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Olusola and Oyenike Areogun Development Initiative (OOAD Initiative)
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Olusola and Oyenike Areogun Development Initiative
KM 4, Gbogan-Osogbo Expressway, Osogbo Nigeria, P.O.Box: 1838
Having received her Bachelor’s degree in English and Master’s degree in International Management with HRM from reputable institutions, she has had working experience in Academia as well as in other sectors. She has end–to–end HR experience from various sectors and manages the HR operations of the Initiative. Miss Areogun is an avid reader, writer, education enthusiast, entrepreneur and speaker. She is an advocate for the Girl Child as well as for promoting a reading culture among young people. The Destiny Scribes Writing Competition is her brainchild, an initiative which began as an in-house writing competition for Destiny International College
Oluwatuyi Oluwakemi holds a Bachelor’s degree in Law from the University of Ilorin Kwara State, Nigeria in 2003, proceeded to the Nigerian Law School, Lagos Campus in 2004 and was called to the Nigerian Bar in November 2005. She worked with a law firm and afterwards, started practicing on her own. She has since been involved in corporate practice being her area of interest.
Oluwaseun is a Nigeria born and raised climate and nature advocate. She holds a Bachelor of Agricultural Technology in (Forestry), from the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria. Currently, Oluwaseun is an Erasmus Mundus Scholar in Sustainable Forest and Nature management at the Bangor University, Wales and University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Oluwaseun works as the Managing Director of a youth-led, international non-profit organization that educates, empowers, and mobilises young people to lead on solutions for the ecological and climate crises that are rooted in science. Previously, Oluwaseun worked as the Head of Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)/Youth in Landscapes (YIL) Sub- Commission of the International Forestry Students’ Association (IFSA). Also, she worked with the UN-REDD Programme on the Vlogging for forest campaign to advocate forest/nature protection at the Conference of Youth (COY15) and Conference of the parties of the UNFCCC Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP25). Oluwaseun is an active climate activist and environmentalist advocating for sustainable environment and rural livelihoods in Nigeria, particularly on forest policy in relation to rural livelihoods systems, biodiversity conservation, and Landscape restorations and management, this has over the years led to fast rising passion in advocating for access to Quality Education and sustainable healthy living among rural communities in Nigeria.
Seun Anjorin is a data-science enthusiast with strong interest in public health and international development. He obtained his first degree in Physiology at the University of Benin, Nigeria and a Master’s degree in Public Health at the University of Wolverhampton, UK. He is a winner of several awards and scholarships including the Undergraduate Prize for Physiology 2011, Rob Clarke Award 2012 by the Physiological Society UK and a Commonwealth Scholarship. He has 3+years’ experience in Project Management with proven records in designing and implementation of innovative health programs in low resource settings. He possesses expertise in quantitative and qualitative research, and use of R, STATA and Phyton for data-analysis.
Olubukola Abiodun joined the OOOAInitiative in August 2020 as the Administrative Head of the Foundation. She is a graduate of Nursing Science from Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Ogbomosho where she specialized in Midwifery Nursing and Public Health Nursing. During her National Youth Service Corps in Sokoto State, she was honoured with an Award of Excellence for her contribution to the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency. She is passionate about bringing healing to people who have been through traumatic experiences. She is involved in different outreaches both within her field and other spheres which has brought great relief to many around her. When she is not busy with work you can find her meditating, listening to messages, music and engaging in impactful discussions.