THE LIZZY ADAMS INITIATIVE
The society has been silent on some of the plights of the girl-child. The girl-child has been withdrawn, restricted, relegated and rendered voiceless. We believe that through this project, we can change mind-sets that have long-prevented girls from pursuing their dreams.
Our aim is for the girl-child to reach their full potential and live their best life story.
Our platform aims to empower the girl-child by directing them through the path that would empower and inspire them to becoming the very best at their chosen career paths.
Through our platform, the girl-child will be able to speak out and address the issues facing her generation, and act as a role model to younger peers.
Our 'LIZZY ADAMS' brand means the girl-child remains silent no more because every girl has a story to tell.
CEO & Founder of the Lizzy Adams Initiative
Mrs Ibitola Ojoye-Adebayo is a UK based multi-award winning author. Her book 'Acceptance' and then the sequel, 'Acceptance into darkness' brought her to limelight in 2014. Ibitola’s fan base has doubled considerably within a very short period of time. She campaigns strongly for the girl-child and one of the best ways in which she is able to do this is through her stories. Her writing is her voice. A way to speak out on issues surrounding us as human beings each and everyday.
This ambition consequently birthed her up-coming book, ‘MY NAME IS LIZZY ADAMS’ which is the introductory part of the Lizzy Adams Boarding Mysteries series; a young adult fictional novel. This new book also gave birth to her new initiative ‘THE LIZZY ADAMS Brand’
Ibitola feels society has been silent on some of the plights of the girl-child. She believes through her Lizzy Adams project, she can change mind-sets that have long-prevented girls from pursuing their dreams. Her aim is for the girl-child to reach their full potential and live their best life story.
Older women see her as an inspiration someone who inspires them to become a strong woman that approaches life with confidence. While young girls see her as role model, someone they can look up to, who creates time to show them the way to also be successful in whatever they set their minds on.