Esther Fagbola created Project Agape with the desire to change the way we see domestic violence and rape. Her inspiration comes from growing up in an environment where she was exposed to domestic violence. She has also had lived experience from being in an environment where she was exposed to sexual violence through an unhealthy and abusive partner. She has extensive experience as an educator and aims to educate the youth on domestic and sexual violence. She also aims to serve as a support system to black survivors like herself through the wellness workshops offered with Project Agape.
Executive Assistant and Volunteer Liaison
Anaya works hand-in-hand with Esther and their needs, and communicate with PA’s general volunteers. Anaya has completed her BA, and is working towards her second degree in the Assaulted Women and Children’s Counsellor and Advocate program at GBC in Toronto. Due to, unfortunate, past experiences and a passion for wellness, abundance and social justice, she found herself in positions like these - trying to make a change and work with survivors like herself.
Directior of Community Outreach
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.
Director of Volunteer Outreach
Obasore brings numerous communication skills and techniques to Project Agape, that help our organization grow and succeed. He is in charge of our outreach program and aims to partner with volunteers in order to better serve our audience as well as the organization.
Director of Events
Eniola joined Project Agape as she supports the mission of the organization. She is happy to be part of a organization that gives back to the community and educative methods to aid people who have experienced domestic violence. In the Ottawa community, there are not enough resources for BIPOC people and Project Agape provides just that.
As the director of events and a black women, she believes she can brainstorm events that will properly cater to the BIPOC community who are victims of domestic & sexual abuse, as she is a survivor.
Oluchi Precious Erondu is the Social media manager at Project Agape. She joined project agape to help spread awareness about the impact of sexual violence and domestic violence both on the body and mind of victims and survivors. She also wanted to help survivors by making sure they had a platform to share their stories and be able to speak up. Project Agape is a community which has provided her with a way to help these victims and survivors through posts and more.