It is a great honor to have Mr. Kehinde Oreagba, Chairman, Maryland Governor’s Commission on African Affair in full support of the empowerment of African girls across the United States through the Miss Africa USA Program. The Chairman who is committed to promoting African cultural heritage is equally excited to be part of this program and he is looking forward to welcoming all guests on Saturday November 5th at the Cramton Auditorium in the heart of the historical College, Howard University in Washington DC.
Learn More about Kehinde Oreagba
Chairman, Governor’s Commission on African Affairs.
Mr. Oreagba is a self-motivated and result-oriented project executive with over 20 years of experience in delivering information technology solutions. He is a specialist in the area of relational database design and development in various industries and environments. Mr. Oreagba has an undergraduate degree in Marketing. He also holds a Master of Science degree in Information Technology from the East London Business School of the University of East London. He is a certified professional Oracle database administrator with proven management and administration experience in rapid application development.
Mr. Oreagba has also grown to become an avid real estate connoisseur as exhibited by his numerous real estate holdings and clientele in the DC, Maryland, Virginia area and Nigeria.
Mr. Oreagba is currently the CEO of EMS-IT, an Information Technology company that has delivered wide ranging IT/database solutions with varying scopes and magnitudes for a number of corporate entities ranging from Fortune 500 companies, US Government agencies, as well as small and medium sized businesses, each time closely working with developers to ensure robust solutions as well as interfacing with the clients to ensure a continued flow of communication. Each project was concluded above and beyond the satisfaction of the clients, with an emphasis on ensuring scope coverage, schedule integrity and budget constraints.
Mr. Oreagba is happily married with 3 children and one grandchild. He is passionate about the development of the African continent and helping communities there develop mutually beneficial relationships with their counterparts in the US. In his spare time, he enjoys socializing and playing golf.