She did her degree and postgraduate studies in Nigeria and still updating her professional life with online courses. Biography: Ukaoma has had a long-standing, passionate commitment to promoting life of women and children as a public health practitioner. This interest began when she did her national youth service where she worked as NYSC (National Youth Service Corps) head corper on Polio Eradication, which was UNICEF invented programme to integrate youth in participating in Health related activities. With the love she has for women, children and the vulnerable, it gears her working with agencies and programmes that has to do with women and child care development. She has worked nationally, internationally and locally with organisations like UNICEF, CDC, NSTOP and WHO. Ukaoma as a successful group worker, counsellor and advocate, focuses on bringing about community development and on issues that concerns women and children.
Eunice is a Nigerian registered nurse/midwife. A passion borne out of an ill-treatment her mother received in a health facility after home delivery spurred her into studying health education in which she has first and second degrees. Currently, she is undertaking her PhD programme in the same field at Ebonyi State University (EBSU), Abakaliki. Biography: She has worked with Enugu State ministry of health and currently with Ebonyi State ministry of health. An active member, Nursing and midwifery council of Nigeria (N&MCN), Health Promotion and Research Association of Nigeria (HEPRAN) National Association of Health Educators (NAHE). A passionate health worker, team leader and a facilitator.
Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering from a reputable university in Nigeria. A member of the Nigeria Society of Engineers (NSE). Biography: Even though an engineer by profession, Uche also has strong passion towards the welfare of women and children especially, which prompted his field volunteering on national preventable disease campaigns. A good team player, advocate and a result oriented person.
Education: She is a graduate of Public Administration from one of the best schools in Nigeria. Biography: Ijeoma fell in love with charity works when she was only a teenager, Inspired at a summer camp organized by Daystar Christian Center, she participated in many neighborhood outreaches, helping hands and community services. Her deep passion to help the less privileged stuck with her through college leading her to get her BA in Public Administration and led some campus charity campaigns. Over 10 years of developmental support services, she is happy spending her days keeping Nigeria an amazing place to live, one program at a time.
Austa is a mentor, guider and humanitarian. She majored in science from a reputable university in Nigeria, her love for children and mentorship led to her becoming an educationists. Member of st. Vincent de Paul (helper of the poor) and several community development associations in Nigeria and beyond. She has propagated a lot of women empowership programs to leverage hardship for rural women.