By Balogun Kamilu Lekan
Salamatu Suleiman, fondly called Sally Suleiman, is a Nigerian influencer, humanitarian, business strategist, motivator, writer, and media personality.
She was born on May 14th. Sally is well-known for her humanitarian work and assistance to the less fortunate. She founded the Isolycia Foundation, a non-governmental organisation dedicated to rural education for children.
In 2021, she was featured in Forbes’ 30 Inspirational Women of Women’s History Month list.
After her elementary and secondary education, Sally headed to Middlesex University in Dubai, UAE, to study International Business.
Additionally, she possesses various other certifications, which include Basics of Public-Private Partnership, Understanding Climate Change, Management Strategies for People and Resources, Strengthening Public Sector, Community Organising for Action, Understanding Elections and Civic Responsibility, and Understanding the Rights for Women and Girls, from the YALI Regional Leadership Centre East Africa.
She works for the authority in charge of oil and gas-free zones. She founded “Giveaway Nigeria,” a platform that assists aspiring media entrepreneurs, and “The Isolycia Foundation,” a non-profit that focuses on rural children’s education. Her non-profit organisation, the Isolycia Foundation, has helped several children with school supplies and tuition.
Sally has over ten years of experience in the oil and gas industry and ten years in the media. She is an expert in brand management, project management, sales, marketing, administration, customer service, business development, and content creation.
She is also a member of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) and was most recently recognised as one of Forbes’ 30 most inspirational women.
There is no public information about Sally’s relationship.
NewsWireNgr cannot independently verify Sally’s net worth.
Impact & Influence
The ISOLYCIA Foundation & Giveaway Nigeria
She was a philanthropist before establishing her foundation. The ISOLYCIA Foundation was established in memory of her late mother “Isoken” and stepmother “Felycia.” The foundation is dedicated to education, clean water for rural areas, and widow empowerment.
In 2019, Sally was nominated for the Social Media for Social Good Awards Africa 2019.
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