Badejoko Fabamise is a Commonwealth Professional Fellow with over 20 years demonstrated work experience in administrative and management positions. She has been actively involved in development work, particularly in relation to gender, human rights, education, public health and population; holding responsibilities for overall operational management, liaising with counterparts in government, private sector and donor agencies. ,
She has participated in a number of research, public enlightenment, capacity building and advocacy projects aimed at improving learning and development outcomes within /outside Nigeria, supported by various international aid agencies. Consequently, she was adjudged a UN Empower Women Global Mentor and Champion for Change on Women’s Economic Empowerment. In addition, she sits on the Board of several non-profit organisations and is a Member of the Faculty at the Centre for International, Advanced and Professional Studies (CIAPS), Nigeria
A highly creative, vibrant, committed and ardent lover of God, Badejoko is a member of the pastoral team in her local church, and has served as Head of Welfare, Children’s Church, Events Planning, and Follow Up and Visitation Departments respectively.
She is a graduate of English Language from the University of Ilorin, Nigeria; and also holds a Masters’ degree in Communication Arts from Ambrose Alli University Nigeria and Certificate in Health Sector Reforms, Sexuality, Reproductive Health and Rights from the University of Witswaterand, South Africa.