I got the opportunity to speak at this year’s ASU + GSV Summit in Salt lake City, Utah. It is the world’s largest education technology summit, bringing together educators, innovators, entrepreneurs, and technologists.

I spoke on a panel with Adam Lupu, VP of Learning at Andela, and Tolu Komolafe, an Andela developer based out of Lagos (here’s my speaker profile!). Our panel was moderated by Jody Bailey, CTO of Pluralsight (which we use quite a lot at Andela!), and revolved around distributed work, diverse teams, and Andela’s unique learning model that’s used by tech talent from Lagos, Nairobi, Kampala, and across Africa to learn and grow into world-class software developers.

(Update: Speaker profiles for the 2017 event are no longer abailable, but you can watch the full session here.)

It was great being at the summit and meeting entrepreneurs in the ed tech space. A highlight for me was getting a tour of the Pluralsight offices in Farmington, Utah.

Before our panel session

On stage!

At the Pluralsight HQ