Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to another episode on the Rebrand Nigeria Ambassadors Series!
We are glad you could join today as we celebrate a great Humanitarian who is alleviating poverty, promoting quality education, health advocacy and fighting gender-inequality. Her foundation has reached hundreds of lives in very poor communities, giving voices and hope through philanthropic services to those who have felt neglected for a long time.
Please, join us as we honor Esther Adebisi; Founder and CEO of Queen Esther Foundation. The foundation is a non-profit organization focused on providing hope to the less privilege through humanitarian services such as “health outreach, quality education and environment sensitization, humanitarian and disability relief, climate change and natural disasters research and policy formulation, assistance to victims of natural or man-made disasters, poverty alleviation schemes, and advocating for women’s and children’s rights.” The foundation’s mission is to reach over 10,000 under-served individuals through their charitable services and empowerment programs.
Esther has over four years of experience in the non-governmental sector. She has worked with a number of non-profit organizations including UNICEF, Center for HIV/AIDS among others involved in promoting health education, adolescent reproductive health awareness etc. She holds many skills that has ski-rocketed the progress of Queen Esther Foundation such as project coordination and implementation. She is passionate about maternal and child health and youth empowerment.
Adebisi began her own business in Greenhouse tomatoes production and retailing. During that period, she began working in a Financial Institution where she used her earnings to begin her Foundation. Today, she is a Founder and CEO, Ambassador of Change “Save and nurture a child” (SNCC), Mentee for girl and mentorship leader.
This campaign is powered by the Ugwumba Center for Leadership Development in Africa.
God bless Nigeria!!