Board of Trustees
Treasurer,Board of Trustees
Ekwy Odozor is a mother, teacher, information specialist and community leader. Ekwy considers it a privilege to be serving in Canadian Samaritan for Africa. Ekwy was born in Nigeria to parents who taught her the value of service and community. She has always believed that those who are privileged should share their possessions for the common good.
Raised in Nigeria, and…
Quice Digba (M.Sc. London, UK) is a Certified Employee Benefits Consultant. Since immigrating to Canada, she has worked for 15 years in the Pension consulting industry focusing on providing retirement advice to companies.Since 2008 Quice has worked as a Certified Dale Carnegie Business Coach empowering individuals to communicate effectively in the business world.
Quice is an avid volunteer in the community. …
Flora E. Samba (Pasquereau) has a background as a clinical psychology from Paris, France. She is currently practicing as a family mediator, psychotherapist and teacher in the Toronto area.
She has gained enormous experience working with multicultural francophone population in Ontario and worldwide. Flora is a team leader who believes that “with faith everything is possible! Do to other what…
Nancy Graham is a Registered Nurse with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RyersonUniversity). Nancy has worked as an Operating Room nurse at St. Joseph’s Health Science Centre (Toronto), Ottawa Health Sciences Centre and as a community nurse with the Victorian Order of Nurses (Toronto). At Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre Nancy has worked as an Acute Care Resources Team nurse.…
Vice President and Co-Chair Annual Canadian African Awareness and Charity Dinner
Afam A. Ene's professional background is in labour/industrial relations, project management, conflict resolution, negotiation and administration of collective agreements. Afam is a consensus builder and takes pride in his ability to facilitate communal interests that inform personal growth, development and empowerment. He is an active community builder and works diligently in service to his community in Nigeria and the Greater…
Rose Kantiono is an elementary school teacher in the Peel District School Board. Originally from Burkina Faso, she studied and worked in Germany before coming to Canada. Her philosophy of education and humanitarian work is rooted in this quote: "As one person I cannot change the world, but I can change the world of one person" (Paul Shane Spear).
Pity is not enough, compassion is a real and deep human feeling, sympathy and empathy are good, but solidarity is better, and collaboration is the best thing we can offer to Africans especially the women and children who want to work hard to realize a better future for themselves and their children.
- Stan Chu Ilo