Lateef migrated from Nigeria in 2006. He trained as a nurse and works as a clinician. He also runs a small business that specialises in recruiting nurses to remote areas of Northern Territory.
Lateef uses his spare time to engage in politics and issues that can improve the lives of Africans in diaspora.
Social Dev. Officer
Albert worked as a support worker for 3 years and teacher for a year and currently working under the Centre for Multicultural Youth as a youth worker. He is also working as a qualified teacher with main objective of bringing about a qualitative growth and development to our society and have society with no discrimination on any basis and equal opportunities for all.
As a youth worker his main goal is to improve the well-being of every youth in our society so they can reach their full potential. He believes if we invest in the youth, that individual and their family will do well and the whole society benefits as the overall wealth of the community is linked to the wellbeing of its constituent members.