Agnes Asele is a highly organized and efficient individual, whose thorough approach to programmes and administrative management, is accompanied by a track record of achieving organizations’ goals. Agnes has over 10 years of experience equipping organizations to achieve continued success through process improvements, She is currently serving as: A Project and Grants Management Technical Officer at Africa CDC where she plays a key role in providing day-to-day administrative and management oversight of various Africa CDC projects and grants.
She joined the African Union (AU) in 2014 where she was among the first key employees that provided programme support for the African Union Support for Ebola Outbreak in West Africa (ASEOWA) and later championed the establishment of Africa CDC by supporting the development of key Africa CDC policy documents and coordinating various day to day administrative and management activities that enhanced the successful and continuous operations of Africa CDC that is currently operational with over 100 employees. Before joining the AU, Agnes worked for three years as an Assistant Managing Editor for Africa Peace & Conflict Journal (APCJ)-United Nations Mandated University for Peace where she was responsible for the editorial tasks and managing the administrative process of journal’s publication.
Agnes holds a BA in Entrepreneurship and Business Management, a Masters in Management and Sustainable Economic Development, a Masters in Jurisprudence, Masters in International Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid and holds professional certificates in Project Management and Monitoring and Evaluation.