Oladosu Adenike Titilope has a first class in agricultural economics from the Federal University of Agriculture Makurdi, Nigeria. She’s an eco-reporter, climate justice activist, and ecofeminist. She has showcased her climate action at international conferences including the UN Climate Change Conference, World Economic Forum, and Elevate festival in Graz-Austria. She has been awarded the highest human rights award by Amnesty Nigeria for her fight for climate justice. She is involved in the development of the first Amnesty Youth Engagement Strategy. In 2019, she was selected for the first UN Youth Climate Summit in New York. Recognized by UNICEF Nigeria as a young change-maker, she’s leading a grassroots movement called ILeadClimate, advocating for the restoration of Lake Chad and youth involvement in climate justice through education. She was recognized by the Human Impact Institute (USA) as one of the 12 women taking climate action in rural communities.