Ebun graduated from University College London with a degree in Law. While completing her degree, she worked as a part-time paralegal for the pioneering charity, Just for Kids Law. This involved providing advocacy, support and counsel to vulnerable individuals facing issues such as homelessness and school exclusion. She later moved onto work for Freemans Solicitors where she provided support to Lawyers specialising in international child adoption and abduction proceedings.
She is particularly passionate about administering change within the youth sector. This passion has led her to become a newly appointed school governor at Forest Academy, Croydon. And, as a founding member of the female-focused charity The VITAL Initiative Africa, Ebun mentors young girls in her spare time.
In 2018, Ranwo, the social enterprise Ebun founded on Year Here and continues to run was accepted into the Resurgo Ventures accelerator programme.