Olajumoke Onazi has over 20 years of multi-sectoral experience in Program Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluation of diverse development programs working with public and private sectors Program portfolios in Agriculture, Health, Education, Digital, and Micro Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME). Olajumoke started her journey in the development field during her one-year service with JHUCCP/ Family Health Services project funded by USAID in 1992. From there, she worked with CEDPA, FHI 360, Nigeria Monitoring and Evaluation Management Services (NMEMS), where she provided support to USAID Nigeria Mission partners on the development of Theory of Change and Performance Monitoring Plans. Olajumoke also worked with KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation to implement TB CAP, TB CARE I, and The Challenge TB Projects funded by USAID up until 2017.
Since 2017, Olajumoke has consulted in various capacities including as the Country Impact Lead in Nigeria with Mastercard Foundation where she supported the co-creation of the Nigeria Country roadmap, and with Chemonics HRH 2030 to conduct a rapid human resources assessment. Her other experiences include proposal and work plan development, performance monitoring plans, program implementation, routine data collection, collation and supervision, preparation of research protocols, and research using both quantitative and qualitative approaches. Olajumoke has worked to mainstream gender into development issues by highlighting through research the inequalities in access to health care and services. Olajumoke loves to read, watch movies, and travel.