Juliet Nwobodo has over 3 years of experience in the development space. She currently works as a communications associate at the Bridge Connect Africa Initiative. She focuses on drafting advocacy campaigns and communications strategies that help promote sexual and reproductive health and rights, speak against gender-based violence and harmful traditional practices, and encourage girl child education. She has also been involved in numerous policy advocacy efforts. Juliet is committed to ensuring that young people in society have equal access to the opportunities needed to explore their full potential, are safe from harmful norms, and lead quality lives through the use of various communications and multimedia tools. She is also a social media advocate for the Accountability for Good Governance in Education (AGGE) and Ripple Project in partnership with YouthHub Africa, leveraging various social media platforms to advocate for SDGs 4 and 5. She is a 2022 Fellow of ONE Champion Nigeria, a Young Innovative Leaders Fellow, a Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) advocate, and a content creator.