Seun Ologun William, President ECOWAS Youth Council, Abuja
Ambassador Seun Ologun William, Nigerian, is a Pan-Africanist, a veteran youth leader and activist who believes that Youth should be change agents, with so much passion and commitment geared towards youth work. He got his first degree education from the Federal University of Technology in Nigeria and is currently furthering his studies.
Seun has volunteered for many leadership positions in youth organizations including immediate past President of the West African Students Union, where he worked on strategic governance in West Africa.
He currently holds many youth leadership positions where he is working on promoting youth inclusion and empowerment, peace and security building, cultural awareness and Youth participation in politics and governance.
Some of his current positions include: President of the ECOWAS Youth Council (EYC); Chairman of the Ondo State Concerned Youth Advisory Board in Nigeria; “United Declaration of Human Rights” and “The World We Want” Youth Ambassador; Country Rep for International Youth Council and African Union Chapter; Consultant on Strategic governance.
He is also a prominent member of the African Youth Commission and Commonwealth Youth Council.
JULIANA AMA KPLORFIA, President, Girls Excellence Movement
Juliana Ama Kplofia is a Project Management Consultant with many years of experience in conducting successful projects around the world. She is also a philanthropist with a deep passion for women and girls empowerment. She is the president and founder of an energetic group called “Girls Excellence Movement” with the aim of empowering young women into leadership.
Juliana is a highly motivated, resourceful, innovative, result-oriented, and enthusiastic Lady, with exceptional multitasking and organizational skills. She holds Bachelor of Arts (BA) Hon in Political Science and English from University of Ghana. She also holds a Post Graduate Certificate in Public Administration (CPA) from the prestige Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), Accra. Juliana was awarded a Master’s Degree in Public Policy Administration from Graduate School of Governance, Sungkyunkwan University | SKKU, Seoul Korea.
Over the years Juliana together with her team atExotik Girls Excellence Club social peer-counselling group has motivated, inspired and empowered young girls to aspire to greater heights and become great women of substance. She has led and engaged in outreach programs to deprived schools and communities. Solicit for funds to support needy but brilliant members to enter into training for self-sustaining careers.
With her leadership effort, Juliana has led the Atito Youth Association to build a 6 classroom bloc for the village, built a nursery school, computer laboratory, planted trees, sponsored needy natives of the village through Senior High School, and installed street lights among others.
Juliana Ama Kplorfia doubles as the Assistant Director for Finance and Administration at the Office of the President, Republic of Ghana.