A prolific writer, feminist and renowned activist for women’s human rights and peace, Limota serves as the Executive Director of the International Women Communication Center (IWCC), a women’s human rights NGO committed to promoting and protecting the rights of women, girls and vulnerable groups in Nigeria. Limota is also the vice chair of the transition monitoring group in Nigeria, coordinating over 450 civil societies, and sits on the Board of WAEON, representing TMG Nigeria in sub-regional grouping. In 1994, she served as West Africa Countries Coordinator of Pan African Women’s Liberation Organization (PAWLO) in Kampala, Uganda, before returning to Nigeria to focus on changing local and national policies that interfere with gender issues and development. As a recipient of a Fulbright scholarship, Limota completed her PhD research at the University of Huddersfield’s School of Human and Health Science (United Kingdom), with a focus on HIV and other sexually transmitted infections in polygamist Muslim society. In 2005, she was among the 1,000 women nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, for women who have contributed immensely to global peace and sustainable development.