Student Ambassadors

Student ambassadors help advocate and promote HackforGood. We are proud to support these young innovators win their quest to use technology to solve problems, in their communities and in the world.

Miracle Ekeke

Miracle is studying mechanical engineering and her interests include innovation, creativity, human centered design and emerging technologies. Miracle participated in Youth for Technology Foundation’s She Will Connect
program (a partnership with Intel) which is how she first learned about 3D Africa.

Ugochukwu Okafor

Ugo is a fourth year Mechanical Engineering Student. He remembers his first job out of Secondary School, as a pump attendant at a local gas station and looks back on that experience as the one that gave him an interest in engineering. You can see Ugo’s leadership qualities exhibited in school where he has been the mechanical engineering course representative for 4 years.

Clinton Obioha

Clinton first began his technical career as a student at the Government Technical College Enugu (GTC) Shortly after he worked for the Nigeria Railway cooperation and Wheels and Spindles Nigeria Limited. He is
currently a 400 level Mechanical Engineering student, is Course Representative of his class and is a member of Christ Ambassador Student Outreach (CASOR).

Miracle Onyenanu

Miracle is an IOT (Internet of Things) enthusiast. His biggest dream is to acquire knowledge around IoT and other and emerging technologies and in turns use this to impact in his world. He is currently enrolled in the 3D Africa program at YTF and is learning CAD (Computer Aided Design) and Ardiuno programming. A Rotaract, Miracle devotes his time to service leadership outside of the classroom and is a winner of the 2016 Decent Ambassador Award.

Jennifer Okosisi

Jennifer is developing her skills primarily in Human Centered Design to tackle the poverty challenge in her home state. As a fourth year mechanical engineering student, her passion for engineering started when she was 12 in class when they were given a project to design a wheel barrow which she remembers playing an active role in the design and having discussions with her peers on usability. .

A maker-at-heart, Jennifer enjoys technical drawing and computer aided design. She is passionate about anything 3D printing, Laser Cutter, CNC and tools that enable innovation. Jennifer has a worldview that there are no limits to what women in engineering can do.

Sylvia Nduaguba

Born into a single parent household, Silvia remembers her mother supporting her throughout her education with the minimal income earned from garment making. As a fourth year mechanical engineering student, Sylvia is very interested in fabrication and machine designs and has a specialty in machine and product designs.

Sylvia enjoys using Computer Aided Design (CAD) software to model products. She also is acquiring skills around 3D printing technology, IoT (Internet of Things) and Human Centered Designing. Sylvia’s hopes to own a school one day in the not too long future, where she youth will learn about how to use emerging technology for good and social change.

Jidechi Chidiezie

The first born of 4 children, Jidechi is a mechanical engineering student with a huge flair for football, tech trends, sports journalism, world geography and politics. Jidechi wants to specialize in the design and
production of automobiles in mechanical engineering. An avid gadget fanatic, Jidechi loves all things football and video games, singing and traveling.

Akram Abdulle

Akram is a 3D Africa HackforGood Student Mentor. He will work with and
mentor our student ambassadors through this journey to share learnings,
ideas and best practices.

Akram is a third year (Junior) mechanical engineering student at the
University of Louisville. He is the current president of the National
Society of Black Engineers UofL chapter, and a tutor for the athletic
department. He is currently a Mechanical Engineering Intern at the
Chemours Company in Louisville, KY, U.S.A.