Nzometiah Nervis Tetsop | SMCON23 Ambassador

Nzometiah Nervis Tetsop hails from M’muock Fosimondi, Alou, Lebialem, South West Region of Cameroon. He is an Award-winning Tech Innovator, EdTech and Makerspace Consultant, and the Founder/CEO of Nervtek, an organization that leverages technology to build innovative solutions to local problems and to create sustainable impact by equipping children and young people with digital and entrepreneurial skills to thrive and match their future careers. He is an Electrical and Electronic Engineer.

He has a strong interest in educational technology, digital innovation, entrepreneurship, and community development and has amassed adequate experience over the past 5 years in STEAM Education programs. He doubles as the Goodwill Ambassador for Cybersecurity at the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications in Cameroon and the Future Africa Leaders Foundation in Nigeria.

His outstanding contributions to the tech ecosystem and empowering children and young people with 21st-century skills over the years have earned him several awards, recognitions, and distinctions.

He emerged winner of the ASPY National engineering project competition at Polytechnic Yaoundé in 2019. He won a $6000 scholarship award from The African Leadership Bridge in 2019 to study for 24 months in Leadership Development Program at TekZone Academy. He won first prize for the Best ICT project of the year 2020 during the second edition of the Cameroon ICT Innovation week and received the Presidential Award of the year worth $27,000 becoming the youngest after presenting his project the e-Waste 3D Printer, a machine made from recycled electronic materials.

He was awarded and recognized in the category of technology and innovation as a 40 under 40 Honoree Achiever by Cameroon Achievers Magazine in 2021 and 2022 respectively. He emerged winner at TGFIA 2021 in the category of Innovation of the Year Award.

He was recognized and Awarded the Horizon Achievers and Builders Awards by the Horizon Newspaper in Cameroon in 2021 and at the end of 2021, emerged as the Star Prize Winner and received cash of $35,000 at the 9th Edition of the Future Africa Leaders Awards (FALA) in Lagos, Nigeria.

Join Nzometiah Nervis Tetsop at the forthcoming Silicon Mountain Conference, 2023

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