Iroajugh O. ADILE (Eric),
Iroajugh is an evidence-based PR and communication strategist; research and learning facilitator; sustainability and multicultural relations advisor. He has spent the over 16 years in PR and communications management duties. He worked as journalist, worked as public relations strategist on both Agency and Corporate (client) side, and in sustainability advisory roles.
He received a B.A in Mass Communication and M.Sc. Marketing (PR focus), both from the University of Nigeria, and a Certificates in Advance Writing and Reporting from School of Media and Communication, Pan Atlantic University. He also received nine certificates of Completions in related areas of Global Terrorism, Peacekeeping and International Conflict Resolution from United Nations Institute of Training and Research, (UNITAR), among other certificates and awards. He is currently an MPhil/Ph.D. Development Communication students at the Nasarawa State University.
Iroajugh is a Member, Board of Training Faculty, Abuja Enterprise Agency, a subsidiary of the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA). He is a Member of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) and The Inter-Agency Network on Education in Emergency (INEE). He is a faculty and Secretary Research and Publication Committee of the NIPR; former faculty and learning facilitator at the African Marketing Business School; Examiner with the Chattered Institute of Personnel Management (CIPM); Research & Documentation – ECOWAS Parliament; and Research and Learning Facilitator, Institute of Strategic and Development Studies, Nasarawa State University.
He worked over 16 years in PR and communication management duties, including Head, Bilateral Relations – Chrome Group; Head, PR/Media – Globalscan Systems Limited; SA, Research/Social Media – NIPR; Partner/CEO – LeCadeau Communications Ltd; Partner, (Research & Development) – Rightangle PR.
SRT was conceptualized in 2002, and started as compassionate platform for dialogue – STR brought together leaders of major ethnic nationalities on the plateau for a one day dialogue on the incessant conflict and wanton killing and destruction of properties in Jos, Plateau state. Supported by the leadership of the National Youth Services Corps (NYSC) Plateau State, SRT Convener, Eric Adile Iroajugh, hosted a one-day Sustainability Roundtable on the theme: – ‘Peace and Conflict Resolutions – The Plateau Experience’, at the popular Hill Top Hotel, Jos. The Roundtable was chaired by the late Gbong Gwom Jos, Da Dr. Fom Bot. Leaders of ethnic groups, security agencies and representatives of Plateau state government participated at the dialogue.
Over the years, SRT has initiated and promoted dialogue, literacy and learning facilitation to drive implementation and sustainability rural project. In 2015 SRT represented by the Convener collaborated with the Lagos State Park and Garden to host the first Green Lagos Conference. SRT has recorded several positive collaborations at institutional and grassroots levels to consolidate its efforts in sustainability research, learning and awareness in Nigeria.