About Magellan Strategies Limited

Magellan Strategies Limited is a consultancy firm specialising in helping clients who have complex reforms or high-risk investment projects to implement. We have learned from experiences gained from around the world that whether you want to implement a reform, or a mega project politics is decisive.

The relevant political arena might be a local government, a province, a nation-state or it might be regional or global, or partly all the above. What is crucial is that whatever it is that you want to achieve it is the relevant political arena that will either deliver it or block it. As a result, our speciality is working with clients to navigate the political arena and align key stakeholders. What we do is assemble teams from our global network of associates to respond to client needs.

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Our Managing Director is Dr Sina Odugbemi, who until July 2017 was a senior official in the Operations Communication Unit, External and Corporate Relations Vice- Presidency of the World Bank Group, Washington DC. He worked on a variety of policy issues and advised on governance initiatives. In addition, he was the editor of the blog, People, Spaces, Deliberation. Between 2006 and 2011, he was Program Head of the Communication for Governance & Accountability Program (CommGAP).

He has more than 30 years of experience in journalism, law, and development communication. Before he joined the World Bank in 2006, he spent seven years in the UK’s development ministry, DFID. His last position was Program Manager and Adviser, Information and Communication for Development. Sina holds a Bachelor’s degree in English (1980) and in Law (1986) from the University of Ibadan, a Master’s degree in Legal and Political Philosophy (1999) from the University College London, and a PhD in Laws (2009) also from University College London on the subject Public Opinion and Direct Accountability between Elections: A Study of the Constitutional Theories of Jeremy Bentham and A.V. Dicey.