BA English Language, MSc Human Resource Management and presently pursuing PhD in Women Studies.
After my first degree, I taught English Language for six years before going for my Masters in HR, after which I worked as a HR consultant. I am presently an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management CIPD. I am currently carrying out my research in the Centre for Women’s Studies, University of York.
My research focuses on the Immigration and the Employment Experiences of Professional Nigerian Women in the UK.
I explore how and why women migrate, the impact of immigration policies on their professional development and their present state in today’s geo-political atmosphere.
I am currently the President of the Nigerian Students Association (YUNS)
A finalist of the 3 Minutes Competition, University of York
Just rounding up the York Learning and Teaching Award programme (YLTA) in order to gain the AFHEA status.
Presently, I teach in different capacities in the University of York:
I teach Introduction to Sociological Theory, department of Sociology, University of York.
I am a Turnitin Presenter for the Wider Participation Team, teaching students from various discipline and department in the University of York.
I also teach A-level students in the Realising Opportunities and Skills for Students Programme