Our Board

Ugochi Ekwueme

Currently a programme associate at Reboot, Ugochi is a communications professional with advocacy experience in open contracting, open government partnership, safer internet, films for change, open data and digital inclusion. 

Dapo Olorunyomi

Dapo Olorunyomi is the founder and publisher of Nigeria’s foremost investigative online newspaper, The Premium Times. Mr. Olorunyomi has 25 years of experience working as a reporter, editor, trainer, and manager in the media sector.

Ekanem Bassey

Ekanem is the senior governance adviser at the Department for International Development (DFID). She is the Team leader for the regions in DFID Nigeria. She is an expert on Civil Society, Media and anti-corruption reforms

Maureen Ideozu

Maureen Ideozu is a chartered management consultant and development professional with over 20 years’ experience working with international and national organizations in the areas of communications, development, public sector administration reforms, service delivery, and change management.

Akin Oke

He is a certified Executive Coach and Organizational Leadership expert who serves in an advisory capacity to several public and private corporations, as well as international development organizations such as, UK Department for International Development (DFID), United States Department of International Development (USAID), the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs Trade & Development (DFATD) and the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs. His expertise is currently deployed as an Executive Coach and Public Sector management Strategist leading the Centre for Sustainable Leadership, where he acts as a social commentator contributing to the national discourse on good governance and public accountability.

Oiza Nicholson

Oiza is the country director for Palladium in Nigeria a global consulting firm, where she leads its portfolio valued at over £350million pounds, providing country representation and leadership for its relationship with donor clients, its growth and portfolio diversification within the development sector. She is an expert in design and implementation of large and complex multiyear development projects across governance and social development sectors and has led teams that have secured multimillion-pound development projects.

Oiza is passionate about positive impact in the lives of people and communities and has contributed and led innovative approaches that support women empowerment through livelihoods and entrepreneurship.

Onyinye Ough

Onyinye Ough is a Nigerian international development practitioner specializing in anti-corruption and service delivery. She is the Founder and Executive Director of Step Up Nigeria which she established with the aim of strengthening accountability in service delivery by tackling corruption challenges. Onyinye is the author of three children’s books that focus on the impact of corruption and the need to show leadership to tackle it.