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Francis Kabiowei UdisiFrancis Kabiowei Udisi
7510 Walnut Lane
Philadelphia, PA. 19138
Summary Of Experience:
Excellent local knowledge of the American people, good networking contacts, ability to arrange political / commercial bilateral exchanges between the developed and developing countries. Have excellent know for donation projects and project management. Professional recruitment for multinationals and had successfully organization a major fund drive for bank capitalization Excellent knowledge in computer information gathering, research and proposal writing.
October 2006 to Present Coordinator, Ijaw Indigenes Employment Database.
Successfully partnered and still partnering with Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria [SPDC] to engage in a major recruitment drive and career fair among the Ijaw ethnic nationality in Nigeria and in Diaspora as a measure to bring peace, justice, fair-play, equity, economic and financial empowerment of the group in the Niger delta, Similar partner culminated in SHELL HR team of 3 employees arriving to Houston, Texas in the USA sole aim for the recruitment of Ijaws professionals so short listed.
October 2006 to Present Project Coordinator Nigeria/USA Earth Right Institute
Successfully organized donation of approximately 350,000 books to help speed up the accreditation of the Niger Delta University [NDU], 200 high grade brand new hospital beds, 10, 000 brand new metal and wood crutches, 200 new and used motorized and manual wheelchairs for the 500 bed hospital under construction in Yenagoa the state capital, 500 used computers from nonprofit organizations in the United States to Bayelsa State government. In March 2004, invited and hosted in Philadelphia, PA for 2 weeks both Prof John Cecil Buseri, the then Vice Chancellor [President] and the Mr. Pereladei Apreala, the also then Registrar of the Niger Delta University. Again, in May 2005 invited and hosted both Mr. Solomon Ebiladei Apreala, the then Commissioner for Finance and Dr. Ayebatari Christopher Baralatei, the then Commissioner for Health for inspection of the donated both and medical supplies/equipment before shipment to the Bayelsa state government.
03/01/2000 - Present Freelance: Liaison / Exchange-Visitors' Coordinator
Arranged a scheduled visit between the Bayelsa State House of Assembly and office of the Lieutenant (Deputy) Governor of the state of Georgia, during the legislators' visit to Atlanta in Georgia. Planned and arranged for a Special Assistant to the Honorable Minister of the Federal Ministry of Science and Technology to officially visit the city of Philadelphia, PA and met with the city's Health Commissioner; the Chiefs of the Office of Food Protection; Environment Engineering-Plan Review unit; and Philadelphia Municipal Wastewater treatment plant. Planning and arranging future bilateral exchanges/visiting programs between Bayelsa State and the city of Philadelphia.
Wrote a proposal advancing the needs and advantages for planning, reviewing, regulating and inspections of subsurface petrol storage and on-lot sewage disposal tanks in Bayelsa State. Promoting Nigeria, particularly Bayelsa State as a tourist and travel destination to American consumers through word of mouth, Internet and during seminars, training and special events. Promotes Nigeria national and state traditional and cultural heritage at every available occasion by educating the public on values, tradition, and cultures of our people. Providing diverse assistance to government and non-governmental person (Nigerians) visiting overseas. Handled telephone, written and in-person inquiries on schedules, accommodations, and activities of Bayelsa State legislators during their visit to Atlanta, GA. in April 2001 and a Federal government delegate visit to Philadelphia, under my invitation. Gave strategic campaigning and political advice to a 1999 gubernatorial candidate in Bayelsa State.
Consistently, advised youths on issues concerning geopolitical, social-cultural, moral, scholarly, educational, career and guidance counseling; a role model and mentor to many both in US and Nigeria, since 1990. Possesses extensive knowledge and experience of US scholarships, grants and admissions systems; good computer knowledge, Internet surfing, coral drawing and words processing. Ability to type 20 words per minute.
10/02/2000 - Present
Philadelphia Department of Health, PHILA, PA
08/02/1999 - 01/13/2000
New York City Department of Health, NYC, NY
11/07/98 - 07/30/99
OCS Security of Long Island, Inc., New York, NY
08/01/1986 - 09/30/1998
Concept Group International
08/01/1986 - 9/30/1998
Concept Group International
08/01/78 - 10/30/1978
Flopetrol (Nigeria) Limited
01/01/77 - 10/12/1977
Federal Ministry of Works and Housing
09/23/1980 - 12/24/1982
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.
01/02/1979 - 12/08/1980
West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV.
10/07/1977 - 12/22/1978
Petroleum Training Institute, Warri, NIGERIA.
08/02/1999 - 10/18/1999
NYC Health Academy, New York, New York.
06/10/2000 - 06/30/2000
Onsite Environmental Consultants, NYC, NY
03/15/2001 - 03/30/2001
Philadelphia Health Department, PHILA, PA