Ngunan Ioron Aloho is the Executive Director of Samuel Ioron Foundation, a trained legal practitioner, gender development advocate, writer, a certified project management professional, and social researcher. She began her work in the development sector during her undergraduate studies and was motivated to design the program that is now Samuel Ioron Foundation due to rising gender inequalities. She has experienced first hand the marginalization that exists to hold women back and continues to use her voice to advocate for inclusion and investigates gender discriminations and work towards influencing policies that break these barriers. She works with her team to design art based activities; short films, illustration books, wall murals amongst others to tell stories of injustices and inequalities with the hope of changing the narrative for the actualization of the sustainable development goals and gender development. She is a ONE champion, a Young African Leaders Initiative Alumni, an Ashoka Xchange Changemaker, an Orange Corner Incubatee and a Leap Fellow. She was named one of the top 40 African Union Education Innovators in 2019 and uses her creative mind to design co-creation interventions. Ngunan is a Master’s student at the University of York where she studies Comparative and International Social Policy.

Ngunan Ioron Aloho will present at World Justice Challenge Finalists Showcase Equal Rights and Non-Discrimination B