BAME CIC in Glasgow, Scotland. Chioma Nwafor.

 

PH.D., MSC, PG. CERT LTHE, BSC (Accountancy), FICAN, FHEA, CCFA

Dr Chioma Nwafor serves as the Executive Director of DAWSUN (Diaspora African Women's Support Network CIC), Glasgow. She has worked in the voluntary sector for over 15 years and is passionate about issues that affect women, family and Africa.

Chioma has demonstrated a record of excellence which has contributed to the furtherance of knowledge in her area of expertise and activity. Her ability to inspire others is reflected in the various academic and professional leadership positions she has held, and continues to keep within her current position.

It was Chioma’s influence on the broader community that led to the establishment of DAWSUN in November of 2018. DAWSUN was formed to bridge the paucity of research gap within the BAME third-sector landscape in Scotland.

Her consultancy and voluntary work include serving in the Advisory Council of Lead Africa International e.V. in Stuttgart, Germany. Lead Africa International is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation with the primary purpose of creating and facilitating platforms that focus on capacity-building, cultural exchange and securing partnerships for the development of Africans and people of African descent.

Chioma is the Board of Trustee Chairperson of PHWAY Initiative Nigeria, a non-governmental organisation that provides a platform to support women and children. She serves as an Executive Director of Stock Trend Nigeria and as a Non-Executive Director of Diaspora Bank Kenya. She is also a Senior Financial Analyst and Economist at the Centre for Economic Data Analysis and Financial Research CEDAF in Scotland.

Chioma currently works as a financial services and quantitative risk analysis lecturer at Glasgow Caledonian University Scotland and an adjunct lecturer at the Postgraduate School of Credit and Financial Management in Lagos, Nigeria.

 

  

Our Objectives

  • Improve child poverty and financial exclusion within our community
  • Challenge female genital mutilation practices
  • Challenge domestic and sexual violence
  • Reduce gender inequalities in employment, wages and leadership roles
  • Support and mentor young girls and women
  • Promote life-long learning and well-grounded education for men and women
  • Research economic, social and developmental challenges
  • Promote African cultural heritage through events and documentaries

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