Mildred attended Babcock University where she obtained her LL.B. She is a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria.

Mildred’s areas of practice cover the broad spheres of corporate commercial transactions. She regularly advises indigenous and international organizations on a broad range of matters which include but are not limited to Mergers and Acquisitions, Banking and Finance, Project Finance, Tax, Commercial Real Estate and Tax.

Mildred was a member of the team that advised an international payment solution company operating out of the United Kingdom and & United Arab Emirates with regards to its proposed multi-million euro investment in Nigeria. Specifically, she advised on the appropriate structure and model for the to establish its business to set up in Nigeria as well as the tax and regulatory implications of its desired structure (particularly in light of the Finance Act 2019). Mildred has also advised a Nigerian engineering company on a multi-million dollar transaction regarded as on arguably what is regarded as Nigeria’s largest single-site solar/renewable energy project and in this regard, she conducted due diligence on the project company, liaised with regulatory authorities including but not limited to the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (“NERC”) and negotiated project agreements. Most recently, Mildred has been advising a large land owning family in South- East Nigeria with respect to options available to them for optimizing their assets valued at approximately N1,000,000,000 (One Billion Naira)

Mildred is a member of the Nigerian Bar Association (“NBA”) as well as the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators of Nigeria (“ICSAN”). In her spare time she enjoys reading and contributing to the society through various initiatives under her foundation.