About Us

Jewins women2women is a charity run by women and men to empower women in England and Wales, Africa and USA


History

Jewins women2women was founded in 2012 by Ruth Moji Obasa: a lived survivor of domestic violence which affected her opportunity to study at the prestigious Wycliffe hall University of Oxford, she was at a womens refuge in Banbury with her two children where she met other women who were in the refuge especially Bame women: Ruth wanted to create a new kind of service to transform the lives of Bame women who had suffered domestic abuse. Domestic violence in her ethnic minority community is a norm and women are often ostracised for coming out and isolated services are not available to help these women.

Jewins women2women is aimed to provide transformational support for Bame women in the Uk and non Bame women who had suffered domestic violence. We provide coaching, counselling, advocacy and cultural support with personal development support for these women. One in four women is affected with domestic violence.


Patrons

- Dr. Ana Scarna (Oxford University)
- Miss Ana Geros(DPhil student, Oxford University)
- Ms. Rachel Blake
- Dr. Funmi Durodola


Trustees

- Associate Professor Ana Cataloni
- Prophetess Ruth M Obasa
- Pastor Ade Jumoke Bada
- Mis. Elizabeth Ayere


Staffs

Volunteer
- Volunteer to the CEO Ms. Ruth Obasa

Shop Volunteers
- Ms. Funke Adebiyi

Students from Work Experiment Placement
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Student from Colleges
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Professionals

Immigration Solicitor
- Mrs. Titi Noah

Family Solicitors
- Mrs. Alia Duncan Louis

Housing Solicitors
- Miss. Turpin Laura Coyle

Psychologist
- Dr. Funmi Durodola

Psychiatrists
- Dr. Wonu Akintola
- Dr. Isiome Nwokolo

GP's
- Dr. Modupe Ejide
- Dr. Tutu Emmanuel
- Dr. Femi Daramola
- Dr. Tolu Atiome

Pharmacists
- Mr. Bunmi Fajemisi
- Mrs. Christina Ikunna

BACP councillors
- Mrs. Rita Odunmosun
- Ms. Nicola Lambert
- Mr. Collin Wells

Life coaches
- Mrs. Jeanete Sax

Life and Parenting coach
- Mrs. Jennifer James

Business & Development, Trauma Healing coach
- Ms. Ruth Obasa

Leadership and Transformational coach
- Mrs. Lola Owolabi

Employment coach
- Mr. Martin Garrity

Performance coach
- Mr. Peter Penny
- Mr. Ugo Anagor

Criminal lawyer
- Ms. Anike Adelekan

Major Achievements