Chief Executive Officer - Zim Code
Zimbabwean 🇿🇼 Tech-Education entrepreneur 👨🏿💻
Philanthropist 😀 Data lover 💻
aspiring Data Engineer 👨🏾🎓
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email: firstname.lastname@example.org | phone: +1 860 807 6290
I am a Junior at Wesleyan. While at Wesleyan, I won the Quip Engineering Diversity Scholarship 2016 and the Davis Projects for Peace Grant 2016 and founded a nonprofit coding school.
While at St. Columba's, I was a Southern African High Schools Essay Competition Finalist, Editor-In-Chief of the school magazine and school Head-boy from 2013 to 2014. I was one of 37 participants of the United States Student Achiever's Program.
I am currently working on the Video Sharing team, buidling new data sets on Facebook video data.
As a winter intern, I learnt how Agero uses data to drive its business while using data analysis to drive insights and innovation. I participated in a 3-week data analysis challenge competition.
I was a member of the Facebook University Analystics Class of 2017, working on big data analysis on the Facebook Pages team.
Participating in the strategy-planning meetings for the center’s activities, advising Wesleyan students & alumni who seek careers in social entrepreneurship, judging grant competitions and networking for opportunities & internships for students.
As the Founder and Cheif Executive, I lead the organization in fulfilling its mission, manage a team of 50 and also manage partnerships with funders and partner-institutions.
I am in charge of training all I.T Helpdesk student employees and adjusting and maintaining the organizations technical policies and best practices.
I Manage all Classroom Support student staff, schedule Classroom Support shifts, set up & maintain instructional media equipment in classrooms. I alse create and adjust Wesleyan University Classroom Support policies.
Alvin has a knack for aligning his "head and heart", knowing what motivates him, what he wants to change in the world, and fearleslly pursuing it with well-designed solutions. His competence is breathtaking. He multi-tasks masterfully, learns fast, and leads with a perfect combination of confidence and humility.
The Newman Civic Fellowship recognizes and supports community-committed students who have demonstrated an investment in finding solutions for challenges facing communities throughout the country.
I participated in the 10th annual Clinton Global Initiative University Conference held at Northeastern University in Boston.
Established in 2016 by Win ’65 and Lee Chamberlin, the Chamberlin Endowed Summer Experience Fund provides grants for students, with demonstrated financial need, who are interested in pursuing opportunities in or related to developing countries.
I was one of 10 recipients of the inaugural Quip Engineering Diversity Scholarship.
Received one of a hundred $10 000 grants awarded annually by the Kathryn Davis Foundation. This was part of the founding capital for Zim Code.
I was the runner up in the regional competition that features essays written by high school students from 16 African member States of the Southern African Development Community. Essay prompts are about related developmental issues in Southern Africa.
USAP provides information and resources to aid determined, bright, low-income youth in applying to America's top colleges and universities to produce highly-skilled and liberally-educated leaders for tomorrow’s Zimbabwe. It started in 1999.
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