Board Members

Board of Directors

Vivian E. Bello

Founder/C.E.O

Danlami Nmodu

Board Member

Barrister Joy

Board Member

Founder/C.E.O

VIVIAN EBELE BELLONU

PROFILE

1)     Is a foremost Civil, Environmental and Women’s Right Activist, a Researcher and Social Communicator with several publications to her credit. She is a Writer, a Change-Agent and Development Expert with extensive years of work spanning across Media and the Non-governmental Sector in Nigeria. She is a multi-Linguist and an Alumnus of the renowned Nigeria French Language Village, Badagry, Lagos State. Vivian worked for over a decade at management level at the Social Development Integrated centre, (Social Action), Nigeria. She ran briefly for office of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in 2022, before stepping down to continue her philanthropic works and activities. Vivian holds a Master’s Degree in Linguistics and Communications, and is a member of Board of several Nigerian Non-Profit Organizations. She is also an Honorary Ambassador of Girl-Child Education.

BOARD MEMBER

BARRISTER JOY

PROFILE

A lawyer, Entrepreneur and Mentor with portfolios of start-ups in digital commerce and youth development. She is a strong believer in young people and devotes her time and skills to young talents mentoring and skills nurture and development.

BOARD MEMBER

DANLAMI NMODU

PROFILE

Is a renowned Journalist, prolific Writer and Editor-in-Chief/Publisher of two Nigeria’s respected Newspapers; Newsdiaryonline and Modus Operandi. He was a Co-Founder/Executive Editor of the Insider Weekly Magazine. Mr Nmodu works to actively foster and promote the Unity and peaceful co-existence of Nigeria. He has been awarded a National Honour in Nigeria, in recognition of his contributions to the development and the Country.

BOARD MEMBER

OKOMADU QUEEN

PROFILE

Is an astute Media practitioner with over a decade of active work in broadcast Journalism. Ms. Okomadu has ran a long-standing career connecting journalism to social issues and strongly advancing the cause of socio-economic emancipation of women and girls in the society.