Safiya Aliyu joined the Renewable Energy industry in 2007. She has a Master’s in Business Administration from Nigerian Defence Academy Postgradate School. Obtained her first degree from Kaduna State University in the year 2010. Before her graduation from the university, she volunteered with the Developmental Association for Renewable Energies (DARE) supporting the Solar Cooker Deployment project and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Project on improved cook stove. Upon graduation from the university, she joined Sosai Renewable Energies Company as a Project Officer, she later rose through the ranks to become a Project Manager in which position she managed the Arthur Guinness Fund/Relief International Water Filter Project. In 2018, she successfully became a Techwomen fellow after 6 weeks training with her team winning a seed loan for their community impact project; MAAMI Nigeria. Presently the General Manager at the core of Sosai’s transformation journey with a lot of dedication and hard work.