Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Kikelomo Omooba

Kikelomo Omooba has a passion for Children and the Youths,
reaching out to them and blessing them.
Though a Human Nutritionist and Dietician, she has worked as an Administrator for most  of her working years. She sets her eyes on building great business enterprises all channelled towards empowering younger generations, encouraging them and helping them to appreciate the ‘process’ rather than the proceeds of success.
Kikelomo’s work experience spans over 15 years of professionalism,  commencing as a Customer Care Executive at Executive Insurance Ltd then she worked at the Lagos State Health Management Board as a Trainee Dietician. After this, her services were rendered as an Administrator for the Health Unit of the United States Consulate General, Lagos from where she proceeded on a 2-Year Study Leave to the USA. She later worked as an Administrator at the Health Unit of the British Deputy High Commission. Kike recently resigned her appointment with Homble Energy Services Ltd where she was Manager, Corporate Services.
She is now a full time Managing Partner/Executive Director, Annie’s Place; a Children & Youths Development Initiative.
A Graduate of The University of Agriculture in Human Nutrition & Dietetics, Kike has gone on to acquire  higher qualifications including Certificates in Communication & Administration from the Foreign Service Institute, Virginia USA; a Diploma in Child Day Care Management from the Penn Foster Career School, USA; a  Diploma in Children Ministry, Rhema Bible Training Centre, Tulsa, Oklahoma USA.
Alongside the daunting task of being a Managing Partner, Annie’s Place, Kikelomo pastors Christ Lovers Christian Centre, Ikeja. Lagos with her lovely Husband, Segun. They are  blessed with Three (3) Boys.



2 comments:

  1. All I can say is wow!! The journey has begun for u big sis! Thanks for all you do! Generations are being touched - Bukola Olaoye

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  2. Dear Annie,
    Am delighted hearing how you have contributed immersely to helping young people become reponsible.

    Chioma OJ

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