Since the start of the year, we have engaged our team members, who work tirelessly to support our work in seven African countries and beyond. Through the #FacesofPIN campaign, we highlight what they do for the organisation, their inspiration, and lessons, among others.
In this edition, we spoke to our Programs Intern, Israel Micheal, and this is what he had to say:
What do you do for the organisation?
As an intern, I support managing Digital Inclusion projects within the organisation
What is your inspiration, or what inspires you in life?
The concept of the multiverse suggests that for every choice I’ve made or opportunity I’ve missed, there exists a version of me who followed through on all promises and lived the best life possible. I’m determined to be that version of myself. “Gotta be the best me
What do you love about your job?
I love the people, the experiences, the challenge to think and be innovative.
What do you love about PIN?
PIN models a family. It’s weird, but it’s true. I love how transparent ‘Gbenga is.
What are some of the lessons you have learned over the years? (This could be regarding work or life)
Life doesn’t always turn out the way you want, but with God, every disappointment is a blessing in disguise.
What do you enjoy doing in your free time?
Programming, gaming, movies, learning.