Adenike Abiodun Odunuga holds Master and Bachelor Degrees in Agricultural Economics from the University of Ibadan and University of Ife (now O.A.U) respectively. She also holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Population and Development from the Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India. She had over 16 years experience in the Civil Service holding various positions. She holds two fellowships of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). Adenike retired voluntarily from the Civil Service in 2007 believing to make more impact in Africa’s development and food security sectors through private initiatives. She is the founder of the different arms of the Food and Development Group including FoodWise Consults, Foundation For Food empowerment & Development, Agric and Agro Allied School of Business (AASB) and the FoodAfrica Magazine. She enjoys writing on different areas of life. Her books are available on Amazon. Adenike serves as Executive Director and CEO to the Food and Development Group.
Consultant/Trainer and Farm Manager
Akinyemi Adebayo Odukogbe holds a Bachelor in Fisheries Management from the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta and has over two decades experience in Fish farming Consultancy. He has successfully managed farms across the country. He is vast in fingerlings spawning, Ponds construction, water management, feed production and management of fish to table under various systems and marketing. He is the CEO of Yemfun Fisheries. He serves as Consultant/Trainer and Farm Manager to the Food and Development Group.
Feyisayo Oluwatobi Odunuga attended Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand, earning a Bachelor Degree in Tropical Agriculture. He also holds a Diploma in Fisheries from Chumpon College of Fisheries and certificates in Leadership. Feyisayo has 4 years experience working as a Business Development Officer, with CPF, Thailand, a multi-national agricultural firm and biggest firm in Thailand. Although his work has mostly been in poultry production management, he has experience in a wide range of work including administration, marketing, Clients service and monitoring which he can apply to other work environments. He has worked as an expatriate in both Tanzania and Thailand thus enabling him the opportunity to work with people with different cultures. He speaks English, Yoruba and Thai languages and writes the Mandarin. Oluwatobi serves as Consultant/Trainer to the Food and Development Group.