I am proudly Nigerian with German and Scottish heritage. I was born in Nigeria, raised in the United Kingdom, and have lived and worked across four continents.
Growing up as a child, I wanted to be a medical doctor. We all know how the Nigerian educational system ends up changing someone’s original destiny, so I ended up studying Zoology.
Two Nigerian women, Mrs. Ujama Akpata and Mrs. Kikelomo Fola-Ogunniya, have partnered in logistics business, Jand2Gidi, to reduce the frustrations that customers go through in the local and international goods and services delivery across the country.
‘We need to subdue extreme poverty through productive collaboration of all talents regardless of gender’
My early life was nothing near a bed of roses. I was a regular girl in a regular rural environment in the eastern part of Nigeria. I knew hardship and deprivation.
Adefunke Oluremi Adewumi is a goal getter and a force to reckon with. She is committed to supporting indigent communities, providing shelter for homeless victims of domestic violence, and empowering widows and single mums across the nation...
My first degree was in Biological Sciences interestingly but it was my interest in business that motivated me to change disciplines.
When a Pharmacist has a burning passion for women and children, committed to giving hope to the hopeless, and lending her voice to the voiceless, she deserves to be celebrated.
The Group Managing Director (GMD), OOK Group Ltd., Omolara Svensson, has said that for any business to thrive in any nation, basic government infrastructure must be in place.
In the golden years of Nigeria, the country has consistently produced exceptional women who are not just only great role models but also astute professionals in different fields of endeavour.
My leadership skills have been developing since childhood, which led me to become a responsible teenager, then adult, parent and a good friend. I am super organised; I always have been.
Women who combine different careers and stay focused don’t only win wherever they take their light; they also encourage other women to have ‘Can Do’ Spirit.
As part of its vision towards inspiring girls to be strong, smart and bold, Girls Inc. of Northern Alberta and Bouchier, Canada, has announced IJ Uche-Ezeala as the final nominee of the 2021-2022 Women of Inspiration Series.
Yes, my childhood prepared me a lot, and I owe my hustling and building spirit to my guardian (Mrs Joy Udoji), who happens to be my aunt from my father’s side.