Adebowale Eboda holds an LL.B from Obafemi Awolowo University Ile Ife and an LL.M (Taxation) from Boston University School of Law, Massachusetts. Debo has over 12 years legal experience that cuts across legal practice, telecommunications and oil and gas. He is currently a Legal Advisor at DeltaAfrik Engineering Limited. He has held various leadership positions at all levels of his education and currently holds a number of leadership positions including – Board of Trustee Member, Mentors Assistance for Youths & Entrepreneurs Initiative (MAYEIN); Secretary General, Lagos Chapter of Federal Government College Ilorin Old Student Association; Vice President Membership, DA Toastmasters; to mention but a few. Debo holds a Certificate in the Art and Practice of Leadership Development from the prestigious Harvard Kennedy School. He is happily married and blessed with a son. Debo committed to social change, policy formulation and Nation Building
Engr. Mutiu Balogun (a.k.a. Balo) is currently the Manager of Projects in DeltaAfrik Engineering Ltd with over 23 years post-graduation experience comprising 2 years in lecturing and 20 years in Oil and Gas facilities design, engineering, construction and project management activities for upstream, downstream, pipeline, onshore and offshore production facilities and FPSO projects. He has executed multi-disciplines/multi-million dollar projects in Europe (France), America and more in Nigeria for International (IOC) Companies. In support of company-wide operations, Balo has been involved in leading strategic and leadership initiatives including the development and implementation of corporate values, culture and ethics and national capacity development for young engineers.
In the last eight years, Balo led a large project team of expats and nationals to execute and deliver various oil and gas facilities projects with EPCM scope of work and estimated $2.5Bn in Total Installed Cost. He was responsible for the overall delivery objectives for all the project phases of work including risk management, ensuring delivery assurance, systems development and improvement, local capacity enhancement and resourcing. Balo is committed to building teams, coaching and mentoring and he has successfully developed direct reports and young engineers in achieving excellence and won significant awards.
Balo is a registered member of the Nigerian society of Engineers, COREN, PMI and a certified Project Management Professional. He holds a Master degree (M.Sc.) in Mechanical Engineering and has acquired various trainings across multifunction, including leadership courses at the prestigious Harvard, London and Lagos Business Schools. Balo mentors aspiring leaders and deliver trainings on leadership and project management, thus enhancing human capacity development.
Olarinde Obajuluwa’s present job is making the special talents in DeltaAfrik perform better continuously. He has over 12 years cognate experience in Manpower Development that cut across Management Consulting, through Finance and now in Engineering sectors of the economy.
Olarinde, who has specialty in Training Materials Development, had facilitated over 100 training programs. He started his career over 12 years ago a management consultant with a medium size consulting firm and quickly rose to become a senior in the firm before moving over to start up the Training and Manpower Development Department of two other companies before the present.
Olarinde has attended numerous management and professional courses onshore and offshore.
Henrietta Onwuegbuzie leads sessions in entrepreneurship on the MBA and Executive programmes at Lagos Business School (LBS), and is currently the Academic Director for the Owner-Manager Programme and Project Director for the Impact Investing policy initiative at the Lagos Business School. She has an MSc in Economics and Business Administration from the University of Navarre in Spain and an MBA from Lagos Business School, and a PhD in Management (Entrepreneurship), from Lancaster University, UK.
Prior to joining the LBS faculty, she managed non-profit educational projects for the development of women in different states in Nigeria and subsequently, worked in the banking sector with key responsibilities in corporate banking. Henrietta is a member of the Governing Council of the African Forum in Brussels, and sits on the Board of a number of Nigerian companies. She has extensive consulting experience, spanning projects at the State level to conglomerates and SME's in various industries. On a voluntary basis, she mentors a number of aspiring and established entrepreneurs.
Her areas of interest include strategies for entrepreneurial growth in developing countries, indigenous entrepreneurship, as well as the development of low-cost high impact business models that can be applied to both small and large-scale businesses. Other areas of interest include designing frameworks for generating systematic innovation and writing winning business plans.
Henrietta has spoken a several international conferences on developmental issues. Her conference paper on indigenous entrepreneurship won the award for the best overall conference paper in 2011, at the IAABD conference in Canada. She also won the first prize 2010/2011 Emerald/ALCS African Management Research Fund Award. She has written several case studies in entrepreneurship and Decision-making and won the first prize for the Emerald/AABS case writing competition for 2012. She was recently conferred the 2013 African Women Development Champion Award by the Centre for Economic and Leadership Development.
Prince Olumide Olugbenle is a graduate of Economics from the then University of Ife, now Obafemi Awolowo University and an alumnus of the prestigious Lagos Business School, where he obtained an Executive MBA.
He is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria, an associate of the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria and Nigeria Institute of Management.
He has over 27 years working experience spanning professional practice, business development, training and executive management. He has attended several courses and facilitated training sessions locally and internationally. He leads sessions in transformational leadership at the Institute for National Transformation, where he is also a fellow.
Pastor, Teacher, Public Speaker and Transformational Leader, Olumide Olugbenle pastors The Father’s House, Rehoboth International Christian Centre and currently serves as an Executive Director (Part-Time) at the Institute for National Transformation. He also serves on the board of social, academic and business organisations.
He is married to Princess Mowunmi Olugbenle and the union is blessed with 3 boys – aged 19, 17 and 10.
Olubukola Adesida is a legal practitioner by profession and is the Head of legal in DeltaAfrik. ‘Bukky’ as she is popularly called abhors injustice of any kind, courteous, reserved, affable, soft spoken and unassuming in disposition. Listening to Bukky one gets to appreciate the meaning of grammatical eloquence and erudiction. In her spare time Bukola enjoys reading ficition and non-ficition novels. She is actively in a number of charitable and volunteer organizations.
She is hardworking, disciplined, orderly and organized. Bukky is happily married with two children. ‘Bukky’ as she is fondly called enjoys reading biographies and listening to inspiring to 'good’ music.
A proactive and versatile professional with a wide range of skills gained from a variety of operational environments over the years. A natural self-starter combined with excellent communication skills to produce a focused and diligent approach to meeting and exceeding all operational targets and objectives.
Remi Dairo is the President of Institute of Productivity and Business Innovation Management (IPBIM) a globally focused African institution of productivity and innovation learning. The institution is in partnerships with some of the world’s best institutions around the globe.
Remi’s passion for a productive and innovative nation sparked up different brainstorming and strategy sessions with his team; researching into different dimensions towards solving Africa’s most daunting challenges; productivity and innovation in the contemporary realities, eventually the birth of the School of Productivity in 2007 with thousands of graduates all over the world and later got upgraded to Institute of Productivity and Business Innovation Management (IPBIM) in 2016.
Remi is a globally renowned Productivity Expert and UK Certified Life Coach with focus on personal productivity. He has diploma in Workplace Psychology and certified Neuro Linguistic programming (NLP). He is also the principal consultant of Solvere Word Consult which in the space of 13 years he has completed up to 500 unique projects on coaching and workplace productivity strategies for a number of world class organizations such as; Federal Government of Nigeria’s Amnesty programme, Chevron, Total, WAPCO Lafarge, L.M ERICSON, Acaltel, Covenant University, Guaranty Trust Bank, Access Bank, First Bank of Nigeria, Etisalat, University of Ghana, University of Cambridge Publishing, Microsoft, Nairobi, Kenya amongst others.
Remi’s books “Product-Activity: 12 keys to unleash human performance” and “Workers Companion” with the 4k productivity method have been widely read and applied in the workplace globally. His new book; Improving Organisational Productivity: Defining Philosophy, Product, Process and People that he co-authored with John Heap; President of World Confederation Productivity Science is on high demand on Amazon. Remi developed a Personal Productivity Program (PPP); a software that helps people to find their personal productivity capacity in life, business and career! He has been featured on various international and local media on different ‘Productivity’ programs such as Channels Television, TV Continental Intl, The Punch, The Guardian, The Sun, New Telegraph, The Nation, Thisday, Business Day, Star FM, Nigeria Info, Radio Continental, Metro FM, amongst others. He was a voice from Africa on issues of productivity and innovation at the Nigeria/UK Diaspora Conference in the United Kingdom and World Productivity Congress, Halifax, Canada and he was the only African who spoke at the World Productivity Congress held in Bahrain in 2017 amongst many other conferences within and outside the continent of Africa!
Till date, evancarmichael.com has consistently rated Remi as Africa’s number 1 Productivity Expert among the Top 100 Productivity Experts to follow on Twitter. He is fondly referred to as “Mr Productivity” in different media and at other fora they refer to him as “Apostle of Productivity”. He has over 100 thousand followers on the social media where he weekly furnishes the platform with productivity knowledge and discoveries! He is a co-founder of the Productivity Training Hub; an online e learning platform for becoming a productivity expert and upgrading skills in life, career and business. He advises governments and organisations in Africa on issues of productivity and Innovation. He features as panelist on Who-is-Next-Titan; foremost Start-Up Entrepreneurial show in Nigeria.
Remi is a graduate of the University of Ibadan (Nigeria) and his post graduate program in Education Management from the University of Lagos (Nigeria). He has Strategic Management and Innovation Specialization (Copenhagen Business School, Denmark) and Strategic Leadership and Management (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Chicago) Fellow, He is a member of Association of Productivity Specialist (USA) and International Coaching Federation (USA) and He is a certified SME consultant, USA, Accredited Management Consultant, Canada. FELLOW MEMBER (FIIM) of the Institute of Information Management (IIM), Africa. FELLOW MEMBER (FIPBIM) of the Institute of Productivity and Business Innovation Management (IPBIM).Africa.
He is the chairman Kemi Remi-Dairo Hearing Foundation based a NGO based in Nigeria and the US, He is a board member, Life Coaches Association of Nigeria (LCAN) and Passion House International. He was awarded Global Productivity Researcher by the World Confederation of Productivity Science (At the World Productivity Congress, 2017). He was also award recently amongst few coaching in Nigeria; Master Coach Award in honour of his contribution to the coaching industry in Nigeria 2019.
Debola Deji-Kurunmi has successfully transited corporate consulting into the non-profit development space, combining her passion for social change and advocacy with strong consulting skills in human capital management, organisational development, business strategy and learning development. In the last six years, she has grown expertise in research, HR consulting and non-profit management having worked in Covenant University, Human Capacity Development Consultants and Phillips Consulting as well as serving on the Faculty/ Board of social enterprises including Project STRETCH, Sesewa Support Services, Enterprising Nigeria and Watermark Academy.
Debola holds a BSc in Estate Management from Obafemi Awolowo University, and is a trained Social Entrepreneur of United Nations University and an Alumnus of Social Sector Management from Pan Atlantic University. She is a Certified Recruitment Professional, a Certified Workplace Personality Profile Analyst, a Certified Job Evaluation Analyst and a World Bank Approved Facilitator.
As the Head, Foundation Initiatives in RegCharles Foundation, she provides strategic leadership for the execution of youth and women programmes, NGO consulting and social impact investing efforts.
Gbenga Moses Daniel Ademujimi
Gbenga Moses Daniel Ademujimi, a U.K. Certified Life Coach, a trainer, an author, a farmer, a Counselor, Inspirational speaker, Entrepreneur and a Youth Builder who is MENTORING over 5000 people across the world. Appointed Life Coach for Nigerian Entertainment delegates, London Olympic games 2012 led by Olu Jacobs and Joke Silva. He actually studied Physics with Electronics and Management Information System. Gbenga Ademujimi is the host on Navigator Series on Radio Continental 102:3FM between 8am-10am every Sunday morning. MiTv on Mondays at 9am. Star FM 101.5 on Wednesdays at 8am and Thursdays at 6:30pm respectively. Also on Radio France and Octave FM every Sunday evening at 9pm
A nominee YOUTH AMBASSADOR for WORLD YOUTH COUNCIL, youth arm of United Nations, 2012. As a Scholar of Reigning Kings School of Leadership, Pretoria, South Africa where he lectured for one year, he became a weekly trainer at South Africa National Prosecuting Authority, (NPA) an anti-graft agency...2002 – 2005. General Manager, Infinity Media Group, Pretoria, South Africa. Distribution/Circulation Manager, Montage Magazine, South Africa. Back in Nigeria 2008,he served as Project/marketing manager at Ekklesia Magazine, and also the Special Project/Training department, MediaSell, agent of London Financial Times and EuroNews(Nigeria Office).
He is a Director at Concerned for Public Accountability and Development (COPAD) and also the Personal/Leadership Coach at LUFODO Academy of Performing Arts, Lagos under the leadership of Olu Jacobs and Joke Silva. A Life Coach at Genesis House of Reformation, Gideons Army, God Bless Nigeria under the leadership of Dr. Tony Rapu. He is a life Coach at the School of Leadership and Entrepreneurship, Lead City University, Ibadan and many schools in Lagos, Oyo, Ondo, Bauchi, Abuja, Plateau States. Gbenga is a serving member on advisory/trustee board, Nigeria Police Children Association,(NIPOCA), Tabitha Heritage (children NGO), Blessed Fruit Foundation of Dr. Sola Fosudo.
Presently, he is the national coordinator, Partnership For A New Nigeria conveyed by Evang. Elishama Ideh. Gbenga Ademujimi is the Founding President, KingHill School of Discovery (The Coaching Academy) where about 30,000 Nigerians had been trained, coached and mentored for National transformational leadership, career, business, and entrepreneurship. He is the CEO, MorePrints, a print media company and MoreFoods, a food company.
Gbenga Ademujimi is from Ile-Oluji, Ondo State is very vast when it comes to citizenry information and advocacy who is married to Oluremi, a banker by profession and a counselor/interior designer by calling who is the Managing Partner, MoreSpace Interiors.
Afolabi Davidson has learnt several lessons from the vicissitudes of life. These experiences have taught him invaluable lessons that have given him the drive to find his purpose in life, develop himself to pursue that purpose and sow seeds that help others. He believes strongly in bringing about National Transformation through a worldview that speaks about individual and personal responsibility of every Nigerian.
A Computer Information Systems person by training with further education at Cornell University’s School of Industrial Labor Relations – (Strategic Human Resource Practices) and professional certification in Business Process Management. Afolabi has worked in Fortune 500 companies such as AT&T, IBM, and GE Capital IT Solutions and other smaller organizations in different sectors of the economy. In Nigeria, his experience cuts across not-for-profit as well as for-profit organizations.
He currently serves actively in the following roles:
- Head Nigerian Content – DeltaAfrik Engineering Limited
- Board member – House of Refuge – a Freedom Foundation NGO
- Chairman – Oil & Gas Trainers Association, Lagos Chapter
- Public Relations Officer – District 94 Toastmasters – West Africa
- Chief Responsibility Officer – WEDONSABI Initiative
- Class President, Lagos 013 – Institute for National Transformation
- Resident Pastor – Holy Trinity Lagos.
Boye Oyewumi - Has a B.Sc Business Administration and MBA.
Married with 3 children
Mr. Tunde Elesin has a Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering with over 13 years of experience in the Nigerian Oil & Gas Industry, providing business development leadership and directing different aspects of engineering design and professional practices in the Hydrocarbons sub sector. He has an Executive Certificate in Business Administration from the University of Notre Dame in America. Presently, he works for DeltaAfrik Engineering Limited (A DeltaTek and WorleyParsons Company) as the Vice President Development. He is experienced in turning business prospect into successfully executed projects, with a proven accomplishment of over 100 projects in the last 10 years. Married to Bridget Elesin and blessed with 3 Children.
Jegede Oluwaseun holds a B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Lagos. He describes himself as an incurable optimist and avid believer in the quest for a greater Nigeria. Seun is thrilled by subjects of intellectual and entrepreneurship development.
He is a Carrington fellow of the US Consulate, Lagos, an ambassador of Impact Your World and One young World. He works as business consultant with a leading consulting company.
Yomi Fawehinmi works in Chevron Nigeria Limited. Yomi's expertise is built on a solid academic credentials and vast experience in teaching, research, consulting and practise . Yomi holds a First Class Bachelors and Masters degree in Estate Management from the Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA). He also holds another Masters from the University of London. Yomi was a lecturer at both FUTA and the University of Lagos where he was also a member of the University Senate.
Yomi has also facilitated sessions on corporate responsibility, negotiation and branding for the executive programs and the MBA of the prestigious Lagos business school. Yomi holds both the Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR) and the Human Resources Management Professional (HRMP) certification from the foremost Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM). He is also an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (CIPM). He is a certified Trainer of Supervisors and Leaders. He is also a certified Partnership broker. He has represented his employers on the board of several Non Governmental organizations. He currently works in a multinational in Lagos with a career spanning the public affairs, strategy and learning and Development functions.
Olayanju Olasunkanmi (Sunkanmi) is a quality professional with keen interest in innovation and improvement. Trained as an Applied Chemist, He has facilitated professional trainings in Management. He believes valuing every human being will make Nigeria a better country.
He is a recipient of the prestigious DeltaAfrik CEO’s Award, past President of Club Verve, member of DeltaAfrik Toastmasters Club , member of Impact Your World Think Tank and an Aspiring Entrepreneur.
Seyi Oladeji has worked in the non-profit sector for over 5 years, helping to pioneer various social innovative ideas at the University of Lagos Campus, Nigeria. He is an Impact Ambassador and currently a staff at Impact Your World Leadership Initiative as a Logistics Officer.
He is a volunteer with Generation for Societal Change, a non-governmental, non-profit organization, as the Lagos Zonal Coordinator, reaching directly over 12,000 students, in Secondary and Tertiary Institutions and has given over 200 books on Leadership and Self Discovery since 2012. Seyi is an effective communicator who uses his effect communication skills to inspire young people for social change. He is a regular guest on UNILAG 103.1 FM Education Today Program where he educates the public on values and career education, reaching an audience of well over 500,000 across Lagos.