Yemisi Ojo of the IACI Network is a Leading Social Entrepreneur in Ireland

Yemisi is founder and president of the IACI-Network (Integration of African Children in Ireland). IACI’s mission is to serve as a networking information forum for all African children living in Ireland by networking and consulting with African children on a local, regional and on a national level. In addition, IACI works to challenge stereotypes and …

Salome Mbugua Henry of AkiDwA is one of Ireland’s Leading Social Entrepreneurs

AkiDwA is a national network of African women that aims to address the existing and changing needs of African women in Ireland irrespective of their ethnic / national backgrounds, traditions / religious beliefs, socio economic, political or legal status. Salome has volunteered tirelessly for this network and hopes to see it grow in the coming …

Nobuhle Ncube of the Lifeline Africa Foundation is one of Irelands’ Leading Social Entrepreneurs

Nobuhle Ncube, originally from Zimbabwe, has been living in Ireland since 2000 and is a founder member and Women’s Development Officer of AkidwA, a national African and migrant women’s network. From her work experience and as an African parent in Ireland, Nobuhle discovered a strong need to actively facilitate integration in the education sector by …

Benedicta Attoh of the Women in Leadership Network is one of Ireland’s Leading Social Entrepreneurs

At Social Entrepreneurs Ireland we believe that new and innovative solutions exist to the myriad social and environmental challenges we face today. We believe that these solutions will be most effective when driven by ‘unreasonable people’; individuals who are not prepared to accept the status quo and who adopt a highly entrepreneurial approach to igniting …