Titilope Gbemisola Akosa is a Lawyer, researcher, woman climate justice advocate and a gender and social inclusion expert. The bulk of her work is centred on Environmental Sustainability, International women’s right and stakeholder engagement for voice, accountability and inclusive participation.
Ms Akosa is an Environmental Leader of the Bearhs Environmental Leadership program University of California At Berkley, United States; a Vital Voices Lead Fellow, and an alumna of the prestigious International Visitor Leadership Program of the United States on Volunteerism and Community Development.
Ms Akosa is the Executive Director of Centre for 21st century Issues (C21st), a nongovernmental Development Organization based in Lagos, Nigeria and the Coordinator, Lagos state Gender Advocacy Team (LASGAT)
She is currently working in partnership with Save the Children Nigeria as the Coordinator of Advocacy and Campaigns Coalition (ACC) to implement the Stop Diarrhoea Initiative (SDI) in Lagos state in addition to working with women Environment Program (WEP) to provide technical expertise, mentorship and training on SDGs to Civil society organizations and Community Based organizations on the Women 2030 Project in Nigeria.