Eucharia Madueke

Eucharia Madueke is a Sister of Notre Dame de Namur from Nigeria. With an academic background in education, religion, development and public policy, she has taught on the secondary and university levels in Nigeria and the United States. She has led many workshops in Africa in grassroots organizing and advocacy centered around Catholic social teaching. She served as provincial of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, Nigerian Province. Currently, she is the women's empowerment project coordinator for the Africa Faith and Justice Network, a religious nonprofit organization that focuses on U.S.-Africa relations.

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