Executive Summary

Aderemi Adewuyi, President/CEO

I'm Aderemi Adewuyi, founder and CEO of the Shield Safety Foundation. In May 2, 2001, I felt called by God to prevent injuries and deaths in Nigeria after attending a Road Traffic Safety seminar in my office in London. It was clear that, what God wants me to do was to start raising awareness and enlightenment campaign for the protection and prevention of injuries and deaths in our community and to respond to the victims of injury involved in accidents, conflicts and disasters in Nigeria. By this reason the awareness, campaign and education began almost immediately. I then made my first trip to Nigeria in the same year 2001 for this wake-up call, and within few weeks, the first publication "Safety Tips" was already in circulation through partnership with (FRSC) and few weeks later other publications began to rolled out to sensitize other sectors of industry and has since, never looked back.

Serving as philanthropist and volunteer, I learned that while many are keen to receive my fund, they are less enthusiastic about revealing in details how the fund will be spent. I then decided that the best way would be to set up a foundation in Nigeria that owns the properties and assets, recruit the local staff and executes the programs with regular supervision in Nigeria. The Shield Safety Foundation was registered as non-profit in Nigeria and incorporated as a company limited by guarantee in August, 2015.

Today the Shield Safety Foundation runs eight major safety programs. This wakeup call, to me is a call to proclaim good news to everyone, including the poor, the sick and the needy. During this time, I developed an unwavering devotion to our mission.

Our grass-roots approach to change allows us to know the people, the problems, and the potential of each community we serve, wherever we go, we act and feel like a local non-governmental organization. Our staff live within community and learn all the hopes and challenges each community faces.

With our Christian believes as a foundation, we are committed to bringing hope to the Nation's most vulnerable families. We accept families of all faiths in our programs. We aim to make all aspects of our work both transparent and trustworthy.

Our volunteers and staff are constantly sharing the hope of brighter future through literacy programs protecting families and children in conflict zones, serving starving children and young children from the long-lasting effects of malnutrition, and providing food and essential needs to children and families. The people who partner with us are included on a journey of meaningful change for the world's poorest populations.

Our Board of Trustees

There are five group of individuals that has overall responsibility for the management of this organization. Our board of trustees is typically the governing body of The Shield Safety Foundation and seeks to ensure the best interest of stakeholders in all types of management decisions.

Executive Summary

In private service and business career that spans more than four decades, Prince Aderemi Adewuyi, a former managing director of Most High Limited, UK has worked across ethnic lines to champion economic, development, engineering, cooperation and humanitarian assistance for the most vulnerable not just within Nigeria but across western world.

Mrs. Oluwatoyin Williams is a member of the board of trustees of The Shield Safety Foundation. A renowned Journalist with 35 years wealth of experience in Radio Station Broadcasting before joining The Shield Safety Foundation in 2015. Mrs. Williams is currently the Vice President of this organization. She has brought her wealth of experience into The Shield Safety Foundation to enlighten, inform, educate and campaign to the vulnerable community for a change, mentoring and presenting at conferences

Tolu is the General Secretary of the Board of Trustee of The Shield Safety Foundation (TSSF), she is an Accountant and an entrepreneur. She studied Accounting at Obafemi Awolowo University and MSc in Business Information Technology from Middlesex University, United Kingdom, She has over 15 years of wealth of experience which cuts across various industries including; Telecommunications, Aviation and Information Communication Technology.

Favour is a member of the Board of Trustees. She is a graduate of Health and Social Care in one of the reputable universities in the United Kingdom, with experience in healthcare services, working with children and vulnerable adults, in terms of their health and social care. She has brought her wealth of experience in safeguarding, health and safety, management and leadership to develop and manage the health of the less privileged to the advancement of this foundation.

Our Board of Directors

They define the long-term goals and the strategies for the company and the group and sets forth the principles and directives for the resulting corporate policies. It coordinates and monitors the most important activities, defines the portfolio, develops and deploys managerial staff, allocates resources and decides on the group's financial steering and reporting.

The members of the Board of Management bear joint responsibility for running the business of the foundation as a whole. However, the individual members manage the areas assigned to them on their own responsibility within the framework of the decisions made by the full Board The allocation of functions among the members of the Board of Management is defined in a written schedule

Executive Summary

Michael is a analytical, details oriented Civil Engineer and a seasoned Manager with excellent communication, leadership and technical Skills. He holds fellowship of various professional bodies in Nigeria which includes Institute of Professional Managers and Administrators of Nigeria (FIPMAN) after his over 25 years in heavy infrastructures and industrial constructions in Nigeria and abroad. He is a passionate Safety Volunteer.

Faith is a Teacher and retired school principal, before joining the Shield Safety Foundation as assistant executive director. While in service she set the tone of her school, build a warm environment, mentor and nurture students, became role model. She played vital roles in the lives of the students in her school and are best known for the role of educating the students that are placed in her care. She has brought her wealth of experience into The Shield Safety Foundation as a role model with teaching knowledge, mentoring and presenting at conferences.

Engr. Ayangbade Gabriel is by training a mechanical engineer, a member of Nigerian Society of Engineer, a member of Nigerian Institute of Mechanical Engineer and also registered with COREN. He worked with the government of Oyo state for a period close to three decades, during which he held several positions of responsibilities. He was the pioneer acting permanent secretary of Oyo state Ministry of Transport, pioneer General Manager Oyo state driver institute. He has wide range of of experience in different sectors of the civil service of Oyo state. He was also part of various committees; mid-wife transformation reform of transport sector in Oyo state.

Grace Afolabi is a teacher/Principal, recognized as a passionate, student-centered educator continually seeking to improve the learning and school culture. She is driven to help students overcome barriers that impact their learning. Grace is a registered member of Nigeria Teachers Registration Council. She earned a Master's degree in Education. She has taught in various classroom settings. Grace has served on various school academics, improvement teams and served as a team leader. She has dedicated herself to becoming a life-long educator and learner, and she strives to instill a similar desire in all the student she works with. As an educationist and advocate, Grace has volunteers over 52 days of her time with The Shield Safety Foundation annually, helping families with life skills that are both practical and beneficial in their daily living.

Bola is a researcher before joining The Shield Safety Foundation, she has worked in private, public, and voluntary sectors, and also do research and evaluation, mainly for public and voluntary sector organisations and partnerships. Her primary work is to organise events and campaigns to raise funds and other donations for The Shield Safety Foundation.

Omo became a Volunteer member of The Shield Safety Foundation, she is a graduate of University of Ibadan, at master's level. She is a registered member of the Librarian Registration Council of Nigeria (LRCN). She obtained her professional certificate as a Certified Librarian of Nigeria (CLN) in 2011. She is currently the Assistant Chief Librarian and Head of Librarian Unit at the National Museum of Unity, in Nigeria. Omo loves to work with young adults and interacts well with teenagers ensuring they overcome their fears and achieve their goals. She is currently the Director of Admin & Membership with The Shield Safety Foundation.