Our board makes it possible for Connected Development to innovate and challenge the status quo. With their unflinching support and advice, CODE has been able to create positive impacts in disadvantaged communities, drive excellent campaigns, and build tools that are creating opportunities for feedback between citizens and the government.
Has 10 years of experience working in the non-profit and social sector. He is presently the Lead Development Consultant with Cloneshouse Nigeria, a Stanford University Center for Democracy, Development and Rule of Law Fellow, and prior to that was a USAID/ICCM Fellow,and a School of Data Fellow . Presently he accelerates the team at CODE to help them deliver on organization and personal goals. Prior to his present work, he was the Country Director for the World Wildlife Fund Earth Hour Project in Nigeria. He is presently working on creating Monitoring and Evaluation System for government and non-government organizations in Africa, and prior to that has consulted for the United Nations, World Health Organization, Japan International Corporation Agency (JICA)
- Monitoring and Evaluation 78%
- Not for Profit 80%
- Sustainable Environment 89%
Playing an excellent advisory role on the Board of CODE, she has over 10 years experience working in the public and non-profit sector. Presently, she is a Humanitarian Affairs Officer with Doctors Without Borders, with 4 years experience working with the humanitarian organization.She has great skills in Human Right and International Relations.
- Public & Non Profit 85%
- Human Right 70%
- International Relation 78%
Has over 10 years working experience in Non-Profit and Social work sector, He is currently an Academic staff with the Department of Sociology, College of Management Sciences, Kwararafa University, Wukari, Taraba State in Northeast Nigeria.
He holds a Baccalaureate in Social Work, Masters in Developmental Sociology, Certificate in Leadership and Strategic Development as well as a Certificate in Critical Thinking and Anti-sexism, He is a consultant in strategic Development Planning and Repositioning and has flare in Literary works (Poetry).
He has worked with the Women’s Right Advancement and Protection Alternative (WRAPA) and Prisoners Rehabilitation and Welfare Action (PRAWA)
- Not for Profit 76%
- Woman Right Advancement 72%
- Sociology 69%
Has 4 years experience in the non – profit sector. He is presently a Co-Lecturer at the Geographic Information Science Department of the University of Heidelberg. He was a Team Co-ordinator with the Standby Task Force and has worked at the Center for Disaster Risk Management and Risk Reduction Technology and GIZ
- Disaster Risk Management 89%
- Public & Non Profit 85%
- Geographical Information 78%