Abimbola Junaid  is a development practitioner, strategist, facilitator, negotiator, analyst and effective communicator and analyst. Her degrees are in English Arts, Marketing and a MA in Social Policy and Administration from the University of Nottingham United Kingdom. Abimbola now advocates for a sustainable future for us all through good governance, accountability, human capital growth and a diversified economic strategy, by harnessing  local to global practices.
Abimbola consults,collaborates and executes for/with individuals, public and private sector organizations tailored made services towards these common goals. She identifies opportunities targeted particularly at local to global.

She networks and builds professional alliances with developmental groups, nations, people and organizations on her global travel and participation at symposiums, lectures, strategic meetings. She is also the convener of the  “Abim Talks” Series, a seasonal  development discourse on pertinent issues of public interest and it’s open to all.  It prides itself by the erudite panelists that leave no stone unturned in providing valuable insights on the theme under focus.

Abimbola also works with the socially excluded in the society, especially the future leaders of tomorrow, “the youth and women”, building their capacity to fight poverty through entrepreneurship training, business &skills acquisition, self development and mentoring. She is the founder of arise Nigerian woman foundation http://www.arisenigerianwoman.org


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