Otuekong Isang has backgrounds in Psychology and Public Health. He has devoted more than a decade on projects and programs that preserve, protect and promote family and child development at all levels of influence for sustainable development of societies. He has been trained by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) since 2015 till date under the 'Response to Drugs and Related Organized Crime Project in Nigeria', a project funded by the European Union and implemented by UNODC on Harm Reduction best-practices and intervention for families, young people and Chief Security Officers and governments. He also serves as a consultant to TeenzNet, an adolescent-focused NGO in Abuja, Nigeria. (He is also) In addition, he is a board member of JUNN Foundation, a women and girls NGO in Nigeria's Federal Capital Territory, driven to provide sustainable health interventions. He holds certifications in Management of Drug Misuse from the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP), United Kingdom. He has a certification in 'Research that improves Policies and Programs.' He is a member of Community Intervention Network on Drugs (CIND), a parent body of all CSOs in Substance Abuse intervention in Nigeria. He is an associate member of the Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM) (and also) as well as a professional affiliate of Division 7-Developmental Psychology, American Psychological Association (APA).