Edith not only has excellent communication and interpersonal skills, she also has commercial awareness and the ability to think strategically. She has a pleasing personality, patience, and organizational skills. Edith is an engaging listeners with good deductive reasoning skills. Edith is a business development expert.
She has an HND in Marketing and has attended several courses both here and abroad.
Edith was a Managing partner at Kallback Nigeria Limited for 15 years and the General Manager of Polar-Afrique Consulting for 10 years. In these 25 years, she honed her skills and expertise in business development, capacity building, HR and local and International clients’ servicing and development. Edith was the team member/lead in several projects for various organisations such as:
- West African Institute for Financial and Economic Management( WAIFEM) - Presidential Amnesty Programme, Niger Delta
- Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)
- Revenue Mobilization and Fiscal Commission
- Debt Management Office(DMO)
- Nigeria Stock Exchange
- Department of Budget and Planning of Niger State.
- Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs
- United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
- Federal Ministry of Finance
- Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorate (PTAD)
- National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA)
- Nigeria Nuclear Regulatory Authority(NNRA)
- Federal Inland Revenue Service(FIRS)
Edith started her career with Siscorp Nigeria Limited as the Admin Officer and rose to the General manager with the responsibilities of Supplies and procurement, Monitoring and Evaluation of staff and vendors , Clients follow up Evaluation, Marketing / Sales, and Products and services sourcing Currently, Edith is the MD/CEO of R.E Unicorn Services Ltd, Business Development Consultant at P31 Consulting and Advocacy Ltd, and the founder/director of Green Strategy Initiative (GSI) an NGO dedicated to helping African communities and economic sectors cope with the disruptive and destructive impacts of climate change. She is also the President of African Women initiative against poverty violence drug abuse and unemployment (AWIAPU).