BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Prof. Alademerin attended the University of Nigeria, Nsukka up to 2001 for his degrees in Vocational Agricultural Education. He also attended a Postgraduate short course on Poverty and Inequality at Maastricht University, The Netherlands. He has been involved in retraining exercises for Senior Extension and Community Development officers as well as Agriculture Teachers in Nigeria.
From 2010 to 2011, he was at Aberystwyth University in Wales-UK where he researched into Farm Business Survey. He was part of the team that taught Eco-tourism, Environmental economics and Students industrial experience. He has held several positions of responsibility as Head of Department of Agricultural Education, Deputy Director of Centre for Entrepreneurship and Vocational Studies and as the Director, Centre for Human Rights and Gender Education until May, 2015. He is a Member of Global Knowledge Exchange Network (GKEN, UK) and Ethiopian Doctoral and Masters Academy.
He is also a Visiting Research Professor to some Universities in Ethiopia. He is widely travelled and has attended several international conferences. He is currently a Professor in the Dept. of Agricultural Education and Extension, University of Eswatini, The Kingdom of Eswatini in Southern Africa. His research interests are in pedagogy, gender and sustainable livelihoods in Agriculture.