Goriola ErogbogboGoriola Erogbogbo


Nigeria

 

Occupational Information


Occupation: Government administration

Occupational Position: Senior Advisor, Project Monitoring and Evaluation - Lagos Rail Mass Transit System

Projects


Participating in the development of the $1.2 billion Lagos Rail Mass Transit System of which I am a senior advisor.

Professional History


Erogbogbo leads the monitoring of major projects in the Lagos State Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget department, including investments in building the infrastructure of Lagos. These projects are part of a vision to transform Lagos into Africa’s model megacity. The mass transit system investment as an example is $1.2 billion. Erogbogbo used to be a Business Strategy Consultant at Microsoft in the United States, where he created direct revenue business models for five Microsoft businesses quantifying the potential of students to Microsoft over the next 10 years. He also worked at Access Bank Plc, joining to pioneer a new unit to create Nigeria's largest retail bank. At Business School, he worked in Nigeria with Grofincapital, a US$400 million SME development financier specializing in financing small and growing businesses across Africa. Personally, Erogbogbo is committed to servant leadership as a way of transforming Africa.

Qualifications


MBA from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan; Awarded the Deans Full Tuition Fellowship Award at the university; a Lagos State Government Full Merit-based Scholarship. Bsc in Economics from the University of Lagos.

Programs


2015 Archbishop Desmond Tutu Leadership Fellow

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About AFLI

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The African Leadership Institute (AFLI) is unique among leadership initiatives in that it focuses on building the capacity and capability of visionary and strategic leadership across the continent. Developing exceptional leaders representing all spheres of society, the Institute’s flagship programme is the prestigious Archbishop Tutu Leadership Fellowship. Offering a multifaceted learning experience and run in partnership with Oxford University, it is awarded annually to 20-25 carefully chosen candidates, nominated from across Africa. Alumni of the African Leadership Institute form a dynamic network of Fellows passionately committed to the continent’s transformation, bridging the divide between nations and ensuring that Africa is set centre-stage in global affairs.

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