Sade Janel Ojuola has been many things: namely a teacher, writer, and admissions counselor for the University of Southern California. As a USC graduate, Girl Scout Gold Award recipient, and social justice enthusiast, she is working every day to touch lives and leave a positive impact on the world.
Sade is particularly passionate about education, which remains the thread that connects each of her passions and previous professions. Based in the Bay Area, she currently serves as the Assistant Director of Admissions for The Nueva School. Prior to that, her belief that education should be accessible to everyone led her to Thailand, where she spent 6 months providing English instruction to a community of farmers and elephant trainers. Travel and cultural immersion are among her greatest loves, and she is always looking for the next opportunity to travel intentionally.
Sade is an avid writer with focuses on personal development, emotional wellness, social/cultural issues, and travel. She is a contributing writer for Nia Magazine, which specializes in empowering women of color.
Food and the ocean have a special place in her heart.
She is beginning to explore poetry and painting, but is too humble (shy?) to label herself an artist quite yet. ; )
She is available for freelance writing, editing and proof-reading, ESL tutoring, and humanitarian projects.
Sade can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing.” – Arundhati Roy