Nana commenced a masters in International and Comparative Law at Trinity College Dublin. Holds a Bachelors of Civil Law degree from UCD. Founder of ‘The Alpha Project’.
Moved to Ireland 15 years ago and encountered many hurdles as a migrant student striving for success. Passionate about helping migrants and ethnic minority students maximise their potential regardless of their background.
Afolabi is a Qualified forensic accountant, with over 9 years experience in accounting and finance, business operation, strategic development and non-profit governance.
Currently working for Unilever UK/Ireland within the commercial finance department. Prior to that, he worked for Microsoft for 8 years across the finance department at mid level management.
Jenny is a secondary school student and a blogger. She has worked on several startups and has flair and drive for health and fitness.
Petra is self-employed as a web designer and prior to that worked in Financial Services for over 20 years, always involved in project work.
Originally from Germany she moved to Ireland in 2006 and whilst having an easier start in Ireland due to being from a EU state she knows what it means to immigrate and to live in a foreign language.
Sheryl Yewande King
Yewande is a postgraduate Law student in University College Cork and a Bachelor of Corporate Law graduate of NUIG.
Originally from Nigeria, she moved to Ireland in 2008 and has always been enthused by anything that will bring about a positive change. Sheryl debated developmental issues for Concern in the past and was the founder and first auditor of the African and Caribbean Society in NUIG.