Lady Joyce Udensi
Ambassador Judith Sefi Attah
Judith Sefi Attah is a former Minister of Women's Affairs and Social Development of Nigeria and was a member of the Sub- Commission on the Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities from 1987 to 1997. She has also served the nation in other capacities on Councils, Boards, Committee such as Council of University of Ibadan, Board of the University College Hospital, Ibadan, National Advisory Council for the Blind, West African Examination Council (1965-82).
Dame Pauline Tallen
Her Excellency Dame Pauline Tallen was the Former Deputy Governor of Plateau State, Starting her public service career in the Shendam local government Council in 1976 as a Clerical Officer and later to the Ministry of Local Government Affairs in that same position, Mrs Tallen later moved her way up to a position of Member of the management committee of the Shendam Local Government Council when she won her first political appointment to the local council in
1994 as Councillor. From the moment she entered into politics she has barely had one moment to herself because of many people who clamour around her in her home in Shendam. Her lively spirit at all times shows that she thrives on the interactions and on the chaos.
Ms. Delita Whitfield (Duchess)
Delita Whitfield Armed with degrees in Politics, Philosophy and English, English literature and European history, an added business qualification consolidated her illustrious profile.She is also the founder and Chairperson of LastWord PR.,DW Services Ltd and DW Foundation. Born in the UK of Jamaican/African and Cuban heritage, Delita has travelled extensively, and continues to consult and work in the humanitarian arena. These past 13 years Delita has immersed herself totally in Nigerian life and culture. Often referred to fondly as ‘Duchess’, she values time with friends and family. Her numerous hobbies include travelling, collecting African art, music, the Opera and writing.
Prof. Maxwell M. Gidado (SAN)
Prof. Maxwell M. Gidado was the former Dean of the Faculty of Law Nasarawa State University, Keffi, before his appointment as the Chief of Staff to the Acting Governor of Adamawa State. Born in Sugu, Adamawa State in 1960. A 1983 graduate of the University of Maiduguri , he was called to the Bar in 1984. He obtained the Master of Law (LLM) degree and PhD from the University of Warwick in England. He became a Professor of Law in 2011 at Department of Private and Business Law, Nasarawa State University, Keffi before he was an Associate Professor. He was a Deputy Dean of Law and was made Dean Faculty of Law in 2009, a position he occupied till his appointment as the Chief of Staff.
Mrs. Carol Ndaguba
Prof Sola Ehindero
Prof Olusola Ehindero, hails from Akoko North -West Local Government Area of Ondo State and was born in Jos,Plateau State 76 years ago.
He attended Gboluji Grammar School, Ile-Oluji,Olunloyo College of Education, Ondo,University of Ibadan.
He was also at Oregon State University, USA, where he obtained his M.Sc & Ph.D. degrees in Science Education.
He joined the University of Ife(now Obafemi Awolowo University)in 1977 and rose to become a Professor of Science Education & Curriculum Studies in 1989.
He served as Head of Department of Curriculum studies, Director of the Institute of Education, and Dean Faculty of Education,Obafemi Awolowo University.
He retired in OAU in 2010.
He was pioneer Vice Chancellor of Atiba University, Oyo, Oyo State, South West Nigeria.
Prof Ehindero is a pioneer member of the Board of Trustees of WOTCLEF.
Professor Ehindero is a prolific writer & researcher in Science Education.
He has written 10 published books in Curriculum Studies and Science Education and published in both international and national journals in Science Education,Curriculum Studies and Human Trafficking & Child Labour.
Mrs Carol Ndaguba
Mrs Nwezebuona Carol Ndaguba, the wife of late Ikenna Ndaguba, the ace broadcaster. Hear From Her Mouth: As you can see, I am a retired public servant. I retired in 2009 and my last position was the Executive Secretary of National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking In Persons and Other Related Matters(NAPTIP). I was the pioneer Executive Secretary of that agency. I started with the agency in 2003 and left there in 2009.
I am a Lawyer. I worked with the Ministry of justice as a state counsel where I rose to the Director of prosecutions. It was after my stay in the ministry that I was appointed the Executive Secretary of NAPTIP by the Obasanjo administration.
Mrs Carol Ndaguba is a member of WOTCLEF Board of Trustees