Meet our dedicated team members who ensure that we have a responsive organization that promotes strong awareness across our communities.
Barr. Omowumi Ogunrotimi is a multi-disciplinary legal practitioner with demonstrated
experience in policy advocacy, Gender-based violence programming and community mobilization.
She is the Executive Director at Gender Mobile Initiative, which aims to increase the reportage
and reduce the incidence of gender-based violence through coordination of linked services.
Her work has earned her laurels such as the 2020 Leap Africa Social Innovator Fellow in West Africa, the 2020 Winner of the 1000 Entrepreneurship Challenge, Africa-France Summit, the 2020 NGO of the year Achievers Award, the 2019 Goalkeepers Event Nominee, New York, the 2019 World Justice Challenge Honoree, Netherlands, the only West African recipient of the Commonwealth Award of excellence in development work during the 2018 CHOGM in the United Kingdom, Winner of the 2018 Spindle Public Innovation award, Netherlands, the 2018 JCI Ten outstanding young persons of Nigeria Honoree, the 2018 YHER Accelerator winner, South Africa, the 2018 Rise-up Fellow, the 2017 Mandela Washington Fellowship Leadership Awards on Human Rights, Nigeria and the 2017 Top Ten Gender Justice activist by Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, South Africa.
Barr. Omowumi Ogunrotimi also doubles as the Deputy Head, AU-ECOSOCC Sectoral Committee on Women and Gender, Nigeria.
Janet Data Halliday
Janet Data Halliday is the Programme Manager at Gender Mobile Initiative where she manages
and coordinates strategy design on sexual harassment policy dissemination in environments
of learning across Nigeria.
Janet Halliday is a public health expert with deep understanding and experience in technical, research and programmatic support for improved public health access and services. She is interested in empowering adolescents and young people; passionate about ending extreme poverty, giving a voice to vulnerable and marginalized people especially young women and children, and conducting researches that informs policy, scale up interventions, and guides program implementation.
She holds a Master’s of Public Health degree from KIT Royal Tropical Institute, Netherlands and a Master’s degree in Project Management from the Federal University of Technology Akure, Nigeria. She is an Orange Knowledge Scholar, alumni of the Johnson & Johnson Management Development Institute for Health Leaders and also a certified counsellor on HIV/AIDS.
Eno Ekpo is a Programme Associate at Gender Mobile Initiative where she drives survivor-centered
Service Delivery Programme that provides emergency response services such as hands-on
trauma-counselling services, legal aid services and other referral services on a need
basis to survivors of sexual and gender-based violence. She also supports the programmatic
implementation of the organization’s Campus Initiative Project in environments of learning
across Nigeria and other programmes of the organization.
Eno Ekpo is a gender rights advocate and researcher with avid interest in gender justice, sustainable development, policy advocacy and effective implementation. She has significant experience working on human rights issues as a Senior Investigation Officer with the National Human Rights Commission, Nigeria.
She holds a Bachelor Degree in Sociology and is an Alumna of the Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa Masters Programme of the Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria, South Africa.
Policy Support Lead
Sarah Egbo serves at Gender Mobile Initiative as the Policy Support Lead on the Campus Initiative
Project implementation in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions. She is Interested in areas linked to
education, technology, youth, community service, gender and development.
Ms. Egbo holds a Bachelor Degree in Information Resource Management from Babcock University, Nigeria and is an Alumna of University of Sussex Masters in Gender and Development, United Kingdom.