Dr. Timie C Lar-Ogunmola is a seasoned teacher, lecturer, researcher and mentor. She is a director with Greatway Foundation, and a resource person with City of Edinburgh Council. A Leader and mentor in the African Women community in Edinburgh. She was seconded to Brunel University and University of Northampton as a visiting lecturer and researcher. She was a former Director General and also doubled up as Commissioner (Women Affairs) and Chairperson for “Better Life for rural dwellers” programmes in Plateau State, Nigeria where she pioneered and built a widowhood vocational training centre in Mangu village. This centre is still benefiting female-headed households in parts of rural Nigeria. Timie was also a Lecturer in Education and Career Guidance at the University of Jos, Nigeria. She is well published and has led talks and delivered papers in local and international conferences. A former head girl and best graduating student of St. Louis College, Jos. She obtained her first Degree from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Master’s at the University of Jos, Nigeria, and her PhD from University of Nottingham, U K. Timie is very vast in philanthropic projects.