Enitan OkedijiEnitan Okediji is a highly motivated and seasoned professional in International Development and Public Policy with a passion for leveraging policy as a catalyst for sustainable impact in developing economies. She has over a decade of experience in nonprofit program management, public policy, government relations, research, and stakeholder management. Throughout her career, she has contributed to the design and implementation of donor-funded development projects focused on Public Health, Gender, Economic Development, and Youth Development in Africa.

She recently graduated with a Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree from Harvard Kennedy School, where she focused on public policy analysis, social entrepreneurship, leadership, negotiation, corporate governance, climate change, ESG, and public infrastructure. She also served as the Engagement Editor for the African Policy Journal, Vice President of Academic Affairs (Student Government), and Student Ambassador for the Harvard Center for International Development.

Prior to her Harvard journey, she was a manager at USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM). She holds a BSc in mass communication from Covenant University and a master’s in international development as a Commonwealth Scholar from the University of York.

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