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Welcoming Kenyon's Humanitarian Service Manager

Otibho Edeke-Agbareh

Taking care of the families affected by disaster is Kenyon’s chief focus when we deploy on behalf of our clients. To this end, Kenyon’s Disaster Human Services (DHS) were created to assist companies and governments in managing the long-term consequences for families who have lost loved ones during an incident. In order to continue improving our internal programs and skills, we’re very pleased to announce the addition of a full-time Humanitarian Service Manager, Otibho Edeke-Agbareh!

Otibho Edeke-Agbareh joined Kenyon in September and is based in the Bracknell office. She is responsible for Kenyon’s DHS program, further developing and maintaining Kenyon’s family assistance services and delivering those services in support of clients. She also provides family assistance training and development for staff, Team Members and clients in the area.

Otibho is an occupational therapist by background with over nine years of experience in major trauma/orthopedics and rehabilitation. She completed an MSc in Global Health and Development at University College London (UCL). Her research findings regarding meeting the needs of people with disabilities in a disaster was accepted by the United Nations (UN) and their review of the UK's compliance to the UN’s Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities (UNCRPD). She is a member of the UK Emergency Medical Team and was deployed with them to Gaza in 2014. She is also part of their teaching team. Otibho has international humanitarian experience working in places such as Tanzania and Brazil. She is also been a moderator/contributor for World Federation of Occupational Therapist’s online course titled “Disaster Management.”

We’re really excited to have Otibho join the Kenyon team. Keep an eye out for her on upcoming webinars!