Omobola Johnson

Bachelor's in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Manchester; Master's in Digital Electronics, King's College, London; doctorate in Business Administration, School of Management, Cranfield University. Over 25 years' consulting experience; has worked with companies in a variety of industries, transforming them into more competitive and dynamic organizations. Twenty-five years with Accenture including five years as Country Managing Director. Currently, Minister of Communication Technology, Nigeria. Vice-Chair, Global Agenda Council on Africa, World Economic Forum. Founding Chairperson and Member of the Board of Trustees, Women in Management and Business. Chairperson, UN Commission on Science and Technology for Development. Member, Broadband Commission Working Group on Gender, UNDP. Member, m-Powering Development Advisory Board, ITU. Advisory role to the UN General Assembly and ECOSOC.