Language is not innocent. A person’s choice of language is a moral, political and theological act with personal and social implications and repercussions.
Oluwatobiloba is a writer and feminist with extensive experience writing about gender, reproductive health and rights, African feminism, macroeconomics policies, and other social justice issues. Her career is dedicated to supporting social justice advocacy and movements by ensuring they have the resources and visibility they need to advance systemic change. Prior to joining Akina Mama wa Afrika, Oluwatobi worked at Vision Spring Initiatives, Nigeria, where she designed programs and advocacy campaigns on sexual and reproductive health initiatives and managed relationships with the organization’s donors. She has also served as a Communications Specialist at the Centre for International Private Enterprise. Oluwatobi attended Caleb University, where her first-class honors thesis explored branding management and growth in the private sector. She is an African Feminist Macroeconomic Academy (AFMA) alumni and a Margret Ekpo Youth Fellow.