Ojoma has demonstrated success in leading strategy, large-scale programs, and change management, building strategic and operational partnerships, delivering digital transformation, championing and mainstreaming diversity and inclusion, and leading globally dispersed teams. She has a credible history of working with public, private, and civil society partners to deliver programs that deliver economic, social, and cultural outcomes, particularly for young people. She has worked in and with partners and teams globally, particularly across Africa and the United Kingdom for a range of organizations like the British Council, UNESCO, World Bank (Growth and Employment Programme), Africa Technology and Creative Group (ATCG), and various governments in Africa and beyond. She is adept at mainstreaming gender, disability, and other diversity themes into the delivery of cultural relations and developmental projects using various Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI), Conflict Sensitivity, and Safeguarding tools. She currently serves as a Managing Partner at The Creative Economy, CC Hub.