Lateefa Musah is an Engineer, Creative Writer, Development Practitioner and Screenwriter who is passionate about changing the state of the world starting from her immediate community. She is currently the Admin and Programs Officer for the Partners for Peace Organization.
She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Coventry University and a master’s degree in Structural Engineering from the University of Surrey, both in the United Kingdom. Her professional experience includes work in the design and construction sector, peacebuilding and education.
She developed a personal passion for writing which has exposed her to filmmaking, data management, and new media industries. Her articles have been featured on several media platforms including, Portharcourt Magazine, Gruvcity, Coral Lifestyle Magazine, Startup Week Port Harcourt and NDLink.
She is an advocate for improving education, especially in the public sector as seen in her work with PlayWorkDreams, a social enterprise aimed at telling the African story using indigenous animation. She is a member of the World Economic Forum Global Shapers and a top 10 winner of the Youthlead Turning Point Writing Competition.
She’s also passionate about advocating Violence against Women and Girls and seen in her article and works with the development organization.