Juliet Nwobodo works as the Communications Assistant for Bridge Connect Africa Initiative, she has 2 years’ experience in the development space, she is a final year student of Anatomy at Bayero University Kano. She is passionate about women and youth development, she was the project coordinator at Girls Should thrive initiative where she trained young girls in rural communities on personal development while creating a safespace for them. She is also a Chess Instructor interested in building the IQs of students through board games. She is a SAVVY fellow who  loves building herself on personal development, a budding writer and a storyteller advocating for SDG 1,4 and 5.  

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