Kola leads the Clock team in their efforts to solve the global education crisis with the use of technology. He has been very involved with learning systems design with major institutions including the University of Pretoria, Van Schaik and the National Student Financial Aid Scheme(NSFAS). He successfully led technical teams on major projects for the Western Cape Government.He is an anzisha fellow,winner of R500,000 SAB innovation prize and was recently recognized as one of the Mail and Guardian Top 200 Professionals in South Africa.
Kola Olajide - CEO
Bringing more than 15 years of leadership experience in product development, delivery and innovation, Riyaad is responsible for driving Clock's developer operations and cloud infrastructure. He started his career as a software engineer in healthcare and then moved on to work in technology for companies in finance, e-commerce, education, and logistics. Prior to joining Clock, Riyaad held product leadership roles at Sybase, Dimension Data, and PicknPay. Riyaad earned an undergraduate degree in Computer Science from University of Western Cape.
Riyaad Salasa - DevOps Lead
Chad began working with the Clock team 2 years ago as an intern and he kept coming back year after year to gain experience. Upon graduating from UWC, he was finally able to join the team as a full-time interaction designer. In his free time, Chad enjoys an occasional game of Fifa.
Chad Williams - Interaction Designer
Chijioke is a manager on the growth team, committed to bringing forward thinking institutions onto the re-education bandwagon being led by Clock. Prior to joining Clock, Chijioke analyzed consumer behavior and developed growth strategies for companies around the world as a management consultant. Mr Nwosa earned a BSc in Physics from the University of Nsukka, Nigeria and holds an MSc in Space Science from the National Astrophysics and Space Science programme from the University Of Cape Town. He enjoys travel, a good cup of coffee, and anything to do with football.
CJ Nwosa - New Business Development
Linda is passionate about improving educational opportunities in Africa and has consulted with several organizations in the sector. She assisted the Minerva Schools at KGI to develop and implement their Africa recruitment strategy.She was also responsible of Google business partnerships in Francophone Africa for the Street View,Street Art, and Cultural Institute products (partner portfolio of about 100 government stakeholders in the arts/culture sector, cultural institutions managers, and individual artists, etc.) Linda was also part of a working group to gauge business opportunities for confidential access initiatives in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Linda Rebeiz - User Experience Designer