The Consent Workshop consists of a large network of youths from all over the world. We have a strong network of school representatives, lawyers, liaisons and social media experts.
FOUNDER AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Uche Umolu founded the Consent Workshop in July 2018, after an online revolution asking survivors to message her, and speak their truth. The revolution inspired her to realize that for any change to occur in our communities, we must get everyone talking about rape culture- hence the birth of The Consent Workshop. With the help of a strong support team, Uche oversees and manages the overall operations of the movement from Toronto. In the day time, she is a digital brand strategist with a focus in technology marketing and financial services. Uche is passionate about politics and women rights issues; particularly on sexual abuse and rape culture. Uche is also one of Canada’s 2019 Young Innovators selected by United Nations Canada & British Council.
When Uche isn’t tackling gender inequality, politics and business strategies, she is watching Netflix or devising ways to build a business empire. With her fierce determination, passion for social justice and previous nonprofit experience, Uche is determined to expand The Consent Workshop to every country, college, and workplace in the world.
Public Relations Manager
Known for her solutions-based approach, Zane Ramon leads TCW’s public relations initiatives. Her interest in telling memorable stories, understanding human behaviour and solving problems led her to earn an honours degree in public relations from Humber College. Over the years, she’s honed her talents by working for major brands, schools, start-ups and not-profit organizations.
Outside of TCW, Zane is vicarious reader seeking new things to learn, a squash player, stellar baker and a professional Netflixer. And yes, that’s a word. For all Media and PR enquiries firstname.lastname@example.org
Saime Lang’s super energetic personality is one to admire. A final year student of Centennial College, Toronto. She is a talented, passionate and hardworking individual, with a strong desire to bring positive change in the global community. She lives by the famous African Proverb “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” And when she isn’t working, you can find her traveling, reading, shopping, watching movies, and spending a lot of time with family and friends.
Contact Saime at email@example.com
Social Media Director
Leading the social media team, Franklin Ugobudeis the Social Media Director for The Consent Workshop. Based in Lagos, Nigeria, Franklin works in Digital Marketing, specialising in Content Curation and Strategy. He strongly believes in gender equality and the need for inclusivity in public spaces.
With over five years of experience in Digital Marketing, Franklin oversees all the content at TCW, as well as the newsletter (to which you should subscribe, by the way). When he is not working, he’s most likely watching a TV show or writing. Have a literary piece for TWC community blog? Contact Frank@theconsentworkshop.com
Program Coordinator – Toronto
Cherral (cherry) Isa is the Program coordinator of The Consent Workshop in Canada. Cherral has been a part of The Consent Workshop since its inception. Based in Toronto, she oversees and manages the various projects undertaken by The Consent Workshop. Cherral has an Honour BA in Economic and a Certified Associate in Project Management. In addition, Cherral also has 6 years experience in finance and 4 years in nonprofit with focus on women’s rights and poverty eradication. Contact Cherry at
Program Coordinator – Lagos
Ola Olaitan is the lead program coordinator in Lagos. She works closely with the Lagos Liaisons. Ola is a 24 year old graduate in Media and Communications from Coventry University. Ola was born and raised in the UK, but spent most of her teenage years in Nigeria. Ola has worked in the media industry for 3 years as an OAP in a number of respectable companies. Known for her voice on radio and TV, Ola uses skill set to communicate with the people on issues she is passionate about. She loves to help people and ensure people’s rights are respected. Ola joined The Consent workshop because she believes advocating against rape culture is a cause worth fighting for.
Looking to collaborate with or sponsor a TCW event in Lagos? contact Ola at ola@theconsentworkshop
Program Coordinator – Abuja
Dr Zara Natalie Dilli is our lead program coordinator in Abuja, and other Northern parts of Nigeria. Dr Zara is a trained dental professional with a passion for humanitarian acts of services. Zara is also the CEO of Mobidoc, a health consultation app, that is also one of our mental resources. Alongside her mother, Zara also runs an NGO, The Oak Orientation Initiative which empowers women and youths via education and skill acquisition. She is an excellent team player, easy to talk to and results orientated.
Looking to collaborate with or sponsor a TCW event in Abuja? contact Zara at firstname.lastname@example.org
Program Coordinator – Accra
Dzifa Tamakloe is the Ghana Program Coordinator at The Consent Workshop. At her young age, she holds two degrees in Fine Arts(BFA) and Law(LLB) from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. She is passionate about human rights advocacy, environmental issues and gender inequality. Dzifa is currently a numismatic legal researcher and a marketing intern with an NGO that seeks to educate underprivileged children in rural Ghana.If Dzifa is not buried in research work,she is listening to podcasts,reading online or drinking wine with her sisters at Serallio. Interested in collaborating or sponsoring a TCW event in Accra? contact Dzifa@theconsentworkshop.com
Events Director – Canada
Adaeze Nnamdi is an event director at The Consent Workshop. She has an Honours degree in International Development; Rural and Agricultural Development from the University of Guelph. She is passionate about agriculture, food sovereignty, youth sustainability and gender inequality. Ada has contributed directly to the society in several ways through volunteering at food banks, hospitals, conducting research works on environmental justice, and is currently on the importance of representation of women in agriculture. She uses her skill sets to plan and manage workshop events and projects across Canada.She loves travelling, cooking, reading literature and conducting independent research on herbal medicine.
Interested in collaborating or sponsoring a TCW event in Canada? contact Ada@theconsentworkshop.com
The TCW leadership team is supported by a network of volunteers