Ibiye has over 18 years of extensive financial and operational experience in both national and international charities. As a strong advocator for girls’ rights all over the world and an environmental activist, she previously worked with World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scout (WAGGGS), as the Finance Directorates Head of all their national and international financial operations. In Ibiye’s career as a finance professional, she has held senior management roles in various charities like being the Chief Operating Officer at Campaign Academy Limited, the Chief Financial Officer at the Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust, the Deputy Head of Finance at Greenpeace International, the Finance Manager at Plan International UK etc. One of her achievements was the creation of the financial monitoring, evaluation, and control models used in the £4.2m world renowned Multi-Agency Stalking Intervention Programme (MASIP) (and it is still being used for subsequent linked programmes) in her capacity as the Head of Finance of the Suzy Lamplugh Trust UK.
Ibiye is a first-class joint honours graduate in Accounting and Financial services from the London Guildhall University.
Why Ibiye works for Clean Air Fund:
I am mother with lived experience! I know first-hand the detrimental impact poor air quality has on a child. Working for Clean Air Fund gives me a purpose, and most importantly it offers me that immense satisfaction and opportunity to use my skills and experiences to highlight what air pollution does, and how we could all make a difference. I am so excited and truly stoked to be part of this great adventure for change.”