Emeka Onyeokoro is the Pioneer president of Mbaise Topseed club. He is a Public sector consultant with over 20yrs experience working for international organizations such as NCR, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft but to mention a few. Emeka also has experience working in World Bank funded Federal Government projects in Nigeria, including GIFMIS, IPPIS, and other State and Local Government reform Projects.
Emeka Holds an MBA from the prestigious Lagos Business school and has also studied in Antai Collage of Economics and Management in Shanghai China, as well as the University of Ghana Business school.
Emeka has Expertise in renewable energy and LPG market in west Africa.
he is also a Consultant and Council member Gerson Lehrman Group, Inc. (GLG) New York.
Emeka has held Senior Regional leadership roles with two of the largest Technology Companies in the World (Hewlett Packard and Microsoft)
Emeka is an Experienced Contract manager with sound Knowledge of contract acquisition and award processes in the Nigerian and West African Oil & Gas sector.
Emeka has Strong knowledge of Global, regional and Local IT trends, market dynamics and potentials as it relates to business in West African sub-region, especially in the Oil &Gas sector.
His Specialties are : Public sector consulting, World Bank projects, Business Start-ups and strategy Development and implementation. Operations Management and Business process improvement.
Dr. Collins Ugochukwu is a Research & Innovation Advisor with the Ministry of Environment, Government of Alberta, Canada. His professional career spans over 20 years in environmental management, occupational Health & Safety and in strategic public policy development within governments and multinational institutions. He is a member of many international and local professional organizations including Alberta Society of Professional Biologist (ASPB), Canada; Canadian Environmental Professional (ECO Canada); American Water Works Association (AWWA), USA; International Association for Impact Assessment (IAIA), USA, and Nigerian Environmental Society (NES), Nigeria.