Mr. Isaac G. Nyenaweh spent several years in exile at the Buduburam Refugee Camp in Ghana, where he obtained his high school diploma and later migrated to the United States of America in 2004. A year later after his arrival in the United States, he relocated to Cincinnati, Ohio to further his studies.
Isaac is an Information Technology (IT) Professional with over four years of software application, database management and web development experience. His experience ranges from Microsoft Net Framework to Open Source Technologies.
He also volunteers as a teacher of Introduction to computer courses to local African adults within the Greater Cincinnati area. He is currently in the process of establishing an adult computer training center within Cincinnati to provide computer literacy classes to adults in need of the training. The computer trainings will strengthen Cincinnati’s workforce, families and communities.
Isaac is also an active board member and general secretary of the Liberian Community of Greater Cincinnati, webmaster for the Union of Liberian Association in the Americas (ULAA), founding member & webmaster of Buduburam Students Association (BSA), member and volunteer of Southwest Ohio GiveCamp (an annual weekend-long event where software developers, designers, and database administrators donate their time to create custom software for non-profit organizations), former Information Technology Committee Chair – Advance students organization at the University of Cincinnati, Ohio, Indiana, Northern Kentucky PHP Users Group (OINK-PUG), member of Cincinnati / Dayton / Southwest Ohio (CINDUG), member of the African Professionals Network (APNET) and few sectional and ethic organizations within the U.S. and in Liberia. He also serves as a webmaster for his local church and volunteer at the Drop in Center where his church (Clifton Church of Christ) monthly serves food for homeless families.
In his spare time, he loves to DJ, listens to music, watch movies, and play pool – when time permits.