Meet The Team
Board of Executives
Victoria Ibiwoye is the Founder and Director of OneAfricanChild Foundation for Creative Learning. a youth-led NGO addressing the inequality in education through experiential workshops focused on global citizenship education for low-income community children in Nigeria.
Victoria has addressed leaders at the United Nations and at several high-level consultations, calling on governments and key education stakeholders to prioritise quality and inclusive education for all. Currently, she serves as the Youth Representative to the SDG-Education 2030 Steering Committee and previously a youth ambassador of the Global Education Monitoring (GEM) report on “Accountability in Education” calling on governments to and enforce the right to education in national laws and in practice. Victoria is also a professional facilitator and has facilitated workshops for institutions like the United States Institute of Peace, Equitas International and the Institute of World Affairs.
In 2017 and 2018, Victoria was named as one of 100 Most Influential Young Africans by the African Youth Awards. She is also a 2019 Mandela Washington Fellow and a recipient of the Princess Diana Awards for her contribution to education advocacy and youth development.
Director of Programs
Segun Daniel is an experienced Digital Marketer and Artist with a demonstrated history of working in the non-profit sector as well as with several companies in Nigeria and abroad to promote their businesses through digital design, content creation, project management and public speaking. He is a graduate of the University of Ilorin with a Bachelor of Science in Educational/Instructional Technology.
He is strongly passionate about quality education for low income communities and has work with over 11 communities,18 schools and over 4,000 in and out of school children and over 220 teachers to engage them on Education for Sustainable Development.
Segun served as the Regional Director for OneAfricanChild in Kwara State from 2015 to 2019. As a result of his contribution and local impact, he has become a certified trainer on Peace and Resilience Building through a workshop organised by the UNESCO International
Institute for Capacity Building in Africa.
Pascal Ekeh is a lawyer, qualified to practise law in Nigeria. He has been with OAC for a couple of years and is a member of the Lagos Region. He is versed in corporate commercial law having worked on a number of local and international transactions. He currently works with the Advisory Unit at Deloitte Nigeria. In his spare time, he enjoys reading novels, watching movies and assisting friends with their private legal issues.
Media and Communications
Emma Nyabisi, a human rights activist, a lawyer, volunteer, and mentor. Her objective in life is to give back when possible. Emma live by the virtue of honesty, love, and kindness. She is passionate about creating awareness on equality, education and human rights protection..
Director of Human Resources
Olumuyiwa Kotila is a graduate of psychology, a young dynamic change agent, a skilled community development advocate and a community mobilizer with a strong commitment to leadership, nation building and value rebirth.He is passionate, dedicated and enthusiastic about ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education and promoting lifelong learning opportunities for all. Muyiwa is contributing significantly in improving the status of quality education in his community, also equipping people living in the community with relevant information required to be active, responsible and responsive citizens.
Director of Finance
Oyindamola Oseni is a Pan African University Life and Earth Sciences Institute (PAULESI) scholar pursuing a Master’s degree in Mineral Exploration Geoscience. She got her first degree in Geology from the University of Ibadan. She worked as an investment analyst at GTI Securities, a stockbroking firm, where she contributed to the publication of the weekly stock picks which helped increase transaction frequency of the clients and regularly gave investment advice to clients.Her passion for children made her join One African Child in 2014 where she has been an Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) educator. She served as the organization’s financial secretary in 2014 and currently, she is the Secretary of OAC Lagos. She is an advocate of the SDGs, and working towards the realisation of Goal 4 on Quality Education especially through OneAfricanChild. She enjoys reading and watching football.
OAC Lagos Team Lead
General Secretary – Uju Ude
Programs Director – Adebukola Adeboye
Director of Curriculum Development and Training – Joshua Shodunke
Director of Media and Communications – Blessing Uwisike
Director of Finance – Demilade Lawal
OAC Ibadan Team Lead
Director of Programs – Olatomiwa Olusesi
General Secretary – Christiana Ibiwoye
Director of Media and Communications – Temitope Arise
Director of Human Resources – Ibukun Adedeji
Acting Director of Finance – Oyindamola Oseni
OAC Kenya Team Lead
Programs Director – Caroline Boraya
Director of Curriculum Development – John Shivisi
Director of Human Resource and Welfare – Agatha Wanjala
Director of Media and Communications – Jacky Tallay
Director of Partnership and Sponsorship – Bonventure Otieno
Director of Finance – Makena Inyingi
We currently have a physical presence in Nigeria, Kenya and Benin Republic. We are a group of energetic and passionate youths championing the cause of positive change in our local communities.