Jennifer Ephraim is a certified International relations expert who has recorded years of outstanding experience in various professions and fields of work. In 2018, a few months after her National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Jennifer contested and won one of the most recognized pageant contests in the history of Nigeria, which amongst others influenced her acceleration into fame. She won her beauty pageant in Abuja.

Since then, her care and interest in building and developing the girl child has remained a front-line mission. She established a non-government organization known as the Queen Jennifer Ephraim Foundation, which currently provides scholarships to several children in Nigeria. As a humanitarian organization, Jennifer’s foundation has continued to engage in several humanitarian interventions for the downtrodden and significantly the girl child. As a writer with a burning passion for the girl child, Jennifer released a book she wrote and titled, “Dilemma of the Nigerian Girl Child”. The book carefully talks about the dangers associated with early marriage and the trauma child mothers pass through. Jennifer is a youth advocate and role model for the younger generation. During her public speaking, she continues to raise awareness on national discourse for better leadership through youth inclusion in governance. She has continued to make strategic suggestions and submissions on ways potentials of Nigerian youths could be further harnessed in ICT, in business, agriculture, politics, and more for national development.

Jennifer is a brand influencer, ambassador, and executive marketer for multinational organizations, some of which include “Glow by Nessa”; a skin lightening lotion brand that her singular identification and ambassadorial position has boosted the patronage and customer preference of the product. Her work experience includes Brand Influencer/Executive Marketer, Philanthropy, Public Speaker, and Authorship.

Jennifer has received numerous awards and recognitions for her work, including being honored in 2020 alongside Ex Miss World Agbani Darego, Stephanie Okereke, amongst Others in Nigeria Beauty Queen Hall Of Fame’. In 2021, her foundation was recognized in Humanitarian Engagements in the “Nigeria Beauty Queens Hall Of Fame”, and her foundation bagged the African Royalty Award as the “Girl Child Impact Ngo of The Year”. In 2022, she was honored and listed among 20 Young Future Female Voices in Africa by the “African Leading Women Conference & Award 2022”. Recently, she was honored at Africa NGO Festival and her foundation was listed among the 100 most impactful NGOs in Africa.

Jennifer's educational background includes Holy Ghost Foundation School Abakaliki, Ebonyi State (Nursery, Primary & Secondary School/2014) and University of Adonai, Benin Republic (BSc. International Relations and French/2018). She has also received certifications in Human Resources Management, (Project Management and Customer Care relations/2019) and Petroleum Equalisation fund and Management Abuja (National Youth Service Corps/2018). She is fluent in French, English, and Local Language.

Jennifer Ephraim's dedication to the development and empowerment of the girl child is truly commendable and her work as a philanthropist, public speaker, and author has made a significant impact in the lives of many young girls in Nigeria.
Her dedication to making a positive change in the world is an inspiration to many, and her work will continue to make a lasting impact for years to come.