Moyinoluwa Ogundowole is a social development practitioner with over eight years of expertise in community development and the founder of Goldheart for Children and Weak Teens.
She has worked as a micro, mezzo, and meso social worker, focusing on students, children, and vulnerable individuals specializing in advocacy, career guidance, education, social issues, research, and personal development.
She also actively advocates against sexual gender-based violence (SGBV) such as Female Genital Mutilation (FGM/C) and sexual violence through her non-profit and various platforms to raise her voice against these issues, engaging in media campaigns, school programs, and community sensitization efforts to eradicate female genital mutilation and child abuse in Ekiti State and Nigeria as a whole.
Moyinoluwa also founded the Goldheart Charity Work Training Academy where she teaches , trains and provides support and hands-on experience for social development enthusiasts, non-for-profit owners, amidst other things.
She has also worked as a Geography teacher in both private and public educational institutions in the last 10 years, while also consulting for non-for-profits, community and development spaces.
Aside from her social work endeavors, Moyinoluwa is a tech enthusiast who actively contributes to various women in technology communities. She has made significant contributions to WomenWill, Women TechMakers, SheCode Africa, and Women in Technology from Facebook Developer Circles.
She is a certified Google Digital Skills trainer and has trained numerous teachers and young people in digital skills. Through the federal government of Nigeria’s NEXIT program, she has also provided digital marketing training to over 2,750 graduates.