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Temilade Adelakun

University of Ibadan
STEM Advocate, Women in Tech enthusiast
Temilade Adelakun is a Mechanical Engineer with strong interests in technology and artificial intelligence. She is a student leader and a passionate advocate of more girls joining STEM. She has volunteered for several organizations which is one of the things she enjoys doing as her way of giving back. Temilade is committed to excellence, productivity and profitability. She is passionate about empowering women and girls in technology. She is the Women Techmakers ambassador for Ibadan and also a Google Developers Group (GDG) Ibadan co-organizer. She volunteers for StemBelle, she is a YPB 2019 fellow, a kectil 2019 fellow, a fellow at Student build Incubator, a co-campus director at Yielding Accomplished African women(YAAW) university of Ibadan chapter, a 3D Africa technology ambassador for Youth for Technology Foundation and the head of tech team for tedxui.
Temilade has an apt for research, life-long learning, problem-solving and for continuously improving herself to refine her skills. she was part of the 100 African ladies that recently attended the first ever women in machine learning conference in Accra, Ghana. She also won the Professor Ayodele Awojobi Design Competition (PAADC) 3.0 alongside her teammates for Hive Robotics and Artificial Intelligence society.
Her favorite pastimes include: Getting to speak and being on the panel session at the Andela Learning Community(ALC) 4.0 meet-up in Ibadan, Getting to speak and have conversations with young girls, her experience at the first ever Microsoft LEAP Hackathon in Nigeria, Being the third position at the Global Management Challenge competition(GMC) alongside her teammates, winning the Mentor4edu global e-learning challenge alongside her team mate, the four days she spent at the Hack4good 2018 hackathon by Youth for Technology Foundation (YTF).
When Temilade isnโ€™t glued to her engineering books, she spends time volunteering, teaching young ones how to code and also encouraging them to pick up a field in STEM by sharing her story. She also spends time coding and improving her skills, or she could be on social media connecting with the right people and seeking the right information.
Thursday, March 24
 

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Friday, March 25
 

8:30am WAT

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Saturday, March 26
 

8:00am WAT

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