Dr. Amina Aminu Dorayi
Associate Deputy National Program Manager, Nigeria, PATHS2.
Amina is a public health professional with extensive experience in managing clinical and problematic maternal, new born and child health interventions in Nigeria. She is currently the Associate Deputy National Programme Manager at the Abt-Led, DFID-funded partnership for transforming health systems (PATHS2) in Nigeria. Prior to her current position, Amina Dorayi served as the Director of service delivery and service quality improvement and reproductive health for PATHS2. Amina has a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree from the University of Liverpool, UK and a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (M.B.B.S.) degree from the Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, Nigeria. She is also a member of the American Public Health Association (APHA) among other professional memberships.
Joy Anih is a seasoned civil servant with more than 17 years’ experience in pension administration and Non-profit organization. Joy is the President/Founder of Empowered To Empower the less privilege women Initiative (E2E Initiative) whose objective is to the development potential of rural women.
She has also worked in the following organizations at management level: GTB-AM Pensions Limited as Regional manager, North Central (2012 -2016); Royal Trust Pensions as Ag. Business Dev. and marketing (2009 – 2012); Legacy Pension Managers as Executive Officer 1 (2006 – 2009); St. Georges Ambulance Foundation (NGO) as Project Evaluation Asst. (2005 – 2006);Nigerian Social Insurance Trust Fund as Senior Supervisor (1999 – 2005).
Joy Anih holds a HND in Banking and Finance from National Open University of Nigeria, a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration among others.
Dr. Peace Eneh
Peace Eneh is a medical trainee at Dartmouth medical school, New Hampshire and holds a Masters degree from Havard in Global Health. She has done clinical research works at one of the top medical institutions in Boston, USA where she worked on projects to improve the life of HIV positive women. She also carried out a summer research at Lagos State University Teaching Hospital where she helped educate and empower physicians and medical students to better diagnose and treat cancers.
Onyinyechi Okanibe is a graduate of Psychology from University of Nigeria Nsukka with. She has worked as a counselor to HIV Patients in Social welfare Department of National Hospital Abuja Nigeria and a successful business woman alongside her husband as major distributors with big companies such as Reckitt Benckiser, Procter and Gamble, Unilever, MultiPro (Indomie Noodles) etc.
Anih Godwin is the Managing Director of TrustCel Investments. He holds a degree in Political Science and a Diploma in Public Administration.