LAWRENCE OLAWALE-ROBERTS is a man of many parts. A socialite who has being opportuned to serve his fatherland as an erstwhile Special Assistant to a Federal Commissioner representing the South Western region of Nigeria at the Fiscal Responsibility Commission for close to 5years, and who until that appointment practised in his professional field as the operations manager of a mid-sized Oil servicing company, Webb Energy – both assignments had him operating from Abuja, the capital city of Nigeria.
Now a Business and ICT technocrat, he amongst other things he is a devote family man, the founder of one of Africa’s top Information Communications and Telecommunications outfit – MicroBoss.
Lawrence has had the rare privilege of working with Government in the public sector, in the oil rich Petroleum sector of Nigeria and other private concerns. He has worked extensively with an international faith based organisation and NGO in the Civil society and Development world and also in the Church of Nigeria as a Pastor.
He is a recipient of various awards fellowship including being a Fellow of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), an active member of the internet Society (ISOC), the Institute of Electrical Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE).
Became Chief Executive Officer of MicroBoss Technologies in November 2014, A company he co-founded 4 years earlier.
Served as the Special Assistant to the Commissioner representing the South West of Nigeria at the Fiscal Responsibility Commission, under the Presidency of Nigeria from 2010 – 2014 and served as a Deputy Director in the Directorate of Strategic Communications.
Worked in the Abuja Head office of Webb Energy, a mid-sized Oil company and supervised an exclusive contract with Shell asides helping to enroll the company as a high risk marine vendor to Total Nigeria.
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