Board of Trustees

Meet the creative individuals behind FYCI

Ejiro Joyce Otive-Igbuzor

Chair, Board of Trustees

Ejiro Joyce Otive-Igbuzor holds a PhD in Microbiology. She is a Gender and Monitoring and Evaluation expert and currently runs courses in Nigeria. She worked previously as the Nigeria Country Director of the Centre for Development and Population Activities (CEDPA); and Gender and HIV/AIDS Programme Coordinator for UNIFEM (now UN Women). She currently works as the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Emerald International Development Services (EIDS) Limited and has provided consultancy services to local and international clients in several thematic areas.  Ejiro is a seasoned writer. She also coordinates the Gals Global Hangout, a share and learn platform with over 2,000 women across the globe empowering women to fulfill their potentials maximally.

Mfonabasi Udoh

Member, Board of Trustees

Mfonabasi Udoh is the Communications and Media Lead of Doxa Digital Nigeria Limited, a top events management company in Nigeria. Among many other roles, he designs bespoke content for all digital marketing and social media channels, and ensures adherence to the company’s communications strategy which he also designed.  He holds an Advanced Certificate in Journalism, a PGD in Public Relations and Advertising from the International Institute of Journalism, Abuja, a PGD in Theology from the Redeemed Christian Church of God Bible College, and a HND in Food Technology from the Institute of Management and Technology, Enugu. He has also attended other online courses and trainings on Digital Transformation, Content Strategy, and Digital Marketing. His creative interests are blogging, writing, designing content, and playing/composing music.

Loveth Olufunto Anthony-Iyortyer

Secretary, Board of Trustees

Loveth Olufunto Anthony-Iyortyer is a PRINCE2 certified practitioner and a public health specialist with almost a decade of work experience strategically responding to public health concerns and the impact of crises, illiteracy, poverty, culture and poor governance in Africa through research, monitoring, evaluation and learning. Her expertise is in data management, capacity building of project/programme teams, project management and gender mainstreaming. Notably, she works as a senior staff in the role of monitoring, evaluation and research at eHealth Africa, an organisation headquartered in Nigeria, focused on building stronger health systems through the design and implementation of data-driven solutions that respond to local needs and provide underserved communities with tools to lead healthier lives.

Resource Person

Resource persons conduct training sessions on creative and life skills for beneficiaries of our programmes. They must be experts in their chosen field.

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