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Abraham Ologundudu

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Abraham Ologundudu is a digital designer and communications strategist, from Lagos Nigeria. He is interested in social change & its intersection with media, culture, design and emerging technologies. He has over 7 years of experience working on projects relating to economic growth and social inclusion in Africa. This has earned him the name The Digital Leader.


Abraham’s journey began as a 15-year-old who self-coded and founded Seasoned Life Journal; a blog that helped young adults with self-help tips for personal productivity. In 5 years, he generated over 530,000 views from in 37 countries.


He currently serves as one of the 13 +SocialGood Connectors of the United Nations Foundation, bringing critical voices and perspectives from around the globe to drive innovation for the Sustainable Development Goals through new media and technology.


Abraham is a Master’s student of Media Practice for Development and Social Change at the University of Sussex, where his dissertation is a media project focused on investigating how women in the field of design in Nigeria, view themselves and their work in such a male-dominated industry and predominantly patriarchal culture.


His work has been recognised by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Ashoka Africa, & the Royal Commonwealth Society, London

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