Temitope Moses Ojo holds a master’s degree in Forest Economic and Management and a Bachelor of Forestry and Wildlife Management from the Federal University of Agriculture in Abeokuta, Nigeria. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Forest Sciences at Lakehead University. An interdisciplinary researcher, his current work focuses on transnational approaches to resource development, forest management, forest history, forced migration, economic valuation, resource utilization, and community development.
Temitope worked for several organizations, including the Federal University of Agriculture in Abeokuta, the Imo State Zoological Garden, the Department of Forestry and Wildlife Management, Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria, the University of Ibadan Zoological Garden, and Okomu National Park. His published research appears in the Journal of Resource Development and Management and in the proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Commonwealth Forestry Association, and the Annual Conference of the Forestry Association of Nigeria.
Temitope has served in leadership roles and on the committee of many national and international organizations. Currently, he is the President of the Canadian Union of Public Employees 3905 (CUPE 3905) at Lakehead University and a Council Member of the Canadian Institute of Forestry (Northwestern Ontario).
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