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Nabiye Blessing John Tal is a woman of extra ordinary Virtue, born in Bauchi on the 14th day of March 1984, to the Family of Dr and Mrs. John Liazaru Tal, she hails from Billiri Local Government Area of Gombe State, Nigeria in West Africa.

Nabiye started her Educational career at Marie Claire Nursery/ Primary School, Ikeja Lagos, where she got her first school leaving certificate in 1996, and proceeded to Federal Government College, Ugwolawo, (FGCU) Kogi State and obtained her SSCE in 2002.

She then gained admission in 2004 to the prestigious University of Abuja, where she bagged her first Degree B.Sc. Physics.

Nabiye had her first working experience in 2007 when she did her Industrial Training (SIWES), at the National Hospital Abuja, Medical Physics, Radiotherapy Department.

After her graduation from the University while waiting to go for her one year compulsory service, Nabiye worked in the following capacities-

– Personal Assistant to the Senior Special Assistant to the Senate Minority Leader, National Assembly, Abuja, from January 2009 to January 2010.

* Physics Teacher, (ss1-ss3) ECA Summer School, Abuja, July 2009-August 2010.

* Basic Technology Teacher, (Jss1-Jss3), ECA Summer School, August 2010.

After which she rendered her service to her Fatherland (NYSC) at the Nigerian Nuclear Regulatory Authority (NNRA) in Abuja.

Not satisfied with a first degree, in 2011, Nabiye proceeded to Concepts University, London for a Master’s Degree course in Environmental Studies.

Ladies and Gentlemen: Nabiye is a woman with the mission to Completely Eliminate Violence against women and children in the society, at least to a minimum level. She began an awareness, sensitization and counseling program for women and Children while at the University in 2005.

A kind hearted and amiable disposition is her temperament traceable to her childhood. She is known to have great love and compassion for the less privileged, and abused persons.

Thus spurred by the scourge of rape and domestic violence in the society, Nabiye initiated in 2006, the NGO- Initiative for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and Children (IEVAWC). Since 2006 till date, Nabiye has been a service provider/consultant, with emphasis on Humanitarian services. The

Motivation is still traceable back to her childhood years, her love for Orphans, less-privileged, widows, battered women, raped victims, molested children, etc. and her burning desire to mitigate their sufferings has brought Joy and succor to them.

Nabiye is a woman who loves her God passionately and loves the things of God and always want to do the right thing, someone once noted that, Nabiye is not a woman who will climb the ladder and remove the ladder, rather, she’s a woman who will climb the ladder and allow others to climb because she loves to work with people and she loves to see others succeed. No wonder she received so many awards and held Various Positions of Leaderships.

LEADERSHIP POSITIONS HELD

i. Head Girl , Marie Claire Nursery/Primary School,

Ikeja Lagos, Nigeria – 1995- 1996

ii. Secretary to the President, Press Club.

Federal Government College Ugwolawo,

Kogi State, Nigeria – 2000 -2001

iii. Deputy Auditor- General, Interact Club.

Federal Government College Ugwolawo,

Kogi State, Nigeria – 2000- 2001

iv. Treasurer, Gombe State Students Association.(GOSSA),

University of Abuja Chapter. – 2006- 2007

v. Director Networking, Creative Concept Nigeria. – 2006- 2008

vi. President/ Founder, Initiative for the Elimination of

Violence against Women & Children.(IEVAWC). – 2006-till Date

vii. Secretary, Incorporated Trustees. (IEVAWC). – 2008-till Date

viii. Director, Peace & Conflict Resolution. Nigerian

Youth Leaders Entrepreneurs Initiative (NYLEI),

Gombe State Chapter. – 2011 – 2012

ix. Organizing Secretary, Gombawa Forum Initiative, Gombe – 2011 – 2012

x. Facilitator, Strategic Sports Partnership, International

Sport Coalition (ISC), Abuja Chapter. – 2011 till Date

xi. Secretary General, ECWA Central Area, Youth Fellowship. – 2011 till Date

And she has attended many National and International Seminars and Conferences among which are-

– AMIENS

A 3-Month HIV/AIDS Enlightenment Campaign/ Initiative

Nov. 2004 – Jan. 2005, Abuja, Nigeria

ALICT

African Leadership Institute for Community Transformation

ALICT Community Transformation Training Level 1,

– Personal Development & Leadership

– Biblical Foundation & Spiritual Growth

– Strategic Design & Management

– Community Transformation

– Relationship & Synergy

12th – 15th May, 2009

Kano, Nigeria

– SMILES NETWORK INT’L INITI

A 2-Day Capacity Building Workshop on Women and

Children Focused NGOs in the FCT.

21st – 22nd Oct. 2010, Abuja, Nigeria

– SPORTS COALITION NIGERIA (International Sport Coalition

2nd National Sports Leadership Conference, Abuja. 5th – 6th Oct, 2011

– ACE CONFERENCE

12th – 18th December, 2011, Lome, Togo

– ALICT

African Leadership Institute for Community Transformation

ALICT Community Transformation Training Level 3,

– Personal Development & Leadership

– Biblical Foundation & Worldview

– Tiers, paradigms & theories in transformation

– Transformation in the market place

– Strategic Design & Management

– Community Transformation

– Relationship & Synergy

Wellington, South Africa, July 24th – Oct., 21st 2012.

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