Our Board of Trustees and Management

Golden Faith Board of Trustees (BOT) and Management is made up of highly influential and vastly experienced individuals with diverse professional backgrounds and from different walks of life. Their wealth of experience, dynamism, commitment and dedication continue to guide and create opportunities for Golden Faith Foundation to thrive.


Mrs. Helen Glory Ikeleji

Mr. Glenn D. (Terry) Dunmire III

Dr. Nasamu Gambo

B.Sc.; MBA; M.Sc. (Management and International Finance); Ph.D (Finance and Entrepreneurship); Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA).

Nasamu Gambo is an Entrepreneur, a teacher and an agent of positive change and transformation. He has a Bachelor of Science degree and two masters degree, Master of Science degree in Management and international finance and Master of Business Administration. He is also a Certified Cisco Networking Associate from CISCO Systems Inc. USA in addition to several professional certifications. He has significant multidimensional work experience in the field of education ranging from lecturing and training adults to project and general management. For the last 7 years, Nasamu has worked in some Non-Government Organizations in several positions ranging from Independent Monitoring and Evaluation Officer (UNICEF and WHO) Project Management Consultant and Business Development Service Consultant (Adam’s Smith Foundation WA) and as a Data Quality Management Consultant for the Nigerian Ministry of Health PSI programme. He has contributed to many initiatives related to research and training, leadership and entrepreneurship activities for several organizations.

Ms. Alessandra Cannizzo

BA; MA (International Relations); M.Sc. (Public Policy and Migration Studies); MCMR.

Alessandra Cannizzo holds an MA in International Relations – Asian studies and an MSc in Public Policy and Migration Studies. She has significant multidimensional work experience in the field of education ranging from teaching children and training adults to project management and human rights education. For the last three years, Alessandra has worked as project manager in an NGO and has contributed to many initiatives related to forced migration and human trafficking (research and training activities, work in a reception facility, advocacy, and intercultural mediation for several organizations). In particular, in Palermo she has established a wide and solid network of contacts with relevant stakeholders and various diaspora communities. Currently, she also cooperates with Amnesty International, with a special focus on women, children and migrants/refugees (member of the National Committee for Migrants and Refugees). She hopes to establish in the nearest future, an intercultural association, IKENGA Voice of Africa to promote African culture.