Dr. Roland Lere Oritsejafor is the President of Health Initiatives for Safety and Stability in Africa (HIFASS). A medical practitioner by profession, he has held several professional and nonprofessional which includes Senior medical Officer Registrar, University of Benin, 1974-1976. His non-professional appointments include being Chairman of the Warri national Council in 1998, Deputy National Secretary People Democratic Party 2001-2003, Former Minister of State for Defence, Federal Republic of Nigeria 2003 – 2006 and Chairman Medical Board Abakaliki, Ebonyi State.
Barrister Tuedon Uweja is a Legal practitioner having been called to the Nigerian Bar in 1991. He has worked in several law firms notable amongst them are AKINDELANO Legal Practitioners and A&E Law Firm. He is a major Shareholder in Green Heart Collaborative Estate, a real Estate Firm with offices in Abuja and Lagos. He is currently the Managing Director in Health Initiatives for Safety and Stability in Africa (HIFASS).
Ms Omatsola Oritsejafor studied at Southampton Solent University where she graduated with a degree in Marketing with Media and Design. She also has a Masters in Communication and International Marketing. She oversees HIFASS’ communications efforts, operational matters, maintaining (working closely with staff), and the official records of the organization, the policies of the Board and the policies and procedures of the organization as a whole and oversees a team of direct reports and indirect reports to fulfill these duties.
Mr Victor Agbateyiniro has an HND (Accounting) and Postgraduate Diploma in business administration. He is currently the MD/CEO of VIKNIRO Ventures Nigeria Limited. He has 27 years’ experience in Civil engineering.
Dr George Okolo is the Managing Consultant of Gincot Nigeria Limited, a management and training consulting firm with over 35 years working and consulting experience. He is also a training consultant/facilitator to Lagos Business School.
Mrs Omasan Ogisi has an MBA Marketing from the University of Benin and a degree in Business from Ealing, Hammersmith & West London College. She retired after many years of service in the banking industry. She is happily married with 3 sons.
Regina Omo- Agege retired as Director of Political Parties Monitoring and Liaison (PPM) at the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).