Management Committee

  • Yemi Koyejo


    Yemi is a chartered accountant (FCCA) and a retired project controller of multibillion dollar oil and gas development projects at ExxonMobil.

  • Adetola Abatan

    Vice President, Culture & Community Development

    Adetola Abatan is a Sr Production Engineer at Shell Oil Co and has been in the energy industry for 9+ years. She has a PhD in Chemical Engineering.

  • Nkechi Odumodu

    Vice President, Membership

    Nkechi Odumodu is a Petroleum Geologist who has worked with shale producers in the Houston area for over 10 years, with her most recent role as a Development Geologist.

  • Leon Binitie-Cassidy

    Assistant Vice President, Fundraising

    Leon Binitie-Cassidy is currently a Facilities Engineer for G2 Partners LLC. He holds a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities as well as a Masters in Project Management.

  • Rita Nwajei

    Assistant Vice President, Outreach

    Rita Nwajei is a recent BSN, RN graduate from the University of Texas Medical Branch. She works as an Intensive Care/ Critical Care Nurse at UTMB located in Galveston, Texas.

  • Abby Kotun

    Vice President, Fundraising

    Modinat “Abby” Kotun is an Attorney at Haynes and Boone, LLP. She has a J.D. and a Bachelors of Science in Chemical Engineering.

  • Ojay Anyaeji

    Vice President, Education and Mentorship Programs

    Ojay Anyaeji has over 10 years of work experience in engineering, procurement, and management earned across multiple industrial sectors on 4 continents. Anyaeji currently serves as a Category Specialist with ExxonMobil Global Procurement. In his present role, he is responsible for developing and managing ExxonMobil’s global procurement strategy for the Electrical Equipment category. Ojay has

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  • Kope Uwajumogu

    Vice President, Finance

    Kope is a Management Consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers.

  • David Bazunu

    Vice President, Event Coordination

    David is an Intensive Care & Emergency RN.

NAMC’s goal is to serve as a cultural bridge between the cultures of Nigeria and the United States of America.