ERWAP Energy Initiative 

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Team / Advisory Board

Adepoju Muinat

ERWAP environmental sustainability communication strategist  at Oyo, Oyo State.

Rashida A.Bamgbola ; social Entrepreneur & innovator.

Bamgbose F. M ; project facilitator : 

James Miller an experienced and articulate Business Executive with more than three decades of upper-level senior management experience; including more than two decades of business experience in Africa (Nigeria, more than eighteen years).

His extensive career has allowed him to develop a very diverse business background, including senior management experience in the following business sectors:

o  Manufacturing – Managing Director

o  Business Adaptation/Change/Project Management

o  Consulting to the Nigerian O&G/Power sectors

o  Information Technology Training/Education

o  Real Estate Development and Sales

o  Voice/Data Communications 

o  Computer Engineering - Unisys - USA/Worldwide

o  Information Technology Service and Support

o  Personnel Security Services

o  Distribution and Logistics

o  Voice/Data Communications

His education includes: B.Sc. Math; B.Sc. Computer Science; and MBA focused on Operations/Financial Management.

Prince Adenuga 

Chief Technology Officer

Salem M Ayenan

Salem M. AYENAN is a young person involved in community life since 2013. Very passionate about issues of peace, justice and equality, he has attended several capacity building sessions as a civil society actor through workshops, conferences, seminars and others. Since 2018, he has specialized in environmental and climate activism. He has coordinated several volunteer projects and served as a volunteer in several structures locally, nationally, regionally and internationally. In 2022, he was selected by the Major Group of Children and Youth of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) to implement Local Youth Environment Assembly in the Africa region. This assembly brought together thousands of young environmental activists, groups of women and people with disabilities, journalists and students from Senghor University in Alexandria (Egypt) who actively participated in the consultations. Salem M. AYENAN is one of eight (08) young Africans chosen to be part of the UNESCO-Africa Focus Discussion Group to work on the UNESCO Greening Curriculum for Climate Education which was officially launched at COP28. He is a board member of ERWAP, joined ERWAP to facilitate climate change education at the grassroots 

More about his work via Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/salemmayenan.


Oluwafemi Bamgbose : Project Coordinator