Chibunna Emmanuel Nwaobia, President, CEO & President of NursesBond Inc
Chibunna Emmanuel Nwaobia Ph.D. (c), MSN, MA, RN., comes with a wealth of knowledge in healthcare leadership and management. He believes in helping individuals in any capacity to gain their momentum to live their dreams and aspirations. Due to his passion for social change, he believes that the best way to effect changes is through education which has the power to make an impact in the lives of individuals. He, therefore, developed an interest in teaching and counseling. Having taught for over a decade in several institutions of higher learning including Everest College, San Joaquin Valley College, and Azusa Pacific University, he is currently an adjunct professor in the department of nursing at California State University, San Bernardino California.
As a counselor and clients’ advocate, Chibunna believes that care given to a single individual can have a ripple effect, influencing the whole community and the World at large. He joined the management team of the Department of Mental Health, Riverside University Health Systems-Medical Center in California overseeing the emergency and inpatient treatment services.
Prior to joining ICPSC, Chibunna was the founder of NursesBond Inc. a social network platform that brings both healthcare and other professionals together for a positive social change. He also founded Sam’s health professional services, a one-stop center for healthcare professionals.
Chibunna is currently pursuing his doctoral degree in Health Services with special concentration in Healthcare Management from Walden University, He earned his Masters degree in Counseling and Psychology from La Sierra University, Riverside CA, a Master of science in nursing leadership and management from Western Governors University UT and a bachelor of science in nursing from the prestigious Babcock University, Nigeria.
He is an active member of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), Association of California nurse leaders (ACNL) and American Nurses Association (ANA).
Bintou Diallo Afrika Tomorrow (Act Now! Sustain!)
Bintou Diallo holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master level studies in development and socioeconomic changes. She has a proven experience working with international public and private organizations, as program manager, trainer, and consultant in the fields of education, communication, leadership and as a Moderator/Facilitator. She currently acts as representative for international NGOs and private organizations in setting up their activities and programs and ensuring the success of their advocacy initiatives. Her managerial skills also include management, diagnostic and operational efficiency backed by her training in sociology and bank and finance. She worked for UNESCO-Breda, British Council and CODERSIA in Dakar, Senegal. She represented African Monitor from 2013 to 2017, a civil society NGO based in South Africa, implementing a youth advocacy programme called Voice Africa’s Future with a specific focus on SDGs implementation in Burkina Faso and West Africa.
As an independent consultant in development and business development, International Conference Facilitation, coaching, leadership and Youth Advocacy, she has joined the TallMedia Group (tallmedia.net) as an associate and oversees and is developing their LEARN division and managing the CréaHub, a collaborative and creative hub for young entrepreneurs and to promote youth entrepreneurship since 2014. She also manages business development initiatives, client experience, public and government relations and cultural validation. Member of CIVICUS, she is a very passionate human rights defender with work and collaboration experiences in Burkina Faso, Senegal, United States, United Kingdom, Kenya, South Africa, Ghana, Côte d’Ivoire, Mali, and Holland.
She has recently joined Afrika Tomorrow (Act Now! Sustain!) as the Director, a civil society organization promoting youth entrepreneurship, youth policies monitoring and citizen participation in state governance, community engagement and education, youth and particularly young girls’ leadership and Sustainable Development Goals implementation in Burkina Faso