"A lover of words and some would say a ‘stickler’ for accuracy"
"...she is contributing her bit to replenish the world library of books..."
She is involved in various writing and editing projects
"...has more than 33 years’ experience in academia, human resource management and training..."
"A seasoned researcher, teacher and mentor whose passion is to help people succeed."
Olubusola (Busola) Eshiet has a PhD in Education with a focus on early years literacy development. Her drive to achieve a higher literacy rate in Nigeria, and indeed in West Africa has its root in over 30 years of experience as a teacher. In the past 10 years, she has initiated and supervised the implementation of programs leading to the attainment of an increase in teaching skills of teachers and growth in reading and writing skills of pupils.
Busola has broad experience in pioneering and managing literacy programmes/projects. Her training and mentoring projects have benefitted thousands of Early Years teachers and over a million pupils in countries across West Africa.
Busola has developed a strong network with literacy experts in top education policy makers, publishers, businesses, academic institutions, and charity organisations in many countries. She speaks at local and international conferences and has published articles in peer-reviewed journals.
She also has a passion for supporting for people mourning different types of losses and regularly volunteers to help bereaved people.
A lover of books, she is contributing her bit to replenish the world library of books. She has authored children’s books, textbooks, a handbook on teaching early years literacy, and books on grief support. She has more books coming.
She is the Chief Executive Officer of Optimalpath Consulting.
Emmanuel Eshiet has more than 40 years’ experience in academia, human resource management and training. He has a passion for developing literacy skills and entrepreneurship. He is presently the Administrative & Finance Manager for Optimalpath Consulting and is responsible for office management, accounting and marketing.
Alison Bowie graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Health Sciences from the University of Aberdeen in the 1990s and was involved in Health Services research for many years, which made good use of her studies in research methodology, epidemiology and statistics. She then spent the next sixteen years in the joyful pursuit of home educating her three children who are now in further and higher education.
A lover of words and some would say a ‘stickler’ for accuracy, she delights in proofreading and editing academic essays, journal articles, theses and books of all shapes and sizes. She recently self-published the account of her family’s homeschooling years in a book entitled ‘Our Home education Journey: a family approach to life and learning’ under the name of A.C. Bowie (available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle).
She has just taken up a part-time post as a Research Assistant for the Christian Institute.
Ebere Nweze taught courses in Business Communication Skills, Technical communication Skills and Professional Ethics skills in universities in Nigeria and in Abu Dhabi University, where she was also the coordinator for the university’s Learning and Writing Support Centre. Since moving to Sweden in 2012 she has taught courses in Writing for Academic purposes; Creative Reading and Writing; Multicultural Literature English in a Global Context and Postcolonial Literature.
Ebere is a seasoned conference speaker, a workshop organizer, researcher, teacher and mentor whose passion is to help people succeed. She holds a PhD in Literary studies with specialization in African, African-Caribbean and African-American women’s writing and Gender Studies.
Effie White is passionate about the empowering properties of education and has experience in designing and teaching courses in the tertiary education sector in Western Australia. Her teaching portfolio includes units relating to academic and business communication skills; as well as courses that focus on the links between business, culture and society. Effie has a background in broadcast journalism, HR and non-profit management. She has a Doctorate in Business Administration, a Masters in TV Journalism and a BA in Economics. Effie is also involved in various writing and editing projects.