Award-winning Broadcaster Femi D. Amele joins Dataphyte Foundation as Programme Director

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Dataphyte Foundation, a leading organisation at the forefront of leveraging data for positive change, has announced the appointment of Femi D. Amele as its new Programme Director. The organisation noted that with a distinguished career spanning over 18 years in broadcast journalism, media management, and development media advocacy, Femi brings a wealth of experience and expertise to his new role.

Femi has held key positions at prominent radio and TV brands such as Wazobia FM, Nigeria Info FM, Jay FM Abuja, and Wazobia TV throughout his career. His commitment to innovation and excellence has earned him numerous accolades, including the Best On-Air Personality at the Nigeria Broadcasters Merit Awards and recognition as one of the top 100 most influential media personalities by YNaija.

As Programme Director at Dataphyte Foundation, Femi will lead strategic initiatives to harness data insights to drive positive change across various sectors. His profound understanding of media dynamics and passion for leveraging technology for societal impact make him an ideal fit for the position.

“We are thrilled to welcome Femi D. Amele to the Dataphyte team,” said Joshua Olufemi, Founder and Executive Director of Dataphyte Foundation. “Femi’s extensive experience and strategic vision will be invaluable as we continue to leverage data-driven solutions to address pressing social challenges. “His appointment reaffirms our commitment to excellence and innovation in the field of data-driven advocacy,” he added.

Femi expressed his enthusiasm for his new role, stating, “I am excited to join Dataphyte Foundation, an organisation that is leading the charge in using data for positive change. “I look forward to collaborating with the team to drive impactful initiatives that make a difference in the lives of people across the globe.”

Femi’s appointment underscores Dataphyte Foundation’s continued commitment to excellence and innovation in leveraging data for development in Nigeria.

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