Kesandu is a highly analytical and ethical individual driven to learn new concepts while implementing and gaining valuable experience in the ever-evolving world of computer technology. While being a student at Oral Roberts University, she was a recipient of the President's Scholarship award and other scholarships. She bagged semesters on the Provost's Honor Roll amongst other accomplishments. She also participated in medical and missions outreaches,when she was back home in Nigeria and from her university, respectively.
After she graduated in May of 2015, with a major in Computer Information Technology and a minor in Mathematics, she moved to the East Coast of the United States and partook in several IT training development programs to improve her skillset. During the course of the training, while keeping in contact with her homeland, she connected with some public health specialists to find out how she could contribute her quota to eHealth in Africa and Cradlecount was born. CradleCount is an app that helps to calculate estimated time of delivery for pregnant mothers as well as provide regular tips for positive pregnancy outcome. CradleCount was released in October and was welcomed with positive feedback. While Kesandu is not working at her daytime job, she is looking for her next contribution to eHealth and other sectors. You can find her on her website at www.kesnovation.com
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