C.E.O of Cedar Seed Foundation
Lois Auta (born 29 April 1980) is the founder and chief executive officer of Cedar Seed Foundation. She has received awards for her role in promoting disabled sport globally in the U.S. She was hosted among 30 Nigerians by President Mohammadu Buhari for technology innovation and creativity.
Auta holds a diploma in public administration from the University of Abuja and is presently a Bachelor of Science (final year student) undergraduate in public administration from the same university.
Auta is the founder and Executive Director of Cedar Seed Foundation, and a support staff member with Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC).
Auta has advocated for the betterment of persons with disabilities in Nigeria for over five years. Her positions and roles include:
President of FCT Disabled Sports Club, Abuja Board Member of Federation of Civil Servants Staff with Disabilities Multipurpose Cooperative Society.
Assistant National Coordinator of Advocacy for Women with Disabilities Initiative Board Member of Potters Gallery Initiative
Member of Joint National Association of Persons with disabilities Founder of Ability Africa
President of Women on Wheels Multipurpose Cooperative Society She has held meetings with world leaders including John Kerry, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, US Assistant Secretary of State on African Affairs. Ambassador Rice, US senators, the Nigerian president, Nigerian senators, ministers, and Chief Executive Officers of world recognized companies and organizations.
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