Check out our faculty of facilitators and their major achievements.
Peace Anyiam-Osigwe, MFR  
If you refer to AMAA Awards as the ‘Oscar” of Africa, you are not far from it.
 Peace Anyiam-Osigwe, MFR is a Nigerian filmmaker and entertainment executive. She is the founder of globally acclaimed film ceremony, Africa Movie Academy Award. The Guardian documents that she pioneered the screening of Nollywood films at international film festivals. She directed the first music video of hip-hop sensation, P-Square. she was bestowed a Member of the Federal Republic by the Nigerian government for her contribution to the entertainment industry.
 According to Wikipaedia, Anyiam-Osigwe founded the Africa Film Academy, a body that governs the film ceremony since 2005. The award ceremony is reputed to be one of the most recognized awards for Africans in film-making. In 2015, she began the AfricaOne initiative to commemorate Africans in the entertainment industry.
 Anyiam-Osigwe was born on March She is from the notable Osigwe Anyiam-Osigwe family in Nkwerre, Imo State. She is the only girl in a family of eight children. She has a degree in Law and political science from Oxford Brookes University.
Francis Lawani 
Francis Lawani has over nine (9) years of experience working in organizations as a business strategist, relations manager, administrator and researcher. He is skilled in business propositions, logistics,
technology and communications, including multiple social media outlets.
Having worked as a research / social media & brand manager for one of Nigeria’s biggest beverage company (The La Casera Company Plc – leading brand in Apple flavoured CSD), he focuses on entertainment solutions for brand events, empowering talents across university campuses through talent exposures and referrals.
Educated in Western Nigeria, he is helping to mentor the next generation to take responsibilities despite their backgrounds and lack of opportunities by connecting them with investors and mentors from across the globe that educates and nurtures their dreams. He is presently the Head Administrator for the Africa Film Academy, the curator of the Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA).
Francis Lawani is a good motivator and communicator with sound analytical
Stella Adejoke Adunbi-David (nee Bello)
Stella Adejoke Adunbi-David (nee Bello) is the CEO of GP Media TV Network and started her career in media as far back as mid 2004 with Owuro Lawa (the first award winning Yoruba breakfast television program) before moving on,  to work with the llate Prince Alade Aromire’s cable network – TV3, where she pioneered her owned breakfast program Morning Light which ran on air from 2006-2008 and then to Bisi Olatilo’s BISCOM world television on HItv, where she was an entertainment reporter.
All these experiences gave her, insight and opportunity to has given her deep insight on how entertainment and media industry
She has mentored aspiring media and entertainment professional with some of her mentees already gainfully employed at top entertainment platforms, today.
S.A. Adunbi-David, fondly and popularly known as Olori AJ, is currently the elected vice chairman of the Yoruba Broadcasters Association, Lagos chapter.