I am a woman with a vision and a sense of purpose. A female, a Nigerian, 32 years of age and single. A graduate of biochemistry and currently a student of public health at the masters level, all of the university of Nigeria, Nsukka. I love intellectualism and brain-storming for innovative ideas. I read like mad (a book worm indeed), but also have time for fun ( I bet, you can't beat me when it comes to dancing). I strongly believe in speaking up for what is right, especially on issues that has to do with women's health, women's right and empowerment. Putting smiles on the faces of people- the poor, children , the disabled or physically challenged, women- makes me feel fulfilled, perhaps this was what prompted my involvement as a volunteer for a number of local NGOs coupled with my regular job of research. I have a strong passion for sharing with others on a one to one basis, this makes life more beautiful for everyone. My motto is this: "Do all you can to lighten the burden for your fellow man" and one way of doing this is to "shout out" for what is good and right. Community development services, being a voice for vulnerable groups, reading, research, teaching and writing articles on social and public health issues trying to do so many things at the same time Reserch, monitoring and evaluation of projects, teaching and writing scientific social articles
My Vision for the Future
My vision is to see African women taking up leadership positions in national and global politics, education, economics and indutrial development.