Busayo Odunlami

Busayo Odunlami is an international Business advisor with the purpose to lead technology-driven innovation for youth and women in underrepresented communities around the world to have the tools to enable their economic and financial independence. He is committed to helping clients realize their strategic goals by coaching and recommending solutions to teams and leaders on the business challenges at the intersection of people, systems, and digital technology. Busayo currently works in a big-four management consulting firm with earlier experience recommending clients at the World Bank Group. He has over ten years of international finance and professional services experience in Organizational Change management – strategy and development, business communications, and process improvement. He has worked to deliver and recommend strategic solutions supporting global agile business transformation and improvement initiatives. He volunteers as a regional board member for Birthright Africa. Birthright Africa is a not-for-profit which through travel and project-based learning, inspires young adults of African descent ages 13 – 30 to explore their cultural roots and legacy of innovation within the United States and select nations in Africa as a birthright. He is co-founder and volunteers as Director of Program, Partnership, and External Relations at the Billion Strong Foundation – an education foundation with a mission to equip the next billion people ages 18-40 with the technological resources and skills to succeed in the digital marketplace. He served as an advisor and board member of the World Bank Junior Professional Association and World Bank Youth to Youth Organizing Committee. He is a founding and board member of the World Bank Group – International Monetary Fund Young African Society. Busayo enjoys building people, products, cities, social entrepreneurship. He also loves music including, afrobeat, world music, yoga, and mentoring entrepreneurs in different career stages.

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