Deborah Braide founded Sisters’ Impact International in 2014, a network of young women across Africa that promotes youth involvement in community development and educates them on civic leadership.
The foundation has partnered with various local and International Organizations including UNESCO to carry out projects in Gender inclusion, Entrepreneurship education and Community outreaches.
She has over six (6) years’ experience volunteering with various NGOs and has received a number of awards and recommendations for her work. Since 2010, she has served as an administrator for the CEE Gold Foundation, a foundation that supports underprivileged diabetics and diabetic caregivers in Southern Nigeria.
She also manages the RHED (Reviving Preventive Healthcare and Educational Development) Campaign for the Foundation which is a national campaign to provide basic medical support and to educate individuals and healthcare officials on Preventive Healthcare in local communities.
With a deep-rooted passion for children, she is also a tutor and the Managing Director of EDGE LEARNING, an organization which provides private tutoring services in STEM, Music and Arts to a wide range of pupils and students and provides support for underprivileged schools in disadvantaged communities.
She is also the Regional coordinator for EduExtra, an International organization working to provide support for women to carry out Science and Engineering research in Africa.
She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in 2015. She is also a writer and a poet.