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Theme: Control Alt Delete

This event occurred on
October 29, 2016
Windhoek, Khomas

In 2016, we would like to have multiple speakers, who are experts in their respective fields, to come share their take on Ctrl-Alt-Delete in order to share new ideas and perspectives on evaluating current operating systems, terminating the necessary programs and restarting one’s life. As we go through life year by year, we build up an archive of programs running in the background. These are not necessarily beneficial to your operating system and may slow down your way of thinking, doing and ultimately the way in which you see and relate to life.
It is time for a period of innovation within ourselves and how we relate to our environment, community and fellow human beings not only in Namibia but the whole world.

University of Namibia- school of Medicine
Windhoek central hospital, Windhoek north
Windhoek, Khomas, 9000
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Atty Twahafifwa Mwafufya

Masters of Arts Student
Atty is a 22 year old lady, currently first year Masters of Arts in Clinical Psychology student at the University of Namibia. In her free time, she generally enjoys poetry, although she states that she cannot recite or write any of her own. Other than that, Atty is an avid music enthusiast and can never say no to a good read whenever time permits.

John Nandjembo

Visual artist and art director
Born and raised in a small village named Oshigambo in the northern part of Namibia, John is a creative thinker with an advertising and visual arts background, being a visual artist and art director by profession for a number of years. He holds a Diploma in Visual Arts (UNAM), a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Brand Communications (AAA School of Advertising, CPT), a Bachelor of Honours in Marketing (NUST), and currently pursuing a Masters in Leadership and Change Management (NUST). He has high interests in the areas of innovation and technology, specifically the development of education.

Martha Namundjebo Tilahun

Dr Martha Tilahun is the Chairperson of the United Africa Group, a privately owned multi-billion-dollar business conglomerate in Namibia that has been in operation since 1992. In addition to her involvement in the running of the Group, she holds the positions of Chairperson, Director and Board Member in a number of reputable business organisations. Martha’s focus is to pull together and leverage the strength of large and small businesses, both nationally and regionally. Her heart for people has given her a name even in philan-thropic activities in Namibia.

Mayumbula Michael Chikwililwa

Michael is currently managing his own IT Company – Vision Multimedia. He is a passionate public speaker who serves on the board of the Professional Speakers Association of Namibia (PSAN), in addition to being the current chairperson of the Seagulls Toastmasters Club. Michael believes that our greatest resource is the mind, and is committed to empowering willing people everywhere by revealing to them their true brain potential via the use of “Radiant Thinking & Mind Maps”.

Paulus Tangeni Mulunga

Paulus believes in the abilities of the young in Africa and the potential they have to make the continent prosperous for its people. Growing up in the suburbs of Katutura (Windhoek) inspired Paulus to be a firm believer in working hard and taking opportunities. He is the co-founder of a renewable technology company – Light Systems Namibia – which provides renewable energy solutions in Namibia.

Peter Nakuumba

Consultancy worker
With a true passion for “Raising Leaders and Empowering the Nations”, Peter is a 22 year old trainer, known amongst the youth for his consultancy work, public speaking and empowerment programs to develop, mentor and equip them for greater works. He is in leadership positions of several organizations, as well as being an entrepreneur. Due to his desire to be a part of the solution of especially social challenges we face as a Namibian nation, he tries to use his own businesses as catalyst in the solution-finding process.

Thaddeus Inpro Shigwedha

Programme Development & Management Specialist
Hailing from a rural town of Tsandi, Thaddeus is a seasoned Programme Development & Grants Management Specialist. He worked with international development entities that are implementing different Global Development Goals. He spent a portion of this career in the Osire Refugee Camp, providing psychosocial support to over 10 000 refugees.

Tulimelao Kaute

Growing up in the dusty streets of Katutura, but with an avid passion for learning and self-development, Tulimelao mastered the art of being office educated, while still being street smart. He considers himself an affluent African with a strong passion for building people up towards purpose and self-leadership. He is a critical thinker, public speaker, life-coach and world changer. Through various personal and public interactions, more purposeful trainings, social media and social work, he hopes to change the world by developing individuals into more resourceful and productive members, one active learner at a time.

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