Aisha is an experienced business manager with vast expertise in Distribution, sales and marketing, ICT Advisory Services and general management of human and material resources, a leader and builder of result oriented multifunctional teams with over 15 years cross functional experience spanning telecommunications sub-sector of the economy.
She started her career in Telecommunications when She joined Globacom Limited in 2005 as a customer care representative. Prior to joining the communications industry, She had done a one year Administrative job in PPMC (a subsidiary of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation) in 2002. She was also The Regional Head North at Visafone Communications Ltd and Cars45 Ltd.
Aisha holds an undergraduate degree in Business Administration from the University of Abuja and an MBA from Ahmadu Bello University Zaria.
She’s currently a Politician. She contested for the House of Representatives Ticket (2019) Malumfashi/Kafur Federal Constituency in Katsina State, Nigeria She’s also the Founder AISHA AMINU FOUNDATION. She Volunteers and Supports The Visiola Foundation. Which Mentors and Equips Young Girls with the necessary skills in STEM.
AISHA has a very humble focus on the Girl-child education and empowerment which led her the establishment of the WEGIRLS DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION, a gender based foundation working or peace and reconciliation, gender-based violence and women empowerment in Nigeria.
She has worked on various humanitarian projects helping the victims of violence, banditry and insurgency through the provision of health support interventions, education, Peace-building, drug abuse and trauma healing and psycho-social supports in the Northwestern part of Nigeria.
AISHA is interested in empowering the girl child and ensuring that there is peace across the regions. Hence, she has received grant supports on numerous projects to achieve better outcome for the 2030 Sustainable Development Goal of the United Nations.
Advocate For Women & Girl-Child Rights and Education | Women & Youth Empowerment