Rachel Nsefik-Eyo is a lawyer, mental health advocate and a social entrepreneur.
As a legal practitioner, she has over eight years’ experience in the corporate/commercial, company secretarial/governance, dispute resolution and labour/employment practice areas of law. She is a mental health advocate and trained mental health Counsellor. She holds certifications in Mental Health, Recovery and Community Inclusion (QualityRights E-Training) (World Health Organisation), Psychology (University of Oxford), Psychological First Aid and Basics of Mental Health First Aid. She currently works as the Legal Advisor and Community Engagement Officer at The Sunshine Series-Mind Wellness, a mental health organisation based in Abuja, Nigeria.
Rachel is the Creative Director of the Rachel Eyo Brand, a social enterprise which exists to positively transform the lives of individuals by helping them renew their minds daily and boost their mental wellbeing through the creation and sale of positive affirmation products such as positive affirmation cards in various categories, affirmation desk calendars, affirmation frames, affirmation worksheets and games and so on.
Rachel is also the founder of MindCircle, a community of mindful individuals who are intentional about prioritizing their mental and spiritual wellness.
Rachel is passionate about mental health advocacy and legislation, raising awareness on mental health issues to eradicate stigma and educating individuals on mental health topics and mental illnesses through online and offline community engagement outreaches, mental health trainings and mental wellness sessions. She believes in the power of a positive mindset in achieving goals and incorporating positive affirmations to daily routines.
Rachel is a voracious reader and is always eager to connect with fellow literature enthusiasts. She is the founder of The Readers’ Hub, a literary initiative that promotes reading and enlightening conversations through literature. She also frequently uploads book reviews, African literature recommendations and reading tips on her YouTube channel, Rachel Eyo which has over 2,500 subscribers.