Olotewo Onaerhime Oghenetega is a Photographer, Graphics personnel and an IT enthusiast, He also loves writing and capturing images that depict stories of cultural diversity.
He believes the girl child deserves to be educated in all aspects.
Tega is the Head South-West Region Coordinator- Kate Tales Foundation
Chidera Ochuagu is a child/teens advocate, teacher and a digital marketer.
She is the initiator of The Gift A Pad Project-- a project that provide teenage girls in schools the access to sanitary pads to prevent drop-out as a result of their menstrual cycle. Chidera also work to promote children and teenagers from barriers that threaten their human rights.
Chidera is a South-West Region Coordinator-- Kate Tales Foundation.
Anthony Uche is from Abia State, Nigeria. He is a graduate of Biochemistry from Abia State University.
Anthony’s desire is to contribute to human development in the South West, Nigeria, by promoting access to quality education, women empowerment and youth development across the Southwest.
Anthony is a South-West Region Coordinator -- Kate Tales Foundation.
Oluwapelumi Grillo is a student at the Lagos state university, Nigeria, she is a writer, a poet and an actress.
In preparation for a career in law, GriIlo embarked on a girls and women advocacy path in order to explore, evaluate and understand injustice of various forms in her community. She identifies major oppressive challenges and works on preventive strategies to eradicate the sources.
She is a South-West Region Coordinator- Kate Tales Foundation
Bennery Blessing Bello was born in Kogi state, Nigeria.
She is a fiction writer, a fashion designer, and an artist. She is a graduate of clothing and Textile from Kogi State University, and a strong believer of girl’s empowerment and contribution to society.
Bennery is developing a YouTube channel that will digitally equip Nigerian girls with skills and empower the next generation of future leaders.
She is a South-West Region Coordinator –Kate Tales Foundation
Aliyu Ismail is a social activist and a graduate of Economics at Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Nigeria.
When he was eleven years old, his father passed, and it caused his mother so much pain and agony, she had to fend for five kids.
Aliyu was inspired by his mother's experience as a widow, and he decided to advocate for women empowerment. He enjoys engaging people in constructive discourse.
He knows how to make emulsion paintings. He is a chef, a comedian, a problem solver, and a cheerful helper.
Aliyu is the Head North-Central Region Coordinator -Kate Tales Foundation
Ibitoye Rejoice Bolanle is a writer, a speaker and an animal scientist. She started working in the area of child development since the age of thirteen. Her articles (about her background) are published in free e-books in order to enable access to young adults across the country.
Ibitoye strongly believe in the power of girl’s education and equity to develop a country’s economy, and she hope to contribute immensely in that area.
She is a North-Central Region Coordinator - Kate Tales Foundation.
Aminu Ibrahim Abdullahi is a student of Nasarawa State University, Nigeria.
Born in Nasarawa state where the rate of girls in school and women in jobs placement is staggering low, Aminu is interested in exploring means to change the current statistic in education and employment gap for girls and women in the North.
He is a computer typist and a geographer.
Aminu is a North-Central Region Coordinator--Kate Tales Foundation
Damilola Sarah Aiyedero, also known as Dee_Babs, is a graduate of English and Literary Studies from Kogi State University, Nigeria. She is a Writer, a Motivational Speaker, an Artiste and a Woman/Child Right Activist. She works as a screenwriter and was responsible for the creation of movies and stage plays like Breached, Abib, Broken Cistern, The Manger and Araromi.
Damilola believes in the empowerment of girls and women for the achievement of a sustainable developed society.
She is a North-Central Region Coordinator –Kate Tales Foundation
Haruna Ibrahim was born in Jos but grew up in Lafia, Nasarawa state, Nigeria. He is a climate change and environmental sustainability enthusiast, a teacher, a researcher, an aspiring entrepreneur, and a storyteller.
Haruna graduated with a Bachelor of Science honor degree in Geography from Nasarawa State University, Keffi. He believes that everyone can contribute positively to the development of the world, which triggers his interest in the promotion, and implementation of the SDGs 2, 4, 5, 13, 16 and 17.
Haruna is a North-Central Region Coordinator –Kate Tales Foundation
Adibe Precious Chidinma is a model, a writer and a medical laboratory scientist.
Years of working as a reporter exposed Precious to the challenges of Nigerians struggling to break from extreme poverty, mostly, girls and women from rural communities in Rivers State.
She is driven by passion to contribute in the alleviation of this challenge.
Precious is the Head South-South Region Coordinator-Kate Tales Foundation.
Daisy Michael studies Urban and Regional Planning in Kensarowiwa Polytechnic in Rivers State, Nigeria. She is a writer and a girls’ education advocate.
Daisy believes in the power of education to prevent teenage girls from early pregnancies and marriages, which is oftentimes triggered by poverty. She is interested in the creation of awareness intervention that will aid the elevation of girls from her community.
Daisy is a South-South Region Coordinator –Kate Tales Foundation
Charles Okonkwo is a graduate of Economics from Paul University, Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria. He is an Entrepreneur, an Actor, Model and a Presenter.
Charles seeks to create a wide network of young empowered women from the rural areas in the South East. As a social activist, he works to promote education and awareness against early marriages and pregnancies.
Charles is the Head South-East Region Coordinator –Kate Tales Foundation
Ebere Onyinyechi is a Hematologist and a graduate of Abia State University, Nigeria. Ebere is interested in exploring and sourcing solutions to health related issues that limit the social development of girls and women from rural communities across the Southeast, Nigeria.
She is a South-East Region Coordinator-Kate Tales Foundation
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