Michael Enejison is a sustainability advocate and design and culture practitioner. He works at the intersection of art, science and design to influence sustainability and culture. Michael has organized interdisciplinary events and projects including hosting an art exhibition to mark the 2016 World Environment Day and being a finalist of the 2017 Nigeria Energy Forum business innovation competition.
Michael has a bachelor of technology degree in Geology from the Federal University of Technology (2010) Minna, Nigeria.
Funmi Akindejoye is a passionate Environmentalist, with development experience in Environmental advocacy, Sustainability and Public health. Funmi is the founder of GreenDiamond 360, a social enterprise that promotes Eco-consciousness through arts and culture. She is prolific columnist for the Sustainability watch Nigeria Magazine. Also she has successfully investigated and scripted the annual Sustainability reports of multilaterals in Nigeria. Funmi has a Masters in Public Health degree in Environmental health sciences, from the University of Ibadan and Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Technology from the University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
Ope Onadipe is a development professional with a specialisation in global governance. He has worked and volunteered with various NGO's and government institutions that focus on cross boundary challenges across Europe, North America and Africa. Ope organised events, participated in seminars/conferences while working as a Research Fellow at the Centre of International Governance Innovation in Waterloo, Canada and contributing to policy/research papers at the Sustainable Institute in Colombia University, New York, USA. His current project is building a network/Think tank of academia, policy makers and civil society across Africa who would engage in constant discussions/debates on various policy issues affecting the continent.
Idowu Ajibade is an Assistant Professor of Geography and a Faculty Fellow of the Institute for Sustainable Solutions at Portland State University (PSU).
She is an interdisciplinary scholar with a keen interest in human-environment relations and a focus on urban sustainability, climate change adaptation, resilience panning and societal transformation.
She holds a Ph.D.in Geography and Environmental Sustaianbility from Western University Canada, an M.A. in international Law and Human Right from the University of Peace, Costa Rica and a B.A. in Philosophy form Obafemi Awolowo University in Nigeria.
Idowu has experiences in development and academia. Prior to joining PSU, she worked as a researcher on Coastal Cities at Risk (Canada); a development consultant for Leaonard Cheshir International, West Africa Office and a Program Associate for Freedom House Human Rights Reporting Project.
Benedict is a business developer with experience in the Allied power industry. He has worked in several capacities in Building Planning, Sales management. Team Building and Product Development. Benedict holds a degree In Mechanical Engineering from the Federal university of technology Minn and is pursuing a Master of Business administration degree at the University of the People, USA.