The APJ sat down for an interview with Innocent Chukwuma, Director of West Africa for the Ford Foundation. Before joining the foundation Innocent founded and led the CLEEN Foundation, to promote public safety, security, and accessible justice in West Africa. In addition, Innocent has held various posts within the Civil Liberties Organization, one of Nigeria’s first human rights organizations. He was also the chair of the Altus Global Alliance, a global network of nonprofits.
Innocent served as visiting lecturer at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and he holds a master’s degree in criminal justice from the University of Leicester and a bachelor’s degree in religion from the University of Nigeria.
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Pictured: Innocent Chukwuma and Memme Onwudiwe (APJ Interviewer)
Featured Photo Credit: The Ford Foundation