I completed my Ph.D in the department of Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick (2009-2012). MA in Globalisation and Development from the same department (2007-2008). I have a BSc. in Sociology from Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ogun State, Nigeria (2004).
As part of compulsory national service, I served with the National Youth Service Corps [NYSC] (February 2006- February 2007) in Lagos State, Nigeria. For my Community Development (CD) project I was trained and certified as a 'Development Knowledge Facilitator' under the 'Debate to Action' programme (sponsored by the British Council/ World Bank Institute). I was posted to teach the subject 'Government' (elementary Political Science) to senior secondary school students, where I also facilitated a group of sixty-six (66) students under the Debate to Action project, raising awareness on the role of Nigerian youth and communities in dealing with the challenges of achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) through the strategies developed in National Economic Empowerment and Development Strategy (NEEDS).
I also worked part-time as Human Resources Assistant at the University of Warwick Library (2008-2013).