Tochukwu is a performance-focused economist and public policy expert with a strong track record of success and 18 years senior management experience spanning the academia, banking, international development, management consulting, not-for-profits and the public sector.


Ms Akusu is the Chief Operating Officer at Preston Consults Limited. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics (First Class Honours) from the University of Ibadan in Nigeria, and a Master’s degree in Finance and Business Economics from Manchester Business School in the United Kingdom. She has also passed top professional exams of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Institute and of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN), where she won awards for her performance in the examinations.


Dennis is an economist with a PhD in Economics, an executive MBA Marketing, M.Sc. Economics (Money & Finance), B.Sc. Economics from the University of Pretoria, Nigeria and Jos respectively. He is a researcher on macroeconomic development and growth and has published some articles in refereed journals. He is also an accredited management trainer by the Nigerian Council for Management Development.

Nancy is a former Technical Adviser to the Minister of State for Power, Rivers State Government and recently to NEITI on Planning, Partnerships and Engagement. She has extensive public sector reform experience from working with various government institutions at both federal and state levels, as well as international agencies. Ms. Onoh has built wide-ranging experience in initiating, designing, implementing and managing projects which result in improved performance of public service institutions.

Christian has a proven track record of delivering development results through advocacy and influence, and through delivery of programmes and projects with exceptional experience in monitoring and evaluation, and with a strong focus on evidence-based approaches. He has expertise in community and governance programmes and projects where he has led in the development and establishment of systematic procedures for monitoring and evaluation.

Maxwell is a former Technical Adviser to the Director General of the Budget Office of the Federation and consults for the DFID-funded FEPAR programme on public financial management. Prior to this, he was a research fellow at the Centre for the Study of Economies of Africa, and was research economist at the Financial Derivatives Company Limited, Bank PHB Plc, and the Trade Policy Research & Training Programme in Ibadan, Nigeria.

Diana has over 16 years’ experience in evidence-based planning, monitoring and evaluation, data management, project and program implementation and organizational development. She is a certified project management professional, with extensive experience in gender, entrepreneurship and evidence-based planning. Diana’s goal is to use her dynamic planning and management skills to achieve program and project management objectives.

Her experience includes research, learning assessment, social impact assessment, human-centered design, project implementation, community mobilization, planning, management, monitoring and evaluation, social development, governance, entrepreneurship, stakeholder and gender analysis and capacity building.

Iredele is a dynamic and result-oriented Economist with multiple expertise in various aspects of economics – agricultural and energy economics. He is an accomplished banker who had stints with Oceanic Bank International Plc, Ecobank Nigeria Limited and Stanbic IBTC Nigeria Plc.

Over a period of ten years, he worked in several banking departments such as cash management, customer service, business banking, local corporates / corporate banking, credit and marketing.

Obinna is currently a Certified Knowledge Manager (CKM) and expert in Communications for Development.

In the course of work, he has deployed laudable knowledge management and communications frameworks, strategies and activities to support non-profit social development programmes across Nigeria’s northern states of Yobe, Adamawa, Jigawa, Borno, Kano, Kaduna, Zamfara, Katsina and Kogi- supported by donors like the European Union, UK’s Department for International Development, UNICEF and the United State’s Agency for International Development.

Obinna has acquired strong expertise in working with State Ministries, Departments and Agencies, Local Governments, Communities, Civil Societies, and diverse opinion leaders in rural and urban communities.

Nwakego’s focus is on entrepreneurship and economic development. She works with entrepreneurs across Africa to develop bankable projects.

Her past experience includes economic research work with multinational organizations like Johnson and Johnson, Bristol Myers Squibb and consulting work for Mobile Telecoms Networks (MTN) amongst others.

Ibrahim is an experienced, self-motivated, results-driven, human resource professional with in-depth technical experience in human resources management, administration, corporate communication, information flow and data base management solutions. He has provided technical support aimed at achieving multi-year human resources management reforms within complex, diversified and/or decentralized organizations such as ECOWAS.


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