Our Trustees

Lola Anuwe

Lola Anuwe is a teacher and has worked in various colleges in London, presently she works in the secondary sector. She has a lot of experience working with children with behavioural, learning and emotional difficulties.  Her passion is to support underprivileged children through feeding, clothing and seeing to their general welfare with the aim to afford a child a better chance in life.

She has a genuine compassion towards children and has a vision to open a children’s centre that will provides childcare services, educational support and other extracurricular activities geared towards children.

Kemi Onafuwa

Kemi is a woman with a large heart for people. She depicts excellence at every point, and sets the pace with her distinctive qualities and passion to see people have the opportunities in life to maximise their potential and live life abundantly.

Her professional life spans several years in multiple disciplines such as business administration, information technology and education. She is the Director of Imperial Business Support Services; a dynamic London based consultancy firm providing business solutions and training to small and medium sized enterprises.

Jide Erin-Oluwa

Jide is a community leader and a successful businessman. He heads the Inspire Business group in London. His organisation has been reaching out to the community and its environs in various ways since 1999. It has been able to successfully meet the needs of Pensioners, Single parents, Schools, the elderly and children within South East London.

His interests include monitoring and keeping abreast of current affairs, singing, reading, travelling, mentoring and motivating people, as well as playing table tennis.

Dr Monica Alabi

Innovative, passionate and dedicated Clinical Director who has been instrumental in pioneering effective cross regional primary and community healthcare initiatives. Combines clinical expertise with a strong commercial understanding and first class relationship management skills to engender knowledge share, partnership engagement and goal orientated strategies to benefit the communities in the Luton and Bedfordshire regions.

With a dedication to providing value for money, equitable, pre-emptively educational and solution orientated services, has utilised these skills to champion women’s healthcare in Africa via the creation of the charitable organisation, Vine Healthcare Solutions.

Gloria Olujobi

A qualified Social Worker with a BA (HONS) Social work from the University of Kent in Medway. Since qualifying in 2008, Gloria has worked with children and young people and she is now working with foster carers recruiting, assessing and training foster carers.

She is a qualified Stage 2 Practice Educator for social work students and also a mentor for Newly Qualified Social Workers in their first year of qualification.

She has a passion for educating people from Black African Communities on Child Protection practices in the UK and supporting them in finding alternative method of discipline that is acceptable within the UK society.