Boma Douglas is a Nigerian UK-based decorated engineer. He is the current chairman of Central Association of Nigerians in the United Kingdom (CANUK). Highly reputed, Douglas is a chartered energy engineer registered with the Engineering Council of the United Kingdom, a body under the umbrella of the Governing Council of the Energy Institute Worldwide. Leading different teams on engineering and construction, he was a chairman of the EI, London & Home Counties Branch and also a member of the panel and accreditation team of the Energy Institute. Churning out his leadership wits and styles, Douglas is the erstwhile president of the Engineering Forum of Nigerians [EFN], now a member of Trustee of the peer engineering platform.
The revered engineer holds a doctorate in environmental engineering from South Bank University, London. Being adept in energy efficiency and renewable measures, Douglas’ flexibility can be affirmed sassy, such that the engineering enthusiast is also a civil and structural engineer predicating on design and supervision of construction works that cut across buildings and roads.
As a man who knows his onions when it comes to being professional with deep sense of intellectuality, Douglas has had stints with government parastatals and multinational corporate consultancies in the UK. Keenly enthused in waste management, energy renewability, water desalination, and renewable technologies, Douglas is the founder and CEO of Doxxy Energy Consultants Ltd.
Joggling roles, Douglas is also the past president of the Association of Rivers State Communities in the United Kingdom [ARCUK].
Outside the purview of professionalism and leadership, Douglas is a patron of Nollywood Entertainment Ltd UK, ZAFAA, and the Voice of Hope Foundation.