About Me

About Me

I'm a multi-award-winning journalist and communications professional with seven years of experience covering business, global health, environment, education, politics, conflict, oil and gas, and development, including exposing corruption and social injustice. I've reported internationally from the United States, Costa Rica, United Arab Emirates and Rwanda. My stories have been published by Al Jazeera, Thomson Reuters Foundation, NPR, News Deeply, African Business Magazine, The Fish Site, TRT World, Devex, Global Sisters Report, Premium Times, TheCable, International Center for Investigative Reporting (ICIR), and several others.

I previously worked for San Francisco-based WildAid and Wild Africa Fund as the Nigeria Representative, developing and leading communications campaigns to raise awareness about conservation issues. I also worked for the Geneva-based Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime (GITOC) as the Southern Nigeria Field Coordinator, researching and investigating corruption and organized crime. I'm inspired to contribute to addressing social issues and problems through quality journalism and effective communications campaigns.

I'm currently a graduate student at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University (ASU), building my videography, photography, audio, data journalism, graphics design, and video editing skills. I also work as a graduate assistant at the Reynolds Center for Business Journalism at ASU.