holds a PhD in Agroecology and Food Sovereignty from the Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience, Coventry University in the UK. Her PhD research focused on sustainable agricultural practices and food systems, and pathways for transitioning to agroecological practices and co-creation of agroecological knowledge and exchange. Prior to her PhD, Ezinne worked as a researcher and an agricultural extension officer at the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Abuja, Nigeria. Her research works contribute to the understanding of sustainability in the design and development of information communication technology assisted innovative systems that can enhance interactive exchange of agroecological knowledge. Ezinne is presently exploring gender-based violence in agricultural food systems and potential impact on agroecology development in Africa. She is keen to promote the works of Access Agriculture through engaging the grassroots on agroecological practices using knowledge co-creation strategies.