Dr Toyin Ajao (Moon Goddess) is a psychosomatic (body) healer. Her soul-vision is to transform transgenerational trauma and intra/interpersonal relationship among Africans to birth a holistic African renaissance where ubuntu thrives. She holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of Pretoria, an MA in Conflict, Security and Development from King’s College London and a BSc in Account from Obafemi Awolowo, Ile-Ife.
Moon Goddess research, praxis, and activism engagements spanned two decades and cut across a multiplatform of academia, civil and political societies, LGBTQIA+ and feminist organisations. She has consulted for, worked, and collaborated with several progressive organisations before founding iAfrika to continue her soul work of advancing healing culture across Africa as a gypsy witch (soul) goddess of transformation on the continent.
She is fusing her multifaceted talents and skills to restore the ancient glory of her ancestors across Africa. She deploys her goddess energy through experiential healing tools, activities, and regimens she designed via conflict transform, healing justice and soul alignment approach rooted in Ubuntu wisdom and holistic research to achieve this vision.
Ajao serves as a research associate of the African Leadership Centre, a trustee of Vision Spring Initiative, and an advisory team member of Bridging Gaps and Women’s Technology Empowerment Centre. She has many academic and nonacademic reflective publications and creative writing to her credit.