Abosede Lewu is a medical doctor with over ten years' experience in various community oriented programs and projects. An advocate for health education, environmental development, and sustainability, she currently works in Lagos University Teaching Hospital as a registrar in obstetrics and gynecology, and runs Acme Healthpoint where she focuses on formulating policies, creating projects, and exporting business models with a special focus on health and the environment. She volunteers in her community by organizing seminars and screenings on health, hygiene and lifestyle. Abosede holds a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery with the University of Maiduguri, a postgraduate certificate in Obstetrics and Gynecology, and certificates in health economics including Primary Health Care, World Bank Institute and Health For All, Johns Hopkins University. Upon completion, she intends to commence execution of a public school toilet project primarily focused on improving the hygiene and health of children in public schools.