Founder & Executive Director
Ife Sarumi is a Graduate of Politics and Philosophy from the University of Hull, whose passion lies at the intersection of Politics and the media. She is a practicing public relations officer, with an innate passion for actualizing the potential of young people. Her beliefs drive her to focus on advocating for the empowerment of disadvantaged youths in Africa through policy reform.
Trustee, Head Of Learning Development
Femi serves as a Director in several companies, ranging from Property Development to Agriculture, and Hotels/Tourism. Additionally, he is the Director General of The Nigerian Institute. Aside from business interests, Mr. Oke is an active supporter of encouraging youth participation through education, strategizing, and mentoring.
Yvonne is a graduate of the University of Kent. She is a Lawyer and a professional member of The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators UK as well as the Institute of Chartered Mediators and Conciliators Nigeria. Yvonne is passionate about voters education and women empowerment in politics and governance. Yvonne enjoys travelling and learning new cultures hence her appointment as an internationalisation ambassador whilst in University. She also enjoys learning new languages and speaks Spanish at intermediate level.
Research Analyst & Editor
Philip Oke is a graduate of Law from the University of the West of England. Philip is a lawyer and an aspiring entrepreneur with interests in media, law and politics. He is passionate about Nigerian leadership and governance, voter education, and youth involvement in Nigerian politics. He loves football, reading, history and having healthy debates.
Ekanem Ukpong is an Accounting and Financial Management graduate with a keen interest in in Finance, Economics, Policy, and Politics. He is passionate about civic education, as well as youth participation in Nigerian politics. He loves reading, playing football, and having scholarly debates.
Deborah Semeton Whesu
Head of Logistics
Deborah is an undergraduate at Lagos State University, pursuing a degree in Transport Studies. She believes in adding value to people’s lives and she goes about doing that by contributing to social incentives which impact positive change to the world.
Logistics and Administration
Faweya Oluwaseun is a Medical Doctor in training at the College of Medicine, Lagos State University, Ikeja. He is passionate about youth development, politics, leadership, and governance. Seun is committed to building a generation of leaders who will together rewrite the narrative of the Nigerian healthcare system.