Professional Behavior Analyst and EntrepreneurREAD MORE
Professional Behavior Analyst and EntrepreneurREAD MORE
Founder, The Color of Autism FoundationREAD MORE
Consultant emergency psychiatrist with the Neuropsychiatric Hospital Aro Abeokuta.READ MORE
Lead Speech and Language Therapist at a Multi-disciplinary Practice in LondonREAD MORE
Bearly Articulating Founder and Smiles For Speech Technical LeadREAD MORE
Executive Director for Blazing Trails International for over a decadeREAD MORE
Special Educator, Qualified Autism Services Provider-Supervisor, Board Certified Cognitive Specialist.READ MORE
Speech pathologist with the New York City Department of EducationREAD MORE
Executive Director & Founder of Cradle LoungeREAD MORE
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA®) & Qualified Behavior Analyst (QBA).READ MORE
Head of Occupational Therapy Department at the National Orthopedic Hospital, LagosREAD MORE
Licensed clinical mental health counselorREAD MORE
Board-Certified Behavior AnalystREAD MORE
Advocate, Public Speaker, Writer, Educator, Researcher, MomREAD MORE
Wife, mother and entrepreneurREAD MORE
Consultant Child Psychiatrist/Autism Specialist, Federal Neuropsychiatric Hospital Lagos, NigeriaREAD MORE
Qualified lawyer in Nigeria and the UKREAD MORE
Founding Executive, Director - Blazing Heart Autism CenterREAD MORE
Expert in Public Health Intervention Design and CommunicationREAD MORE
Consultant Speech-Language PathologistREAD MORE
is a Special Needs Educator, particularly passionate about the learning and inclusion of children with special needs in schools and in the societyREAD MORE
is the first board certified registered Behavior Analyst in Southern Africa.READ MORE
Professional Behavior Analyst and Entrepreneur
Lanre Duyile is a professional Behavior Analyst and Entrepreneur. He is the President and CEO of Behaviorprise Consulting Inc. and Behaviorprise College of Business and Health Studies, Toronto, Canada. With almost 20 years’ diverse experience in business and developmental services, Lanre operates two (2) day program facilities for people living with developmental disabilities in Ontario, Canada. He works in collaboration with Government-funded agencies in Ontario to create and implement evidence-based behavioral treatment and supports to improve the lives and learning of people living with developmental disabilities.
Lanre is a board-certified Behavior Analyst, is a sustaining member of the Ontario Association for Behavior Analysis (ONTABA) and a member of the Association of Professional Behavior Analysts (APBA), and an approved provider of behavioral services in Ontario. Lanre co-authored an article on the Treatment of Pica Disorder, 2018 published in the peer-reviewed journal Neurodevelopmental Disorders.
Founder, The Color of Autism Foundation
Ms. Camille Proctor is the mother of a teen son and adult daughter. In 2008 shortly after her son’s second birthday he was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. As she searched for support services for her family, she soon realized there was a disparity in the black community. In 2009 she founded The Color of Autism Foundation to provide support for African American families with children on the autism spectrum.
The Color of Autism Foundation is a US Non-Profit (501 c3) organization committed to educating and assisting African American families affected by autism spectrum disorders. Their goal is to help families identify the warning signs of autism early on, so they can become their child’s best advocate. By providing culturally competent support and training, which will lead to better outcomes for children in underserved communities on the autism spectrum.
She has served as a diversity and inclusion advisor for both television and film. Camille is a board member of the Behavioral Intervention Certification Council, where she serves as secretary. BICC is an independent and autonomous governing body for the Board-Certified Autism Technician (BCAT) & Board-Certified Autism Professional (BCAP) certification programs.
In September 2020, Governor Gretchen Whitmer appointed her to the Michigan State Disability Council. The Michigan Developmental Disabilities Council’s mission is to support people with developmental disabilities to achieve life dreams.
Author of a CNN Essay “For the Walter Wallaces of the world, the police are not the answer” (October 2020).
Consultant emergency psychiatrist with the Neuropsychiatric Hospital Aro Abeokuta.
Dr Oladipo Adeolu SOWUNMI (MBChB; FWACP; FMCPsych) is a consultant emergency psychiatrist with the Neuropsychiatric Hospital Aro Abeokuta, Nigeria. His interest in emergency psychiatry includes child and adolescent emergency mental health care, emergency psychoactive substance abuse treatment, genetics and emergency mental health ethics.
A graduate of Olabisi Onabanjo University Ogun State with fellowships from both West Africa and National Postgraduate Medical Colleges. A master Trainer in Nigerian Epidemiology Network on Drug Use, a member of the American Association of Emergency Psychiatrists, a member of the Biological Psychiatry Society of Nigeria and a clinician rater of the WHO ICD 11 field studies in Nigeria.
Dr Ladi Sowunmi has several publications both international and locally and is the leading author of the chapter Ethics and forensic mental health in Africa in the book ‘The Handbook of Forensic Mental Health in Africa’. He is married to Oluwatoyin Rebecca Sowunmi and they are blessed with two children (Oyin and Victoria)
Lead Speech and Language Therapist at a Multi-disciplinary Practice in London
She works in clinic at home and in schools, assessing paediatrics and adults, supervising junior Speech and Language Therapists and delivering therapeutic intervention, and developing home programmes. She has continued to expand her practice abroad and in 2019 began working with The Zeebah Foundation in Abuja.
Bearly Articulating Founder and Smiles For Speech Technical Lead
Jeannette Washington, M.Ed. is an author, speech-language pathologist and technology professional. Her experience working with neurodiverse learners has earned her recognition in The Washington Post alongside the cofounder of Yale University’s Center for Dyslexia & Creativity. Jeannette has earned a TEACCH® Autism Program certification and a LETRS® Early Childhood certification. Her debut novel Technical Difficulties: Why Dyslexic Narratives Matter In Tech has received starred reviews across Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Audible. Jeannette is the Chief Academic Officer of Bearly Articulating and the Technical Lead of Smiles for Speech.
Executive Director for Blazing Trails International for over a decade
Dr. Anna Lamikanra, Executive Director, Blazing Trails International Center (BTIC) has many years experience as a researcher, tenured professor, fundraiser, community advocate and training innovator, Dr. “Lam” works to carve-out opportunities for people with disabilities. She has published many articles on educational reform.
Dr. Lam is interested in vocational education, training para-professionals and developing socialization programs for youth in transition and individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and has learned that anyone can be successful with the proper support.
Dr. Lamikanra earned the Ph.D from Iowa State University in Technology & Social Change and Global Education Policy. She is married to Dr. Olusola Lamikanra and they have a son, Olayinka.
Special Educator, Qualified Autism Services Provider-Supervisor, Board Certified Cognitive Specialist.
Daisy Jonathan is a Certified Educator and Board-Certified Cognitive Specialist (BCCS), Advanced Certified Autism Specialist (ACAS) and is certified as a Qualified Autism Service Practitioner-Supervisor (QASP-S) under the Qualified Applied Behavior Analysis (QABA) Credentialling Board with vast experience in using Applied Behaviour Analysis to assess, plan and implement programs for individuals with behaviour, learning and neuro-developmental challenges and disorders. She holds two master’s degrees with one in the field of Special Education.
Mrs Jonathan provides support, coaching and trainings for parents, educators, therapists and other professionals and consults largely for schools in the area of assessments, planning and setting up inclusive education systems. She is a speaker, trainer, child advocate and an Internationally published Author whose book Help That Child! provides parents, teachers, therapists and Practitioners with knowledge and skills to understand and address challenging behaviours and build skills among children and teenagers including those with Special Needs, Emotional and Behavioural problem.
She has over two decades of experience as a consultant and trainer in the Education, Small Business and Non-profit sector using Participatory Learning Approaches, Strategic Behaviour Change Communication among young and vulnerable populations.
Daisy Jonathan is an executive member of the Association of Behavior Analysis in Nigeria (ABAN). She is the convener of Autism and Special Needs Support Africa (ASNSA) a platform for stakeholders in the Autism and Special Needs sector to get information, skills and support and Warrior Mums Support Group- a support Group with membership of about six hundred mothers of Children with Special Needs drawn from over fifteen countries.
Daisy Jonathan owns and manages Pleasant Places Inclusive schools in Portharcourt and Lagos, Nigeria and Pleasant Places Therapy Centre for individuals with moderate to severe learning and nuero-developmental challenges and Pleasant Places Training Academy to build competence of parents caregivers and therapists.
Speech pathologist with the New York City Department of Education
Executive Director & Founder of Cradle Lounge
Solape Azazi is the Executive Director & Founder of Cradle Lounge Special Needs Initiative, an organization dedicated to increasing awareness, acceptance and inclusive learning.
She is a wife and mother of 2 boys, one of who was diagnosed with ASD at the age of 3.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA®) & Qualified Behavior Analyst (QBA).
With over 20-years’ experience in the Oil and Gas industry, Eziafakaku Nwokolo retired from her full-time job with Chevron Nigeria Limited in 2014 to pursue a new interest in the field of developmental disabilities. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA®) and also a Qualified Behavior Analyst (QBA).
Eziafakaku is the Founder/CEO of Shades of Life Care Limited; a company that provides services to individuals with developmental disabilities. She sits as a member of the International Standards Committee of the Qualified Applied Behavior Analysis (QABA) Credentialing Board.
She has given presentations of her work at different conferences – the Association of Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) 44th International Conference, 5th and 6th European International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IASSIDD) Conferences, and the 15th Association of Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) conference for Autism.
Currently, she is a PhD research student with focus on validating screening and diagnostic tools for Intellectual Disability (ID) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in Nigerian adolescents.
Head of Occupational Therapy Department at the National Orthopedic Hospital, Lagos
Mr. Akinyelure Abimbola is a certified occupational therapist. He is registered with the medical rehabilitation therapist board of Nigeria, A member of the Occupational Therapy Association of Nigeria and member Occupational Therapy Africa Regional Group. He has more than 15years experience of working with special needs children.He has received several awards in recognition of his longstanding and dedicated contributions to the Nigeria Autism Community and the field of Rehabilitation
He graduated from Manipal University India. He is presently the Head of Occupational Therapy Department at the National Orthopedic hospital Igbobi Lagos.
Licensed clinical mental health counselor
Dr. Waganesh Zeleke is a licensed clinical mental health counselor, certified National counselor, and Associate Professor in Counseling Psychology and Special Education department at Duquesne University.
A critical component of Dr. Zeleke research agenda focuses on children with Autism in the low-resource areas of the world. Given that minority children with Autism are disproportionately represented in health care access and utilization, Dr. Zeleke analyzed a large national dataset of children with ASDs and other developmental disorders. Her focus on disparity research emphasizes detecting, understanding, and reducing the level of disparity in mental healthcare access and utilization of children with ASD from a minority background. In addition, Dr.Zeleke’s work exploring the epidemiology, diagnosis, and treatment of Autism in Ethiopia and Zimbabwe began to right the imbalance of knowledge about Autism worldwide.
In addition to teaching, research, and providing service at the university level, she is actively engaged in community services (e.g., a Board member for NPEN) and active member of the American Counselor Association, American Mental Health Counseling Association, American Psychology Association, Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, Society for Research in Child Development, and International Society for Autism Research.
Dr. Zeleke has demonstrated multicultural competencies and a high level of clinical skills through her work as a practicing clinician, consultant, and parenting educator in Autism, trauma, depression, anxiety, parenting, and international adoption in the USA.
Dr. Zeleke’s track record is extensive as it includes thirty peer-reviewed publications, five book chapters, and more than 60 peer-review national and international presentations as well as several grants; all address the needs of disenfranchised groups, including children with disabilities (especially Autism), immigrant families in the US and African families in Ethiopia.
She is a recipient of more than 18 awards and honors, including the Cultural Diversity Research Award of the International Society for Autism Research, Creative Teaching Award, Early Career Faculty Award for Excellence in scholarship.
Board-Certified Behavior Analyst
Mrs. Kora White MS. Ed., BCBA, LBA is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst with over 13 years of experience in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Her experience as a Behavior Analyst has focused on decreasing challenging behaviors, teaching replacement behaviors/ functional living skills, and a strong emphasis on parent/caregiver training. She has had the opportunity to serve families across the globe, from various states within the United States of America, United Arab Emirates (Abu Dhabi), Bahrain, and Kenya. She is the owner and current Clinical Director at Nuru Behavioral Network, which provides ABA therapy and consultation to families, schools, and organizations.
She earned her Bachelor of Psychology with a minor in Sociology from Saint Francis University (Loretto, PA) and Masters in Special Education -Severe Needs (MS. Ed) from Simmons College (Boston, MA). She is currently a doctoral student at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology – Dallas, earning her Doctorate of Philosophy in Organizational Leadership.
Mrs. White’s passion has grown over the years to include advocacy for parents and children within school systems, accessibility of resources to families, advocacy for immigrant families with children with special needs, diversity within the field of ABA, and leadership development of future clinicians.
She enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and traveling in her spare time.
Advocate, Public Speaker, Writer, Educator, Researcher, Mom
Morénike Giwa Onaiwu, PhD(c), MA is an educator, writer, public speaker, parent, and global advocate whose work focuses on meaningful community involvement and leadership, disability, racial, and gender equity, dismantling stigma, and inclusion and empowerment. Often drawing from personal background as a person of color in a neurodiverse and serodifferent family, a late-diagnosed adult on the autism spectrum, and relevant educational and professional experience, Morénike is a highly sought after presenter, consultant, and subject matter expert.
Morénike has been an invited speaker in the White House, at the United Nations Headquarters, a keynote speaker and/or presenter at numerous conferences, and provides diversity, research, and disability consulting to several organizations. Morénike, who is currently a Humanities Scholar at Rice University and a doctoral candidate in education, has been published by Beacon Press and Palgrave MacMillan and will release an edited collection on neurodiversity in the Black community in 2022 with Jessica Kingsley Publishing.
Wife, mother and entrepreneur
Mrs. Tonye Faloughi-Ekezie is a wife, mother and entrepreneur. As the head of TEEOF Media, she consults on media and entertainment projects for a range of clients.
In her early years Tonye attended school and university in the UK and USA, before eventually relocating back to Nigeria, working on, and commissioning major projects for such companies as Endemol South Africa, MNet and Storm 360. Some of her commissioned and produced content include:
Tinsel – the first in studio multi-cam production of it’s kind in Nigeria
Pop Idol West Africa
Deal or No Deal Nigeria
Naija Sings (format created by Tonye)
Ghana’s Vodafone icons (format created by Tonye)
Presidential and Vice presidential debates
Martini Sparkling commercial.
October 1 (feature film directed by Kunle Afolayan)
Imbibed with an entrepreneurial spirit from her father, Tonye started her own company, TEEOF Media, in 2011.
In 2012 Tonye married her best friend Ugo Ekezie and in 2013 they welcomed their first child, a boy, Ugo Jr., and in 2015 their second child, a girl, Simone. However, Simone had life-threatening heart complications resulting from a late diagnosis of Down syndrome. As a result, Tonye and her family had to relocate for the next two and a half years to save her daughter’s life.
In May 2018 with the good news of Simone’s heart functioning as normal, Tonye was able to return to Nigeria.
With the life lessons learnt and the experience of being a mother, she created the book series “Ugo and Sim Sim”, based on her children and has now turned her entrepreneurial drive to not only raising awareness about special needs, but also to children’s content after noticing a severe lack of entertainment representing black and African children, special needs children and those who fall into both categories.
Hence, the creation of “Simone’s Oasis”, a platform dedicated to black and African children. Simone’s Oasis aims to connect to our children’s very sense of self. To establish a new norm of what our black and African children can dream and achieve or even entertain as possibilities, whatever their ability or disability, because to see yourself represented is extremely powerful, and what better way to do that than through entertainment.
You can find Simone’s Oasis at www.simones-oasis.com and @simonesoasis on all social media, including YouTube.
The Simone’s Oasis TV broadcast block airs nationwide every Saturday, 8am to 10 am WAT, Pineapple TV Channel 129 on Startimes.
Consultant Child Psychiatrist/Autism Specialist, Federal Neuropsychiatric Hospital Lagos, Nigeria
Dr. Mashudat Abiola Bello-Mojeed, is a Chief Consultant Psychiatrist (Specialist in Child and
Adult Psychiatry) and a Public Health Physician. She is a Fellow of both the West African
College of Physicians and National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria with an excellent
academic degree in Child and Adolescent Mental Health (MSc. CAMH). She is the Founder of
Makbel Child Development Centre, a Director and a Board of Trustee member of Association
of Families and Professionals for Autism Support (AFPAS) and the vice-Chair, Childhood
Neuropsychiatric Disorders Initiatives, Nigeria.
She is a seasoned local and international resource person. Notably, she is one of the leading
researchers in the field of autism in Africa with a vast number of research paper publications on
the topic. In addition to working with individuals with autism and other neurodevelopmental
disorders, she is actively involved in the delivery of quality patient care, scientific research,
training of specialist and non-specialist caregivers, including young persons, teachers and
parents, and management of persons with special needs across lifespan. She works closely with
family caregivers and their affected children in the community, schools and clinical settings.
She is a strong advocate for autism and continually collaborates with researchers within and
outside Nigeria in a cross-cultural training of trainers including family caregivers and other
Locally and internationally, she had participated at different forums as a vibrant Guest
Speaker on various topical issues related to autism spectrum disorders in both high resource
and low resource settings. She is committed to bridging important gaps in knowledge about
comprehensive health, evidence-based interventions and improved wellbeing of individuals
with autism in Low and Middle Income Countries such as Nigeria and other African countries.
She is passionate about the wellbeing of persons with autism, unraveling their latent talents,
ensuring development of full potential with optimal outcome, and providing supports for affected
individuals and their caregivers from whatever background in the community.
Qualified lawyer in Nigeria and the UK
Adesola Toyin Adesokan is a qualified lawyer in Nigeria and the UK.
The diagnosis of her son, Ade, and the shortcomings of the support infrastructure, led her to
reorienting her career towards working with children with neuro-diverse needs.
In addition to her Law degrees, Toyin has qualifications and certifications in Applied Behavioural
Analysis, and creative education.
Today, Toyin works as an inclusion advocate, providing support for families and young people living
with an autism diagnosis. She is regarded as a thought leader in this topic and serves as a parent
governor of a specialist school in the United Kingdom.
Toyin is also a published author, her book, “Sailing on a Rainbow – A Colourful Journey with Autism”
which chronicles her journey raising a neuro-diverse son. The book is written as a manual
to encourage and empower families, and caregivers to help children living with autism thrive.
Founding Executive, Director - Blazing Heart Autism Center
Beauty Kumesine is the founding Director of Blazing Heart Autism Center (BHAC)
and Azbekum Foundation. She has over 14 years of experience in managing children
living with childhood developmental disorders and in particular has specialized
her skills and knowledge on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and related
disorders and is the Lead Behavior therapist at Blazing heart Autism center.
Beauty is a passionate public speaker and advocate who speaks from her heart
and to the hearts of her community for the identification and rehabilitation of
children with Special Needs, ASD and other related developmental disorders
within the Nigerian society. She has organized annual, walks, road shows, free
breakfast dialogues, seminars and workshops for this cause and has spoken on
different corporate platforms on Autism, Inclusion, Advocacy and the way forward
for Individuals with ASD. Through her effort, several schools in Rivers State
and its environs have set up Special Needs Units to provide inclusive educational
settings for children with ASD and other additional needs and she effectively
supports the daily running of these units. She trains teachers and schools on effectively
strategizing to achieve success with individuals with special needs.
Beauty Kumesine seats on different directors and advisory boards and does her
bit in capacity building for her community. For her, every child counts and there is
hope and help for every child.
Beauty has successfully single handedly managed the a!airs and run Blazing
Heart Autism Center for 12 years and counting, is willing and ready to do more
for parents and children she come across with partnerships and collaborations
and any means rightfully legal.
She consults for hospitals and schools on special needs and how to handle special
needs cases and has archived many certifications and recognitions locally
and internationally with recent awards by Leading Ladies Africa as one of Nigeria’s
100 most Inspiring Women and one of Nigeria’s 50 most Inspiring Women by under
the Business Day Women’s hub Publications.
Beauty is a fellow and an alum of LEAP Africa and has competencies in special
needs and certifications from various international credentialing bodies.
Beauty Kumesine can be reached directly on her social media platforms through
Facebook: @Bea Uty Kumesine
LinkedIn: @Beauty Kumesine
Expert in Public Health Intervention Design and Communication
With expertise in Public health intervention design and Communication, Noimot Abisola Balogun is the founder of Linka.ng, a health relationship company that develops innovative engaging solutions for health systems clients to make health messages, research, and services more meaningful to their audiences.
Presently an adjunct research fellow in communications at the Clinical Sciences Department at the Nigerian Institute of Medical Research, NIMR. She is also a member of the Health Policy Commission of the Nigerian National Economic Summit Group.
In 2020, Noimot was invited as a volunteer for the Lagos State COVID-19 Risk Communication Pillar where she serves as the content team lead. An advocate for effective communication in healthcare delivery, Noimot has consulted for local and international organizations like PathII/DFID project, UNDP, US-based Speyside Public policy group, Pharmaccess among others.
In 2018, Noimot was selected as one of the 57 African researchers selected for Lancaster’s based recirculate project for Africa which took participants through Ghana, Nigeria and the United kingdom. She was also one of the 3 Nigerians selected as trainers in the knowledge exchange workshop funded by Global Research Council Fund in Malawi, 2019. The skills gained from health and water safety and sustainability led her to championing a cause to bridge the infection control gap in the final baths of Muslims in Lagos, Nigeria through her creation of bathing morgues for mosques.
Noimot takes pride in designing bespoke community outreaches, and health promotion campaigns using innovative local solutions for her clients.
Consultant Speech-Language Pathologist
Dr. Grace Ojeamiren-Bamigboye is a Certified Consultant Speech-Language Pathologist with more than twenty-five years experience of working with children with special needs and has a special interest in speech/language disorders and bilingualism (American Sign Language).
She completed her Doctoral studies in Speech Pathology with The University of Ibadan and obtained a Certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorders from the University of Texas, Arlington, USA, and a Certificate in the management of Cleft and Lip Palate from Columbia Teachers’ College.
Grace O. Bamigboye currently works with children with speech and language disorders, bilingual children as well as coordinating a team of therapists (Friends’ Consult Independent Speech-Language Therapy Services, Maryland, Ikeja) who provide Speech and Language Therapy in a range of settings including; homes, mainstream and special schools, nurseries, community clinics, and children’s centres. In addition, Dr. Grace is involved in volunteer lecturing, coordinating, and delivering student training. She is the proprietress of Grace Shore Inclusive School and Director of 2-4 Grace Therapy and Respite Care Services, both in Anthony Village, Lagos.
Grace Ojeamiren-Bamigboye is registered with the Medical Rehabilitation Therapists (Registration) Board of Nigeria (www.mrtbnigeria.org.ng) and is a member of Speech Pathology and Audiology Association of Nigeria (http://spaan.org.ng).
She has produced several published works including research papers/articles and has received several awards in recognition of her longstanding and dedicated contributions to the Nigeria Autism Community and the field of Special Education Needs. Dr. Grace is a resource person to the National Economic Summit Group on Neuroscience and Early Childhood Development.
is a Special Needs Educator, particularly passionate about the learning and inclusion of children with special needs in schools and in the society
She believes that with the right kind of education, such children can be successful, regardless of the limitations the disorders pose. Since 2009, she has worked with children and teenagers with autism, Down syndrome, Cerebral palsy, Microcephaly, and other specific learning difficulties.
Adelola, who holds a B.Sc. in Education Biology from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife in Nigeria, is certified by the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES) as an Autism Specialist. She is currently studying for her Masters in Education (Innovation in Teaching and Learning).
Adelola presently supports children with special needs in mainstream schools, trains teachers on effective teaching strategies for children with autism in mainstream classrooms, and creates autism awareness on social media and through her blog. For her work, she won the ArchLight Foundation Teacher of the Year Award in December 2018.
Adelola Edema-George speaks at various conferences, seminars, and advocacy programs. She also facilitates training for teachers and parents on training children with autism and other related disorders. She consults for churches in creating inclusive children’s churches that accommodate children with special needs.
She is the Convener of the Special Needs Conference (SNC) in Nigeria, which is organized to teach society on how to engage people with special needs in their community. They have held the Special Needs Conference for Churches, Special Needs Conference for Educators, and Special Needs Conference on Vocational Skills Development.
is the first board certified registered Behavior Analyst in Southern Africa.