Chidinma is a Client Engagement Executive in Dragnet Solutions Limited- a foremost recruitment firm for innovative ‘talent identification and screening’ solutions. She has expertise in creating successful communication channels and points of contact between her employer and her clients. She also assists to connect clients to work experience, the ideal employees to be hired and traineeship opportunities.
In addition, she is an alumnus of the McKinsey Forward Program (a virtual learning platform for young professionals in the early stage of their career), a Campus Ambassador for Studyfree (an EdTech startup that helps talented students around the world to study abroad with scholarships and grants), a Volunteer Marketing Ambassador for Volunteer Science, Northeastern University (a web laboratory that improves scientific research by creating a community of active and engaged participants with an interest in scientific research) and a former Campus Ambassador for International Model United Nations (IMUN).
She acquired her primary education from Mari Nursery/Primary School in 2001, secondary education from Kabe College in 2007 and her first degree in Microbiology from the University of Agriculture, Makurdi in 2014. Currently, she is actively seeking to pursue her Master's degree in Microbiology and Immunology in a prestigious university in the North American continent.
Chidinma is known for her remarkable modesty and intellectual ability. Her professional interests and objectives lie towards engaging businesses, stakeholders and customers with marketing communications as the 21st century metric of product efficiency and effectiveness. She is a continuous learner, goal-driven, responsible and highly organized. Her ability to prioritize effectively enables her accomplish objectives with creativity and enthusiasm. She looks forward to hitting milestones as she takes gradual steps into her education and career.
Date of Birth: February 18, 1990
Hobbies: E-research, Volunteering, Calligraphic Writing, Reading, Story Writing and Playing Chess
Association: Science Writers and Communicators of Canada (SWCC), Student Member