A number of people have volunteered in time past, in different capacities to help The Bridge Leadership Foundation make its Leadership and Community Development (LCD) Programme a success. One of these incredible individuals is Ebosele Andrew Cyril.
EBOSELE ANDREW, a practicing medical laboratory scientist with interest in undergraduate medical laboratory science students training (Histopathology Specialty) in the university of Calabar, is the CEO of A.E. Immaculate Integrated Services – an event management solutions enterprise that provides comprehensive services for all social and cooperate events, as well as laundry and cleaning services.
He is an unrepentant advocate of youth and community development, a passion he has displayed for over 8 years of volunteering and advocacy at different categories of events, youth and community developmental projects and interventions, including the HOPE WORLDWIDE 2011 Orphans and vulnerable children intervention project in Calabar South LGA, Federal Government of Nigeria Amnesty Program, Obubra CRS and Lagos 2011/2012, NYSC MDGs Benue state 2013/2014, TBLF Football Challenge for Leadership 2012, TBLF GET 2013, FHi360 Community Anti-retroviral Therapy cART Project 2015, TBLF LCD 2016/2017, TBLF Career Day Conference 2014/2017/2018 just to mention a few, and a speaker at the 2014 TBLF Career Day Conference.
He has planned and convened several developmental programs, most recent being the 2017 and 2018 TBLF career day conferences with about 3,000 and 5,000 participants respectively; and the 2017 and 2018 OLPH Career Day Conference; a deliberate human capacity building initiative of the Our Lady of Perpetual Help (OLPH) Catholic Chaplaincy, University of Calabar Teaching Hospital (UCTH), Calabar, that led to the training of 85 participants in different areas of the agricultural value chain and renewable energy by CUSO international in 2017.
He is a lover of theater and creative arts, and the director of the creative arts department of OLPH UCTH, a platform he has used to engage young people in creative arts and theatre stage performances.
He is a member of the Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists of Nigeria (AMLSN), and fully registered and licensed by the Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria (MLSCN).