I am a graduate of Law from University of Abuja, Nigeria, with a master’s degree in Law. I am a board member of White Ribbon Alliance in Nigeria and a member of the International Federation of women lawyers. I currently work with Save the Children in Nigeria as the Campaigns Manager. I am responsible for leading involves evidence-based advocacy, communications, mobilization, and public engagement activities for Newborn and Child health, ensuring that it is in line with both global and regional initiatives. For the past 11 years, I have worked with civil society, policy makers, government, individuals, media and elected representatives to improve the lives of women and children. My work includes designing and disseminating public messages on newborn and child survival, producing blogs and position papers for National and International audiences, implementing behaviour change communication strategies, demonstrating health project impact, building constituencies of support for MNCH issues, strengthening public voices to demand for increased accountability and better health services, motivating National and State governments to improve maternal and child health as a matter of priority and raising awareness of targets taking into account political, social and cultural sensitivities.