Sunday Taabu, a single mother of three: Flavia Juru Wani (15), Elvis Koyo Wani Jr (14) and Ataya Annette Wani (7) is currently working for Guilford County Government of the State of North Carolina at the Department of Social Services in Greensboro as Social Service Technician
Additionally, Ms Taabu is a founder of Ubuntu Women Institute USA/South Sudan Institute for Women’s Education and Leadership (SSIWEL) Project. The organization intends to address women and children health and literacy challenges facing both women and girls in Sub-Saharan Africa in general and South Sudan in particular (www.uwi-usa.blogspot.com ).
In December 2006 to December 2008, Ms Taabu served as Consular, community and Social Affairs Officer in Washington, DC at the Government of Southern Sudan Mission to the United States. She had previously worked in many different retail stores such as TJ MAXX, Wal-Mart and JC Penny, and other administrative spheres as library assistant at Goddard Library, college tutor at Rochester Community and Technical College in Rochester, MN. She also tutored Somali Bantus students in middle school in Portland OR.
In the Sudan, she served as a Roman Catholic Nun in the Congregation of Missionary Sisters of the Blessed Virgin Mary, WES/CET/Khartoum, and Sudan.
Ms Taabu is a current MPA student of Strayer University. In 2007 Ms Taabu went to University of South Africa Pretoria/Cape Town S.A. for Diplomatic, negotiation and mediation training. In 2006, Ms Taabu was a student of Masters of Public Relation at University of Seattle and dropped out when she was invited to serve her country at Government of Southern Sudan Mission to USA in Washington, DC.
She took some leadership classes at International Institute for Global Leadership online.
2006 was MPA graduated student at University of Seattle; In 2002-2003 graduated BA in international studies at Portland State University; Previously attended classes at University in Oregon; In 1999-2001, she studied at RCTC and graduated with Associate degree in Arts and Sciences.
In 2001-2002 academic year, Ms Taabu was awarded a lifetime membership certificate by National Collegiate Honor Society for outstanding academic word At University of Oregon
In 2001, Ms Taabu was awarded for her outstanding academic performance at Rochester Community & Tech. College, Rochester, MN.