Who is Kujo?
In the quest for quality preschool lessons, stories and experiments online,
Kujo’s Kid Zone creates short videos that promote fun, self-awareness, and exploration.
It began with a passion for play and experimentation. Founder and host Randy Quansah mixed curiosity and
fun entertaining his brother’s kids with fun activities that nurtured discovery, expression and understanding
of the world around them. Once he became a father, he saw the direct and exciting connection between
fun, engaging early learning, intellectual growth and language development.
He also saw the need for greater representation of people of colour and culture.
Together, his bringing his unique concept of unity, social awareness, fun and experiential education
online to share with children and parents around the world.
By day, he is a Human Resources professional and business instructor, as well as a champion for finding greatness in others.
As host of Kujo’s Kid Zone, Randy brings a friendly, respectful and cultural approach to teaching in French and English.
His high degree of creativity makes him a top draw online to inspire a generation of leaders and pillars in their communities.
‘Kujo’ is actually his given name, meaning ‘Born on a Monday’–a special tradition that originates in Ghana.
Randy’s character mirrors Kujo’s to a certain degree, as he brings out everyone’s inner child with an openness,
willingness to explore and challenge old ways of thinking in order to grow and expand perspectives and horizons.
His unique character is a transformational leader who is not afraid to fail in order to discover the truth.
His character constantly fails at the beginning of experiments. However, he maintains an optimistic and inquisitive attitude,
searching for the answer with subject matter experts, including the Imagination Helmet!
He also believes in collaborative problem solving as he asks the audience and his fellow cast member puppets questions
and takes on theirs suggestions in order to try to solve a problem. His goal is to ask kids to try and duplicate
and discuss an experiment or social subject at home with their parents and guardians.
This helps promote continuous learning and cultivate one-on-one parental time in fun and engaging way.
Kujo is a also a little bit of an odd duck with his glasses, hair and his choice of attire. However he embraces differences not only in himself but in others. He realizes that diversity and inclusion are necessary in order to expand perceptions.
He and his cast mates encourage this by stating the show’s phrase
“Be Kind. Be Brave. Be Curious. And most importantly–Be Yourself!”
In world where everyone is trying to be different there is an underlining need to fit into a box or label.
We believe every human is unique and we should celebrate this every day.