Louisa Nnenna Onuoha is an Assistant Director, Museum Educational Services and Training, National Commission for Museums and Monuments, Nigeria. She is currently working at the National Museum Oyo as the Head of the Education Unit. She has been in the service of the commission for over twenty years where she has been privileged to work in the commission’s largest museums in Lagos and Ibadan. As a museum educator/curator, she combines research with active museum practice. She has been involved in creating, initiating and evaluating programmes. Since 2001, she has addressed topical and contemporary issues through exhibitions and other museum educational programmes that are people centred and inclusive both at local and international levels. Her research writings and artistic engagements have consistently engaged themes such as restitution, colonialism, sex slavery, human trafficking and child labour. She holds an MA in Creative Arts from the University of Lagos, a PGD in Museum Studies from the Institute of Archaeology and Museum Studies, Jos and a PhD in Cultural and Media Studies from the Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. She is a recipient of several awards and grants, some of which include CECA (Iceland 2010), IVLP (2009) and ICOM Japan (2019) to mention a few. She is a member of several art and heritage organizations such as ACASA, CAA, SNA, CAM and the International Council of Museums ICOM (where she currently serves as the President of ICOM Nigeria). She is currently a visiting scholar at the Global Thought, Columbia University in the City of New York, USA. She would consider it an honour to serve on the CAM board to further boost her commitment to the association, challenging her to bring her professionalism in museum practice to further advancement of CAM and broaden its membership base in Nigeria while helping to foster collaborations between museums in Africa and other regions.