Ifeosa Anwulika earned her bachelor’s degree at the Department of History and Strategic Studies, University of Lagos in 2017. As a PhD candidate at the Harvard History Department, her research interests are on rural economic development – understanding rural challenges and the evolution of the rural poor, and learning how rural people and their economies could be properly supported. Apart from her research and schoolwork, she also runs her non-profit, Stories of Home (SOH) together with her dear team. SOH is based in Lagos, Nigeria. It shares and preserves inspiring life stories of faith, resilience, healing, hope and triumph from Africans around the world; it also adopts underprivileged communities to provide help and long-term support structures for them. In her free time she works with her church and Christian communities in and out of school, and she talks on doing school through God’s grace on her podcast, Scholarship by Grace. She enjoys writing short stories and poems, and watering her plants. And she is proudly from the little village of Ekuku-Agbor in Agbor Kingdom, Delta State, Nigeria.