Engr. Abisoye Coker-Odusote has over fifteen (15) years of experience in information technology telecommunications, finance, oil & gas, healthcare, government, and public utilities.
She served as the Technology & Communications head at Bate Litwin (an engineering company, a former subsidiary of Litwin, France) on projects such as Chevron ESA (JV with Atlas, etc.). Prior to her stint at Bate Litwin, she has held several key positions in different companies, where she was responsible for information technology policies and systems implementation, project management and software development, across Nigeria and the United Kingdom. With her expertise and wealth of experience in information technology and data management, she has consulted for various entities on development and implementation of robust electronic identity database management systems.
She was the General Manager/Chief Executive Officer of the Lagos State Infrastructure Maintenance and Regulatory Agency (“LASIMRA”) where her day-to-day functions saw her managing key utility infrastructure providers – telecommunication, power, and gas operators – to promote standards and procedures in infrastructural development and maintenance, reducing damage to public utilities whilst fostering collaboration amongst the stakeholders in improving public safety and transforming Lagos state to a smart city.
Her innovative work at LASIMRA was impactful within the utility infrastructure space and well acknowledged amongst its stakeholders and the public, which saw her being recognised as one of the value-driven CEOs of excellence that powered Nigeria’s economic growth in 2022 based on LASIMRA’s contribution to digital infrastructure.
Engr. Abisoye Coker-Odusote is currently the Director-General/Chief Executive Officer of NIMC.