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Governance

The ASPN is led by passionate, committed, and renowned professionals with many years of experience practicing, advocating, teaching and mentoring on sustainability-related issues within Nigeria and internationally.

Board of Trustees

President

Kenneth Amaeshi

Kenneth is a Professor of Business and Sustainable Development, and the Director of Scaling Business in Africa Consortium at the University of Edinburgh Business School, United Kingdom.

Following a career in management consultancy, he held positions at the Cranfield School of Management and the University of Warwick (Warwick Business School and Warwick Manufacturing Group, respectively). He was a Chevening Scholar, a Scholar of the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility, University of Nottingham, and a Visiting Scholar at Said Business School, University of Oxford (where he is currently an External Examiner).

Kenneth’s research interest currently focuses on sector-level policies for sustainability, sustainability strategy in organisations, financing sustainability, and scaling business. He has an expert level knowledge of developing and emerging economies. He has an extensive network in Africa. He was recently a Scholar in Residence at the National Pension Commission, Nigeria, and is currently a Visiting Professor of Strategy and Governance at the Lagos Business School, Nigeria, and an Extraordinary Professor of Business in Africa at the Graduate School of Business, University of Cape Town, South Africa. Besides teaching and researching, Kenneth works closely with businesses and governments in Africa, Europe, and Asia. He leads executive capacity building engagements and consultancy projects in the broad areas of sustainable finance, sustainability strategy, leadership, ethics, and governance.

Vice-President

Ini Abimbola

Ini is the Founder and former Lead Consultant/CEO of ThistlePraxis Consulting Limited (TPC), a management  consulting, sustainability, strategy, and business advisory firm she founded in 2010.

She is a Lecturer/Member of Faculty, MBA Program on International Corporate Social Responsibility Management at  the Ferdinand Porsche FernFH – University of Applied Sciences, Austria, and the Country & Regional Lead (Sub Saharan Africa) for The CSR Company, a global CSR Network of  organisations spanning four continents – South East Asia, Europe, the Middle East & Africa.  

Before setting up ThistlePraxis Consulting, Ini served as Executive Director of Women in Management &  Business (WIMBIZ) as the Executive Secretary. She also served as the pioneer Executive Director, Defence for Children International – Nigeria Section, under the Women, Gender and Development Directorate of the African Union, as well as the African Centre for Gender & Development within the UN Economic Commission, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. A 2008 Draper Hills Fellow on Democracy, Development & Rule of Law at Stanford University California and  an alumnus of the Harvard Business School Executive Education Program, who has published 3 books and delivered more than  120 presentations in over 15 countries in the last ten years on Sustainability & CSR, Corporate  Governance, Change Management, and Enterprise Development.

Director, Advocacy and Stakeholder Relations

Ismail Omamegbe

Ismail is the Head of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability/Media and External Relations at First Bank of Nigeria Ltd.

He led the FirstBank team, in partnership with the Lagos Business School, over a three-year period, to successfully deepen the Centre at Lagos Business School to a more encompassing FirstBank Sustainability Centre resulting in global recognition of the Centre, now a case study for global best practice in terms of ‘Partnerships with Business Schools to Advance Sustainability (Ideas that Inspire Action)’ championed by the Principles for Management Education (PRME) and the United Nations Global Compact LEAD.

Ismail was also the pioneer Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Internal Communications, Etisalat Nigeria (now 9Mobile), It is to his credit that Etisalat Nigeria established a thought-leadership position in CSR within two years of setting up the  Etisalat CSR Centre in partnership with Lagos Business School of the Pan-Atlantic University, which secured several awards for the brand, including being voted the best amongst all Etisalat subsidiaries in the world. 

He is the winner of the 2002 Association of Nigeria Authors (ANA) Cadbury Prize for Poetry with his book The Labyrinth of Hope. His second collection, The Colours of Season, was recognised as one of top eleven poetry books in 2005 by the Nigerian Prize for Literature sponsored by Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG).  Ismail has also won the Outstanding Corporate Social Responsibility Practitioner by SERAS in 2012 and 2019).

Director, Learning and Development

Eunice Sampson

Eunice Sampson is General Manager/Head, Sustainability, Dangote Cement Plc. Before joining Dangote in 2018, she pioneered/headed Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility at Zenith Bank Plc, where she put in over 15 years supporting the brand to build a culture of proactive environmental and social risk management while championing GRI Sustainability Reporting. She has received several recognitions for her outstanding contributions to the development of CSR and Sustainability practice in Nigeria, including a 2018 SERAs Award.

Eunice is a co-founder, Association of Sustainability Professionals of Nigeria (ASPN); a Certified Management Consultant; Fellow, Institute of Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability (UK); Fellow and Member of Council, Institute of Credit Administration of Nigeria; Fellow, Institute of Management Consultants; Member, Nigeria Institute of Management; Member, Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria; and Member, Board of Trustees, Growing Businesses Foundation. She holds a Master’s Degree in International Relations and is currently a PhD scholar and researcher in Sustainable Development. Eunice Sampson is a published author and columnist.

Legal Director

Mories Atoki

Mories Atoki is the Chief Executive Officer for the African Business Coalition for Health (ABCHealth), a social equity organization focused on mobilizing private sector resources to improve health outcomes across Africa.

She is a skilled business strategist and an expert in organizational strategy who currently sits on the Boards of Partners for Review (P4R) A UN supported initiative for Sustainable Development reporting and, on the Board of Association of Sustainability Professionals in Nigeria (ASPN). With degrees in Law and Business Administration, Mories has led initiatives associated with project management in various institutions including PricewaterhouseCoopers and Ernst&Young. She is a fellowship member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN), a member of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), American Society of International Lawyers (ASIL) as well as Informal Sustainability Groups. Mories is also an alumnus of Harvard Business School (HBS) as well as London School of Business & Finance (LSBF).

Director, Marketing and Organisational Communications

Omobolanle Victor-Laniyan

Omobolanle has over 20 years’ experience in the field of sustainability and communications spanning various industries including manufacturing, media, and the financial sector.  She applies her expertise to handling sustainability related matters, monitoring emerging trends, communicating and educating others on the importance of sustainability.

She has pioneered many notable sustainability focused initiatives, placing Nigeria and the financial sector on the global map. These initiatives include initiating and leading the development of the Nigerian Sustainable Banking Principles (NSBP), and being the only West African on a global team that recently developed the Global Principles for Responsible Banking.  In 2020, as Head of Sustainability at Access Bank, Omobolanle led the Bank to become the first Sustainability-Certified Commercial Bank in Africa under the Sustainability Standards Certification Initiative (SSCI) championed by the European Organization for Sustainable Development.

A multiple award winner, Omobolanle has received several professional awards including the 2020 Award for Outstanding Female Sustainability Professional of the Year by WIMCA, 2020 Top 50 Women in Marketing & Communications, the 2019 Shenomics Award, the prestigious CEO Employee of the Year 2018 award at Access Bank Plc, and the Most Outstanding Sustainability Practitioner in Africa Award (2017 and 2018) by the Sustainability, Enterprise and Responsibility Awards (SERAs).

Omobolanle has continuously provided support in establishing partnerships with local and international organizations/networks to fund high impact projects. These projects are aimed at accelerating the impact of interventions focused on achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. These projects have reached millions of people and helped them to lead healthy, productive, and sustainable lives.

Her career journey and growth trajectory emanates from her passion for making positive impact while working. This is very important to her and is the reason why she serves on the boards of various not-for-profit organizations.  She enjoys lending her skills, talent and resources to initiatives that contribute to sustainable development.  Organizations such as Corporate Alliance on Malaria in Africa, United Nations Global Compact Local Network Nigeria, the OVL Foundation, and Private Sector Health Alliance of Nigeria, are just a few examples of the organisations that Omobolanle serves on their Boards.

Omobolanle is also an executive member of the Access Women Network (AWN), and an advocate for youth and women empowerment. She is extremely passionate in this regard, lending a hand and pioneering initiatives that support women in a bid to accelerate gender-related goals and objectives. She mentors a wide range of young female and is the Chair of Women in Development and Sustainability, a not-for-profit organisation which primarily utilizes mentorship and customized education to support the development of women whilst maximizing their potentials.

Omobolanle holds a B.Sc in Mass Communications and M.Sc in Sociology, both from the University of Lagos, Nigeria. She also holds a Chartered Banker MBA from Prifysgol Bangor University, UK. She is currently undergoing a PGD in Digital Business from MIT Sloan and Columbia Business School.

Additionally, she has received management and leadership trainings at leading institutions such as Wharton Business School, London Business School, and University of Edinburgh. 

Omobolanle is a Fellow of the Institute of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability, UK (ICRS), Fellow of the National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria (NIMN), Member of the International Society of Sustainability Professionals (ISSP), International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), Chartered Institute of Bankers, Scotland (CIOBS), Associate of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR), and Chartered Institute of Bankers, Nigeria (CIBN).

Director, Programmes and Events

Ken Egbas

Dr Ken Egbas is a recognised thought leader with over 16 years  in Marketing Communications, Public relations and sustainability. He is the founder of WhiteHousePR (Formerly TruContact), and TruCSR Nigeria, A CSR and Sustainability focused consultancy.

He is also the founder of The SERAS CSR Awards Africa, a prime recognition in Africa for recognising the impacts of organisations through their CSR and sustainability interventions, which has become a key driver for CSR and sustainability in Africa. The Awards entered its 14 cycle in 2020. 

Ken Egbas has served as the former Special Adviser, on Strategic Planning by the government of Cross River State, Nigeria, under the leadership of Senator Liyel Imoke, who was then the governor of Cross River State. He has also served as a Speaker at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), where he was invited to showcase best practices from the CSR/Sustainability space in Africa to global political and industry leaders. Ken Egbas was also a presiding judge at the UNGA SDG Pioneers Awards organised by Journalists and Writers Foundation (JWF), featuring participation from 110 countries from around the world. He is publisher of The Social Enterprise Report (TSER), and The Good Magazine (TGM), both dedicated to highlighting and promoting CSR and Sustainability in Nigeria.

Director, Strategy and Membership

Bekeme Masade-Olowola

Bekeme Masade-Olowola is the Chief Executive of CSR-in-Action, a leading advisory, advocacy and training enterprise, dedicated to driving corporate social responsibility, women and youth empowerment, and sustainable development in Nigeria. She is also a Board Member of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the world’s leading sustainability impact measurement and reporting standards body.

Under Masade-Olowola, CSR-in-Action produced the pioneer sustainability investor report in Nigeria, the Corporate Sustainable Investor Report (CSIR), endorsed by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), and supported by United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), in March 2012; a first of its kind compendium.

Bekeme also helped establish the Business Coalition for Sustainable Development Nigeria (BCSDN), an initiative affiliated with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD).

She is the producer of The Good Citizen Show, and  the convener of the annual Sustainability in the Extractive Industries (SITEI) Conference, the largest development-focused gathering for extractives now in its eighth year. She and her team developed the proprietary tool for extractive host community inclusion and engagement, the Community Engagement Standards (CES), approved by the government authorities. She is an alumnus of Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Queen Mary University of London and the prestigious University of Lagos.

Director, Sustainability and Administration

Ibrahim Salau

Ibrahim Salau the Managing Director of Environmental Accord Limited, a leading provider of specialised environmental and sustainability risk management advisory services in Africa.
He is an accomplished environmental and social management expert who has  coordinated several hundreds of environmental and social management projects across Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Liberia and Ghana.

Ibrahim is a member of several professional organizations including the prestigious International Association of Impact Assessment (IAIA), the Association for Environmental Impact Assessment of Nigeria (AEIAN), the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), the Air & Waste Management Association (AWMA) and the International Society for Sustainability Practitioners (ISSP). He has accumulated field experience of over twenty-five (25) years and presented several papers at workshops and seminars in Nigeria, South Africa and the United States of America.

Management

The Association is supported by a team of dynamic professionals who are responsible for the smooth operations of the secretariat based in Lagos, Nigeria.

ASPN Directorates

Mandate:

The Advocacy & Stakeholder Relations Directorate is committed to developing and implementing stakeholder advocacy initiatives and programmes to create public awareness on sustainability issues. The directorate will mobilize resources to engage the private sector, civil societies, NGOs, public sector, academia, media, international organisations/associations and individuals to drive sustainability integration across all sectors and industries in Nigeria. It will collaborate with other directorates to ensure a synergic and purpose driven relationship that would enhance the delivery of the association’s goals.

Objectives:

The Advocacy & Stakeholder Relations Directorate will be responsible for the following:

➔ Provide strategic leadership in stakeholder management

➔ Drive advocacy and thought-leadership initiatives and activities to generate visibility and

➔ relevance for the ASPN network.

➔ Develop a stakeholder framework for effective engagement

➔ Conduct and disseminate practice driven research

➔ Educate and engage

 

Strategic Leadership

The directorate will be responsible for providing strategic leadership in the area of stakeholder:

  • advocacy and engagement through the following:
  • Development of a stakeholder engagement strategy with actionable plans
  • Provide regular updates on sustainability trends and issues to stakeholders
  • Provide thought leadership on sustainability issues in engagement with stakeholders

 

Stakeholder Framework

The directorate will develop a stakeholder framework incorporating the following:

  • Identify and categorise the different stakeholder groups to ascertain relevance
  • Sustainability readiness and maturity of the different stakeholder groups identified
  • Specific engagement approach for the different stakeholder groups
  • Actionable/work plan for engagement

 

Research

The directorate will:

  • Conduct and disseminate action and impact driven research
  • Source for research funding/grants from funders and donor agencies
  • Ensure effective collaboration with the academia and industry on impact driven research

 

Educate and Engage

The directorate will:

  • Work with stakeholders to organize public and private lectures, seminars, webinars, business
  • engagement programmes and other related activities for the enhancement of sustainability
  • knowledge and practice
  • Gauge stakeholders to understand their challenges and issues
  • Provide workable solutions to identified stakeholders’ challenges
  • Produce reports on sustainability issues

 

Members

  • Chinwe Okpala – Head, Corporate Affairs, Communications and Sustainable Development at CAP PLC.
  • Olayemi Olusoga – Team Lead, Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability at FBNQuest Merchant Bank
  • Godson Ikiebey – Sustainable Development Advisor and a Founding Research Fellow of the Knowledge Economy Group

Mandate:

This Finance Committee Terms of Reference (“the TOR”) defines the purpose, authority, scope and responsibility of the Committee. Also, the TOR is to assist the BOT in fulfilling its fiduciary obligations. The Finance Committee is appointed to assist the BOT in aspects of financial planning and management, risk management and control, and audit.

Objectives:

  1. To perform an advisory role on the ASPN’s financial operations.
  2. To review and make recommendations to the Board on the following: –
    1. Financial Management Policies and Strategies
    2. Cost Management Programme
    3. Cash Flow Management
    4. Capital Investment Programme
    5. Budget Administration
    6. Financial Plans
  3. To make recommendations to the Board on matters of finance and accounting including; Forecasting, resource mobilization, and financial risk management;
  4. The setting, approving, and monitoring budgets of the various Directorates/Committees of the ASPN; Preparing, reviewing, analyzing or evaluating financial statements;
  5. Oversight regarding financial audits and investigations of financial expenses, internal controls, or other oversight duties;
  6. General principles of law, regulatory/compliance matters, ethics; and
  7. Ensure the Principles of Value for Money – efficiency, effectiveness, and economy.
  8. To identify and bring to the attention of the authority any perceived weaknesses in the accounting and finance system, with suitable recommendations for addressing such deficiencies.
  9. Perform such other functions as assigned by the BOT.

 

Members

  • Akinkunle Akiode – Principal Partner, A.A.AKIODE & CO. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS
  • Kolawole Olatunji – Assurance and Financial Advisory Services Manager at Ernest & Young Nigeria

Mandate:

The ASPN Learning and Development Committee will act as the organ through which the Association delivers its strategic goal of developing the skills and capacity of members and delivering curriculum-based professional certification training and knowledge sharing for Sustainability Practitioners in Nigeria.

Objectives:

  1. Develop a robust framework for evaluating and documenting the capacity building needs of Sustainability practitioners across different levels and areas of practice.
  2. Develop a framework for delivering curriculum-based professional certification trainings for Sustainability Practitioners.
  3. Develop a framework for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for registered practitioners and the methods for tracking, monitoring and fostering the requisite skills, knowledge and experience for advancing in the Sustainability profession.
  4. Support the development of standards for sustainability practice and professionalism in Nigeria.
  5. Develop a pool of online learning resources for sustainability professionals and aspiring practitioners using ASPN official website and other virtual applications as required.
  6. Engage sustainability practitioners and subject matter experts across different industries and sectors to identify competency gaps and develop customized trainings for addressing them.
  7. Understudy and benchmark the capacity building initiatives of similar Associations and body of professionals to ensure that ASPN’s learning framework and curriculum is consistently up-to-date and meets global industry standards.
  8. Organize fit-for-purpose periodic sustainability in-class trainings, workshops, seminars and webinars for ASPN members and external stakeholders, including civil society groups, public policy makers, captains of industries, etc.
  9. Identify and leverage local and global partnerships that offer opportunities for competences building, upscaling and knowledge sharing for ASPN members.

 

Members

  • Brandie Stevie-Igbe – Head, Sustainability, Microfinance Limited
  • Eustace Onuegbu – President and Lead Consultant at the International Network for Corporate Social Responsibility (IN-CSR)
  • Temitayo Ade-Peters – Chief Executive Officer WeforGood International

Mandate:

The Legal Committee of the Association of Sustainability Professionals, Nigeria, has been constituted to act as the legal resource for the Association and to serve as a consultative organ on regulations, laws, and other legal matters regarding the activities of the Association, its Board of Trustees and the Executive Council.

Objectives:

  • To provide guidance on legal implications of ASPN activities in line with the provisions of relevant legislation, the constitution of ASPN
  • To advise the Board of Trustees on matters relating to the interpretation and amendment of the ASPN Constitution, the legal status of ASPN and its relationship with regulatory agencies in Nigeria
  • To study, discuss and make recommendations on legal matters affecting the activities of ASPN with a view to facilitating and supporting the participation of ASPN Membership, preparing legal instruments involving ASPN and submit reports and recommendations thereon to the Board of Trustees.

 

Members

  • Abiola Laseinde – FCIS Member, Governing Council and past Chairman of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators of Nigeria (ICSAN)
  • Adetara Agbakoba (Esq) – Regulatory Compliance and Advisory Manager at PWC (Lagos, Nigeria)
  • Tobechukwu Uba – Former, Internal Services Director at Vetiva Capital Management Limited.
Mandate:

The Marketing and Organisational Communications Committee is an operating committee of ASPN under the authority of the Board of Directors. As such, the Committee provides technical expertise and guidance in the development and delivery of effective Marketing and Communications plans for ASPN in support of the organization’s goals and objectives and to oversee successful ASPN events.
 
Objectives:

  1. Increase revenues through sponsorship, event marketing, and merchandise sales
  2. Position ASPN as a leading brand in Nigeria
  3. Create stronger cross marketing opportunities with similar associations
  4. Support the development of programs in line with ASPN’s core values which will help grow membership
  5. Generate positive profiles for sustainability professionals and for sustainability as a profession
  6. Ensure ASPN has effective communications strategies and tools to achieve its goals.
  7. Ensure that ASPN events are successful and well managed.


Members:

  • Abosede George-Ogan – Director Strategy, Funding and Stakeholder Management at the Lagos State Entrepreneurship Trust Fund (LSETF) and the Co-Founder of ElectHer
  • Isaiah Owolabi – Project Director and Co-Founder Hacey’s Health Initiative
  • Cima Sholotan – Associate Director, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) at IHS Nigeria Limited

Mandate:

To organize far reaching events and programs that enriches all participants in the areas of knowledge, user experience,improved/increased network, and reference point for events hosted for professionals or by a professional body, and constantly delivering on excellence, creativity, innovation, and content.

Objectives:

  1. Planning ASPN activities that require an interface phase with any particular audience, stakeholder groups or the general public as the case may be.
  2. Organizing internal and external functions on behalf of ASPN i.e. trainings, launches, annual general meetings, inductions, public presentations, webinar, seminars, speaking engagements etc., taking into consideration – locations, logistics, catering, venue spaces, theme, and audience management.
  3. Maintain a database of key stakeholders, relevant policy and political leaders, as well as industry leaders in a manner that ensures every event or program remains a form of advocacy.
  4. Formulating and advising on events/programs budget to the Finance and Budgeting Directorate as well as to ASPN executives.

 
Through its outlined series of activities, the directorate shall utilize its role and functions to drive or enable ASPN to actualize the following in partnerships with other relevant directorates:

  • Creation of public awareness of ASPN corporate brand and its activities.
  • Help to grow ASPN brand equity.
  • Help to bolster and manage ASPN’s image and reputation through the various events and programs.
  • Help utilize opportunities created to build a strong network and grow the ASPN network and reach
  • Enable viable touchpoints or positive user experience for the public that may interact with ASPN through its events and programs.
  • Help to grow reach and buy-in of critical stakeholders into the activities and relevance of ASPN.

 

Members

  • Oguntokun Temitope – Legal and Corporate Affairs Director at International Breweries PLC
  • Bisola Adebimpe Sarumi – Corporate Social Responsibility Manager at Flour Mills Nigeria PLC
  • Uche Daniel Ogbonna – Senior Manager and Team Lead at Ikeja Electric PLC

Mandate:

The Committee shall advise the Board on the development and implementation of ASPN’s overall strategy and membership policies to provide sustainable value to the different categories of members. The Committee shall also guide the processes for membership adoption, retention and cessation, and advise the Board on sustainable trends around membership aspects within similar global associations to the development of ASPN.

Objectives:

The Committee shall carry out the duties below for the Association, as appropriate:

  • Develop strategy relating to the Association
  • Consider and make recommendations to the Board concerning the membership strategy to be adopted by the Association, including but not limited to categories offered by the Association
  • Review the performance of the Association in meeting strategic objectives
  • Review the Association’s business environment and make recommendations to the Board arising from developments therein
  • Review the Association’s Membership criteria and categories every three years
  • Consider and make recommendations to the Board concerning new strategic initiatives and alliances
  • Consider new strategic initiatives and alliances recommended by the Advocacy and Stakeholder Relations Directorate, and make contributions into such strategic opportunities where it considers necessary, between Board meetings, provided the actions proposed are in accordance with the Association’s objectives.


Members

  • Deji Haastrup – Former GM, Public Affairs, Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL)
  • Joseph Owolabi – CEO Rubicola and Board Chairman of Australian Sickle Cell Advocacy
  • Kemi Sokenu-Morris – Chief Executive Officer at Oladiran Olusegun Adebutu Foundation and former Senior Special Assistant (on Projects) to the Ogun State Government

Mandate:

To ensure all sustainability and administrative aspects of the Association are aligned with its vision, mission and strategic plan, and to develop and/or initiate administrative and sustainable development programs that will be beneficial to its members, employees, stakeholders and the society.

The core objective of the Directorate is to oversee, on behalf of the Board of Trustee (BOT) the sustainability and administrative management of the association, support the executive committee of the directorate, coordinate the effectiveness of management and controls designed to manage risks associated with health, safety, environment, socioeconomic development (together “sustainable development”); and to monitor compliance with these responsibilities and commitments.

Objectives:

  • Oversee the long term administrative plans and recommend sustainability initiatives to the Board of Trustees, aligned with the prioritized strategies set by the Board.
  • Oversee the overall implementation of the strategic plan and provide progress reports to the Board of Trustee.
  • Have oversight of sustainable development responsibilities in the following areas: safety, health, environment (including water management), climate change, rights, gender, diversity, and related sustainability issues.
  • To prepare and present to the Board of Trustee a yearly Performance Plan covering all the Association’s activities for approval.
  • To oversee the development and content of the Performance Plan and set priorities for the implementation of key targets.
  • To review the implementation of the Performance Plan and to monitor performance against the objectives and targets.
  • To review qualifications and terms of engagement of External partners and provide recommendations to the Board of Trustee for appointment.
  • To oversee HR planning to ensure that ASPN has the right number of staff and skills capable of delivering on its mandate.
  • To consider and recommend staff establishment, remuneration including bonuses and other incentives, to the Board of Trustee for approval.
  • To review and monitor administrative controls, safeguards and provide any recommendations to the Board of Trustee for corrective/remedial action when required.
  • To make proposals to the Board of Trustee regarding requirements for resources including organizational staffing structures.
  • To consider any other matters where requested to do so by the Board of Trustee.
  • To review qualifications and terms of engagement of External partners and provide recommendations to the Board of Trustee for appointment.
  • To oversee HR planning to ensure that ASPN has the right number of staff and skills capable of delivering on its mandate.
  • To consider and recommend staff establishment, remuneration including bonuses and other incentives, to the Board of Trustee for approval.
  • To review and monitor administrative controls, safeguards and provide any recommendations to the Board of Trustee for corrective/remedial action when required.

 

Members

  • Shekete Ebundola Oladele – Vice President Operations/ ESG Director, Sahel Capital Agribusiness
  • Habiba Ahut Daggash – Consultant at Imperial Consultants, London