Olateju AkinolaProject Assistant, BusPrep
- Business transformation
- Fleet and Logistics Management
- Project Management
- Growth strategy
- Volunteer Management
- BSc, Ogun State University, Nigeria
With four years of experience in administration, management, business planning, contract management, logistics support, operations, and decision analysis, Olateju has the breadth and depth of experience needed to manage a project from initiation to implementation. At Cloneshouse Nigeria, she supports the framework of implementing BusPrep.
Cloneshouse Nigeria started BusPrep in order to provide support to NGOs and social enterprises in the area of organizational development and project management.
Before joining Cloneshouse Nigeria in late 2019, Olateju held various administration support positions in Abuja at the Center for Integrated Health Programs (CIHP), most recently as the Administrative and Executive Assistant, focusing on office operations, executive management and administration.
At Cloneshouse Nigeria, she provides support to the coordination of delivering knowledge and project management tools for NGOs and social entrepreneurs. She has a Certificate in Project Management for Development Professionals and Certificate in Advanced Office Management and Administrative Skills.
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