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CPS Atlanta Symposium

CPS Atlanta Symposium at Emory University, October 30, 2010

Following the highly successful symposium in Washington DC, the CPS Team brought the discussion spirit

to Atlanta, Georgia on October 30th, 2010. The theme of this event was ‘Leveraging Opportunities in the United States and in Cameroon’. The highly acclaimed panelists engaged the audience in their discussions, and presented practical ways of taking advantage of the opportunities available to Cameroonians, both in the United states and in Cameroon. The panelist for this symposium were: John Forseh, Agatha Achindu, Valentine Nzengung and Francis Pouatcha whose company Plooh sponsored the event.

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Speaker Biographies

Francis Pouatcha

Francis Pouatcha is a graduate in Management and Computer Science from the university of Erlangen- Nuremberg in Germany. With more than 10 years of experience in serving the German banking industry with critical business applications, Francis Pouatcha is Founder and CEO of the Adorsys Group, still servicing European and US-American businesses with critical banking application. Furthermore Francis Pouatcha is leading Adorsys putting this tremendous experience in a Privacy Protection Platform for the end consumer (www.plooh.com).

Agatha Achindu
Going “Green” is something Agatha Achindu, CEO & Chief Yummy Officer (CYO) for Yummy Spoonfuls™ knows a lot about, being a strong

believer in the adage “we are what we eat”. At 9 years old, Agatha began her love for cooking. She quickly became the “go to” person for wholesome, yummy recipes.
Married with a son, Agatha evaluated current baby food choices and realized most contained fillers, additives, hormones, sugar and salt (all the things that babies should not have). She gave her son an alternative! Her friends noticed and she started getting requests for organic supplies and anything she was willing to make. Preparing her son’s dinner one night, she thought of friends that were busy working moms wishing to feed their babies with healthy, organic food but just didn’t have the time and/or know-how to go about this: That night Yummy Spoonfuls™ was born.

John M Forseh, MSc

John Monono Forseh, born in 1974 in Ekona (South West Region – Republic of Cameroon), got enrolled at the tender age of 10 years into Bishop Rogan College (Junior Seminary) Small Soppo – Buea. He later studied Biology, Chemistry and Geology in Cameroon College of Arts, Science and Technology (CCAST), Kumba and graduated in 1991.

He moved to the United States in June 1991 and in 1994, obtained a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Geology at the University of Missouri, Kansas City. He worked on various Hazmat projects as an Environmental Technician. In 1997, he obtained his MSc in Urban Environmental Geology focusing on Water Quality and Black Shales from the University of Missouri.

Mr. Forseh attended and gained Information and Communication Technology related training at New Horizons Computer and relocated to Atlanta,Georgia in 1999. He became an Assistant Professor at the American InterContinental University (AIU). He also started lecturing Computer Networking to BIT and MIT students in January 2000. Mr. Forseh is currently an adjunct professor at AIU. He is also a seasoned Tax Preparer. As always, he is still highly caught up in work involving, but not limited to, the Cameroonian Community at various capacities, from alumnus to cultural organizations.

Valentine Nzengung, PhD

Valentine A. Nzengung is currently professor in the Department of Geology at the University of Georgia in Athens. He received his Ph.D. and M.Sc. in Environmental Geochemistry from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1993, and his B.Sc. in Geology, Cum Laude from Georgia State University in 1988. He has published landmark books and authored several journal articles.

Dr. Nzengung’s research interests includes but not limited to: Phytoremediation Technologies,

which deals with cleanup of soils, sediment, water and air using green plants and root zone associated mechanisms; and Microbial Mats Treatment System which deals with treatment of contaminated waters using green photosynthesizing microbial mats dominated by cyanobacteria.

He is the President and CEO of PLANTECO Environmental Consultants, LLC which offers environmentally friendly solutions to major problems such as municipal waste management especially in African countries, and the treatment of oil spills. PLANTECO has consulted for the Department of Defense among other agencies.