Wellington Oboh, from Nigeria , is a Principal Education Officer in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Secondary Education Board and an ICT teacher, trainer, and consultant. Additionally, he was recently selected by the Minister of the FCT to help shape a policy roadmap for e-education, and he coordinated a Nigeria-South Africa partnership for promoting new ICT skills among teachers and learners. As a Humphrey Fellow, Mr. Oboh looks forward to seeing new possibilities for making a difference. When he returns home, he hopes to capacitate educators in the formal education sector by designing a program for digital literacy, giving them skills for delivering content in more engaging ways and taking advantage of the limitless opportunities technology offers to transform the education sector. His goal is to run an Educational Consultancy Service for innovative teaching practice and professional development, involving multiple stakeholders including the government, private sector, educational institutions, and nongovernmental organizations. He hopes to equip young entrepreneurs with technology skills, helping them to pursue academic dreams alongside their vocation, thereby reducing unemployment and tackling illiteracy at the same time.