UWA Professional Staff

Bayode is a Materials Scientist and Registered Trade Marks Attorney whose role as a Senior Commercialisation Officer is to capture, strategically manage and commercialise UWA’s Engineering and Physical Sciences intellectual property.

In previous roles, Bayode worked with R&D, Sales & Marketing Teams as well as customers to co-create, conceptualise, develop and commercialise innovative products which included several advanced materials characterisation devices. His significant achievements include the development of new, robust, international (ASTM) materials characterisation test standards and successful advocacy for the adoption of advanced materials characterisation methods in Africa and Latin America.

He is a 2019 Howard Bremer Scholar of the Association of University Technology Managers. He holds a Graduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Law from The University of Melbourne. He obtained a PhD in Metallurgy & Materials from The University of Birmingham, UK; prior to that, he obtained a First Class Honours degree in Metallurgical & Materials Engineering from Nigeria.

Moilet is a Management Accountant at the UWA Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Education. She manages the faculty’s restricted funds, including external research grants and gifted funds ensuring expenditure compliance to contractual funding requirements.

 

Moilet received a Bachelor’s degree from Oxford-Brookes University and later graduated with a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from Midlands State University. She is a registered Chartered Practising Accountant (CPA) in Australia. Moilet has held financial management positions with universities and non-profit organizations (NPOs). She has worked in various projects in Botswana, Liberia, Lesotho, and Zimbabwe. Prior to joining UWA, Moilet worked as a Financial Consultant for the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and assisted NPOs in improving financial systems and internal financial controls.

 

Moilet enjoys the challenge of identifying problems, listening to needs, and solving of problems.

Kwanele Ndlovu is a Zimbabwean national and is currently a Faculty Development Officer with the Advancement team at UWA which engages with alumni and broader community to encourage participation in the University’s activities including financial contribution. She has worked in various fundraising capacities both in the US and South Africa. Her most recent role was with Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders) Southern Africa where her role involved developing and sustaining major gift relationships with High Net-Worth individuals, corporates, trusts and foundations.

 

She has a deep passion for philanthropy and is always in search of ways to improve her local community.  Her expressed goals are to “mend what needs fixing” and bring about meaningful change to the community at large.

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