“The overall objective of excellence is that everybody should attain his greatest potential”
Peace, born on the 14th of June, is a student of the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko. She is an enthusiast and an optimist.
Due to her vastness in writing, she doubles as a content creator for several social media handles and blogs and also manages several media accounts for individuals and organizations. She is also a digital entrepreneur.
As earlier stated, her sole objective is to attain the greatest height of her potentials. She believes her active involvement in self-development programs under the umbrella of a campus organisation JCI (Junior Chambers International) and rendering humanitarian services would enable her to be a step closer to her dreams.
Asides from being a student, she is also actively involved in student politics and she currently serves as an Honourable for her department at the faculty level. In addition, she serves as the director of Programs and Awards.
As an optimist, Peace says, “I see myself as one of the women at a hierarchical position affecting positive changes to the honour of women in the society. According to her, her most challenging experience is her sexuality and her body size.
Talking about her achievement as being appointed as the executive assistant to the CVC JCI Southwest Collegiate, Miss Peace felt honoured and expressed her delights and joy as regards her appointment. It came as a mind-blowing surprise as she felt there were several institutions in the southwest that perfectly fits that position.
In conclusion, miss Peace tends to learn and relearn more about the digital world during her course as the Campus Community Network’s ambassador. Consecutively, she would love to give back to society by educating the youths about the importance of being digitally sound at this digital age of ours and empowering to be to maximize it to the fullest.