-From working with an e-Commerce Startup and Interning at some of the Biggest Law Firms in the Country to being awarded prestigious fellowships by The Royal Commonwealth Society and by Google -to conduct research around the intersection of Technology, Law & Public Policy; it is obvious Chukwuebuka is not your conventional Student.
He just concluded working as the first Undergraduate Google Policy Fellow in Africa, during which he decided to defer a semester of law school to fully maximize its potential, demonstrating just how passionate and committed he is.
Currently, he is actively pursuing that elusive middle, where Technology, Society and The Law meet for coffee.
He has worked with a Tech Start-up firm in Nigeria as a Legal Adviser, where he advised the CEO on the company’s incorporation and drafted various policy documents including Privacy Policies for their clients..
While with Google Host Organisation he was invited to assist in the drafting of the first ever Nigerian Digital Rights and Freedom Bill which seeks to, among other objectives, promote Online Freedom and protect citizens Privacy Online while defining the legal framework around surveillance.
During the summers of 2014 & 2015, he worked with some of the Biggest Law Firms in West Africa; his presentation at Aluko & Oyebode on "The Economics of the Internet of Things Boom" was received with acclaim.
As a Google Policy Fellow, He in addition to research work, met with stakeholders in the ICT Sector, to discuss issues around Internet freedom, Internet of Things & Internet laws /Policies which advances Nigeria Tech & Telecoms sector
- feel free to reach him on email@example.com
Royal Commonwealth Society
December 2015 - /
In recognition of my work; I was honoured with an Invitation conveyed by Dr Astrid Bonfield CBE, the Chief Executive of The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust, to become an Associate Fellow of the Royal Commonwealth Society.
The Associate Fellowship has always been granted to those who have demonstrated a sustained commitment to promoting the values of the Commonwealth and working to improve the lives of Commonwealth citizens.
The Royal Commonwealth Society was founded in 1868 and received its Royal Charter in 1882.
In the latter part of the twentieth century, the RCS became a center for the exchange of ideas and provided a platform for a number of notable African leaders, including Nelson Mandela, Thabo Mbeki and Desmond Tutu.
Over the years, the role of the Society has evolved to meet the changing nature of the Commonwealth and the needs of its Supporters. Today, the RCS exists to provide a vibrant and valuable international network for its supporters all over the world, and continues to educate, inform and celebrate the modern Commonwealth.
Multiple Award Winnig Unilever Brand Ambassador
January 2012 - /
Achievements & Awards Presented By Unilever
2015 - Unilever MADE Award (Highest Award to an Ambassador)
2015- 1 of 3 Overall Outstanding Ambassador of the Year
2014- Best Idea and Team Presentation, Unilever Campus Ambassador Conference 2014,
2014- Celebrated 1st Prize Winner, Unilever Facebook Challenge.
2014- National 1st Runner Up, Unilever Idea Trophy 2014 (Ambassadors version)
Awards Presented By Campus Team:
Head Ambassador, UNN Enugu Campus
- Understanding Unilever, its departments, functions and values as demonstrated when a five-man team led by me, won the Best Idea and Presentation at the Unilever Ambassadors Conference in 2014
- Liaising between the University of Nigeria campuses and Unilever Nigeria PLC.
- Working closely with Unilever Employer brand team.
- Hosting and organization of events that raise the awareness to the company brand (see achievement above)
- Attending and participating in Unilever events as a Unilever representative.