Noelle UlokoAdministrative and Business Development Manager
- Business transformation
- Human Resources
- Financial Analysis
- Growth strategy
- Strategic Planning
- MBA, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Kaduna, Nigeria
- BSc., University of Jos, Nigeria
With nearly 8 years of experience in expert recruitment, management, business planning, financial analysis, operations, and decision analysis, Noelle has the breadth and depth of experience needed to quickly understand clients’ businesses and craft the most suitable solutions.
Cloneshouse Nigeria thrives to provide cost effective services to government institutions. The value for money is evident in our client’s testimonies.
Since 2016, she held a management position responsible for developing development cooperation policies, operations, administration, and management of staff resources and training. She was responsible for international liason on Cloneshouse Nigeria’s German Development Cooperation (GIZ), European Union and United States Agency for International Development (USAID) projects at the design and tendering stage.
Noelle has worked on reviews and feasibility studies on public enterprises; financial technology; micro, small, and medium enterprises; polio interventions, basic education in a number of countries in Africa, including projects of the Department for International Development (DFID); Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA);, European Union (EU);, and the German Development Cooperation (GIZ).
She is a seasoned human capacity development enthusiast, leading the various training programs at Cloneshouse Nigeria. Over the years, she has focused on helping diverse organizations equip their A-Teams to deliver cutting edge solutions that tally with their goals. She recently facilitated the planning and execution of a Pan-African professional training for development specialists attending from within and outside Nigeria.
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