I am a registered nurse, nurse educator, IT professional and entrepreneur with a passion for community development. I advocate for cultural diversity, aged care, women and youth empowerment. A graduate of the African Leadership development program (2017), winner of 2018 Afroshine award (business and entrepreneurship).
I continue to volunteer and support multicultural projects and initiative programs in the community. I serve as Women and Youth Leader at Care Africa Australia, an executive member of African Day Australia (ADA). The PRO for Ibadan Progressive Association of Australia (IPAA), member of Nigeria Society of Victoria (NSV) and former member of Reconciliation Committee (NSV). I’m in the subcommittee of ADA family and youth forum, I served as the coordinator of the Point Cook Growth Development Centre for five years. I also volunteer at the African connect group and interfaith network.
I believe in positive integrations and unity, irrespective of race, social status, ethnicity, religion or gender.