Elizabeth Tolu Ojo joined the African Leadership University (ALU) from African Wildlife Foundation’s (AWF) Conservation Management and Leadership program. At AWF, she designed an environmental education framework, as well as a monitoring and evaluation system for the Classroom Africa programme. In 2016, she joined ALU as a consultant to help launch the University’s School of Wildlife Conservation (SOWC). Today she serves as SOWC’s Director of Operations, alongside a 12-person team, co-designing and implementing the school’s strategy for promoting conservation as an African growth sector by developing, equipping and informing entrepreneurial conservation leaders.
She received her undergraduate degree in Microbiology from the University of Lagos and a master’s in Environmental Management from Yale School of the Environment. She is currently in the MBA programme of ALU School of Business.