Hope Spring Water – Our Volunteers
Meet some of the awesome people behind Hope Spring. They are donating their time and skills to help alleviate water poverty and other needs identified in sustainable development goals 6 (SDG6). You you find out more information about our trustees here
Volunteers & Helpers
Online Marketing Strategist
Evgeniy Garkaviy is an Internet marketing professional who specialises in SEO and Social Media marketing. A long-time collaborator with Temi Odurinde, who formerly worked in Internet marketing, Evgeniy is Hope Spring’s volunteer Internet Marketing guru and webmaster.
Mubarak Oladosu, a published poet, is Hope Spring Water’s Director of Operations in Nigerian. A volunteer post, Mubarak is responsible for identifying communities that could benefit from the Hope Spring Water project in the West of Nigeria. He identified and is project managing Hope Spring’s first borehole project in Kwara State, Nigeria.
Lanre is a Poland based teacher, he volunteer part of his free time to help Hope Spring in numerous ways including project management and social media engagement.
Russell is a freelance journalist who writes for a range of international newspapers and magazines about a variety of subjects including health.
I am a social media manager with a bachelor degree in Land survey from Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi. I recall staying in a village in Bauchi called Gubi some years ago together with some colleagues in school; we had to walk several minutes to go fetch water from a pump or ride a bicycle to a borehole mile away.
Geoff Grevers has a Bachelor’s degree in Mechatronics and Robotics Engineering and a Master’s degree in Electronic and Computer Music from the University of Leeds. He is motivated and hard-working, and uses his technology expertise to help with the web development, Digital Marketing and SEO for Hope Spring Water.
Boluwatife Olorunfemi, is a graduate of history and international relations. She lives in Abuja, Nigeria. She is certified in project management as well as a leadership and strategic management. She has previously worked for the Petroleum Equalisation Fund organization, and has helped with many Hope Spring Water projects. .
Jane Ngozi Agwara
Jane Ngozi Agwara holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree from the department of chemical engineering, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Kaduna State Nigeria. She is currently a Ph.D. Scholar at the University of Rochester, Rochester, USA.
Emmanuella Asuquo is a graduate of Microbiology from the University of Calabar, Cross River State. She has over five years of experience as a community health worker and as a research consultant.