Monday, February 18, 2013

The Face of Sound Uncovered, Exploratoriums New iPad App

Photo by Exploratorium Staff
By Dupe Aleru|Ed Enterprise|February 18, 2013|1:10 pm

Lola Aleru, former Program Manager for the Exploratorium in San Francisco, is the new face of Sound Uncovered, a new innovative educational app for the iPad. This creative new app is the 2nd iPad app developed by Exploratorium staff. The fist app, Colored Uncovered, drew over one million downloads; hence, the need for making a second app.

Aleru, the sister of Tutors for Tots Founder Dupe Aleru, currently lives in Nairobi Kenya working as a Program Manager for Aquaya Institute. Aleru spent the last decade managing muli-million dollar projects as a program manager for various non profit organizations in the Bay Area. In addition, she was an integral part of the Society for Advancement for Chicanos and Native Americans in Science from 1999 - 2006 in Santa Cruz, California.

With a B.A. in Business Management Economics from the University of California, Santa Cruz, Aleru deems to have an impressive resume and work experience in business management.

While she's living and working for her dream job in Nairobi, one can follow her experience, journey and work by visiting Lola's Aleru's Journey in Nairobi Kenya.

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Tutors for Tots Featured in LB Business Journal

Photo taken by Thomas McConville
By Dupe Aleru|LB Business Journal|February 12, 2013|2:33pm

February 12, 2013 – Former Long Beach Unified School District teacher Dupe Aleru is the CEO and founder of Tutors for Tots, which opened on January 12 at 5541 E. 7th St. The business offers one-on-one education consulting, language tutoring, special education, test preparation, summer camp and other tutoring and counseling services for students from pre-Kindergarten to 12th grade.

For the full article, visit Long Beach Business Journal