Iheoma is a Nigerian feminist, writer and human rights activist with extensive experience providing training to rural and urban poor communities in Africa and to marginalised communities in London. She is presently the Executive Director of Alliances for Africa an international non-governmental organisation that is engaged in human rights training, legislative advocacy, public policy and community development.
She regularly acts as a Trainer and Facilitator and has worked as a consultant for several international agencies including UN Women, British Council, OECD, DfID and the Commonwealth Secretariat.In 2005, Iheoma was elected onto the ASHOKA Fellows network serving for three years. Iheoma has published short stories in several online e-zines and anthologies including “African Women Writing Resistance: An Anthology of Contemporary Voices” and “Pastor Saul Bottomsup” in the publication “An Anthology of Great Writing Volume 1”
Iheoma has a BA in Third World Studies and African Women from the University of East London and an MA with Distinction in Communications Policy Studies from City University, London.