Our Advisory Board is a committee made up carefully selected people who have made marks in their respective chosen profession. Their roles include advising the company on various issues ranging from operation to administration matters as well as serve on our Faculty of resource persons. They have individual and collective experiences from working with the public service, private sector, academia, and the civil society and include technocrat, legal expert, finance expert, etc.
Professor Adebiyi Daramola
Professor Daramola is one of the most renowned and respected experts in the field of monitoring and evaluation of multilateral and bilateral-assisted projects in Nigeria and Africa today. Professor Daramola has consulted in various capacities for the World Bank (i.e. IBRD, IFC), African Development Bank (ADB), Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), National Resources Institute, UK, Ford Foundation, DfID, USAID, TechnoServe Inc, USA, European Commission (EC), Village Pioneer Project (VPP) Associate of USA-based Development Research Network, Chemonics International Inc, USA, Sygenta , National Centre for Economic Management and Administration (NCEMA) and Federal and State Governments.
Adegoke Olaoye (PhD)
Not too many technocrats get the chance to serve as Permanent Secretary in 6 (six) different Government Ministries. Dr. Adegoke Olaoye is one of these special breeds, a consummate technocrat known for his intelligence, versatility, broad knowledge, brilliant leadership qualities, remarkable interpersonal skill, brilliant communication style and wealth of experience in public administration. A veterinary doctor by qualification, he acquired his degrees from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria and University of Liverpool, England where he obtained his first and second degree respectively.
Mr. Michael Koenig
Mr. Koenig is currently the Assistant Dean for the MBA Program at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business. He is also a consultant World Bank Staff member working on projects in Africa introducing and assessing technologies and digital content into the Secondary School Systems.
Engr. Adetokunbo Obayan
He graduated from University of Ife in 1983 with a first degree in Chemical Engineering. He also has a Post Graduate Diploma from the University of Ibadan in Food Technology. Although an engineer, Engineer Obayan is very versatile with knowledge and interest in broad range of subjects. He is particularly devoted to the fields of organizational and social development as well as leadership training and development. Engineer Obayan served as facilitator for the African Centre for Educational Management and Development (ACEMDEV) in areas of project management, general management and decision making processes for over ten years. He also served as Training Consultant/Facilitator at TEARFUND United Kingdom on cultural adaptation for some years.