Dr. Ndep has over 20 years of public health practice experience, including management level positions. She has held trainings for staff/volunteers of national and international Non-Governmental organizations (including USAID-sponsored organizations in Nigeria) on areas ranging from HIV/AIDS, adolescent reproductive health, Female Genital Mutilation, personal hygiene, infant and child feeding practices, cardiovascular disease risk factors education and prevention as well as community and gender-based violence. I have mentored/supervised staff and Public Health/Health Professions students since 2000 and directly supervised graduate students’ research since 2003. As head of the Health Education and Health Promotion Unit of the Department of Public Health, University of Calabar, I have supervised, mentored and initiated community-based health education/promotion activities since 2011. While at University of Calabar, she was an Examinations Officer, Graduate Programmes Coordinator, Chair of the Research Committee, Chair of the Undergraduate Screening Committee, and most recently the Coordinator of the Center of Excellence for Human Resources for Health Management Training just to name a few. Dr. Ndep is the author of Healthy Tales; a health education model where health information is shared in folk-tale format making it easy for people with low literacy to read and comprehend (healthytalesbyAntor.blogspot.com). she is also well versed in knowledge and learning management including research (qualitative and quantitative), strategic planning, curriculum development, trainings/seminars/workshops and community organizing. As Executive Director (2007-2010), she transitioned the Common Ground Health Clinic, a make-shift community clinic in Post-Katrina New Orleans into a high-quality Patient-Centered Medical Home with focus on patient and community participation. Dr. Ndep is a seasoned Community Organizer and she works closely with the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond (an Anti-racist Community Organization with head Quarters in New Orleans, LA. Dr. Ndep’s research philosophy is to engage community in ways that the data collected and disseminated is not only meaningful to them, it actually, with the right support, propels meaningful change from the ground up.