DAME A. O. Idowu holds a Masters Degree in International Relations, a Bachelors Degree in Language Arts and a Post Graduate Diploma in Education.
She is a seasoned administrator and educationist par excellence. She has over 35 years experience as a committed teacher, a hardworking Head of Department, Vice Principal (Administration and Academics) and a focused and visionary Principal. She has attended many international and national seminars and workshops. She is a practising Christian and a Jerusalem Pilgrim.
She has been mentoring girls, as Principal of highly reputable girls’ schools, for over 15 years.
DAME Idowu is an efficient and goal oriented Administrator, who believes in moulding the lives of young ones, particularly teenage girls, into spiritually vibrant, morally upright, academically sound and physically fit ladies of substance, with high standard, who will positively impact on their society nationally and internationally.
Her motto is, “Whatever your hands find to do, do it well with all your heart”. No wonder she pursues with vigour, her passion to educate the girl-child with all commitment, dynamism and versatility.
Clichés and adages, such as ‘Catch them young; Train a child the way to go, when he/she grows up, she will never depart from it”, and many others form her driving force.
Hobbies – Giving motivational talks, Reading, Writing and Travelling.
Joseph Adebowale Oyegbile is currently the Vice Principal Administration of Methodist Girls High School, Yaba, Lagos. He holds a Bachelor degree in Chemistry Education in addition to Nigeria Certificate in Education. He had his course work for Masters of Education degree in Planning and Administration.
He has over 15 years cumulative experience in School Management at both Vice Principal and Principal levels.
He is resourceful, self-motivated, organised and people oriented with pastoral touch. His independent mind had attracted him awards in various schools.
He is a member of Nigeria Institute for Training and Development, Society of Educational Administrators of Nigeria and Science Teachers Association of Nigeria.
ABIMBOLA OLAJUMOKE ALI is an educationist by profession. She holds a Masters Degree in Educational Administration, from the prestigious University of Lagos. She studied Mathematics (Education) at both NCE and undergraduate levels, in 1987 and 1991 respectively.
She has solid working experience that spans twenty-one years, as an educator, in repute private and mission schools. She joined the Methodist Mission in 2001, as a Mathematics teacher, and rose through the ranks to become the Vice Principal, Academics.
She is an enthusiastic, organised, responsible, and hardworking professional. She possesses great adaptability to any enterprise’s environment; is driven by core-values, which are people-centred, with a moral focus and emphasis on quality and respect. She is very impassioned about girl-child education, and the moral upbringing of children in God’s way.
She is an impactful counselor, a role model, an inspiration, a mother-figure and a strong believer in mentoring young girls and equipping them with the best qualities that prepare them to face future challenges and to succeed in life.
She is ethical, discreet and possesses interpersonal skills that enable her to multitask, adequately performing her roles not only as an educator, but also as an ordained Minister and a Pastor’s wife.
She is an ardent reader, a passionate writer, and a member of the Mathematics Association of Nigeria