prize for Global Citizenship.
Chinenye has further distinguished herself as a 2022/2023 fellow of both the Millennium Fellowship and the Open Society University Network (OSUN) Fellowship, allowing her to broaden her network and amplify change.
Beyond her passion for social impact, Chinenye is deeply enthusiastic about entrepreneurship and technology, especially in emerging markets. As an intern at Seedstars, she contributes her expertise to the sourcing team, supporting their mission to discover and nurture promising startups in these regions.
She will be speaking on the topic “Serving the Community: How to Become A Changemaker”
Learn more about Elizabeth | www.highschoolsummit.com/speakers