Femi Ipadeola is the Chairman of Board of Trustees of Divine Act Charitable Trust (DACT). His passion has been: progressive human development, poverty alleviation, human empowerment, self esteem development, and improvement of peoples’ live in general. This passion influenced his choice of professional specialization to embrace the area that will assist empower the greater number of people to aspire and work toward a world free of greed, avarice and corruption. He studied at Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria. He always believes that if we can shun selfishness for a moment, the dynamics of many poor lives could be turned around for good
Kolade Olufisayo Atinuke is the Vice-Chairperson of Board of Trustees of Divine Act Charitable Trust (DACT). She holds a PhD and an MSc from the University of Ibadan and a BSc in Botany from the University of Ilorin. She was a DSF fellow (BEST: Bourses d’échanges scientifiques et technologiques) at the Institute of Research and Development IRD, Montepellier, France (2011-2012). She is presently an AWARD (African Women in Agricultural Research and Development) fellow.
Ms. Enikanoselu Oluwabusayo is the General Secretary of Board of Trustees of Divine Act Charitable Trust (DACT). Her passion is poverty alleviation through human development. She joined DACT trustee’s team as part of apostolate to add value to human life and reduce incidence of poverty through active utilization of human capital for development purposes. She believes that that nothing is too small to do in saving the human as we are all bonded in some way. She has helped shape DACT youth human development programmes. and believes that youth empowerment through education, good health.
Peter O. Adewunmiju is the Executive Director and a member of Board of Trustees of Divine Act Charitable Trust (DACT). He holds a Bachelor and Master degree from the NationsUniversity, USA. He is an expert in Gender/vulnerable group, social development and humanitarian assistance and poverty alleviation. He has extensive knowledge with several years of practice in development sector. His mission is to empower women, children and youth for self-sustainability and influence policies that affect them in addition to promoting individual, secular philanthropy for development in Sub-Sahara Africa. He is passionate about Women, Children and Youth (Including the Person With Disabilities PWD).
She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Entrepreneurial Studies from Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. In addition to his esteemed education and professional career, Ms. Esther is well-versed in Corporate Communications, Strategic Planning, and Public Relations. She joins us from Talent Vocational Training Centre, where she developed and managed projects supporting vulnerable young people in becoming entrepreneurs by providing business, finance and vocational training in Nigeria. She has a fast-growing, entrepreneurial skill with ambitious goals – to empower women and young girls in entrepreneurs’ skill to make a difference in their communities.