Name: Olusina Olulana
Organisation: Pathfinder International, Nigeria
Role: Project Director, USAID-funded E2A Nigeria Project
Olusina O. Olulana, Project Director, USAID-funded Evidence to Action for Strengthened Reproductive Health for Women and Girls (E2A) Nigeria implemented by Pathfinder International, is a Nurse Educator and Chevening Scholar with an MEd from the University of Manchester, United Kingdom, focusing on Primary Health Care (PHC), Adult Education and the Mass Media (1987). He also earned the following certificates: Planning and Implementation of Social and Behaviour Change Communication (SBCC), Wits School of Public Health, University of the Witwatersrand Johannesburg, South Africa, (June 9-13, 2014); HIV and AIDS in the World of Work, International Training Centre, ILO, Turin, Italy (November 12-23, 2012); Advances in Family Health Communication, The Johns Hopkins University, Center for Communications programs, Baltimore, Maryland (June 2-27, 1997); Mass Communication and Speech-writing, University of Lagos, Nigeria with focus on Journalism, Public Relations, Advertising, Speech-writing and Speech-making (1998). Olusina Olulana has over two decades experience in international development having worked in various positions with the defunct Family Health International, Nigeria USAID-funded AIDSCAP and IMPACT Projects (1994-2001), Pioneer Country Coordinator, United States Department of Labor (USDOL)-funded SMARTWork Project implemented by the defunct Academy for Education Development (2002-2005), Executive Secretary/CEO, Nigerian Business Coalition Against AIDS (2005-2013), Deputy Chief of Party, USAID-funded C-Change Project implemented by FHI 360 (2013-2014). His professional interests are: Sexual and Reproductive Health, Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC), Primary Health Care Education, and Curriculum Development for Nurses and other Front Line Health Care Workers.