John Oyewole Funso-Adebayo

Chair, IEEE

John Oyewole Funso-Adebayo

Chair, IEEE

Biography

In nineteen (19) years, I have worked in different organizations and different posts as General Manager, Assistant Project Manager, Installations Engineers (hardware/software) for upgrade, Network Optimization, swap, as well as Operations & Maintenance manager (NOC). As well as a Humanitarian coordinator for Europe, Middle-East and Africa, where my technical experience is put into use by advancing technologies for humanity, using the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UGN SDGs).

I have developed Smart Automation, deployment ans upgrade in our Mass Housing Scheme. I was in charge of the daily running of the Abuja Office (Administrative and Operations, along with Sales) and its networks within the country. I took charge of the external engagement of off-takers in the Sales and Operations of Investments.

I conducted the Training and Assessment of Staff (in-house), based on market requirements.

I did the WorldBank Renewable Energy solutions for home systems. I reported to the managing directors and other stakeholders on the performance of the organization, with regards to set targets, both within and outside the country.

I was incharge of the expansion of Fiber-To-The-Home (FTTH) Services to our customers.

I have improved my skills on Network Monitoring performance (KPIs) for the 3G RAN, CS-Core, end-to-end. As well as the Information Communications Technology (ICT) sector.

I have worked on a 3 vendor platform, simply Motorola, Huawei, and Ericsson. I have worked around the West African countries, as a Network Service project manager (enhancement projects). I am a member of the several Electrical and Electronics Engineering bodies such as COREN, NSE, IEEE, NIEEE, IET. I am presently a Mobile Broadband and Renewable Expert/Entrepreneur and a Research subject matter expert for Digital Bridge Institute (DBI).