I am a reproductive health expert with over a decade’s experience implementing programmes in East, West and Southern Africa. My passion is to promote the elimination of all barriers to health and wellbeing of women and girls all over the world and I have committed the most of my professional and personal efforts to achieving this.
I hold a Master of Public Health in Epidemiology from University of Liverpool, United Kingdom and a Bachelor of Environmental Health from Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa. I also have experience in policy research and development, performance and knowledge management, programme management to mention a few.
Born in Nigeria, I have lived and travelled to more than 10 different countries on the African continent as well as countries in North America and Europe. My travel and exposure have made me into a culturally aware professional with a wealth of knowledge in cultural and social contexts across the African continent.
In my personal time, I volunteer on the board of more than one organization working to promote the rights of young people and young girls in Africa.