OSARO joined the VIRCS board in 2017 and currently serves as the board president. Over the previous year, Osaro has led the VIRCS governance board through leadership transition and organizational transformation.
As a current public servant for the province of British Columbia, Osaro continues to assist the delivery of technology solutions to British Colombians in her role as a Senior Team Lead in the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction&
Information Services Division. Prior to joining the BC Public Service, she was the Business Development Manager for the Commissionaires Victoria, the islands and Yukon, a local non-profit with a national reach, that supports retired veterans and
others who want to contribute to the security and well-being of Canadians.
Osaro, a first-generation immigrant who came to Canada in 2012 to pursue a master’s degree at Royal Roads University, faced the challenges and hardships that come with being a newcomer to Canada. Her personal experience as an immigrant to Canada made her resilient and fueled her resolve to support future immigrants to Canada.
Osaro holds a master’s degree in Global Management from Royal Roads University, Victoria, a PGD in Business from the University of Wales, Cardiff, a BSC in Accounting from Ambrose Alli University, Nigeria, and most recently an Immigration Consultant diploma from Ashton College.
Osaro continues to remain grateful for the privilege of living and working in the traditional territories of the Lekwungen peoples with her spouse and two children.