Secretary General to the Hon.Consul

Dr. Fola Rogers – Saliu is the Secretary General to the Hon.Consul.

Prior to her appointment, she has been working at top management level both nationally and internationally in the Education and Health Sector with a PhD In Education /Counselling Psychology (University of Ibadan) Nigeria. She also has Post graduate Certificate in Emotional Education (PGCEE), from University of Derby, UK, and Post graduate Diploma in International Health Consultancy from Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, UK.

Dr. Fola Rogers has over 25 years experience in capacity building for Education, Health and Social care projects with focus on young children, adolescents and adults in diverse communities across the globe. She has accomplished missions in numerous countries for Non- Governmental Organizations, Ministries and Private Foundations. She has also taught and worked as Education Consultant at all levels of Education in Nigeria and UK.

She was a lead consultant to Fonas-Berny Education Services, on the World Bank sponsored "Eko Secondary School Project" (2010 - 2012); training Teachers, Principals and Administrators in Lagos State

In the past nine years, Dr. Rogers worked with Terrence Higgins Trust, (THT) London, (The Largest Charity for Sexual Health and HIV in Europe) and for five years, she was the Manager, African Emotional Support Counselling Service. She served as an accredited Trainer / Mentor to African Service Development Organizations. She developed and organized ‘Maisha-Mema’ THT’s highly successful group work. She was also an editorial group member and the ‘Problem-Page’ columnist for ‘Mambo’ THT African Life Style magazine.

Dr. Fola Rogers won the (2005) THT Service Development Award and also British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) Team Award for Advancement in Counselling and Psychotherapy. (2004). She is an executive member of USA based African Diaspora Foundation (ADF), a passionate initiative for Peace Education in Africa. She is happily married with children.