Facilitators, Coaches and Consultants
Takow Gus is business development leader with over a decade of experience driving revenue through building and maintaining client relationships across multiple industries such as Education, Media, Islamic Finance, Talent Recruitment and Professional Services. He has led creative and dynamic client partnerships with proven expertise in consistently penetrating new markets to ensure sustainable revenue growth. Leverages exemplary communication and in-person meetings to establish presence and build a positive brand while fostering continuous client engagement.
Adept at working effectively to achieve goals both as a cross-functional team member, individual contributor and team leader.
Implementer of e-Learning solutions such Mahara, Koha, Moodle, Serf, Blackboard, Teamie etc.
Proven track record of leading and managing people having led teams ranging from 4 - 30 people as well as managing a conventional and Shariah Compliant P&L
Abrams Mbu Enow Tagem is a Research Associate with UNU-WIDER. Prior to that he was a consultant at the World Bank’s Macroeconomics, Trade and Investment (MTI) Global Practice; with research and analytical interests in public finance, health economics, agricultural development and fiscal sustainability. Prior to joining the World Bank as a consultant, he worked first as a Research Officer then as a consultant with the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) in London.
He has worked as a teaching assistant at the School of Economics in the University of Nottingham, and also as a health economist within the Cameroonian Ministry of Public Health. A Cameroonian national, he holds a PhD in Economics from University of Nottingham (UK), a Masters degree in Economic Development and Policy Analysis from University of Nottingham (UK) and a Bachelors degree in Economics from University of Buea (Cameroon).g 1
Koge Henry is an Assistant Professor in Educational Leadership at the University of Nottingham UK. He holds a Ph.D from the University of Warwick (UK) in Leadership and Management. Henry is a member of the British Educational Administration Leadership and Management Society (BELMAS). Prior to this, Henry has served as an Assistant professor at the University of Nottingham Malaysia and a consultant for RITE Education with collaborative work with the Malaysian Innovation Agency.
While in Asia, he also worked with international school enabling culture change and the implementation of Professional Learning Communities and developed training materials for AKEPT-Malaysian Higher Institution of Leadership.
His experience as a teacher, school leader , Chief Executive Officer and consultant have informed his interest in designing and supporting the establishment of professional learning communities, learning clubs and organisations. He loves music, judo and does photography as a hobby.
Abrams Mbu Tagem (PhD)
Henry Koge Makolle (PhD)
Nurturing talents and capability