We are a team of passionate young people driving mental health education, support and advocacy in Nigeria. We love what we do, and we do it with passion. We look forward to working with you.
She has a Bachelor’s degree in Radiography & Radiological Science, a PGC in Computed Tomography, certification from the University of Washington’s Global e-learning program in Leadership and Management in Health; as well as other certifications from institutions like the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Microsoft, WeAfriHug, Public Health England, amongst others.
She is also a Digital Polymath, IBM-certified Design thinking practitioner and freelance multi-disciplinary graphic designer who delivers creative and engaging solutions across brand identity, print and digital media.
In her spare time, she volunteers thoroughly and has been privileged to work with organizations like Character Scotland, Ikapture Networks, ONE Nigeria, PSIFON org, Young People Connect, The Bridge Leadership Foundation, Live Your Dreams Africa, Festival Poetry Calabar, Okares Sickle Cell Foundation, Efik Leadership Foundation, UNFPA, AIESEC, amongst others.
In a nutshell, her passion for creativity and constant learning is accompanied by the thrill of seeing things come to life either through her design, her craft or her zeal for volunteering.
Ifunanya Juliet Ottih, Stilt NG Administrative Secretary, is a Nigerian writer, poet and certified digital media fellow.
She has her works published in the Nigerian Poetry Prize (NSPP) 2020 anthology, Kalahari review, issue iii of Youth Magazine, The VAW Journal, Bansi iii, and was longlisted for the 2020 PIN Annual Food Poetry Contest.
She is the second prize winner of the Feb-Mar 2021 edition of the Brigette Poirson Poetry Contest (BPPC) and was also a 2018 finalist of the World Youth Essay Competition (WYEC). In May 2021, she was awarded the most outstanding delegate in the 55.0 Online International Model United Nations Conference.
Jonathan Utsu Undelikwo, an emerging author and mental health advocate is a Software Engineer & artificial intelligence enthusiast who saves the world one code at a time.
Elijah, Aniekeme Ime popularly known as Kempi is a media personnel, light technician, thespian and the media Director, Stilt Ng
Chief Storytelling & Publications Officer
Iniobong Ikpe is a non-fiction writer and editor. She’s passionate about seeing young people develop into whole adults who are self-aware. She also would like to see the stigma surrounding mental health illnesses disappear.
She’s a warm and positive leader who has listening ears for those struggling. When she’s not working, you can find her reading or learning something new.
Chief Revenue and Welfare Officer
Laurel Ugoji is a graduate of the University of Calabar with a Bachelor’s Degree in Medical Laboratory Science.
She has an ardent love for volunteering, gaining new skills and meeting new people. Some organizations she is currently volunteering with include; Stilt.NG, Serial Volunteer Community, Festival Poetry Calabar, First Place Connect, Lead Young Initiative, GELA, Inspire Her etc.
She is also very enthusiastic about widening her horizon which has made her gain certifications in various online courses. In addition, Laurel is a chef-preneur who caters for both indoor and outdoor events.
Volunteer Coordinator & Community Manager
Enoch Sebhenaan Markson, a graduate of Business Management, is a publicist and an advocate for community development and youth empowerment (Youths in government).
Sebh as fondly called is the Deputy Country Coordinator of the Global Youth Parliament Rivers State chapter and the treasurer and content creator for Odual Kugbo development forum, a foremost social-cultural non-governmental organization with the vision to make an impact and draw the government’s attention to the devastating, infrastructural decay in the community.
Sebh is the Community/Volunteer Manager of Stilt Ng.
As part of his commitment to see a better, more valuable and prosperous society, he volunteers, to make a change and contribute to human existence.
“When individuals are mentally healthy, they are able to realize their own abilities, cope with the normal stresses of life, work productively, and make positive contributions to their community”.World Health Organization, 2004