Mrs Enoh Samson
Enoh Samson is the founder of ‘Rebrand The Niger Delta’ she is a UK qualified legal professional with a degree in communication studies and public relations. She has over 19 years experience in the charitable sector and humanitarian work she’s also a data protection consultant with some years of experience working in the healthcare sector.
She had her primary and secondary education in the Niger Delta before receiving her tertiary education in the UK. She has a strong sense of ownership and responsibility towards the Niger Delta region of Nigeria with particular reference to the youths, women and children.
She is also the executive producer of ‘RebrandMe’ a television program set to rebrand the mindsets of the youths in Africa. She is also, the founder of ‘Rebrand U Talent show’ a skills and talent development program aimed at encouraging young people to develop and enhance their skills, using such skills to motivate and sustain themselves, whilst impacting their communities and their peers.
She hopes to use these various platforms to pull and drive the right forces in the positioning and projecting positive global image of the Niger Delta people. she believes that the change we are all looking for, can only be achieved when we all stand together one for all and all for one as ‘Changed Agents’.
She has taken huge strides in ensuring that through her vision and various projects, hardship is alleviated and lives enhanced by giving aid and sustenance to the needy.
She has worked in the United Kingdom, Nigeria and Ghana from 2004 to date. Her love for humanitarian and healthcare projects have spurred her to bag a masters degree in Health Law to strengthen and contribute to her work ahead.
The issues of women and youth empowerment including child development and capacity building are her heartbeat and she is working tirelessly to contribute her skills to making life better for the less privilege.