Ursula Chigozie Nnabueze is a Professor of Public Health Education with the Department of Health and Physical Education, Enugu University of Science and Technology (ESUT), Enugu State, Nigeria. Currently, she is spending her sabbatical leave with the Department of Public Health, Madonna University Nigeria. She was the immediate past Head of Department (HOD). A part-time lecturer with the School of Midwifery, University of Nigeria, Teaching Hospital (UNTH) and was a visiting Senior Lecturer with Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, University of Cape Coast Ghana (2009-2011). She has published widely both nationally and internationally including five books and has contributed to Health Education professional activities nationally through Nigerian Association of Health Educators, NAHE and Health Education and Promotion Research Association of Nigeria (HEPRAN). In 2001, Ursula was award the best paper for young Researcher’s Award of the Nigerian Academy of Education. She was a UNICEF National Consultant (WASH SECTION), the lead researcher for Wins4Girls in Schools, MHM project in Nigeria (Feb – Sept, 2015). She is also actively researching on the Paradox of identities, Girls as wives, Boys as children: The attitude of in- school female adolescents in Enugu State towards Early Child Marriages in Nigeria.