Lagos CITN gets new chair
The Lagos District of the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN) has elected Mrs. Oluwatoyin Joy Campbell, as its 15th chairman, replacing Mrs. Aderonke Oloruntoye, at the end of its 16th yearly general meeting, in Lagos.
A 1990 graduate of Agriculture Economics, University of Ilorin, Campbell started her career in taxation in 2001 when she joined Alpha Beta Consulting LLP as an Assistant Principal Consultant, heading various units like the Education and Health Sectors in 2005.
She joined CITN as an Associate Member, undertaking several training programmes organised by the institute, while also pursuing her MBA in International Business from the Lagos State University (LASU), clinching an award for Excellence on completion, for her positive contributions towards the School of Postgraduate Studies.
On completion of her MBA, she was promoted head the Withholding Tax Unit in 2007, and transferred to the Tax Audit Monitoring Unit a year later.
Campbell joined the Lagos State Internal Revenue Service in 2015, after a 13-year stint at Alpha Beta Consulting and currently heads Financial Services at the Relationship Management Unit.
In the service of CITN, she has held various positions at the institute and district levels, including member of the Social Committee (2006-2008); Annual Tax Conference Planning Committee (2008-2012); and currently a member of the Social Committe
In Lagos, the new district chairperson was Vice Chairman between June 2014 and last week; Deputy Vice Chairman from 2012 and 2014; Secretary-General, 2011 and 2012; and Assistant Secretary General between June 2010 and 2011.
A Fellow of the institute, the new chairman is also a member of the Society for Women in Taxation and an Associate member of the Nigerian Institute of Management, as well as a nominal member of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI).
Campbell also garnered experience in the fields of marketing, insurance and image management between 1996 and 2000.