Pastor (Dr.) Idowu holds a doctorate degree in Public Health (DrPH) from Morgan State University, School of Community Health and Policy, Baltimore. MD. She was inducted into the Morgan State University Beta Epsilon Chapter of the Delta Omega National Honorary Society in Public Health. She was the 2013 Alumni of the Year at the School of Community Health and Policy. She was the recipient of a Kellogg-sponsored fellowship in 2005/2006 at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina for “Emerging Leaders in Public Health”. She has some training as Clinical Research Associate and Safety aspects in Pharmacovigilance. Dr. Idowu served as a Commissioner on Governor Hogan’s Maryland Governor’s Commission on African Affairs until she was asked in 2018 to start the church, RCCG Bright Star Tower, Baltimore. MD where she’s the lead Pastor with her husband. She is a graduate of the Redeemed Christian Church of God School of Disciples.
In 2016, she started her consulting business, Seeds Omega Consulting, LLC. Her interest continues in behavioral health with an emphasis on preventive health education, training, and outreach. She later saw the need for financial literacy education in the community as a complement to the healthy lifestyle she was educated on. In 2019 she became a licensed insurance agent under PHP (People Helping People) helping middle-income families protect and create wealth and legacy for their families. She’s also under the mentorship of Lawrence Korman at the BFL base shop.
Dr. Abimbola Idowu was the former Project Director for the African American Health Program (AAHP) in Silver Spring, MD from February 2013-to 2016 with Betah Associates, Inc. She provided overall fiscal and program management in the areas of HIV/AIDS, Infant mortality and maternal health (SMILE), Cardiovascular health, Diabetes, Oral Health, and the Community Health Workers program. Dr. Idowu developed a four-week health program for inmates called “WIGO – When I Get Out: A healthy and safer lifestyle” at the County Correctional Facility. The program was one of the recipients of the 2011 National Association of Counties (NACo) Award in Montgomery County. She’s a published author with her book, “Leave the Nest to Soar”. She is married to Dr. Timothy Idowu, and they have three wonderful children.
Pastor (Dr.) Bola Idowu is a motivational speaker and has presented at local and international conferences. She organized a women’s conference in 2017 themed “Woman who is She?” with over 100 attendees. She has a passion for women interests and her ultimate goal is to assist programs for trafficked women and girls.