Dr. Olusegun Oladejo
Olusegun Oladejo is an experienced social development and public health practitioner, with over ten years combined experiences in project management, research, monitoring and evaluation, social behavior change communication and integrated marketing communication/communication for behavioral impact. Segunhas provided technical support to large donor funded projects across programme thematic such as reproductive health/family planning/HIV/AIDS, malaria, maternal and child health, communicable and non-communicable diseases, basic education, and youth empowerment, and policy advocacy. Experience and education in political science and international relations, with specializations in international development, security, peace and conflict, public policy analysis, and foreign technical assistance. He had experience and training in project management, result-based monitoring and evaluation, data quality assessment, social network mapping, strategic social behavior change communication, media for development, integrated marketing communication, pandemic and risk communication, and communication for development (C4D). Segun is an alumni of the IMC/COMBI Institute (Integrated Marketing Communication/Communication for Behavioral Impact) of the Steinhadt School of Education, Culture and Human Development, New York University, Johns Hopkins University/Center for Communication Programs’ (Leadership in Strategic Health Communication), Radio Netherlands Training Institute, (Using Media for Development). Award winners of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), and Pathfinder International, Boston Massachuset, USA.