Divine Omozokpia

Programs Lead (Africa), CyberGirls

Divine Omozokpia is a seasoned Project Manager, Cybersecurity Professional, Cybersecurity
Awareness Evangelist and Inclusion Advocate.

She currently works with CyberSafe Foundation as the Programs Lead for the CyberGirls
Fellowship Program; Africa’s biggest female-focused novice-to-professional, free cybersecurity
training, mentorship and placement program. Where she has helped over 800 ladies in 22 African
countries start their careers in Cybersecurity.

Divine has worked on several other initiatives with the CyberSafe Foundation such as Enugu
Cyber Security Learning (in collaboration with Enugu State Government) Makeathon
Cybersecurity Training (in collaboration with Women in Tech), Safe Digital Community During
COVID-19 (in partnership with UK FCDO).

Driven by her keen interest to impact the members of her society, Divine volunteers with the
Youth for Human Rights International (YHRI) where she teaches human rights including the right
to privacy. She also serves as a volunteer in the NoGoFallMaga community.

She holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Benin
and is currently pursuing her Masters in Cybersecurity at the University of East Anglia, UK.