Tolulope Owajoba Adeyemo

Nationality: Nigeria
Organization Name: She Hacks Africa
Impact Region: Western Africa
About the Social Business: She Hacks Africa is a hands-on coding boot camp that aims to build self-confidence in African youths as change agents and technology innovators in their communities while giving them relevant skills to build technology enterprises.
About the Y&Y Fellow: Tolulope is a RISE UP 4Girls fellow. She has 6 years of experience in the Corporate Social responsibility and non-profit sector. She is a graduate of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, where she bagged a B.Sc in Microbiology. She is also a graduate of INSEAD social entrepreneurship programme. She is currently the Executive Director for a non-profit organization, WAAW foundation. Since 2013, Tolulope has been coordinating all WAAW foundation’s day-to-day Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) educational programs impacting over 10,000 girls each year, and leading the foundation’s team to executive its objectives with her dynamic energy, and strategic thinking. Under Tolu’s excellent leadership, various WAAW foundation technology educational programs have been born and nurtured. She launched a social enterprise, She Hacks Africa in 2017, impacting over 200 young women annually. Tolulope delivers outstanding quality programs while rallying a cohesive team around her organization's common vision. Tolulope has experience in fundraising & grant writing, and marketing initiative. Tolulope is a member of the board of directors. Previously, Tolulope worked in the Communication & Corporate social responsibility department of a Nigerian based Oil and Gas company as the Corporate communication officer. Through these experiences, she has proven ability to direct and manage successful team and adept at all phases of program management, from planning and budgeting to resource management, scheduling, and final implementation. Tolulope is an advocate for female education and empowerment; she is committed to improving African communities & eradicating poverty through effective female education and Technology service programs.

Tolulope Owajoba Adeyemo

Nationality: Nigeria
Organization Name: She Hacks Africa
Impact Region: Western Africa
About the Social Business: She Hacks Africa is a hands-on coding boot camp that aims to build self-confidence in African youths as change agents and technology innovators in their communities while giving them relevant skills to build technology enterprises.
About the Y&Y Fellow: Tolulope is a RISE UP 4Girls fellow. She has 6 years of experience in the Corporate Social responsibility and non-profit sector. She is a graduate of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, where she bagged a B.Sc in Microbiology. She is also a graduate of INSEAD social entrepreneurship programme. She is currently the Executive Director for a non-profit organization, WAAW foundation. Since 2013, Tolulope has been coordinating all WAAW foundation’s day-to-day Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) educational programs impacting over 10,000 girls each year, and leading the foundation’s team to executive its objectives with her dynamic energy, and strategic thinking. Under Tolu’s excellent leadership, various WAAW foundation technology educational programs have been born and nurtured. She launched a social enterprise, She Hacks Africa in 2017, impacting over 200 young women annually. Tolulope delivers outstanding quality programs while rallying a cohesive team around her organization's common vision. Tolulope has experience in fundraising & grant writing, and marketing initiative. Tolulope is a member of the board of directors. Previously, Tolulope worked in the Communication & Corporate social responsibility department of a Nigerian based Oil and Gas company as the Corporate communication officer. Through these experiences, she has proven ability to direct and manage successful team and adept at all phases of program management, from planning and budgeting to resource management, scheduling, and final implementation. Tolulope is an advocate for female education and empowerment; she is committed to improving African communities & eradicating poverty through effective female education and Technology service programs.