Dr. Margaret is a Communications Strategist with over 12 years of experience in the media, academia and in development where she has produced very compelling media narratives across platforms and taught same to undergraduates at three Universities (Nasarawa State University, McPherson University, and Pan Atlantic University). She has initiated communication strategies for local and international organizations (European Union, UNICEF, Rotary) to raise awareness for uptake of development innovations as well as appraised the effectiveness and development impact of same. Margaret is a good team player, open to ideas, takes initiatives and has built a robust network of media contacts. She is a dynamic professional that works cooperatively in multicultural environments.
2. Influence of Open Defecation-Free Communication Intervention on Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Residents of Selected State in South-South, Nigeria.
1. Should Internet-Based Media be Regulated in Nigeria?
– ACSPN Book Series:5 (Media Freedom, National Interest and Governance)
2. Knowledge and Attitude of Mothers to the Campaign on Mother to Child Transmission of HIV in some select communities of Lagos State
– Book. Advance Communication Research & Media Studies in Africa: Digging Deep for Meanings. Ajibolu Balofin Ed.
Humanitarian Service award in Rotary International
1. The Nigerian Civil War and Interethnic Marriages: A study of Ogoja Women Married to Igbo Men.
– Presented at an international Conference in Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Nigerian Civil War. University of Maryland, Baltimore. 2020
2. Should Internet-Based Media be Regulated in Nigeria?
– Association of Communication Scholars and Practitioners of Nigeria (ACSPN) annual conference held at Abeakuta, Ogun State. 2020 3. Religion, Politics and the Socio-economic Development of Nigerians Presented at the Society for Research and Academic Excellence Conference held at Nsukka, Enugu State. 2018