Dr. Akintayo Emmanuel
Dr. ‘Tayo Emmanuel has been heavenly mandated to serve as a missionary and be a blessing to the least reached nations of the world (majority world), including Africa, Asia, and the Mediterranean countries through Missio Dei. He is a philanthropist, author, intercessor, conference speaker, professional developer, and multipreneur.
He is the overseer of God’s Remnant Assembly Global. He is also the president and director of G42-Global Reformers, GRA Mission Squad Global, GRA Mission Squad-BRIDGE, and GRA Health Initiatives. He has devoted his time to mentoring the next generation through 100% Triumph organization in several universities and colleges in different countries.
Education & Work
Akintayo is the CEO of Global Leadership and Intercultural Studies Initiatives (GLISI) designed to raise global servant-leaders that will be an agent of practical applications in international conflict management and resolution forum including intercultural dynamics, economic development, and analysis, peacebuilding, conflict management theory, ethical and cultural foundations in today’s complex challenges marked by globalization, technological impact, competition for scarce resources and deepening interconnections between people and institutions. GLISI prevents, manages, and transforms conflict into constructive productivity.
As the CEO of Africa Entrepreneur and Socioeconomic Development Association (AESDA), that is intentionally fostering creative transformation in Africa continent, he and the board of directors envisions, an African continent free from hunger and malnutrition by 2030 by providing a research-based policy solution that sustainably reduces poverty and end hunger.
He is the founder of the Family Development and Samaritan Foundation (FDSF), a holistic humanitarian and philanthropic organization that is a member of the United Nations – (ECOSOC), of which his wife, Sarah Emmanuel is the president.
Dr. Emmanuel attended the University of Ibadan, Catholic University of America, Oklahoma State University, NASA Aerospace Education at Johnson Space Center, Houston, and Northeastern University. He also obtained a certificate of completion in cross-country Aviation Flight. As a Geneticist, he relishes the challenges of research in several areas of molecular genetics, genomics, genetic toxicology involving the detection of toxic mutagenic and clastogenic activity in characterized test systems. He also has vast experiences in Global Studies, Missiological researches, and cross-cultural world missions.