Associates

Emmanuel Eke

Associate advocate - Abia State


Gift Ufoaku

Associate - Women skill development


Nnenna Nwosu

Associate Young Women Development


Mrs. Mary Udeze

Associate - Widows Empowerment


Mr. Ugochukwu Onuoha

Associate - Youth Affairs


Dickson James Oha

Associate - IDP


Mr. Chinedum Iwoh

Accountants - External Auditors


Mrs Ezinne Uruakpa

Associate - Sex Health Education


PROJECT TEAM

In addition to our Associates who provide the advice and overall organizational leadership in their various areas of expertise, the BKF also works with a group of in-house technical staff with specific responsibility for project design and implementation.
As the need may arise from time to time, the BKF also works with a wide variety of affiliates and technical partner-organizations to deliver on projects for project areas where internal technical expertise is either insufficient or lacking.

I. Okoli

Project Manager

I. Okoli graduated with a BSc. in Economics from the Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, Nigeria, and an MSc. in Economics from the University of Bayreuth, Germany, with a focus on institutions, development and model theory. He had earlier worked with the United Kingdom Department for International Development (UK-DFID) programme on community development and governance reform in Nigeria. His key focus at the UK-DFID were on the legislative budget process, civil society advocacy for increased budget participation and the role of the media in participatory budgeting. He has been involved in several development project design and implementation, including providing advisory for the implementation of public policy to governments in Nigeria. He has about 10 years in the development sector.

I.K Kalu

Project Assistant 1

I.K Kalu holds a Bachelor of Philosophy of Pontifical Urban University-Rome, a Swedish Master of Arts Degree in Philosophy of Linköping University-Sweden, and Norwegian Master of Applied Ethics Degree of Norwegian University of Science and Technology-Norway (as a European Union Student within the framework of Erasmus Mundus) and a Doctor of Philosophy “Dr. phil.” of Kiel University-Germany. Kalu’s areas of interest are – Sustainability Concepts, Corporate Responsibility, Business and Environmental Ethics, Climate Ethics and Justice, Corporate Compliance and Ethics.

Prince Ogwuru

Project Assistant 2

Prince has helped in bridging people, technology and business processes together in over 17 years of entrepreneurial experience, leading Technology Delivery and Managed Services in Africa and North America Networks with ERICSSON, improving operations, enhancing network performance, identifying new technologies and delivering green initiative programs. He is a Business Analyst, IT Solutions Architect and Technology Thought Leader.

He has consulted in business and technology professional endeavors in mobile/web product management and development, project management, and translating business strategy and analysis into consumer facing and enterprise digital products.

With a first degree in B. Eng, Communications Engineering, he rose in Ericsson Nigeria Company hierarchy to delivery business outcomes in Nigeria, Ghana, Switzerland, Ireland, South Africa, England, Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, and North America.

V. Abel

Finance Manager

V. Abel is an The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria Associate Chartered Accountant (ACA) of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria(ICAN).A motivated, pro-active and confident young chartered accountant with high level of personal and professional integrity, strong analytical mind set and a high sense of creative business idea. He currently has 9 years of experience in Management Accounting for NGOs, managing multiple international development grants.

Obinna Osisiogu

Administrative Manager

Obinna Osisiogu is the Administrative Manager at Benjamin Kalu Foundation with over 12 years’ experience in volunteering and project management for charity organizations. He is a lawyer and a strong advocate for the economic inclusion of rural communities in Nigeria.