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Mr. Ope Odusan is currently the Managing Director of Africa.com Domain Names. Prior to joining Africa.com, he served as the Chief Operating Officer of the Nigeria Internet Registration Association    (NIRA). He acquired most of his educational and professional experience in the United States of America, after his first Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Ibadan in 1987.

He completed his NYSC service in Sokoto in 1988 before he travel abroad to pursue advanced studies. Other educational qualifications include Master Degree in Biotechnology from the Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA, Master Degree in Technology Management from the University of Maryland, Maryland, USA, Oracle DBA Certificate from the Pennsylvania State University, USA.

Mr. Odusan is a performance driven professional with over 20 years experience in the Pharmaceutical and IT Industry. His career experiences include work at Global Pharmaceutical companies like, Abbott LaboratoriesJohnson & JohnsonPfizer  and Software company Accelyrs. He has extensive experience in IT Project Management, Regulatory Policy Development & ICT Program and Project Implementation, Internet and E-Commerce technology. Mr Odusan has extensive hands-on technical and management experience in Internet and communication technology software and hardware systems.

Mr Odusan is a member of several professional bodies including American Society for Quality (ASQ), Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and Project Management Association, New York Chapter. He also sits on the board of directors of Ghotek Technologies and Advanta Laboratories Ltd.

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