Ini is the founder of Love and Care for People. She is a passionate philanthropist and humanitarian with a keen interest in human rights and in the welfare of young children, girls, youths and women. Ini is an avid public and transformational speaker who motivates and inspires with her words, reigniting hope and faith where they have been lost.
Ini has a degree in Public Health and Health Promotion and a postgraduate degree in Rural Development, Food Marketing and Cooperative Organisations from one of Ireland’s leading universities: University College Cork. She also possesses an Honorary Doctorate among other professional certifications.
Ini is an international multi-award winning social entrepreneur and activist. She is a recipient of several international recognitions including the Women4Africa Award, African Women Achievers Awards and IKRWO Awards, among several others. She loves travelling and creating new concepts.
Ado has a bachelor’s degree in medical science and nursing from the prestigious and award winning National University of Ireland in Cork. He has a postgraduate degree in Cooperative Organisations, Food Marketing, and Rural Development, a postgraduate degree in Teaching and Learning and a Masters in Social Marketing.
Ado has worked as a tutor and acting coordinator for the Fetac Level 6 Nursing with Mallow College of Education. He is Head Teacher LCP Wisdom Centre and LCP Leadership Academy and Training Institute.
Ado takes great delight in philanthropic works, in helping people reach their fullest potential and in seeing them perform successfully in their chosen career.
He continues to be passionate for empowering children, complementing this passion with his love of music and using it to entertain children. To date, he has released two musical albums.
Bolarinwa has a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science. He has vast experience in Network Infrastructure Management, Content Development, Enterprise Risk Management, Project Management and Microfinance. Bolarinwa believes the fight against poverty can only be won by creating financial independence through financial inclusion.
Sharmili holds an MBA in Human Resources. She has years of experience working as a HR in the media and the IT sectors. She has a passion for volunteering and in her spare time, she enjoys reading good thought-provoking books. Sharmili believes every person has a social responsibility to give something back to the society.
Mahwish Rauf has a master’s in Economics, she is partly qualified as a Charted Management Accountant. Mahwish is currently studying ATI and is in her final year. Mahwish enjoys Arts and Crafts, painting and drawing and she believes the arts makes the world a beautiful place.
Moredeun Oduwole holds a B.Sc in Pharmacy. She enjoys reading, swimming, cooking, and eating. Rade is she is fondly called also loves discovering new places and meeting new people.
Nishita holds a B.E. in Electronics and Communication Engineering. She also took up History of Arts & Sciences and Astronomy at Harvard University where she researched on how art can help us develop a distinct perspective of the universe. In her free time, she enjoys travelling and swimming. Nishita has her passion for volunteering and in her free time, she enjoys travelling and swimming
Elly has a BS and MS in Applied Mathematics and a Major in Mathematical Finance with minor degrees in Economics and Development Management from the Ateneo de Manila University in the Philippines. She is a young professional looking to make a difference in the world.
Victor He holds two Masters Degrees in Public Administration and Criminal Justice from Arkansas State University and Southern University at New Orleans respectively in the United States. He has years of experience as a Juvenile Justice Specialist and enjoys working with youths and supporting them in achieving their goals.
Okoli Chukwuka Ikenna
Okoli is a passionate youth and one with the intent of making humanity better through social impact.
He is an SDG Advocate, writer, researcher, HR personnel and real estate consultant. He believes that “we can’t keep doing the same thing and expect a different result”.