I am the founder and president of the Women's Foundation for Agriculture, Environment, Health, and Housing, which operates both locally and internationally. We are currently based in the United states and work overseas with different groups in Africa, Jordan, and Latin America.
I have worked for over 10 years with the World Bank Agricultural Development Program in Africa and as a consultant and presenter worldwide. I hold graduate degrees in agronomy and agricultural economics from the University of Nigeria Nsukka, the University of Reading in the UK, and the University of California, Pomona.
My motto is: Educate a woman, educate a family; educate a family, educate the world. I have worked with over 49 different cooperatives both men and women in sub Sahara Africa.
It is my heart desire to use my skills and experience to build programs on micro credit and micro agricultural enterprises, holistic health advocacy on rural far