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Mission

We are on a mission to help people fulfill their learning needs from anywhere at anytime.

vision

Our vision is to be globally recognized as an enabler of borderless outcome-focused learning.

We create learning and teaching opportunities

We help people get better We know that:
  • There are students who need (or want) to improve their performance
  • There are tutors and experts who love to help people improve
  • People always have specific knowledge and skills gap to fill
  • Our platform can help people reach their full potential
So, we’re on a MISSION to help people fulfill their learning needs from anywhere at anytime

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Our Story

The BrightHAT idea was conceived in the course of a conversation between the founders. At the time, they were looking to help their kids learn new things during the Pandemic. That conversation soon turned into brainstorming and mindmapping sessions and within a few months, BrightHAT was born.

Our People

Our team is made up of seasoned educators and technologies who are passionate about using technology tools to improve learning outcomes for students and other types of learners.

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The BrightHAT™ Way

BrightHAT’s way of teaching is inspired by Liz Kolb’s Triple E Framework, which is designed to foster engagement in learning goals, enhancement of learning goals, and extension of learning goals.

Our instructional strategies are technology driven to ensure that authentic engagement is occurring, while lessons are developed to help students stay focused as the instruction progresses. We use technology to support active learning, differentiation, personalization, higher-level thinking, and real-world connections in ways that traditional tools could not.

Every instructor imbibes the BrightHAT way within days of joining our team.

“An exemplary lesson plan combines all three Framework components, engaging students in learning goals, enhancing those learning goals, and extending the learning goals into everyday life.” – Kolb, L (2017). Learning First, Technology Second. The Educator’s Guide to Designing Authentic Lessons – Kolb, L (2017). Learning First, Technology Second. The Educator’s Guide to Designing Authentic Lessons

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Our Leadership

We’re transforming the knowledge and skills transfer landscape by connecting learners to the very best instructors anywhere, anytime. Meet team members who provide thought leadership and strategic direction for BrightHAT.

Management Team

Adewale Adeyemo

Cofounder

Mobolaji Moyo

Cofounder

Temitope Ajagbe

Head of Technology

Adefunke Adeyemo

Learning Experience Manager

Vacant

Head, Product and Marketing

Vacant

Head, Sales and Customer Experience

Vacant

Head, Finance

Board of Directors

Equi Nwulu

Chairman

Adewale Adeyemo

Cofounder

Mobolaji Moyo

Cofounder

EdTech Advisory Committee

olayinka thomas

Head, Curriculum Development

Feyisayo Tumi-Olowe

Member

Kehinde Oludare

Member

BrightHAT is a global EdTech company that provides outcome-focused learning via mybrighthat.com platform. We leverage technology to transform lives and make otherwise out-of-reach tutors accessible to learners anywhere, anytime. As we continue to grow and deepen our impact on learning across the globe, we are looking for the right people to join our team. If you are interested in making tremendous positive impact whilst building or advancing a great career, there are a few things you should know about BrightHAT:
  • We create a place of work where every team member feels the joy of contributing their talents to the society.
  • We run a most efficient and sustainable business and never stop striving to be the very best.
  • We encourage learners to be resilient, confident, hardworking, and highly disciplined.
  • Our tutors and instructors are carefully selected, evaluated, and trained to teach the BrightHAT way.
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Adewale Adeyemo

Cofounder

Adewale is the co-founder at BrightHAT. He holds a B.Sc. in Electrical/Electronic Engineering from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria and an MBA from the Manchester Business School, UK. He has over 15 years experience working in the telecommunications industry.  A PRINCE2 Practitioner and a certified PMP.

Prior to co-founding BrightHAT, Adewale worked with leading telecommunication organizations including Huawei, Vmobile and Telinno. He is on the Board of Telinno – a company, in partnership with leading operators and telecommunications OEMs, has provided voice and internet connectivity to millions of people across Africa.

Adewale is passionate about harnessing technology to improve access to high quality education to improve outcomes for learners at the time they need it. At the same time, he believes that BrightHAT innovative technology platform will provide attractive opportunities for top tutors or aspiring ones to bring the best quality teaching expertise to help any learner achieve their learning goals from anywhere at any time. He co-founded BrightHAT to fulfil this mission.

Mobolaji Moyosore

Cofounder

Mobolaji is the cofounder at BrightHAT. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering from the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife and a Master of Science degree in Computing and IT from the University of Bedfordshire, Luton, England.

Mobolaji is a 20-year veteran of IT and cyber security who has worked in different industry sectors (including Banking, Telecoms, Fintech, Retail, Energy and Advertising) across three continents (Africa, Europe, and North America) helping organizations secure their critical IT assets against cyber adversaries.

His passion for talent development and quality education led him to develop notable cyber security courses designed to help enthusiasts and aspiring cyber security practitioners break into the field. As a Udemy instructor, his course – Cyber Security Operations and Technology Solutions – was curated for the Udemy for Business collection in January 2020. This puts him in the 97th percentile of Udemy instructors. This course, which is used by scores of global fortune 500 companies for workforce upskilling, has been taken by more than 10,000 students in over 140 countries across the globe.

Mobolaji and Adewale came about the BrightHAT idea in the course of a brainstorming session in March 2021. The cofounders have passion for quality education and human capital development, but they also recognize that partnering with seasoned educators is the only way to have a chance of actualizing the vision of BrightHAT.

Temitope Ajagbe

Head of Technology

Temitope holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Lagos, a master’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Texas (San Antonio), and a Computer Security Certificate from Stanford University. He is also a Systems Security Certified Practitioner (ISC) and a certified AWS Solutions Architect. He spends most of his career analyzing complex systems and designing elegant and simple solutions. 

Temitope has practiced his profession in various industries including Systems Analyst in Warri Refining Petroleum Company (WRPC), Technology Consultant at Picis (global hospital software solution), Systems developer at First Bank, Integration Engineer at State Farm and USAA, Systems Engineer at Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Technical Solutions Engineer at Google.

Temitope founded Rare Discovery Lab, a software and solutions engineering research organization for social change and technology innovation. He is passionate about engineering practical solutions to support and improve learning and teaching outcomes.

ADEFUNKE OLUWADAMILOLA ADEYEMO

Learning Experience Manager

Adefunke Adeyemo is an alumna of Teach For Nigeria (TFN) and a passionate educator. She was a University Scholar of Lagos State University, Nigeria where she graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Microbiology. She’s a certified, professional educator with Professional Diploma in Education, Babcock University. She holds a Master’s Degree in Educational Management, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. She is an Associate member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management CIPM .

Upon graduation from school, her experience during the National Youth Service exposed her to the challenges of education in Nigeria. This drove her to begin to think of how she can contribute to improve the quality of education. She worked as a class teacher at Mountain Top Schools. Her experience at the school developed her interest in teacher and leadership training. 

Her ideology on how to address the challenges in education resonated with the vision of a Non-Governmental Organization, Teach For Nigeria (TFN). During her fellowship, she committed 2 years of her life to serving as a teacher-leader in an underserved school in a low income community in Abeokuta. 

She is dedicated to improving the lives of students and teachers and has volunteered for various educational programs organized by Junior Achievement Nigeria, Nurture House Limited in collaboration with US Consulate and Teach For Nigeria, Kidnovate, Global Girls Education Fellowship, Crown of His Glory International, among others.

Adefunke Adeyemo has dedicated her professional life to improving the quality of Instruction and leadership in the educational sector.

Equi Nwulu

PhD, Chairman, Board of Directors

Equi Emmanuel Nwulu (PhD), Educational Technology, with a research focus on Human Performance Technology (HPT) and Technology Adoption in Distance Learning Systems with a focus on Distance Learning in Nigeria. Equi is a Chapter contributor on IGI’s publication: “The Roles of Technology and Globalization in Educational Transformation” and a Licensed Trainer, Paths to School Improvement (PSI), The Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI). Dr. Nwulu, who holds a PhD in Educational Technology from Walden University, MSc in Media Technology from the University of Wisconsin, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Economics from the University of Minnesota, (all in the USA), is also the Proprietor/Head of School, American Christian Academy, Ibadan, a dually internationally accredited (ACSI/MSA) K-12 school in Nigeria. He has been in K-12 school leadership for the past 25 years. Dr. Nwulu believes that BrightHAT has potential to become a disruptive innovation in the educational space of its host communities, thereby adding tangible value to all stakeholders.

Derek Smith

Director of Academic Development

Derek Smith is Head of School at the International School of IITA, an IB World school in Ibadan, Nigeria, and is the Chair of the Executive Committee of the Association of International School Educators of Nigeria (AISEN). He holds a B.Ed. in Mathematics and an MA in Education Management and is currently pursuing a Doctorate at Durham University where he is researching the impact of ICT in education in Africa. He is an experienced international school principal having led schools across Africa and Europe.

Derek first travelled to West Africa in 1995 to work as a volunteer Mathematics teacher in local schools in Guinea Bissau.  As a result of this experience Derek worked with the European Union and the Ministry of Education to introduce a four-year in-service training programme for teachers of Science and Mathematics throughout the country.

Following this experience Derek began to work with international schools in The Gambia. Working alongside the national government, the World Bank and local private sector companies, Marina International School became the first school in The Gambia to introduce the internet into classroom teaching. With the support of the World Bank this project was then rolled out to government secondary schools across the country.

He moved to Nigeria in 2007 and has worked in Abuja and Lagos. Most recently he spent seven years as the Principal and CEO of Olashore International School in Osun State. During his tenure, Derek led the roll out of a one-to-one iPad programme, making Olashore the first school in Nigeria to offer this to all students. 

In 2019 Derek joined the International School of the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) as Headteacher where he guided the school through the authorisation process with the International Baccalaureate Organisation. The school became an authorized IB World School for the PYP in May 2020.

Derek is passionate about improving educational opportunities for all children in Nigeria and has worked closely with the British Council, AISEN and the Alliance Française to achieve this. He was a founding member of the British Council Schools Network and played a key role in the launch and roll out of the British Council’s Core Skills development programme in Nigeria. As a member of the Board of Trustees of AISEN, he introduced a monthly in-service training programme for teachers from international schools across Nigeria, attended by over 200 teachers each month. During the lockdown due to the COVID pandemic, this programme moved online and supported schools in the development of online teaching programmes. Derek is also a member of the Board of the Alliance Française in Ibadan and continues to promote the development of foreign language skills in schools across Nigeria.

Derek has been part of BrightHAT since its inception and feels that the project provides an opportunity for all students in Nigeria and beyond to benefit from high quality teaching by the country’s best tutors.

Olayinka Thomas

Head of Curriculum Development

Olayinka Thomas is the Principal at Potter`s Touch High School Yenagoa Bayelsa State, Nigeria. He holds a Masters in Educational Planning and Administration and several certifications, including LearnMoodle3.7, Apple Teacher and Connecting Classrooms.  As a teacher, he has over two decades experience in traditional classroom interactions with students of varying age groups and learning capabilities.

He is a passionate administrator and teachers’ trainer. He had worked with several international schools in Nigeria, including D-Ivy College and Olashore International School as a member of the senior management team. He has done extensive work on Activity Based Learning, Formative Assessment Strategies, Learner`s Progress Charting, Students` Data Triangulation, Virtual School Structuring and Continuous Professional Development Programme. 

In recognition of his outstanding work with the Connecting Classrooms programme of the British Council, he was invited to speak at the School Now! 2020 conference in Cairo Egypt. He also worked as a member of the steering committee for British Council`s Partner School Global Network (PSGN) in Nigeria. He is an examiner with several National and International examination organisations. He has been an examiner of International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) since 2009. 

Olayinka Thomas worked with an NGO, Jewels of Africa to train teachers across Nigeria in Basic pedagogical skills, Teaching the Core-skills and other relevant 21st Century skills. He had led the team of trainers to several states in the country since 2018. He had also given training to teachers as a Lead Facilitator of Association of International School Educators in Nigeria (AISEN) CPD workshops.      

Feyisayo Tumi-Olowe

Feyisayo, who holds a BSc (Ed) in Economics, is the Vice Principal at St. Jude’s Private Secondary School, Lagos, Nigeria. She is a seasoned teacher with over twelve years of teaching experience.

She is renowned among her peers for making high school Economics very easy to understand. This outcome-focused approach has yielded impressive results for ten consecutive years, as her students have recorded outstanding performance in WAEC and NECO (Economics) examinations over the same period.

A teacher and a mentor, Feyisayo’s passion for quality delivery of educational materials made joining BrightHAT as an advisor an easy decision. She has attended several training programmes on instructional design and classroom management locally and internationally. 

Kehinde Oludare

Kehinde Oludare is currently the Head of School at Bibo Oluwa Academy, Ilesa Osun State – a school renowned for its excellence in Mathematics.

He holds a first class bachelor’s degree in Mathematics Education (BSc Ed.) and a Master’s degree in Business Administration.

Oludare has been teaching Mathematics since 2001 and has tutored and presented students for various State and National Mathematics competitions at both junior and senior secondary school categories. He has an outstanding record for producing students with excellent high school (WAEC and NECO) Maths results.

In 2017, he participated in the National Mathematics Cowbellpedia Teachers contest and came 2nd.

A year later (2018), he returned to the same competition to become the National champion!

In 2021, Oludare was selected as the best teacher in Private School for Senior Category by the State Government of Osun.

During his time as an undergraduate, he represented the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) at global competitions in USA (2007) and Singapore (2008), where he emerged 3rd and 2nd respectively.

Oludare, who is a firm believer in the BrightHAT vision, is passionate about raising the standards of education in Nigeria and beyond. This makes him a go to resource for high school Mathematics.