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Olumide IDOWU is the Team Lead of Climate Wednesday, Youth Director Nigerian Youth Climate Coalition and passionate about Communication, Marketing, Public Relations and Environment particularly in the areas of Strategy, Communication Management, Research, Leadership, Mentoring, Training and Reporting around what is passionate about. 

He reports on global issues and development in Nigeria (Africa) and also a Social Media Experts. A tech savvy Journalist keen about using the new media as a tool to disseminate information, collaborate and stir up progressive interaction. 

He has volunteered for a youth-led capacity building and involved in wonderful youth activities around the world. Presently he was awarded by UNISDR as Youth Champions on Disaster Risk Reduction.

You can contact him through: @OlumideIDOWU | olumide@climatewed.org

Esther Agbarakwe is current Special Adviser  on Communications and Stakeholder' Engagement to Amina Mohammed, Nigerian Hon. Minister of Environment. Over 10 years of experience working on sexuality and environmental issues. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry from the University of Calabar in 2002.  Esther is a climate change policy expert and trainer with extensive experience in creating, facilitating and managing youth-led projects. She has represented Nigeria and Africa at over ten high-level global governance meetings on sustainable development and has served as the African coordinator of the UN Commission on Sustainable Development (UNCSD) Youth and Children Major Group.
Esther co-founded the Nigerian Youth Climate Coalition, the biggest youth climate movement in Nigeria. also served as a volunteer support staff member with the White Ribbon Alliance Nigeria and convened the first Youth E-consultation on Maternal New Born and Child Health (MNCH) and Family Planning. She was selected as ‘Women Deliver 100 Young Leaders’ for her strong interest in women’s issues and was invited to attend the “Women Deliver” Global Conference in DC in June 2010 and in 2013, She was invited as a Speake at the 3rd Women Deliver Global Conference in Kuala Lumpur. Esther is the recipient of the 2010 LEAP Africa Annual Nigerian Youth Leadership Award and is a Dekeyser & Friends Foundation Fellow and Commonwealth Youth Climate Fellow. and current chair Actionaid General Assembly and 2014 Convener
At the end of 2012 She completed her year-long Advocacy fellowship with Population Action International (PAI) in Washington DC, where she worked  on International Advocacy on Population and Climate Change. She Founder Devnovate Ltd, a young creative start-up that is providing innovative solutions to development issues. She is currently leading the Youth Advocacy efforts on RH/Family Planning and climate Change in Nigeria. She remains grateful to God and to her family, friends and benefactors.
You can contact her through: @estherclimate | esther@climatewed.org

Kolo Kenneth Kadiri is a freelance online community engagement manager and Operations Lead at AdoptATweep™, Abuja’s foremost twitterpreneurship trademark. A graduate of Agricultural Geography from the University of Jos, Nigeria and author of the book: Crop Yield Potential of Niger State. Kolo was Country Director of AIESEC – an international youth non-profit – in Liberia for 18 months before returning to Nigeria for the mandatory NYSC service year. 
A lazy bard, he doesn’t take his poetry, essays and short prose serious but finds time to blog them on www.kolokennethk.blogspot.com. He’s a trained World Bank and China Development Bank Microfinance Trainer. Mr. Kolo’s social media dexterity cuts across twitter, facebook, instagram, youtube, linkedin, pinterest and klout; where he blends humor, networking, political commentary, business and social good in his conversations, hoping to someday become a major brand in the industry. He hopes to become an expert in big data mining and online trends analysis.

You can contact him through: @KolokennethK | Kolo@climatewed.org
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