Nkechi Nwafor-Robinson: Nigerian woman is associate vice president of technology in TD Bank

Nkechi Nwafor-Robinson: Nigerian woman is associate vice president of technology in TD Bank

- Nigerian Nkechi Nwafor-Robinson is big on the international scene as she has 20 years experience in IT

- Nkechi has also worked in various organisations in different capacities, one of which is the popular IBM

- The Nigerian woman presently works as an associate vice president of segment technology at a Canadian financial institution, TB Bank Group

Nkechi Nwafor-Robinson is one of many Nigerians making the country proud on the international scene.

She is a versed individual in almost every sector of human endeavour. Nkechi is an entrepreneur, author, a professional athlete and motivational speaker.

The Nigerian woman also has 20 years of resourceful knowledge in IT and has held various positions in different known organisations.

Some of the companies she has worked with are Rogers Communications and IBM. She presently works at TD Bank Group as an associate vice president of segment technology.

She got her bachelor’s degree in applied mathematics with a minor in computer science from Concordia University.

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From there, she proceeded to Rotman’s School of Management where she got her Financial Acumen Executive MBA program.

Nkechi is also the founder of Empowered in My Skin, a non-governmental organization, that helps people to unlock their potentials in making lives better.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Oluwaseun Ayodeji Osowobi was awarded the 2019 Commonwealth Young Person of the Year award.

The honour is given every year to a person selected from Asia, Africa, the Caribbean and the Americas, and Europe.

Its aim is to showcase young people’s significant contribution to the development of world leaders and policy makers.

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Nominees of the award must be aged age 15-29 and very passionate in solving the world’s problems in the area of poverty reduction, peace building, among others.

The initiative encourages young people to use their skills for meaningful development in their communities. The finalists will be given £1,000 (N475,618.12). Added to that, every regional winner will receive an additional £2,000 (N951,236.25), making the total money £3,000 (N1,426,854.38).

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