Jare Adeniji is a fully qualified member, Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and has 25 years’ cognate experience in various capacities in both public and private sectors specifically in banking (Savannah and Diamond Bank), and several organizations in the United Kingdom. These include the Macmillan Cancer Support, the London Fire & Emergency Planning Authority, and at the Network Rails as a Finance Business Partner. He was appointed in 2015 as Business Analyst, the Milton Keynes Council in England.
He holds a B.Sc. in Statistics from the University of Ibadan, and an M.Sc. in Information Systems from Edinburgh University, Scotland.
Franklyn is a graduate of over 26 years. He is a Fellow of the institute of management consultants) FIMC and is currently finalizing his PHD in Business Management from the Stellenbosch University, South Africa.
Franklin has garnered a wealth of experience over the years in insurance and banking where he functioned at various times as Assistant Manager in Cornerstone Insurance Plc, Devcom Bank and also Standard Trust Bank Ltd. He was also General Manager/CEO at Consumer Micro Finance Bank, Abuja.
He started DIL Consulting, a consultancy firm of repute in Abuja, and has had the privilege to consult and train for various micro finance banks, mortgage institutions, SMES, FMCGs and Finance Houses.
He has also consulted for the World Bank and USAID on various projects, and also the DFID, CIDA, SMEDAN, NDE, NAPEP and NIPC. He served as an examiner for Youwin Project (the Federal Government business plan competition for approval of N10m grant for Nigerian Youths), and is currently on the review panel of USAID-NEXTT (USAID Nigeria Expanded Trade and transport)
Franklyn is an avid writer with several articles on strategy and management, to his name.
Mike Egboh is well known in the international development sector as a visionary leader, an activist, pioneer, advocate, educator, and innovator per excellence.
He is a specialist in the healthcare development sector and currently a Principal Associate with Abts Associate Incorporated based in Bethesda, United States of America and the National Programme Manager/Chief of Party of the UKaid (formerlyDfID) biggest funded health project in the world, the State Lead Program, Partnership for Transforming Health Systems, Phase II (PATHS2), with a focus on transforming Nigeria’s Health system through astounds in service delivery and strides in governance.
He is the Country Representative for Pathfinder International in Nigeria and Ghana as well as the Senior Regional Development Associate for Sub Saharan Africa. He was responsible for building Pathfinder International Nigeria from zero funding in 1995 to over $120 million in 2008.
He has spearheaded pioneering programmes in Family Planning, Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health, HIV control, Health System Strengthening in Public/Private private sectors and building capacity of Individuals and organizations in Nigeria and Sub-Sahara Africa. He has outstanding credentials post Harvard Public health training in International Health, Boston, MA.
He supported the institutional development and promoted NGO partners in Nigeria like Association for family and Reproductive Health (AFRH), Action Health International (AHI), Women’s Health and Action Committee (WHARC), Girls Power Initiatives, and has also provided support to similar programs in Ghana, Sudan, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia, Mozambique and South Africa. As a result of his passion for women’s health and rights he was recognized and invited by the American Public Health Association to be the only male Speaker at the 2001 conference in Atlanta on “WHO IS SPEAKING for THE WOMEN”.
He provided strategic leadership in implementing the very well respected Ford Foundation International fellowship (IFP) programmes for persons without systematic access to education. He was awarded (by the International Jury) the highly competitive global award by Organon of Netherlands for the Year 1991.