Moyosoreoluwa Orekoya member
Moyo is a graduate of Illinois Institute of Technology with a degree in Chemical Engineering. Not wanting to wear a hard hat, he went on to earn his Masters in Engineering Management at Duke University. A thrill seeker, he opted to work as a Project Manager for a startup in Charlotte. He likes to describe his job as riding a unicycle while joggling a bowling ball, a burning tennis ball, a cactus and a morning star with a smile on his face. He loves it though! He joined CAIN because he believes in the power of a few dedicated people to do unfathomable good. He is interested in alleviating poverty by improving education and the financial inclusion of low-income women.
Emmanuella Shasha member
Emmanuella is a Congolese national and proud of her roots. She has an undergraduate degree in Accounting from the UW, but numbers and balances aren't the only things she is passionate about. She loves to work for and give back to her community. Whether it is through services in her church, volunteering at the Red Cross or in refugees’ assistance organizations, she feels most satisfied when her input impacts humanity. This is why she calls herself an aspiring humanitarian (soon, just humanitarian) and she is honored to serve the children of her beautiful continent with CAIN.