Advisory Board

Elizabeth Omolola Badmus​

Member, Advisory Board

Elizabeth Omolola Badmus is a dedicated professional with a Bachelor’s degree in Crop and Environmental Protection from Ladoke Akintola University of Technology. 

With over three years of experience in the developmental sector, Elizabeth has focused her efforts on Agriculture and Public sector reform. She currently serves as an Associate at the Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN) Commission, specializing in Governance and Inclusive Institutions. In this role, she actively contributes to enhancing public service reforms and strengthening governance institutions in the Southwest region. Her collaborative work with partners like DFID-PERL and the World Bank has facilitated crucial development dialogues among stakeholders.

Elizabeth’s work in the agriculture sector has been centered on promoting food security, streamlining farmer-market connections, and bolstering relationships between grassroots farmers and the Southwest regional government. Her dedication to these causes was evident during her NYSC service in 2017, where she volunteered as the media lead for the Agriculture community service.

Driven by her passion for achieving food security and environmental sustainability, Elizabeth is a staunch advocate for Health, Safety, and the Environment (HSE). She holds certifications in HSE and related health and environmental fields and is eager to expand her knowledge further. Her unique ability to collaborate with both the public and private sectors allows her to offer valuable insights, strategic advice, and policy document reviews aimed at positioning Southwest states for development.

Elizabeth Badmus is a strategic and analytical thinker who continually seeks to understand the environment better, with a keen focus on contributing to the development of public policies in this arena.


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