Ephey MaloNgozi Ifeoma Malo


Nigeria

 

Occupational Information


Occupation: Energy policy

Occupational Position: Campaign Director for Power For All and the founder and CEO of Clean Tech Hub and the Energy Innovation Center, Abuja

Professional History


Malo is the Nigerian Campaign Director for Power For All, a global decentralized renewable campaign organization. She is also the founder and CEO of Clean Tech Hub and the Energy Innovation Center in Abuja. She was the immediate past Senior Policy Adviser on Energy Policies, Regulations and Partnerships to the Honorable Minister of Power in Nigeria and advised on the policy direction for large-scale grid-connected and off-grid power.

She has solid credentials with building, cultivating and driving public private partnerships for project delivery and implementation. She held similar senior advisory portfolios with the Chairman/CEO of the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission. Her prior work experience includes: special assistant to the Minister of Finance in Nigeria; Counsel at Ashoka, Office of West Africa; Deputy head of intellectual property at the firm of George Ikoli and Okagbue; Senior manager at the Negotiation and Conflict Management Group: Associate at the Boston Public Health Commission; Adjunct professor at the University of Massachusetts Boston and a consultant at the Boston-based global biotechnology firm Genzyme Corporation. At Genzyme, Malo successfully developed strategic documents used in expanding the firm’s global market access.

Malo's focus is in global policy and project design and strategy. A qualified attorney, she has built up vast experience in public finance systems; project management; performance monitoring; deal design and in mainstreaming gender and civil society issues.

She sits on several boards in Nigeria.

Qualifications


Graduate degrees in Law, Business and Public Policy from the University of Massachusetts Boston and Harvard University, Dwight Eisenhower Fellow (2015).

Programs


2013 Archbishop Desmond Tutu Leadership Fellow

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