HAJIA TAIZIR AJALAIndependent Director

Hajia Taizir is a serial entrepreneur. She is a Certified Sustainability Practitioner Regenerative Development Practitioner, highly skilled in Sustainability Strategies, GRI G4 Reporting, human resource management, project management, needs assessment, investment and risk management, strategic planning and business process diagnostics. She maintains a high standard of professionalism and has been recognized for prudent management resources for over a decade.

Hajia Taizir, is an incurable optimist, despite challenges, she breaks through bureaucratic/economic barriers by proffering sustainable solutions to organizations and unemployment challenges in Nigeria by initiating Successful Youth Empowerment Programs in the last five years in partnership with the U. S Government. She is an alumnus of the prestigious IVLP in the United States of America, represented Nigeria as part of the global Change Makers group, a member of the CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel Development – UK) and ASTD (American Society for Training and Development – USA).

Hajia Taizir is also an Alumnus of the TIAS Business School in the Netherlands. She has been lead consultant to international investors in various sectors from South Africa, France, Ghana, and Germany. Hajia Taizir has successfully developed partnership with a leading German institution that uses technology and psychology to deliver highly effective and impartial competence assessments for Africa.

Hajia Taizir was on the selection board of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 women initiative. An Alumnus of Pan African University and currently seats on the board of SUNU Assurances Nigeria Plc, Afro Foods, Petro Carbon Energy and Agroatlantique.

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