Staff and Board Leadership
Dr Toyin Ajao
Dr Toyin Ajao (Moon Goddess) is a feminist activist, peace and conflict scholar and restorative healer with the soul-vision of transforming transgenerational traumas and intra/interpersonal relationships among Africans. She founded iAfrika to advance Ubuntu culture across Africa through empirical healing justice and praxis, organizational development and systems change leadership using transnational secular healing tools such as storytelling, creative writing, music, and dance therapy. Her many years of esoteric healing journeys across the world, seasoned her, as a transformer with an ancient edge who enjoys many scholarly and creative publications to her credit. She holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of Pretoria, an MA in Conflict, Security and Development from King's College London and a BSc in Account from Obafemi Awolowo, Ile-Ife.
Ngozi Nwosu-Juba is a prominent Nigerian feminist and human rights activist. As the project director of Vision Spring Initiatives, she is recognized for her advocacy work within gender spaces in Nigeria. Her focus includes mainstreaming sexual and gender minority women, as well as advancing women's rights more broadly. Nwosu-Juba has played a leading role in the promotion of intersectional activism in Nigeria, working to ensure that diverse women's voices and experiences are heard and reflected in policy and advocacy efforts.
Akudo Oguaghamba is the Executive Director of Women's Health and Equal Rights Initiative (WHER) in Nigeria, a feminist organization that promotes the rights, health, and well-being of lesbian, bisexual, and queer women. She is a feminist activist and human rights defender, with a passion for social justice and gender equality. She has a Master's degree in Project Management and has served in leadership roles for PAN-AFRICAN ILGA and All-Out.
Aisha Ibrahim is an actress and a passionate women's rights activist interested in the empowerment and emancipation of women and girls. Aisha's interest in social issues was first sparked when she was married off as a child bride. One of Aisha's most notable contributions to the field of social justice has been her drive for the Northern Nigerian region to eradicate girl-child marriage.
Born in Ijebu-Igbo, Ogun State, Fidel Dolapo Dola-Lami received his early education in Nigeria, attending both primary and secondary schools before going on to complete technical college. Seeking to further his education, Dola-Lami travelled to the United Kingdom, where he graduated with a degree in construction and AutoCAD design engineering from the School of Building. Although he started his career in the construction industry, he later transitioned into information technology, where he has gained over 30 years of experience in IT infrastructure engineering. Today, Dola-Lami serves as an IT Service Delivery Manager, drawing on his vast knowledge and experience to oversee the delivery of IT services in his organisation.
Oluwatobiloba Ayodele is a Nigerian feminist with over six years of experience writing to inspire feminist realities. Her career is dedicated to supporting social justice advocacy and movements by ensuring they have the resources and visibility needed to advance systemic change. Oluwatobiloba enjoys storytelling from a decolonial perspective. She has previously worked as a Communications Coordinator with the pan-African feminist leadership organisation – Akina Mama wa Afrika and Programs Manager with Vision Spring Initiatives. She is the co-dreamer of Liberation Alliance Africa and an Associate at the Prevention Collaborative. Oluwatobiloba attended Caleb University, where her first-class honours thesis explored brand management and sales growth in the private sector in Nigeria. She is an African Feminist Macroeconomic Academy (AFMA) alumni and a Margret Ekpo Youth Fellow.