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Manager of Strategic Partnerships

Abiola is a community-inclined, management professional with expertise in building relationships that enable people to collaborate for the common good thereby creating more robust communities. She holds a Master in Business Administration from the University of New Brunswick, Saint John, specializing in General Management.

Youth have the accepted wisdom, the inventiveness and great drive to shape a better world, as a result, investing in young people will pay pronounced advantages for a better future.  

The fresh perspective youth bring to the world gives them a unique ability to think up creative solutions. As a result, Abiola is passionate about projects that have the capacity to equip youth with resources that will enable them to generate a positive social change in the world.

Abiola currently resides in Greater Saint John. After work, she can be found outdoors playing tennis or indoors spending time with her family. She also enjoys participating in community outreaches.

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2021 Summer Student - Strategic  Partnerships Assistant

Brianna Keoughan is 18 and just graduated high school in June of 2020. She is currently enrolled in the Arts Program at UNBSJ, majoring in psychology, and she will finish her 4-year course in the Spring of 2024. She is looking to become a social worker because she has a passion of wanting to help those in need. She has an amazingly supportive boyfriend and family, which gives her the motivation to achieve and succeed in her long-term goals. She is thrilled to be a part of WE Believe - Saint John and cannot wait to be a part of an amazing experience!



Strategic Partnerships Assistant

Samantha is joining We Believe as our Strategic Partnership Assistant. She lives in Saint John with her two daughters and their bunny, Boaz. She is currently studying for her Masters of Divinity at Acadia Divinity College, having completed her Bachelor of Theology (‘17). 

She is passionate about many things: racial equality and justice; female empowerment and equality; mental health and access to mental health resources; as well as volunteering and being an active role for positive change in our local and global communities. In her “free” time, she loves to read, create art, and research anything interesting that pops up on her Facebook newsfeed. We are honoured to welcome Samantha to the We Believe - Saint John team.