- Public Policy
- Organizational Development
- Strategic Planning
- Growth strategy
- MPA, University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria
- BSc, University of Ibadan, Oyo, Nigeria
With over 30 years of experience in public sector management, government sector planning, financial analysis, public policy, operations, and decision analysis, Temitope has the breadth and depth of experience needed to quickly understand government needs and craft the most suitable solutions.
Cloneshouse Nigeria disruptive cooperation with government ministry, department and agencies is quite laudable. This set them apart from other traditional consulting companies.
Before retiring from the civil service in 2017, Temitope was a deputy director at the Federal Ministry of Water Resources facilitating development cooperation with bilateral and multilateral agencies including African Ministers Council on Water (AMCOW), Japan International Corporation Agency (JICA), United Nations Childrens Fund (UNICEF),UN-Habitat, and China’s Department of Foreign Aid of the Ministry of Commerce (Now China International Development Cooperation Agency).
Previously, Temitope held various management positions in the Nigeria government at the Federal Ministry of Education; Head of the Civil Service of the Federation; Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development; and the Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation. At these government ministries, she focused on designing and developing sector wide strategic papers, and providing technical support in program planning. During her career with the Nigerian government, she was a member of several inter ministerial committees which included – Development of the National Strategy for Public Service Reform; Infrastructure and Finance Mechanism Committee of Lagos-Ogun Megacity Authority; National Gender Data Bank; Development of NEEDS II ( National Economic Empowerment Development strategy) and a list of others. Her early days working with the Nigerian government was spent as a Chief Scientific Officer at the Department of Water Supply and Quality Control.