Hauwa Ojeifo Biography, Age, Family, Early Life, Career, Awards

July 28, 2020

Hauwa Ojeifo Biography
Hauwa Ojeifo is the founder of SheWritesWoman, a startup organization that focuses on mental health and well-being.
Aside the She Writes Women Movement, she also owns a a fashion enterprise, the Mariam Moussa creation.

Hauwa is a 28 year old Nigerian fashion designer, and a mind, mental and life coach.
She is originally from Edo State and is a financial analyst.

Talking about her educational life, Hauwa has a degree in Business Administration (International Business) from the Bells University Ota, Ogun State.

She got her Master's degree from the ICMA center Henley Business School, University of Reading United Kingdom, and a professional certificate from the Fashion Institute Malaysia.

In the year 2015, Hauwa Ojeifo was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

She was facing all the issues on her own, and didn't have any major supports to help her pull through.

It was in the course of all these that the ‘She Writes Women’ movement was born, and that was in April 2016.

The movement aims at helping people overcome mental disorders, and they have a 24/7 functional helpline.

Hauwa Ojeifo And The SHE WRITES WOMEN Movement:-

With the program, Hauwa is looking forward to ending the stigma associated with mental disorders.

Having being a victim herself, the movement provides help which ranges from providing monthly supports and therapy.

They also help patients with coaches, counselors and psychiatrists, as well as visit abandoned patients of psychiatric hospitals.

Her efforts have been recognized by the Queen of England.
She was the only female Nigerian recipient of the Queens Young Leaders award 2018.

She has partnered with organizations like the Wiki loves women to help her reach more females. They have also created mental health problem awareness, and helped end the associated stigma.

You can connect with Hauwa on Twitter [@Hauwa_Ojeifo] and Instagram [@LadyGovernor].
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