COMMITTED TO THE CAUSE
Founder and Executive Director
Esther Fagbola created Project Agape with the desire to change the way we see domestic violence and homelessness.
Her inspiration comes from growing up in an environment where she was exposed to domestic violence. She has extensive experience as an educator and aims to educate the youth on preventive efforts against domestic and sexual violence. She also aims to educate society on the reality that is domestic and sexual abuse and how much of an issue it is in our society. Esther worries about the rise in homeless men, women, and children in Canada and is fighting to aid these individuals and the homes that support them.
Director of Events and Finance
Joy Otundo joined Project Agape with the vision and drive to improve upon our Non-Profit Organization. She has extensive knowledge, experience, and passion for event planning. She is focused on developing the organization with experience and integrity.
Charity Liaison Officer
Cathy Broussard joined Project Agape with the intention of aiding in partnerships with charities in order to enhance the overall care in which charities provide. Her roles involve reaching out to charities in order to partner with them and provide what is best needed to suit their needs. She also works to attain donors for fundraising events.
CHRISTJAY & OBASORE
Directors of Outreach
ChristJay and Obasore are our co-directors of outreach. They bring numerous communication skills and techniques to Project Agape, that help our organization grow and succeed. They are in charge of our outreach program and aim to partner with volunteers in order to better serve our audience as well as the organization.
Consultant for Project Agape
Lillian Meshki joined our team to help women struggling to have their voice heard. She is aware of the unnecessary marginalization that women are faced with for being a minority in society. From personal experiences, she is extremely mindful of the different levels of injustice served throughout communities. Her goals are to advocate for women and to stand in solidarity with them all. She aims to spread awareness, help women by giving them tools and resources necessary to help promote a positive change. Believing that everyone deserves to live safe, strong and respected.
KHADIJA EL HILALI
Khadija El Hilali joined Project Agape with the purpose of giving back to her community. She has a variety of useful experiences, personally and professionally, that can help advocate on behalf of women, youth, and the underprivileged in general. She is passionate and a community oriented individual looking to help people by facilitating access to resources to promote a healthier environment.