Delphine Misan-Arenyeka was appointed as a Director with Palton Morgan Holdings. Prior to her engagement, she served on the pioneer board of Habitat for Humanity Nigeria for four years, and the Millard Fuller Foundation for over eight years in the capacity as Chairperson Head of Finance and Admin matters board subcommittee.
In addition, she has worked with the Centre for Africa (ILCA) now ILRI (International Livestock Research Institute), in Addis Ababa and at the firm Deloitte Haskins and Sells, management consultants – where she single-handedly oversaw the consultancy business of the firm for a two and a half years. Her work with ILCA earned her a Ford Foundation Award to proceed for postgraduate studies in the UK.
In 2014, Delphine was appointed as Vice Chairperson of the Local Organising Committee for the International Conference on Disabilities in
conjunction with the IASSIDD (International Association for Scientific Studies on Intellectual Disabilities Disorders) Academy. The conference was held from June 22nd to 25th, 2015 – and was the first ever in Africa.
Delphine currently sits on the board of the Community Development Foundation, a micro-credit and entrepreneurial capacity development NGO with branches in 23 states of the Federation.
She is currently an independent consultant with People Affairs Limited, a Human Resources Consultancy she co–established with her close friend.
Delphine Misan-Arenyeka has a first degree in Agricultural Economics from the University of Ibadan, as well as a Masters degree in Business Management and Finance from the University of London (The Imperial College at Wye, Kent).