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Executive Producer – Dr. Ndidi Nnoli Edozien
Ndidi previously acted as the Head and Founder of the Sec. Trust Asset Management Division, with assets in excess of N2 billion. She has also worked with First Securities Discount House in credit and marketing, with responsibility for the accounts of blue chip, non-bank issuers and investors. She graduated from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) with B.Sc. (Economics) International Relations. She obtained the Investment Management Certificate from the Institute of Investment Management & Research (IIMR), UK in 1998 and Doctorate Degree Program in Germany.
Executive Director/Producer: Goke Dokun
Goke is the creator of Creative Academii in 2005, he produced the season one (CA 2006). He is a graduate of mechanical engineering and has post – graduate degree in IT with specialty in network optimization and resource management.
He veered into entertainment media when he set up at the time the only functional internet radio station in Nigeria for Lagos State Radio Service (both Radio Lagos & Eko FM). He has since served as Producer for Creative Academii, The Entrepreneur, Executive Producer for The Entrepreneur Meet and The Entrepreneur Award.
Goke is responsible as Executive Director at IMPC with responsibility for concept & business development and marketing.
He is an astute entrepreneur.
General Manager/Head of Production: Foluso Ajibade
Foluso is a versatile personality and an astute administrator. He has been with Inspire Media Production Company since 2006 and has coordinated the production of Creative Academii season I, The Entrepreneur TV Series season I and also served in capacity as Producer of The Entrepreneur Meet.
He doubles as General Manager at IMPC with responsibility for general administration.
Series Director: Prince Sina Haastrup
Prince Adesina Haastrup is a Social Entrepreneur and world-class media producer and director of long standing. He is the Founder and CEO of Twelvesprings Foundation, a revolutionary social movement at the centre of grass-roots empowerment in Nigeria today. (visit:www.twelvesprings.org.uk).
In the 1980s and ‘90s, he worked with the BBC on numerous documentaries and with the World Bank to produce and direct “Africa’s Quiet Revolution”
Some of his recent productions include documentaries and television series, such as IMPC’s “Creative Academii”, for the Cross River State Government, Nigeria, 2006, “Thank God it’s Sunday”, UK, 2007, “The Entrepreneur”, a critically acclaimed 13 part series created by IMPC and sponsored by Ecobank, Nigeria, 2008, “Growing Rural Businesses with ICT”, a 30 minute documentary sponsored by Nigerian Communications Commision (NCC), Nigeria, 2008. He is currently researching “The Road to Agro-Commerce” a documentary film on developments within the agricultural sector in Nigeria and “Healthwatch” a health information programme for viewers in the UK and across Africa.