Alero is a development and research specialist with years of experience in project implementation for various development, social, sustainability and humanitarian efforts. With an extensive background She currently works with Ikore as the lead on the agricultural mechanization project, Tractrac, which is targeted at improving food security in Nigeria.
A self-proclaimed infovore, Alero has had an interesting and diverse professional trajectory. She has a background in media communications, corporate social responsibility interventions, policy advocacy and sustainability projects. She has consolidated this wide range of skills to manage projects with varying social impacts like education, ICT, food security, and community outreach. She has also provided in-depth research support to IPSOS Nigeria for clients like Ferrero and Nudge.
Prior to joining Ikore, Alero worked with A’Lime Media Limited and was a project lead for several development organizations and CSR interventions. She implemented interventions for IHS Nigeria as well as policy and advocacy events for the Telecommunications and Technology Sustainability Working Group (TTSWG). She led the implementation of the Access Bank Community Grant Scheme which was facilitated by the ACT Foundation. She also worked on other projects for the HRM Abisogun II Foundation (HAIIF) for the Oniru of Iru Land, the Renaissance Development Forum (RDF), Lagos State Technical and Vocational Education Board (LASTVEB) and MTN Foundation.
Alero has a Bachelor’s degree from Delta State University, Abraka, where she majored in French with German and Latin as minors.