John Olatchy Momoh (OON) is the Chairman and CEO of Channels Television, a TV station he founded in 1992. Channels Television is the nine-time winner of Nigeria’s “Television Station of the Year” Award and a recent winner of the African Achievers Awards Trust’s 2014 “Best Television Station in Africa”. He is an alumnus of the prestigious Harvard Business School and a Fellow of the Nigerian Guild of Editors and the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. On July 28, 2016, John Momoh was elected Chairman Of Broadcasting Organization Of Nigeria. While working at NTA, John Momoh distinguished himself by winning several notable professional awards including the maiden edition of the Nigerian Media Merit Awards “News Anchor of the Year” and, the Nigerian Union of Journalists Award for the “Newscaster of the Year”. John Momoh was honoured in December 2005 by the Federal Republic of Nigeria as an “Officer of the Order of the Niger(OON).” In 2006, he was honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Nigerian Information Society. He is a “Chevening” Fellow and a Fellow of the “African Future Leaders”. In June 2013, he received the Lagos Business School’s Distinguished Alumni Award. His television station, Channels TV, is the first Nigerian broadcaster to be nominated at the International Emmy for the International Children’s Day of Broadcasting Award. The good news for the Ausso Leadership Academy (ALA) and the entrepreneurs registered for mentorship is that John Momoh is one of the Champions of Entrepreneurship who will be sharing his story to inspire the class.