School Trustees

Meet Our Trustees
    • Joseph Awhinawhi

      Joseph Awhinawhi is Project Manager with experience in managing construction and development projects. He is passionate about change and uses education as his platform. His philosophy is, when people know better, they live better. He is very passionate about his home country of Nigeria. A graduate of the Covenant University, Nigeria, Joseph holds a Master’s degree in Architecture. He enjoys reading, meditating, teaching, listening to people and encouraging others to live out their dreams and maximize their potential. He is currently undergoing a Professional Diploma in Education at Corona College of Education

    • Abi Williams
      Tech & Strategy Expert| Public Speaker| Coach & mentor| Naija Food addict| Philanthropist| Diversity & Equality Evangelist.
      BSc Computer Science and an MBA in International Business Management.
      Abi is currently a Director at Pluralsight with previous experience as Head of SMB for Middleast, Turkey & Africa @Facebook, Sales lead @Linkedin and Sales Lead @Oracle
      She has over 15 years of sales experience with a focus on technology, digital strategy, marketing, business & corporate strategy, diversity, inclusion, and belonging.
      Abi is also a Founder of Your Life & You – A Career & Life coaching business focused on Executive, Life, Relationship, and Career Coaching
      Abi is passionate about supporting small and medium enterprises, women and children empowerment as well as making a positive impact in her world. This includes learning and adding value to others.
      With a passion for public speaking aimed at motivating, inspiring and uplifting others, Abi also enjoys writing about mind taxing topics on leadership, character building, diversity and women in business.
      In Abi’s words, “I enjoy traveling, fostering new relationships and getting to know different cultures, music, fashion, and food. My Mantra in life is – see a diamond in every stone, develop people beyond skills and take life seriously but don’t take yourself too seriously.”
    • Tokunbo Ojo-Williams

      Tokunbo Ojo-Williams is an auditor with experience in auditing large corporate organisations. She is passionate about international development and humanitarian work combined with a future career in public audit. Tokunbo has gained extensive experience in global business, risk management, internal control, compliance, and strategy development.

      Tokunbo is a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, having qualified after training at an accounting firm in London.

    • Stacie Dunlap

      Stacie Dunlap is originally from Baltimore, MD but currently besides outside of Washington DC.  She has worked in the fashion and financial industry, but left the corporate world to follow her passion for teaching. She has taught first grade and now third grade in the District of Columbia. In addition to teaching elementary school and shaping the minds of the future, Stacie is also an Adjunct Professor at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland. Her passion for education stretches over a wide range of ages from primary education to college. Stacie understands that teaching is not something you do, it is something you love. A proverb states,”a child without education, is a bird without wings.” She is happy to be a part of a program that aims to educate the minds of beautiful children and give them their wings to fly.

    • Boma Inko Teriah

      Boma Inko-Tariah is a professional with extensive experience in office administration, business development, project management, fashion designing and teaching. She is an early childhood educator with a passion for imbibing creativity in young children.  She is a graduate member of the Nigerian institute of Management and an associate member of the Nigerian Institute of Customer Relationship Management.

    • Lisa Sunmonu

      Adebisi is an education and innovative learning Project Coordinator with vast experience within the charity sector. Having led on various projects for the Department for Education, she is passionate about reforming education in Nigeria, making it accessible for all regardless of their social-economic standing. Adebisi graduated from Cardiff University and completed a Master’s degree in Sociology (Gender and Sexuality Studies) from Goldsmiths University of London. She enjoys travelling, reading and occasionally writing commentaries for academic journals.