Queen Agbonma Ehirim has over eight years experience in the Non Governmental organization sector with a major focus on community and grassroots advocacy in peace building, conflict resolution, sustainable development goals, women participation, youth empowerment, humanitarian activities.

spotlightImageShe is the founder and national coordinator of Global Community Peace Network initiative, an NGO that focuses on peace building, community advocacy and development, peace and conflict resolution and youth empowerment which she has been able to use to impact changes in communities. She has also worked, volunteer and collaborated with other NGOs in her field.

She is a dynamic, team-spirited and results oriented individual that maintains excellent interpersonal communication, time management, and problem resolution skills.
With her strong advocacy, networking and social media skills, she has represented Nigeria in both national and international/high level conferences/meetings and she is seen as one of Nigeria’s international youth advocate and youth representative.

She is the weekly social media host of PoliticsTuesday with the hashtag #PoliticsTuesNig, a social media platform that seeks to engage Nigeria youths for active decision making towards nation building. She is a certified mediator from the Institute of Chartered Mediator and Conciliator Nigeria and an accredited mediator and conciliator from the Institute of Conflict Management and Leadership Training Institute, Calgary Canada. She likewise hold certificate of training on Conflict Analysis and Interfaith Dialogue both from the United States Institute of Peace, New York and have been trained by the United Nations Institute for Training and Research, Geneva on Cross Cultural Negotiation and Multilateral Conferences and Diplomacy.

Her interest in rule of law, democratic governance and principles gained her acceptance to be an Adhoc Staff – for the Economic Community For West Africa States-ECOWAS Observer at the 2011 Nigeria General elections and a state contact coordinator for domestic observer at the 2015 Nigeria General Elections.
Queen holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Management and she is presently enrolled for a post graduate study in political science at the university of Abuja, Nigeria and Masters in Legislative studies from the National Institute for Legislative Studies in University of Benin, Nigeria.

Presently, she is the country focal point person for United Nations Habitat3 Major Group for Children and Youth – UNMGCY, a member of the Africa Union Club Nigeria, A Volunteer for The Future Project and an Advisory Board Member of Institute for Cultural Relation Policy, Hungary- Europe.
She is well informed and well-known in youth activism and a member of so many youth advocacy groups, and have participated/organized various national  building programs, trainings.