Makiyyah Sulaiman Muhammad is an astute project manager and development professional with over 7 years of astute cross-sector experience including but not limited to learning and development, youth engagement, reproductive health, and impact evaluation. She currently serves as the Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Manager at the Bridge Connect Africa Initiative (BCAI), which puts her at the forefront of impact evaluation and monitoring of program activities in line with the ToC she leads. This experience is of high value to her as she is able to address several social challenges in a systemic manner, especially as they relate to sexual and reproductive health, ending forced or child marriages, women’s empowerment, and the protection of the interests of the girl child, among others. She is an expert at implementing and designing women-focused programs, especially those that result in systemic change in terms of capital development, technology inclusion, and lasting impact. Her bias is in favor of women’s development, and she has a proven track record derived from a bachelor’s degree in applied biology, a master’s degree in reproductive health, and a postgraduate certificate in public health. Her desire to ensure that underprivileged groups have seamless access to healthcare inspired her to create and deploy a free e-clinic for marginalized women in the community that can be accessed by a simple phone call. Stakeholder management. Grassroots access, self-motivation, excellent communication skills, and proficiency in both English and Hausa are added advantages she possesses.