Adebukola Oso Is The Founder Of AfriWomen For Entrepreneurship Initiative And Is The CEO Of 67 Acres Farm And Syndic8 International Limited.
With A Professional Record And A Background In Law, Social Policy And Multimedia Studies, Adebukola Is A Philanthropist, Social Enterprise Consultant, Venture Capitalist, Motivational Speaker And An Entrepreneur.
Through An Interesting And Impressive Professional Career Spanning Over 3 Decades, Adebukola Has Worked Across Several London Boroughs And With Major Charitable Organizations In The UK Like Barnardos, Community Housing Association And One Housing Group. In These Capacities, She Has Worked In Partnership With The Health, Social And Education Sector; Probation; Court; Immigration And Other Agencies Of Change To Develop And Implement Policies Which Empower Women, Vulnerable Families And Youths With Complex Needs To Rise Above marginalization And Attain Socio-Economic Integration.
Engineer Lanre Akinseye is a graduate of Metallurgical and Material Engineering from the Federal University of Technology Akure; a chattered engineer; and member of the Nigerian Society of Engineers. He is also an entrepreneur and businessman. He is currently the Head Marketing Winteck Nigeria Limited and a board member of Kamen Aggregates and Construction limited. A big advocate of gender equality, Lanre believes that everybody should be allowed to seat at the table regardless of their gender
Bukky Ajadi has two degrees- English and religious studies and law from the University of Ife, Nigeria. She joined the Oyo State Judiciary in 2004 and is currently the chief registrar Customary Court of Appeal, Oyo State. Bukky is passionate and driven by a vision of creating opportunities for women and the girl child from her plethora of experiences garnered on the bench. Her passion is not a feminism fight, but that which is fuelled by the need for the humane treatment of women and the girl child
Prof. Modupe Onadeko is the founder of many NGOs campaigning against Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and other harmful traditional practices. for her invaluable knowledge and commitment to the health and welfare issues of women, she was elected the national president of the Nigerian chapter of the Inter-Africa committee, an international NGO.
Alhaji Y.K Abass is a renowned textile merchant, socialite and popular director of the shooting stars sports club.
He is passionate about the education particularly of women and the girl child. he advocates for and supports the literacy and skills acquistion of women and girls as a way of reducing poverty in communities
Jimoh is a graduate of accounting. He is responsible for the running of the financial system of the AfriWomen in accordance to the organisation’s policies, procedures and any additional donor compliance requirements. He also ensures that all internal and external financial reports
are produced timely.
He brings his accounting skills into the AfriWomen’s curriculum for adult literacy by teaching functional literacy like budgeting skills, income and expenditure for MSMEs.
Sheriff is married with children. When he is not at work, he enjoys reading.
Facilitator at Adult Literacy Centre
Theresa is an educationist. With her husband she runs Christ Armies- a crèche and early years school.
She is a qualified teacher. She has a Nigeria Certificate In Education from the National Teachers Institute.
Patiently and calmly, she teaches and encourages women and girls with low self esteem to develop confidence in their abilities to read and write simple sentences in English.
Despite her tight schedule, with the volunteering support from her husband, she runs one of the AfriWomen’s biggest centers. She loves music, and is a chorister.
Programme and Research Officer
Is a Microbiology graduate from Ahmadu Bello University. She has experience in customer and
A lover of books, Kauna likes to read mystery novels. She also enjoys public speaking and surfing the internet. Kauna is putting her interests into building relationships based on trusts with the AfriWomen’s diverse groups. She is using this experience to understand their journey, build
perspectives from it, and support them by incorporating this information into building their learning curriculum.
A graduate of mass communication, Abisola is very keen on Human Resources policies and procedures that facilitates the empowerment of women at work and in business.
Abisola is interested in the nurturing of the social development of the girl child. She contributes to the programme team’s research and curriculum development towards fundraising and contents which include sexual reproductive health rights for girls, leadership and personal development.
In her personal time she likes acting and singing. She is a chorister