Meet the Team
Lola is a first-generation Nigerian-American who graduated from the University of North Texas in the Spring of 2018. While at UNT she served as the president of the Nigerian Student Organization on the campus and was heavily involved in leadership for a few years. Lola is a serial entrepreneur. She is the founder and president of the The Hope For Us Charity. She also has a personal brand named, Omolade Enterprises with several smaller brands underneath, “Blessed Afrique Boutique,” “Auntie Lola’s Kitchen,” and “O.Lade Photography.”
She has a passion for philanthropy in Africa. She believes that God’s purpose for her life is to reform the countries of Africa. She once said, “Stop calling Africa poor. Africa is not poor. Parts of Africa are run poorly." With this statement in mind she believes that every child has the absolute right to live a healthy life and to be educated. Different experiences have inspired her to bring back change and that's what she plans to do. She believes that providing a better tomorrow with HOPE for today.
Chinemelu Elonu attended Texas A&M University-College Station, former draft pick of Los Angeles Lakers and current basketball player overseas. As much as he loves God, Family, and Friends, he has a strong admiration when it comes to helping others in any capacity, he goes by the common saying that, "One random act of kindness does many great things for the world." Being a part of Hope For Us Charity is considered an honor to him and this is just the beginning.
ESTHER I. ADEWUYI
Esther I. Adewuyi popularly known as Esther Crystal is an 18-year-old Blogger and Well – Being Motivator, who uses her Instagram as a platform to help people see the best version of those around them, their environment and themselves by expressing her own journey to be the best version of herself. Esther is currently studying to get her bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Computer Information Systems student in Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia. Esther is on a mission to change the view of Nigeria and Africa as a whole by helping to improve the economy by reducing crime most especially fraud. She believes change can start from one person and would love for Africans to be more balanced around, take mental health more seriously and see the evidence of their hard work.
Sommy is an alumni from the University of North Texas, where he majored in biology. His primary focus is serving the under-represented communities, in which he is involved in several non-profiting organizations, and interning position as a surgical scribe. Currently, he is pursuing a Masters degree in science, and from then he plans on to attending medical school. Through his experiences and knowledge, he strives for better tomorrow for all individuals.
Victor Ogunmusi is a Nigerian eqipped by the nature of his career to be a change agent and due to his passion for humanity, he's on the journey to becoming a Legal practitioner. He's driven and inspired for growth and development which has made him the head of writers department bringing a meaningful development to the department.
Horlane is Congolese and lives in London UK and has an MSc in International Development with a regional focus in African Development from the London School of Economics and Politics Science (LSE). She also holds BSc in International Politics.
She’s passionate about Africa’s development and believes that by working together we can positively impact Africa’s development trajectory.
Clara Igwala a Nigerian American born in Dallas, Tx, is pursuing to have a bachelor of science in Nursing and also obtaining a Masters in Medicine to become a Internal Medicine Doctor. While working as a nurse in home health, balancing school, and interning for multiple clinics as a medical scribist; Bumem uses her free time to volunteer at hospitals, food pantries, and homeless shelters to help out those who are less fortunate.
Omosude is an American born Nigerian based in Detroit, MI. She is a Registered Pharmacist and has a passion for helping people within her community in whatever aspect they may need it. Her commitment and service to her heritage keep her passionate about the work she does for the Hope For Us Charity within the Healthcare and Writing Departments, as well as, other cultural organizations. Extracurricularly, Omosude is a natural hair enthusiast, loves to create organic skin and haircare products and she enjoys dancing.
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