With a stellar performance in all her studies and an interest in management consulting, Grace joined the SCIDaR team during her one-year compulsory NYSC service and has filled a couple of positions in the last three years. She has gained experience in audit, business innovation, and implementation.
As an intern with SCIDaR, she worked in the Internal Audit and Compliance unit where she minimized business risks and ensured compliance of the organization to defined guidelines. She has also collaborated on a project to design an innovative technical assistance hub for service delivery at the primary healthcare level and to develop a management strengthening implementation plan for frontline workers in Kaduna State Primary Healthcare Centres.
Amidst all these experiences, Grace enjoys the opportunity to be of service, to explore numerous ways to improve the health system, and certainly to build her capacity.
Grace currently works on the Polio Outbreak Response project for Africa where she provides technical support across various workstreams. In her current role, as an Associate, she is becoming a subject matter expert in the implementation of mobile money for the payment of health workers, the improvement of budget development and funds disbursement processes, as well as the tracking of project implementation across numerous countries for various workstreams. Through this project, Grace strategically works with the vision of placing SCIDaR on the global map, beginning with countries in Africa.