Soji Oyinsan, Chairman of the board is an educator and social entrepreneur. He has a National Certificate in Education from the University of Lagos and a Bachelors degree in Education and English from the University of Ibadan. He taught in many schools across Nigeria before venturing into broadcasting. He also had professional training in broadcasting from various institutions such as Thomson Foundation Television College in the UK and Television Training, London. He has a wealth of administrative and managerial experience gained from working with the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) from 1975 to 1992. While at NTA he focused on training others and producing educational programs and socially relevant documentaries including the winning entry at the first National Documentary Festival in Nigeria in 1977. He was also awarded Best Producer in 25 years of television in Nigeria in 1984. He was an Associate Producer of “The Africans: A Triple Heritage”- a documentary written and anchored by Prof Ali Mazrui and produced by the BBC and PBS (WETA) in 1986. In Canada, he co-founded TelAfric Television Network an Afrocentric Network, which holds five broadcast licenses which strives for equity in media representation for people of African descent in North America.