Edith Muolokwu is the first child of a family of seven(7) and hails from Anambra State, Nigeria. Born in Bauchi State,she grew up within three states in Nigeria including Bauchi, Anambra and Rivers state. She obtained her bachelor in Pharmacy degree from the prestigious University of Port Harcourt, Rivers state, after which she proceeded for a one year internship program at the National Agency for Food and Drugs Administration and Control(NAFDAC). Afer her internship program, she partook in the one year mandatory national youth service where she served at St. Catherine’s Specialist Hospital, Abuja. During her youth service, she started pursuing her dreams of going to a graduate school in the United States. During the process, she came across a friend currently undergoing his PhD program in the United States who told her about MT Scholarship. She is a co-founder of GHACAF- Give her chance Africa foundation where she functions as the international missions coordinator. GHACAF, a Non-Profit organization that aims at supporting persons infected or affected by HIV/AIDS and cancer through the provision of free drugs and testing services. The foundation has been operating successfully since 2019 and has expanded services to include the provision of fundamental knowledge on human rights, especially to women within the rural communities. Her graduate studies plan is to equip herself with the right tools and skills required to positively impact Nigeria’s pharmaceutical Industries and the world at large with her broaden knowledge on Drug Delivery Systems as well as Gene therapy . Upon graduation, she plans to first bring the knowledge back home to her country to consult for pharmaceutical firms in the area of drug delivery systems. In addition to the Non-Profit organization, she runs a functional health blog and a YouTube channel, where she give tips on how to study abroad e.t.c. Her hobbies includes Research, volunteering, studying, filming and photography.