We Are IH: Clinical practice educator passionate about teaching

January 4, 2024
Adigo Angela Achoba-Omajali

Name: Adigo Angela Achoba-Omajali (she/her/hers)
Job Title: Clinical Practice Educator
Years of Service:  12
Worksite:  South Hills Tertiary Psychiatric Rehabilitation Centre
Community:  Kamloops
Ancestral Territory: Secwépemc 
Favourite Quote / Advice to live by: “I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” ― Maya Angelou

Adigo Angela Achoba-Omajali is a clinical practice educator working out of South Hills Tertiary Psychiatric Rehabilitation Centre in Kamloops. Born to her mother Mary Ede Achoba (née Ukwenya) and her father Isaac Isa Achoba in Kaduna state in Nigeria, her origin is of Kogi state and she hails from the Ibaji kingdom.

As a lover of travel, Adigo has lived in many countries such as Ethiopia, Kenya, England and Bangladesh. She is a life-long advocate who is passionate about the work she does to ensure silent voices are heard through education. “Knowledge is power!” says Adigo. Leading with a positive mindset, she aspires to provide respectful, integral and inclusive care to every single person who needs it. 

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