1st AEECE ANNUAL CONVENTION (AAC) 2016

James Ogum
Engr. James Ogum

My name is Engr. Ogum James O, and I am extremely excited to serve as the President of the Association of 2003 Graduates of Electrical/Electronics and Computer Engineering, NAU, Awka! This year’s AAC will be held at the BEVERLY HILL PORTHACOURT from Friday, SEPT 30TH to Sunday, 2ND OCT and the theme is “POWERING FUTURE TOGETHER: Unity, Innovative and empowerment.”

I believe that this year’s theme will challenge us as leaders to get back to our purpose of achieving the AEECE mission while working together to create innovative ways to achieve our great goal in 2020.
AAC is the first conference of the year for all the engineers of 2003 AEECE. I hope that you will take advantage of the opportunity to interact with your regional and upcountry members. This conference will give you the opportunity to share ideas with other leaders and develop a strong foundation for the year. My hope is for you to develop relationships with other engineers throughout the society and develop a better understanding of the part you pay in helping the Society fulfill the mission. The workshops and functional are all designed to support this year’s regional directives: UNITY, INNOVATION AND EMPOWERMENT.
You will learn about AEECE leadership, develop your soft skills, and network with other engineers and the region professionals. We will have multiple workshops with an emphasis on membership retention, financial management, effective communication, project execution, member’s welfare and much more led by AEECE members, and company representatives. We will get back to our purpose and work together to achieve the mission. Let become the leaders that create innovative ideas in our communities.
I look forward to seeing you in the beautiful “Garden City” of Port Harcourt for 2016 1st AEECE Annual convention.
Keep it 2 HYPE!

 

Engr. Ogum James .O

2016-2017 President Association of Electrical/Electronic and Computer Engineering

James.ogum@eecenau2003@org

www.eecenau2003.org

  PS: Don’t leave Port Harcourt without tasting the city’s  roasted plantain and fish.

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