Chike Aguh (Chee-Kay Ah-Goo) is chief programs officer at EveryoneOn, see a national social enterprise providing high-speed, low-cost Internet service and computers, and free digital literacy courses for almost 200,000 families living in poverty. He oversees all national initiatives and strategic partnerships. As the son of Nigerian immigrants, whose lives were changed by US educational and economic opportunities, he has spent his career ensuring that everyone has access to the same.
Aguh worked as an education policy official under Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a second grade teacher and Teach For America corps member, a Fulbright scholar in Thailand, and a director of corporate strategy and performance technologies at the Advisory Board Company. He worked with the US Department of Education and McKinsey & Company.
Aguh received a bachelor’s degree from Tufts University, a master of education degree from Harvard Graduate School of Education, a master of public administration degree from Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and a master of business administration degree from Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Ague is a member of 100 Black Men of Prince George’s County, advisory board member at Prince George’s County Social Innovation Fund, board member at Code in the School’s Alumni Board of Directors, term member at the Council on Foreign Relations, member of Harvard Kennedy School of Government’s Alumni Board of Directors, and a volunteer startup advisor for education technology at the Harvard Innovation Lab. He lives in Beltsville, Maryland, with his wife, Crystal, and attends Zion Church in Landover, Maryland.