Education for Ethiopia is a social enterprise that was recently started by Ethiopians, people of Ethiopian origin, and friends of Ethiopia.
Its ultimate aim is to create millions of educated and confident citizens around the country.
Lina Getachew Ayenew
FOUNDER & MANAGING DIRECTOR
Lina grew up in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. She completed her undergraduate and masters degrees at Yale University and is pursuing an MBA at the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business. She resides in Beijing, China.
CHIEF TECHNICAL OFFICER
Clement is from France and completed his undergraduate degree at Epitech in France. He also has a masters degree in computer science from Tsinghua University in Beijing. He is pursuing his MBA at the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business.
Beza Ermias Dagne
VIDEO LECTURER - BIOLOGY
Beza is a masters of education graduate from the University of Houston. Through the graduate program, Beza has taught 9th-grade Biology and 8th-grade science in Texas schools. She also has a bachelor’s degree in biotechnology from University of Pune in India. Through the intensive biotechnology program, Beza had experience in genetic engineering and plant tissue culture.
VIDEO LECTURER - PHYSICS
Bililign is a lecturer at Addis Ababa University, at the School of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering. Born in Raya Kobo, he received his BSc and Msc from Addis Ababa Univeristy in 2015 and 2017 respectively, studying mechanical engineering and being awarded
"Very Great Distinction." He has been teaching higher level physics and mechanics to undergraduates at Addis Ababa University since 2015.
VIDEO LECTURER - MATH
Miheret is a researcher in the field of concrete materials and structures and has a masters degree in civil engineering from Addis Ababa University. She has around a decade of professional experience both in the academics and industry. She is enthusiastic about issues which can bring substantial changes to a society and the environment.
VIDEO LECTURER - MATH
CHAIRMAN - BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Nathan is a Vice President at Cummins and Chairman of Cummins China. He is extremely passionate about the intersection of education and technology and has worked on a variety of online and offline projects around the world. In 2003 he worked with Save the Children to refine and roll-out the Community Based Schools initiative in Ethiopia. He has worked as an adjunct junior professor at Liaoning Institute of Technology and teaches as a guest lecturer at the Yale School of Management. Nathan's mum is Ethiopian and he is committed to helping improve the lives of students in the country.
Biniyam Assefa Tibebu