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Adejoke Adoyi

Superintendent

Adejoke Adoyi is a graduate of Early childhood Education /Communication and language Art at the University of Ibadan. She graduated with a grade point average of 4.7. Adejoke was billed to purse a law degree in the university but she decided to follow an innate passion and drive of working with children and choose to apply to study Early Childhood Education She began her formal teaching career at ADRAO international school in Victoria Island in Lagos. She then proceeded to Standard Bearers School Ikoyi Lagos where she worked with children ages 3 to 5 years for up to 5 years Adejoke also loved working with children in the inner city who do have the privilege and access to standard education and deploy herself to teach them during off school hours and also engage them in social development activities. In 2005, Adejoke joined the mobile Communication giant Airtel then known as Vmobile as a customer care representative and also as a train the trainer officer. She developed her communication skills and prowess in her 5 years stint at Airtel. Adejoke, in 2010 started and founded the Crystaland Schools in the capital city of Makurdi, Benue State, in the North Central region of Nigeria. 

SPEAKER SESSIONS

Leadership stream

27 February 2020 | 15:00 - 15:30 | How to Start and Succeed in Early Years School Business

One of the major success of my life is beginning a school from scratch. I began my journey with my 2 year old son in our living room due to scarcity and limited funds. The school has grown steadily for 9 years with over 1000 children who have passed through the school and current enrollment of 300 pupils.

SPEAKER SESSIONS

27 February, 2020 | 15:00 to 15:30
How to Start and Succeed in Early Years School Business

One of the major success of my life is beginning a school from scratch. I began my journey with my 2 year old son in our living room due to scarcity and limited funds. The school has grown steadily for 9 years with over 1000 children who have passed through the school and current enrollment of 300 pupils.